The aim of this summer school is to equip participants with an understanding of the principles of modern biodiversity theory and its role in Conservation Biology. They will learn practical skills for biodiversity fieldwork including sampling design and monitoring. Students will learn how to analyze ecological data with R, using some of the main packages for biodiversity data analysis and have the opportunity to try these out on their own datasets.
On the 14th and the 15th of December, the ZOOLOGY meeting 2018 will take place back-to-back with the FWO Kennismakers meeting @ZOO (https://www.kennismakers.be/en-gb/home/) in Antwerp that will host a special theme on the Impact of Climate on Ecosystem services. The general theme of the ZOOLOGY meeting is “Zoology in the Anthropocene” with two special sessions:
The National Biodiversity Data Centre, on behalf of Ireland, is pleased to host the 25th meeting (GB25) of the GBIF Governing Board and warmly welcomes all delegations to Kilkenny.
The official Governing Board meeting will take place on 16-17 October 2018.
GBIF Governance committee meetings will take place on 15 October.
The National Biodiversity Data Centre also kindly invites participants to a public symposium "Biodiversity loss in a changing world: local data, global action", on 18 October.
The Regional Bio-Bridge Initiative Round Table for Western Europe and Others will meet on 21 September 2019 at the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciecnes in Brussels. Our Executive Director Ana Casino will be present at this event, organised by the CBD.
The agenda can be downloaded here.
The third edition of the annual Digital Infrastructures for Research (DI4R) conference will be held this year at the University of Lisbon, Portugal from 9-11 October.
A meeting on the “Preservation of natural history wet collections: feedbacks and future prospects” will take place in Paris from December 5 through 7, 2018.