Mountain Research Initiative Key Contact Workshop

Opportunity Type: 
Meetings

Call for the MRI Key Contact Workshop prior to the ESA Annual Meeting 2013
Minneapolis, Saturday 3 August 2013

The Mountain Research Initiative invites you to participate in its Key Contact Workshop. We provide a setting that stimulates interdisciplinary thinking and that allows peers to take a fresh look at each other's research.

If you have already indicated your interest in participating please go directly to the online form to fill out your research summary for the workshop.

We invite scientists in all stages of their careers and with diverse backgrounds within the overall context of global change in mountain regions. If you are interested in the breadth of research being pursued in mountain regions around the world, then this workshop is for you!

Objectives
The KCW brings together active researchers from around the world working on global change in mountain regions to present a brief overview of their research programs, comment on fellow participant's research, and discover opportunities for new interdisciplinary research collaborations.

Organizers
The Mountain Research Initiative (MRI). The workshop will be run by Claudia Drexler, Communication and Event Manager at the MRI.

Fees
No fees apply to workshop participation. The workshop is a full day's event with lunch and coffee provided by MRI. However, participants are expected to organize their travel and accommodation themselves and to cover their respective expenses.

Worth trying?
Check out the workshop's website.

Contact
If you have more questions or plan to attend the workshop, please contact Claudia Drexler drexler@giub.unibe.ch

For more information on the ESA Meeting go to http://www.esa.org/minneapolis/

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The Mountain Research Initiative
c/o Institute of Geography, University of Bern
Erlachstrasse 9a Trakt 3
3012 Bern, Switzerland
+41 (0)31 631 51 41
http://mri.scnatweb.ch

Expiration Date: 
Sat, 2013-08-03
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