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Ecology of Animal Migration has started

Today, the biannual Ecology of Animal Migration course started again. This year, we are welcoming 37 students from 19 different countries!
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CAnMovians are very welcome to attend the talks during the course. The programme is available on the course webpage: http://www.canmove.lu.se/courses-workshops/courses/ecology-of-animal-migration-2015

This Monday afternoon and Tuesday the students will each give short presentations on their research. They will cover a wide range of topics. The talks are sorted into several themes, so please join for session/s of interest. The schedule for the student talks and abstracts for these is available here: http://bit.ly/MigrationCourseStudentTalks

On Friday (6th November) we will have a joint a department/migration course Friday pub. So come along to the Ecology building foyer on Friday from 16:00 to have a beer and meet the enthusiastic visiting movement ecologists!
 

Welcome!

Rachel, Anders – course organizers
Tom, Christina – coordination and administration

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Centre for Animal Movement Research
Evolutionary Ecology, Department of Biology
Ecology building S-223 62 Lund Sweden