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Public Consultation on the future EU Initiative on No Net Loss of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services

The EU is running a consultation on its future initiative on 'no net loss of biodiversity and ecosystem services'. The closing date is 17 October 2014.

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ALTER-Net turns 10 and enters its third phase

ALTER-Net turns 10 and enters its third phase

ALTER-Net, Europe’s biodiversity ecosystems and ecosystem services research network, now 10 years old, is continuing to promote interdisciplinary, collaborative research on biodiversity, ecosystems and ecosystem services.

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Opp: BES POST Fellowship

Added 26 March 2014. Closing date 19 May 2014.

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Last few places left on modelling course in Spain

There are a few places left on the course 'Introduction to individual-based models in ecology using NetLogo', that will take place in Spain in May. The tutors are from ALTER-Net partner, UFZ.

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ALTER-Net partners collaborate to study tropical forest biodiversity's role in responding to climate change

ALTER-Net partners collaborate to study tropical forest biodiversity's role in responding to climate change

The EU-funded ROBIN project (Role of Biodiversity in Climate Change Mitigation) involves four ALTER-Net partners. Good progress has been made so far, as explained in a series of articles that summarise the approaches being taken.

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Cairngorms National Park becomes the first UK LTSER Platform

Cairngorms National Park becomes the first UK LTSER Platform

The UK has its first Long-Term Social-Ecological Research (LTSER) platform, following the official launch of the Cairngorms National Park LTSER Platform in Aviemore earlier this month. The platform includes the Cairngorms ECN site and the co-located and Allt a'Mharcaidh stream site.

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ALTER-Net is at LTER-Europe's annual conference

ALTER-Net is at LTER-Europe's annual conference

Staff from many ALTER_Net partner institutes, including the chair of our Council, Eeva Furman, are in Rome this week for the annual LTER-Europe conference.

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ALTER-Net prepares for the future

ALTER-Net prepares for the future

The ALTER-Net Management Board met this week in Norway to prepare for ALTER-Net's third phase.

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ALTER-Net presented at BiodiversityKnowledge conference

ALTER-Net presented at BiodiversityKnowledge conference

Jiska van Dijk, ALTER-Net's Strategic Advisor, spoke to delegates at a recent conference, explaining ALTER-Net's potential role in the emerging European biodiversity Network of Knowledge.

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Second BiodiversityKnowledge Conference: Watch it live!

If you are not able to attend the Second BiodiversityKnowledge conference (24-26 September, Berlin, Germany) in person, then you can take part via the web.

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Update from our 2013 Summer School

Update from our 2013 Summer School

It seems the ALTER-Net Summer School, which is currently taking place in Peyresq, France, is preceding well . At least that is the impression from the regular tweets by convenor, Allan Watt

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