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Champenoux (France)

25 Jun 08:00
29 Jun 17:00 2018

SIFER 2018: Stable Isotopes in Forest Ecosystem Research

How should stables isotopes be used in forest ecosystem research? How can we obtain reliable data, correct them and ensure their quality? Join us for a week of intensive training with specialists in these tools and their applications.

Updated on 06/18/2018
Published on 01/10/2018

The 6th édition of SIFER wil be held on the INRA campus of Champenoux, France from 25th to 29th June 2018

Each year, SIFER training combines practical exercises and theoretical approaches. It is intended primarily for PhD students, but other scientists interested in this field are welcome.  The course will include lectures, computing exercises and practical work.

Organised since 2012 by the University of Lorraine and Research Centre INRA Grand-Est, in the framework of the Laboratory of Excellence ARBRE, this doctoral training course has already hosted 99 students from 26 countries.


Programme and Registration

More information about the program and the training on the event webpage: https://www6.inra.fr/sifer-stable-isotopes-course/

Registration is now open until 12th March 2018, complete the form: https://workshop.inra.fr/sifer/