Melanie Colón Posted March 5, 2018 Share Posted March 5, 2018 Enhancing Linkages Between Math and Ecology (ELME)Kellogg Biological Station offers three week-long summer courses thatcombine lectures, hands-on computer activities in R, literaturediscussions, and group projects, emphasizing applications of quantitativetechniques to ecology and evolution. This year, we have:July 9-13: Introduction to Theoretical Ecology – Populations and SpeciesInteractions (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, andEvolutionary Ecology (Dr. Thomas [TEX] Miller, Rice U.)Please visit http://bit.ly/2FStHxD for more information or theapplication. Email KBSSummer@kbs.msu.edu if you have any questions. Feelfree to forward this to anyone else who may be interested!Sara GarnettAcademic Programs FellowKellogg Biological Station Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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