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Physical Chemical Biological Coupling in the Pelagic 170819-170826

PhD Course

What are the physical boundaries for life in the ocean? This one week course on physical-chemical-biological coupling in the pelagic will cover diffusion, turbulence, encounter rates, motion analysis in the pelagic. You will get hands on experience measuring and experimenting in the lab, in the field, and onboard. Lectures will be interspersed by hands on experience and experiments, in addition to theory you will learn how to measure turbulence and small scale hydrodynamics by means of Particle image velocimetry (PIV). The course will be held at the marine field station SLC Kristineberg on the Swedish West Coast.

Application deadline is 20th of June 2017 and max participants are 15 students.

For more information on the course and on how to apply, see the attached document.

Date & hour: 8/19/2017

Categories: Science

Organizer: Department of Marine Sciences

Location: Kristineberg, Sven Lovén centrum för marina vetenskaper, Kristineberg 566, 451 78 Fiskebäckskil

Additional information:
170605 Physical chemical biological coupling in the pelagic.pdf

Contact person: Erik Selander

Page Manager: Bo Johannesson|Last update: 6/30/2015

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