SEA-UNICORN WG1 Training school - “Using chemical markers to assess connectivity”
We are happy to announce a new SEA-UNICORN WG1 Training school - “Using chemical markers to assess connectivity” to be held online 9th - 12th May 2023, 10h-13h [CET] (12 hours).
This 4-day school (mornings only) will include lectures on the theory behind using chemical markers in different tissues and biological structures to estimate movement and connectivity. It will also include real case studies to demonstrate how to use different tissues and markers to answer different connectivity questions, highlighting the underlying assumptions and limitations. Ideally, this training is aimed at scientists working in the field of marine connectivity (but with limited prior experience using chemical markers) in order to provide cross-disciplinary training to facilitate future method integration and innovation. Training will be led by Anna Sturrock (University of Essex), Audrey Darnaude (CNRS, University of Montpellier), Clive Trueman (University of Southampton) and Susanne Tanner (MARE-ULisbon).
Apply to attend the training school using this form by 31st March 2023. There are a limited number of places available.