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http://www.gbif.org/participation/training/events/ en-uk Authorisation for use of this content is granted, provided the source is appropriately acknowledged Wed, 21 Apr 2010 09:00:00 GMT Wed, 21 Apr 2010 09:00:00 GMT http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/rss/rss.html Customised PHP script training@gbif.com webmaster@gbif.org Biodiversity Diagnoses Course in Benin Cotonou (Benin), 1-9 September 2014. The concept behind this course is to take some next steps in combining the content and ideas of several previous BITC courses: data capture, data cleaning, data analysis, etc. The idea is to analyze a set of data sets in parallel as regards a series of questions of interest. The data sets will be significant, original, regional summaries of the occurrence and diversity of major taxa: e.g., “birds of Zimbabwe,” “plants of the Ethiopian Highlands,” “frogs of the Congo Basin,” etc. The expectation is that these data sets will be substantive and significant: that is, more than just a download of GBIF-enabled data records. The trainees in this course will work closely with a team of four experts in developing a standard set of analyses, as well as analyses specific to the particular taxon and region. Analyses will be summarized in the form of research papers and published as a set of papers in a special issue of Biodiversity Informatics (https://journals.ku.edu/index.php/jbi). http://www.gbif.org/participation/training/events/training-event-details/?eventid=281 GBIF Secretariat 02/27/2014 16:44:53 http://www.gbif.org/participation/training/events/training-event-details/?eventid=281 6.370366 2.371470 2014 ALTER-Net summer school: ‘An Interdisciplinary Perspective on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services’ Peyresq (France), 3-13 September 2014. Open to young graduate and post-graduate scientists from both within and outside the network partners, the ALTER-Net Summer School provides an innovative atmosphere for thinking about and resolving the sustainability challenges that society is currently facing. Our Summer School aims at contributing to the durable integration and spread of excellence within and beyond the network, with a view to promoting interdisciplinary approaches. http://www.gbif.org/participation/training/events/training-event-details/?eventid=290 GBIF Secretariat 05/05/2014 15:08:46 http://www.gbif.org/participation/training/events/training-event-details/?eventid=290 44.067643 6.617274