Time and place: Oct. 11, 2021–Oct. 24, 2021, Kristineberg Marine Research StationAdd to calendar
DEST (Distributed European School of Taxonomy) and ForBio are pleased to announce that the popular Basics of Taxonomy Course will be organized again in 2020 with support from the Swedish Academy of Sciences.
This two week course gives a comprehensive theoretical overview and hands-on experience about different methodologies on how to describe, illustrate and communicate biodiversity. The course covers the following topics, each taught by an expert in the matter:
- Digital drawing
- Scientific illustration
- Scientific writing and communication
- e-Taxonomy and biodiversity informatics tools and workflows
- DELTA (DEscription Language for TAxonomy)
- Short overview on macrophotography/photo-stacking
Dr. Matz Berggren, Department of Marine Sciences, University of Gothenburg
Dr. Charles Oliver Coleman, Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin
Dr. Tomas Cedhagen, Department of Biosciences – Aquatic Biology, Aarhus University
Dr. Gábor Lövei, Department of Agroecology – Crop Health, Aarhus University
Dr. Dimitrios Koureas, Naturalis Biodiversity Center
Selection and registration
Criteria for selection will be scientific merit, motivation and usefulness of the training course for the applicants. Students who complete this course will receive a 5 ECTS course certificate. For more information from DEST about the course see here.
You can register for the course here. There is a limited number of places available. The course has a minimum number of attendants for it to be taught.
The registration fee for this course will be roughly 400 €, and will include course attendance, teaching, course material, accommodation and meals. ForBio will cover the registration fee and travel for ForBio members based at Norwegian institutions.
Contact Hugo de Boer for more information.