The Euromarine Summer School “Emerging topics in coastal marine ecosystems (eTOPs) will be held in Cadiz, Spain from the 4th-13th July.
The eTOPs Summer School aims at interdisciplinary training of PhD students working in coastal marine ecosystems. There will be a combination of practical laboratory sessions and field trips.
This summer school will cover a variety of training topics in the study of coastal marine ecosystems. Some of the topics include:
- climate change, i.e. marine heatwaves and ocean acidification global anthropogenic impacts, i.e. microplastics and emerging pollutants,
- biological risks, i.e. invasive species. It will also address
- climate change mitigation strategies, i.e. blue carbon, technology development, i.e. unmanned vehicles, and
- management and conservation strategies for marine protected areas.
A total of 25 places will be offered; 17 will be reserved for EuroMarine members, 5 for non-members, and 3 for universities from the SEA EU alliance that do not belong to EuroMarine.
Applicant will be requested to supply the title and abstract of their PhD project, a letter of interest, certificate of English proficiency (B1 minimum), and an abbreviated CV format (max 4 pages).
The application will be completed and submitted electronically by the e-mail form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdL9b2raN6vgP5a-oVQguX6j1ZksPb82Qfc-HoNo6f3JEy4rw/viewform
Deadline to apply: 9th March 2023