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On November 8th, CoCliME project participants gathered online for an internal webinar training session on Ecological Niche Modelling (a.k.a. habitat suitability modelling).
From 21st - 25th October 2019, a training workshop focused on an important tool, QPCR (quantitative polymerase chain reaction) was held at the Alfred Wegener Institute.
The book was edited by Mark Payne, from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and covers marine ecological forecasts arising from climate observations and models.
This is a regular phenomenon causing problems for the ecosystem and tourism. Near surface accumulations of cyanobacteria were observed using satellite ESA Sentinel 3A (OLCI sensor).
As part of its efforts to monitor Ostreopsis ovata microalgae, the RAMOGE Agreement is participating in our European research project CoCliME.
A practical guide for attending the General AssemblyLocation: Nantes, France. Date: 1st - 3rd July 2019
“A cross-system view of biogeochemical cycles: drivers and players”Location: Institute of Marine Sciences, Barcelona.Date: 15th - 20th September 2019
"Climate services: state of affairs, relevance for users and the way forward"Location: European Climate Change Adaptation Conference, LisbonEvent Date: 27th May
The Marine Institute is seeking a self-motivated, enthusiastic Post-Doctoral Data Analyst to work on the CoCliME Project.
Closing date: 29th May 2019
Workshop on real time quantitative PCR to develop climate services for monitoring harmful microorganisms in their marine environment.Location: Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany.Date: 21th - 25th October 2019