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Enhancing Linkages Between Math and Ecology (ELME)

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#1 Melanie Colón

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Posted 05 March 2018 - 10:31 AM

Enhancing Linkages Between Math and Ecology (ELME)

Kellogg Biological Station offers three week-long summer courses that
combine lectures, hands-on computer activities in R, literature
discussions, and group projects, emphasizing applications of quantitative
techniques to ecology and evolution. This year, we have:

July 9-13: Introduction to Theoretical Ecology – Populations and Species
Interactions (Dr. Chad Brassil, U. of Nebraska-Lincoln)
July 16-20: Bayesian Models in Ecology (Dr. Inés Ibáñez, U. of Michigan)
July 23-27: Structured Demographic Models for Population, Community, and
Evolutionary Ecology (Dr. Thomas [TEX] Miller, Rice U.)

Please visit http://bit.ly/2FStHxD for more information or the
application. Email KBSSummer@kbs.msu.edu if you have any questions. Feel
free to forward this to anyone else who may be interested!

Sara Garnett
Academic Programs Fellow
Kellogg Biological Station

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