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New Phytologist Symposium on Trait Covariation
June 27, 2017

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ESRP Meeting
June 1, 2017
The Earth System Research Partnership (ESRP) pools research excellence across disciplines to understand how the Earth functions as a complex system and to improve the predictability of the effects of human actions.

Over the last century, marked changes in climate, air quality, biodiversity, and water availability occurred. More and potentially more rapid changes are predicted. To find solutions to the challenges these changes pose, the ESRP studies the complex interactions and feedbacks of land, ocean, atmosphere, biosphere, and humans in the field, the lab and through modeling.

The 2017 meeting will take place in Jena.

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Symposium: "The Northern Hemispheric Carbon Sink - Facts and Fiction"
May 29, 2017
The scientific symposium will will bring together experts to discuss questions including
What do we know about the magnitude, trend, underlying processes, and potential future behaviour of the Northern Hemispheric Carbon Sink?
Where do we still have knowledge gaps and what can we do to close them?

Please register until February 20, 2017 under the link below.


IMPRS workshop Grant Proposal Writing 2017
March 1, 2017
The trainer will provide expert input with respect to the different topics. However, the focus lies on the actual work of the PhD researcher on a fictitious proposal on their own research idea. The building blocks for these proposals are prepared in the context of a funding scheme of their choice. Thus, several funding schemes will be covered and the differences will then be worked out in the plenum. In order to obtain good examples for their future proposal writing, the trainer will provide constructive feedback on the researchers' building blocks.

Room B0.002

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