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Workshop on Cork oak woodlands: an ecosystem in the edge of climate change
Tuesday 06 September 2016, 08:00
To Friday 09 September 2016

Organised by Instituto Superior de Agronomia (ISA)

The main objective of the workshop is to present cork oak woodlands to the participants, highlighting aspects like climate change, genetic variability, ecophysiology and ecosystem threats.

The workshop will take place in the form of lectures and oral presentations given by the participants, followed by roundtable sessions. There will also be a chance to visit laboratories where cork oak studies are being conducted and to go on a one day field trip.

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Registration deadline: 16 August


If you are from an EVOLTREE partner lab, you can have your expenses reimbursed (up to 600 Euros). More information here: http://www.evoltree.eu/index.php/training/reimbursement

Location University of Lisbon, School of Agriculture (ISA), Lisbon, Portugal

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


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