This year, the ECEM welcomes contributions that directly or indirectly supports tranformation, including strategies and models that focus on improving one or more of the following:
Representation of response mechanisims
Multi-criteria model evaluation
Sensitivity and robustness analyses
Upscaling and transferability to new regions
Link to management scenarios
Transparency and reproducibility
Implementation and testing of theories and concepts
The SESS centre is involved in many of these aspects, and will present the following:
This course will provide the participants with a basic overview of ALMaSS and its components and show you where to start to create species models or new landscapes. The course is held the 18-22nd of October 2021.
The course is a 2+2 ECTS PhD course.
This course is now closed for registration.
Keep an eye out for coming SESS courses on this website.