This autumn there has been a lot of activity behind the scenes better understating our data and the story it is telling us. However, we have found the time to leave our desks and talk and engage with fellow researchers and the public.
With less than a year until CBESS comes to an end, we are increasingly busy working on Theme 2 (context) and Theme 3 (scale). We have also been back in the field, in preparation for development of the Ecosystem Provisioning Tool. There have also some interesting collaborations between science and art.
Applications for the 2015 NERC Advanced Training Course: ‘biodiversity and ecosystem service assessment in the coastal margin (BESA)’ are open until 14 November 2014.
Thanks to the success of this year’s NERC funded training course in coastal field techniques, CBESS and MASTS running the course again in February 2015.
CBESS has just found out that it was successful in it’s application for funding to NERC (National Environmental Research Council).
The launch event for BESS (Biodiversity and Ecosystem Service Sustainability) was held on 22nd June 2012 in at Royal Over-Seas League,London. Continue reading