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Dr. Dick van der Wateren

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Summer School on Biogeodynamics and Earth System Sciences

20.05.2011, Age: 2646 days

Summer school BESS in Venice, June 10-17 2011. While the initial deadline was 15 May, the organisers will likely accept 5-8 additional applications.

The Summer School on Biogeodynamics and Earth System Sciences (BESS) addresses the scientific issues posed by a deep understanding of the coupled dynamics of biotic and abiotic components of the Earth System, e.g. related to climate-biosphere interactions, the bio-geomorphic processes that shape the landscape, the two-way interaction between atmospheric and biospheric processes at the surface.

The BESS Summer School continues the tradition of Summer Schools on the Environmental Sciences organized by IVSLA for more than 20 years, which has consolidated an international reputation and has seen the participation of about 60 high-level scientists and of more than 500 attendees.


Lecturers

Robert Gurney, ESSC - Reading
Michael Ghil, École Normale Supérieure Paris & Unversity of California Los Angeles
Tim Lenton, University of East Anglia
Francois Taiani, Lancaster University & INRIA Rennes - IRISA

Topical seminars

Stuart Daines, University of East Anglia

Andrea Rinaldo, EPFL Lausanne and University of Padova

(for details, please see the Program)


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