12.08.2010 -

Ecohydrology & Biotechnology for Sustainable Integrated Water Resources Management in HELP Basins

NPS PhotoEstuary of Klamath River

The International Advanced Study Course will be held at the ERCE and UL, Poland from 12 to 22 September 2010.

 

The International Institute of the  Polish Academy of Sciences - European Regional Centre for Ecohydrology  under the auspices of UNESCO (ERCE) in cooperation with University of Lodz (UL), Institute for Agricultural and Forest Environment of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IAFE), Polish aid and United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation UNESCO - International Hydrological Programme is organizing the International Workshop Advance Study Course: "Ecohydrology & Biotechnology for Sustainable Integrated Water Resources Management in HELP Basins". The International Advanced Study Course will be held at the ERCE and UL, Poland, over 12-22 September 2010.

The course is organized for the representatives of the HELP Basins, including scientist and decision-maker/practitioner for HELP basin. The course will be open for all countries, however it is especially addressed to developing regions. The number of participants will be 20 people, with maintained gender balance.

More details and the application form are available at :
http://www.erce.unesco.lodz.pl/index.php?id=122&lev=1&t=2&nid=84

UNESCO Contact : Philippe Pypaert at p.pypaert@unesco.org

 




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