European Science Foundation

Deadline: 15/11/2001
September 29, 2003

Exchange Grants - call for applications

The ESF scientific programme 'Food-web modelling for ecological assessment of terrestrial pollution' aims to stimulate the development of food-web models for risk assessment of pollution in the terrestrial environment. It could provide a "trait-d’union" between monitoring and validation-oriented ecotoxicological programmes currently running in European countries. A further generalisation of the data derived by these studies to other temporal and spatial scales by application of system modelling is expected. There will be a significant spin-off to fundamental studies in community ecology.

The programme is offering a number of exchange grants to scientists wishing to develop joint models.

Full detail here
Contact: Joanne Dalton Goetz
Address: Life & Environmental Sciences
European Science Foundation
1 quai Lezay Marnésia
67080 Strasbourg Cedex

Fax: +33 3 88 37 05 32

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