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Pointe de Grave - Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

Dear friend,

I am writing to you on behalf of Miguel Ferrer on the occasion of a new

Juanjo Negro, member of the Organizing Committee of the Conference "Bird
Migration and Global Change" is currently in charge of an International
Course about Climate Change that Doñana Biological Station organizes and is
going to be held in Spain in September 2010.

It is focused to students at the PhD and Master/advanced Diploma levels. If
you are interested or you know someone who might be, please forward this

Please find below the information about the course.

Thanks in advance for your cooperation and best regards,

Virginia González-Alorda Iriarte
Secretaria de D. Miguel Ferrer - Estación Biológica de Doñana (CSIC)
Avd. Américo Vespucio, s/n (Isla de la Cartuja) -  41092 Sevilla (España)
Tlf.:  + 34 954 466 700 /  954 232 340    Fax: 954 621 125


The Estación Biológica de Doñana (Sevilla, Spain) invites applications for
an international course entitled 'Ecological Consequences of Climate
Changes: Integrating Research Approaches' that will take place from 20
September to 1 October 2010 in the heart of the Doñana National Park. The
course is dedicated to students at the PhD and Master/advanced Diploma
levels who are involved in global change related research. Its aim is to
provide a synthetic overview upon different research perspectives ranging
from palaeoecology to population genetics, ecophysiology and bioclimatic
modelling. The course will include lectures provided by an international
panel of high-profile researchers, exercises using data of the Doñana
environmental monitoring programme (, as well as
field trips within the National Park.

Invited teachers:

Miguel Araújo, Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales, Madrid, Spain
Gary Bortolotti, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
José S. Carrión, Universidad de Murcia, Spain
Miguel Ferrer, Estación Biológica de Doñana, Sevilla, Spain
Clive Finlayson, Gibraltar Museum, Gibraltar, UK
Arndt Hampe, Estación Biológica de Doñana, Sevilla, Spain
Josep Peñuelas, Centre de Recèrca Ecologica i Aplicacions Forestals,
Barcelona, Spain
Fernando Valladares, Centro de Ciencias Medioambientales, Madrid, Spain
Katherine Willis, University of Oxford, UK

Local organizers: Juan José Negro and Arndt Hampe

The course language will be English. Support from the Gas Natural Chair
'Biodiversity Conservation under Climate Change' enables us to waive
registration fees and to cover all costs for the transport between Sevilla
and Doñana National Park, accommodation and meals during the course.
Applicants should provide a brief CV (max. two pages) as well as a statement
(max. 500 words) about your research interests/current projects and why you
would like to attend to the course. Application deadline is 15 June. Please
send your application in a single pdf file to Begoña Arrizabalaga
( and any related questions to Juan José Negro

posted by Laurent Couzi, edited by Anonyme
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