Partner Conferences, Workshops & Symposia

February 5, 2019

Marine Mammal Biology and Conservation Course (11-18 July 2019; Millport, Scotland)

Marine Mammal Biology & Conservation Course Location: Millport Tutor: Dominic McCafferty, Anna McGregor, Chris Parsons and Jack Lucas Dates: Thursday 11 July 2019 to Thursday 18 July 2019 Level: Intermediate   Course cost RESIDENT(SOLE OCCUPANCY): £731  (includes food and accomodation for the course duration) RESIDENT(SHARED ROOM): £682 (includes food and accomodation for the course duration) NON-RESIDENT: £642 To […]

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GIS for biological research – introductory course (18-19 March 2019; Glasgow, Scotland)

This is the second call for attendees for an upcoming introductory training course for those who wish to learn how to use GIS in biological research, and it will provide an introduction to using GIS in a wide variety of biological research situations, including marine mammal research, and the course includes two marine-mammal-specific practical exercises (one […]

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Passive Acoustic Monitoring Course (18-21 Feb 2019; Devon, UK)

Seiche Training will be launching a PAM Level 2 course on the 18th to 21st Feb 2019, Devon, UK. This will be a new three and a half day course that builds on Seiche’ s PAM Level 1 course to develop operators’ skills for advanced PAMGuard configuration and troubleshooting hardware and software, as well as exploring more […]

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23rd Annual Meeting of the Northwest Student Chapter of the Society for Marine Mammalogy (18 May 2019; University of Washington, Seattle) 2019!

The 23rd Annual Meeting of the Northwest Student Chapter of the Society for Marine Mammalogy (NWSSMM) will take place at the University of Washington, Seattle on May 18, 2019! The purpose of the annual meeting is to cultivate community among students studying marine mammals by creating a relaxed atmosphere to share research ideas, tribulations, and triumphs. The meeting is also an opportunity to meet […]

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December 10, 2018

GIS for marine biologists course (18-19 March 2019, Glasgow, Scotland)

This is the first call for attendees for our upcoming introductory training course for those who wish to learn how to use GIS in biological research, and it will provide an introduction to using GIS in a wide variety of biological research situations, including marine mammal research, and the course includes two marine-mammal-specific practical exercises […]

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