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MarBEF training course on Valuation Methodologies for Marine Environments



Location: Faro (Portugal)
Event Type: Training Course
Event Date: 2007-04-11    
End Date: 2007-04-14

Event Description:
Location: Faculdade de Ciências do Mar, Universidade do Algarve, Faro - Portugal

Applications: Applications should be sent to vandaserpa@mail.angra.uac.pt until February 16th, 2007, with CVs and recommedation notes.

Date and Location: Response to applications until the February 23rd, 2007.

Accommodation Costs: 90 €

Travel Costs: paid by students or by their sponsors

Data collection and treatment : the accommodation and travelling expenses associated with data collection in each case study areas must be paid by students or by their sponsors

Content: The training course on Valuation Methodologies for Marine Environments complements the training of postgraduate students coming from different disciplinary areas (ecology, sociology, history, economy, engineering,...).

Framework Training Course

The main objective of MarBEF Theme 3 – The socio economic importance of Marine Biodiversity – is to develop Decision Support Systems to provide cost-effective strategies for effective management of marine ecosystems. The aim of such systems will be to maximise conservation of biodiversity, ecosystem functioning and sustainable use of marine ecosystems under varying anthropogenic and environmental impacts. In order to manage marine ecosystems for conservation of biodiversity and sustainability of ecosystem functioning we need to understand the economic, social and cultural value of biodiversity across Europe and hence provide a framework and context to integrate natural science with the needs of society and development of management policies. Joint research between natural scientists, economists, and sociologists and socio-anthropologists within the network aims to investigate the total economic and social value of European marine biodiversity, including use and non-use values. Given the large scale coverage of our proposed research there is an urgent and increasing need for cross training of postgraduate students in novel methods, in standardised sampling procedures and in experimental protocols. A key product of MarBEF will be a new generation of professional marine ecosystem scientists for Europe.




Contact email: vandaserpa@mail.angra.uac.pt

Event programme:
Please visit their web site.

Collaborators and organisers:
Department of Fisheries and Oceanography (DOP) - Azores University

Website url: http://www.angra.uac.pt/ggcn/divulgacao/Marbef/entrada1.html

Registration form: 

Registration fee: 

Relevant costs that should be taken by MARBEF:  

Possibility for day-care centres (facilities for children): No

MarBEF supported event: Yes

Event within Framework of MARBEF: (none)

Maximum number of participants: 24

External participants (non MARBEF) allowed: Yes

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