Experimentation in Ecosystem Research
ExpeER is a major European Infrastructure project (2010-2014) in the field of Ecosystem Research. ExpeER will, for the first time, federate existing national infrastructures, improve their research capacity whilst at the same time facilitating access to those key experimental and observational platforms as well as analytical and modelling facilities for the benefit of the international research community.
CALL FOR ACCESS: FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR RESEARCH VISITS!!!
The ExpeER call for Transnational Access (TA) proposals is continuously until 31st July 2014. It offers access to 30 state-of-the-art research infrastructures across Europe. It is possible to join on-going experiments and measurements, to initiate new ones, to use data bases etc.
More information about ExpeER access, how to apply and list of ExpeER TNA sites.
Follow all TA visits on the facebook page of ExpeER.
The ExpeER 4th consortium annual meeting will be held on Tuesday 23 September 2014 and the ExpeER international conference will be held on 24-25 September 2014, in the National Museum of Natural History (at the auditorium de la Grande Galerie de l'Evolution, 36 rue Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire) in Paris, France.
TERENO INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2014
September 29th - October 2nd, Bonn, Germany. More information here
"Impacts of climate change and pollution events on Arctic ecosystem structure and function" and "nutrient cycling and plant soil feedbacks in a high CO2 world at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment". Further details can be found here.
AnaEE is part of the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures Roadmap (2010) as a new distributed EU infrastructure for ecosystem research. ExpeER forms the building blocks of the AnaEE distributed infrastructure by federating and structuring key existing experimental and observational infrastructures in ecosystem research in Europe. More about AnaEE.