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  • ALTER-Net: Europe's ecosystem research network
    items matching your search terms Filter the results Item type Select All None Page Event File Folder Image Link News Item Collection New items since Yesterday Last week Last month Ever Sort by relevance date newest first alphabetically Department of Systems Ecology University of Bucharest UNIBUC UNIBUC Located in About us Partners ALTER Net is supported by its partner institutes Alterra NL BC CAS CZ CNRS FR CFS CONECOFOR IT

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    type Select All None Page Event File Folder Image Link News Item Collection New items since Yesterday Last week Last month Ever Sort by relevance date newest first alphabetically Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences SLU SLU Located in About us Partners Opp taxonomy training plus 4 grants available Added 20 05 2013 Closing date 24 06 2013 Located in Jobs Opps Opportunities ALTER Net is supported by its partner institutes

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  • ALTER-Net: Europe's ecosystem research network
    always updated RSS feed 0 items matching your search terms Filter the results Item type Select All None Page Event File Folder Image Link News Item Collection New items since Yesterday Last week Last month Ever Sort by relevance date newest first alphabetically No results were found ALTER Net is supported by its partner institutes Alterra NL BC CAS CZ CNRS FR CFS CONECOFOR IT CREAF ES CSIC ES DCE

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  • Programme - 2011 Summer School — ALTER-Net: Europe's ecosystem research network
    modelling of ecosystem services Cécile Barnaud Working groups Landscape variability and impacts of ammonia in relation to the Habitats Directive Mark Sutton 10 9 2011 Saturday Economics ammonia and biodiversity Modelling ecosystem services using Bayesian networks Roy Haines Young Place based approaches to the assessment of ecosystem services Marion Potschin Walk Jean Vancompernolle 11 09 2011 Sunday Assessment of ecosystem services and renewable energy The EU biodiversity strategy 2011 2020 The economics of ecosystems and biodiversity Leon Braat Taking the economics of ecosystems and biodiversity to the local policy level Christoph Schröter Schlaack Working groups Renewable energy consequences for biodiversity and ecosystem services Roel May ALTER Net network activities for integration of European biodiversity research and collaboration Jiska van Dijk 12 09 2011 Monday Land use change in the Provence Excursion to the Plateau de Valensole and the Gorges du Verdon 13 09 2011 Tuesday Environmental change scenarios and conflicts Integrated land use ecosystem service modelling for priorisation in landscape management Ariane Walz Managing conservation conflicts Steve Redpath Working groups Good science good policy Brooke Wilkerson Feedback on the presentations Martin Sharman No net loss of ecosystem services Fabien Quétier 14 09 2011 Wednesday Science policy and society Three key challenges of environmental sciences interdisciplinarity dealing with uncertainty and science policy interfaces Sybille van den Hove Concepts and constraints of plant responses to atmospheric change Christian Körner Working groups A scientist s dilemma after the tsunami Simron Singh 15 09 2011 Thursday Inter governmental initiatives and freshwater ecosystems The long road from the development of Earth System Science to the development of the Ecosystem Assessment to Intergovernmental Panel on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Hal Mooney The silent freshwater biodiversity crisis Klement Tockner Working groups Working groups 16 09 2011 Friday Results and outlook Working groups Working groups Presentation of the

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  • Speakers - 2011 Summer School — ALTER-Net: Europe's ecosystem research network
    Norwegian Institute for Nature Research NINA Trondheim Norway Hal Mooney Department of Biological Sciences Stanford University Stanford California USA Marion Potschin Centre for Environmental Management University of Nottingham Nottingham UK Fabien Quétier Laboratoire d Ecologie Alpine LECA CNRS Université Joseph Fourier Grenoble France Steve Redpath Aberdeen Centre for Environmental Sustainability Aberdeen University UK Christoph Schröter Schlaack Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research UFZ TEEB Leipzig Germany Martin Sharman Directorate General for Research European Commission Brussels Belgium Simron Jit Singh Institute for Social Ecology IFF Faculty of Interdisciplinary Studies Klagenfurt University Vienna Austria Mark Sutton Atmospheric Sciences Centre for Ecology Hydrology CEH Edinburgh UK Klement Tockner Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries Berlin Germany Sybille van den Hove Institute for Environmental Science and Policy Autonomous University of Barcelona Median SCP Valldoreix Spain Jiska van Dijk Norwegian Institute for Nature Research NINA ALTER Net II Secretariat Trondheim Norway Ariane Walz Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research Earth System Analysis Potsdam Germany Allan Watt Centre for Ecology Hydrology CEH Edinburgh Scotland UK Brooke Wilkerson University of Bergen Norway About ALTER Net ALTER Net flyer In this section About us What we do Communication Joint Training Activities ALTER Net summer schools 2014 2013

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  • Conveners - 2011 Summer School — ALTER-Net: Europe's ecosystem research network
    School were Allan Watt Centre for Ecology Hydrology CEH Edinburgh Bush Estate Penicuik Midlothian EH26 0QB United Kingdom E mail a watt at ceh ac uk Personal webpage Wolfgang Cramer Earth System Analysis Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research Telegraphenberg A62 D 14473 Potsdam Germany E mail Wolfgang Cramer at pik potsdam de Uta Fritsch Chair of the Tutors EURAC Junior Science Communication EURAC research Viale Druso 1 IT 39100 Bolzano Italy E mail Uta Fritsch at eurac edu Personal webpage Sabine Lütkemeier Summer School Director Earth System Analysis Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research Telegraphenberg A51 D 14473 Potsdam Germany E mail Sabine Luetkemeier at pik potsdam de Jiska van Dijk ALTER Net Coordinator Norwegian Institute for Nature Research NINA NO 7485 Trondheim Norway E mail jiska van dijk at nina no Personal webpage About ALTER Net ALTER Net flyer In this section About us What we do Communication Joint Training Activities ALTER Net summer schools 2014 2013 ALTER Net summer schools 2011 Programme 2011 Summer School Speakers 2011 Summer School Conveners 2011 Summer School Research Activities Science Policy Interface Infrastructure Partners Projects Links Contact us Organisation Management Board who s who Members Summer School Alumni LinkedIn Group ALTER

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  • 2009 — ALTER-Net: Europe's ecosystem research network
    therefore all the ALTER Net summer schools have taken place there This summer school strived towards an integration of natural and social science aspects of biodiversity and ecosystem services The aim was besides the aspect of environmental awareness the dissemination and critical review of the approach of integrated assessment of vulnerable ecosystems and their services under global change The summer school presented state of the art scenario techniques ecosystem modelling approaches for selected ecosystem services and allowed intensive dialogue between the participants and the lecturers Target groups were graduate students and young scientists from environmental and social sciences from ALTER Net partner institutes and universities The structure of the summer school included two morning lectures till noon daily teamwork by the participants followed by an aperitif talk in the late afternoon A half day hike to visit a shepherd nearby allowed the students to question a local stakeholder and also to get an impression of the local landscape A full day excursion exemplified land use change on the Plateau de Valensole where wheat has been partly replaced by lavender and recently by oak trees for growing truffels Lunch was taken at the Lac de Ste Croix which is a reservoir dammed in the 1960s A discussion with a local shepherd and a short walk into the Gorges du Verdon completed this long and exciting day After each presentation time for discussion was available which nurtured good contacts between the students tutors and speakers The students formed three working groups each working on a case study of different sectors in the nearby region of the Verdon catchment i e agriculture nature conservation and tourism One delegate from each group and four permanent members formed a synthesis group who summarised the results of the three case studies for policy makers The case

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  • 2006 — ALTER-Net: Europe's ecosystem research network
    by an aperitif talk in the late afternoon Time for discussion was available after each presentation which nurtured good contacts between the students and scientists and experts An excursion aimed to foster discussions between participants students and stakeholders while acquainting with local environmental problems The afternoon of the arrival day was dedicated to the welcome and first introduction by the conveners and a round tour of the village Peyresq guided by Jean Vancompernolle a representative of the foundation who was already active in the reconstruction of the village in the 50 s During the first two days all participants presented posters explaining their own research activities this helped to get faster acquainted with each other The talks on the first days were dedicated to the basics of environmental change and biodiversity in a physical as well as a social sense Then the data and scenario topics were covered followed by the economics of ecosystems The ecological modelling of ecosystem services was represented by covering the mountain ecosystems The issue of biodiversity was explained not only on terrestrial examples but one talk gave an overview of biodiversity in aquatic ecosystems ALTER Net itself as a Network of Excellence was presented by Karl Baadsvik the chair of the science board of the summer school The public perception of biodiversity was the last topic covered by the lectures Five working groups had been formed by the participants who worked on vulnerability assessments on regions in the Alps on four different themes water agriculture and forestry tourism nature conservation and one group studied the interaction and synthesised the outcome The groups were usually working during the early afternoon and applied the lessons learned from the talks for their chosen theme At the end of the summer school the working groups presented the results of

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