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2nd Estuarine & Marine Littoral Taxonomy Workshop



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Event Type: Training Course
Event Date: 2005-09-12    
End Date: 2005-09-16

Event Description:
IMPROVE YOUR IDENTIFICATION SKILLS IN 5 DAYS

This workshop aims to teach participants how to identify the crustacea
commonly found in the harsh estuarine and marine littoral environments,
including isopods, decapods, amphipods mysids, tanaids, cumaceans and
leptostracans, to species level. Participants will be taught by the
experts, Roger Bamber, Ray Ingle and Miranda Lowe from the Natural History
Museum, and Martin Sheader from Southampton Oceanography Centre.

The workshop will be taught over five days and is aimed at people working
in the estuarine and marine littoral environment, either in the water
industry, as consultants, as academics or even those pursuing higher
degrees. By the end of the workshop participants will be able to use
up-to-date taxonomic keys and hold a certificate of competence in the
subject. As the workshop will be run on an informal basis, participants are
welcome to bring along any specimens they have found difficult to identify.

Places on this workshop are limited to 16 so early booking is essential.



Contact email: jat1@canterbury.ac.uk

Event programme:
The cost of the workshop is 720, which includes four nights en-suite
accommodation in on-campus Halls of Residence and all meals, including a
workshop dinner. Extra nights B&B can be booked for the 11th and/or 16th
September for 35 per night.

Collaborators and organisers:
Dr Jackie Trigwell
Ecology Research Group
Canterbury Christ Church University College
The Mount
Stodmarsh Road
Canterbury
Kent, CT3 4AQ, UK
Tel: 01227 782670
Email: jat1@canterbury.ac.uk

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Registration form: Contact Jackie Trigwell for an application form

Registration fee: 580 without accomodation; 720 with

Relevant costs that should be taken by MARBEF:  

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

MarBEF supported event: No

Event within Framework of MARBEF: (none)

Maximum number of participants: 16

External participants (non MARBEF) allowed: Yes

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