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Announcement: CNRS Summer school "feedbacks in environmental systems" (climate-ecosystems-oceans) (France)

Last modified March 20, 2012 11:59 expired

CNRS Advanced Summer School (Ecole Thématique du CNRS) "Feedbacks in environmental systems".

Dear colleagues,

Please find the announcement of the second edition of the CNRS Advanced Summer School (Ecole Thématique du CNRS) "Feedbacks in environmental systems", that may interest the personnel of your laboratory. The objective of the Summer School is to stimulate an interdisciplinary research community working on the theme of interacting complex environmental systems, building on the expertise of invited specialists that teach the lectures and interact with working groups.

The second edition of the Summer School will take place from 11-16 June 2012, focussing on the interactions between Climate <-> Ecosystems <-> Oceans Keywords of the session of 2012: atmosphere & oceans, biodiversity, biogeochemical cycles, climate, complex systems, dynamical systems, ecosystems, evolution, population & community dynamics, time series The deadline of registration is 9 May 2012. The maximum number of participants is 30.

Additional information (programme, registration, location, etc) can be found at the following address: <http://www.environnement.ens.fr/enseignement/ecole-thematique-cnrs/>

For all other questions, please contact the Summer school secretary, Ionela Tranca, <ionela.tranca@ens.fr>

Sincerely, Denis-Didier Rousseau & David Claessen, organisers

Denis-Didier Rousseau
Ecole Normale Superieure Laboratoire de Meteorologie Dynamique & CERES-ERTI
24 rue Lhomond 75231 Paris cedex 5 tel +33-(0)14432 2724 fax: +33-(0)14432 2727 France www.environnement.ens.fr/ www.parissciencesetlettres.org/default/EN/all/psl_fr/index.htm www.lmd.jussieu.fr/ Visit Climate of the Past, an EGU open access journal: www.climate-of-the-past.net
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