IMBIZO I – Integrating Biogeochemistry and Ecosystems in a Changing Ocean
Time: 2008.11.09 – 2008.11.13
Location: Miami, FL, USA
The first IMBER IMBIZO consisted of three interdisciplinary workshops, held in parallel to facilitate interactions between scientists from a range of disciplines.
The three workshops:
- End-to-end food webs
Raymond Pollard and Todd O’Brien from the IMBER Data Management Committee led a short workshop and discussion, open to all participants, entitled “Being Efficient and Environmentally Responsible (BEER): The secret to a successful project”
Click here to download the IMBIZO booklet.
- Ecological and Biogeochemical Interactions in the Dark Ocean Special Issue in Deep Sea Research Part ll
- Weaving marine food webs from end to end under global change
- Constructing end-to-end models using ECOPATH data