A course about freshwater ecology and water quality designed for early-career environmental science researchers and PhD students by the Museum's fresh water biology and biodiversity specialists.
March 9-13 2015 (5 days)
Natural History Museum, London, UK.
This course delivers training in taxonomic skills and field techniques for freshwater sciences, ecology and water quality, with training in practical identification skills tailored to the requirements of participants.
The course is taught by Museum experts in freshwater biology and biodiversity research.
Participants will learn:
There will be:
Please download and complete the application form and return by the closing date, 28 December 2014.
The course is available to all environmental sciences students or junior environmental scientists.
There are 15 places available and priority will be given to those with NERC funding.
For further information please contact Anne D Jungblut.