EVOLution of TREEs as drivers
of terrestrial biodiversity

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Eco-evolutionary Approaches to Climate Change Responses
From Wednesday 26 August 2009
To Friday 28 August 2009

The workshop brought together leaders in the scientific community and "young scientists" (i.e., thesis students, early career post-docs, etc.) with the goals of: 1) creating an international network of scientists working on bridging the gaps between evolutionary, molecular and functional ecology with the specific goal of contributing to the development or improvement of models that account for both evolutionary and functional processes and 2) providing training for young scientists who are interested in the new and rapidly expanding field of eco-evolutionary research. The focus was on plants, especially trees, but presentations coverd a broad range of organisms.

This meeting was funded and organized by the EVOLTREE Network of Excellence, DIVERSITAS (an international program of biodiversity science) and the ESE laboratory in Orsay, France.

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Location Paris, France

Funding Initiatives

Funding is available for EVOLTREE members: training expense reimbursement, conference grants and project grants


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The eLab provides a search interface which can browse over all databases currently available within the EVOLTREE project.



Scientific events of interest to the EVOLTREE community are listed here. Conference grants are available to cover expenses



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