Doctoral Summer School "Measurement Methods in Environmental Biology"

August 19 - 23th, 2013, Järvselja - Tartu

The aim of the course is to provide advanced overview about research methods in plant science from molecular scale to large scale ecosystem measurements. Short theoretical background is combined with practical work in field and in labs giving to participants experience to solve interdiciplanry problems and to interprete analysis results.

The course is orgnized jointly by Centre of Excellence ENVIRON and Doctoral School for Earth Sciences and Ecology.

Summer School programme

In Järvselja forest - supervisor Ahto Kangur (Estonian Univ. of Life Sciences), researcher Heiti Paves (Tallinn Univ of Technology) is taking photos

Above- and belowground biomass production measurements, Rõka -  belowground biomass is measured by minirhizotron method


Centre of Excellence in Environmental Adaptation, Estonian University of Life Sciences, Fr.R.Kreutzwaldi 1, 51014, Tartu, ESTONIA


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