The Coastal Rainforest Margins Research Network (CRMRN) is currently accepting applications for the Scientist Exchange Program (SEP). The goals of this exchange program are to facilitate new collaborations between scientists; build new skills in field, laboratory, or statistical techniques; and assist with production of a deliverable product of the collaboration (e.g., manuscripts, data sets, research proposals). Continue reading “Scientist Exchange Program now accepting applications”
Applications are now closed.
During this second workshop we will bring together a select group of oceanographers, biogeochemists, biologists, modellers and others interested in processes occurring at the land-sea interface in temperate regions. Although the workshop will focus heavily on the Pacific Coast, our findings are expected to have applications to temperate coastal rainforest domains globally. Continue reading “Workshop 2: Marine-terrestrial Interactions in the Coastal Temperate Rainforest Domain”
A brief write-up of our workshop in February is now online at Eos, AGU’s news magazine.
Check out the nice blog post and video from Hakai describing their super cool remote stream flow measuring system on Calvert Island.