BES Forest Ecology Group

A British Ecological Society Special Interest Group

International Summer School for graduate students: Functional Traits

From Alison Munson

Species traits: a functional approach to biodiversity, from organisms to ecosystems

Where:  Laurentians field biology station, Université de Montréal

Webcam capture, Laurentians field biology station, Université de Montréal.

Webcam capture, Laurentians field biology station, Université de Montréal.

When:  May 10 – 16th, 2015

Objectives

  1. Presentation of concepts and theory related to plant functional traits
  2. Analysis of traits at organismal, community and ecosystem levels (including  relationship to ecosystem function and ecological services)
  3. Examples of application for  land use change, climate change, plant-microbe interactions
  4. Presentation of available data banks and their correct use

Confirmed Professors: Isabelle Aubin, Francesco de Bello, Eric Garnier, Alison Munson, Juan Posada, Bill Shipley

Cost : 250 euros, including room, meals, and transport from the airport in Montreal

For information and registration : Short text of motivation and brief CV to Alison Munson

Web  page: http://www.cef-cfr.ca/index.php?n=Membres.AlisonMunsonPlantTraits  (for English, just click on the English button)

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