Steps to APPLY for participation in Workshop:
10 participants maximum - young scientist and students.
NO abstract sumbission,
NO registration fee is required.
Preference to PICES member nations, but open to others, especially North Pacific rim.
Early career scientists (within 5 years of receiving their Ph.D.) and scientists from countries with ‘economies in transition’.
Encourage participants whose research is related to or will benefit from the curriculum content.
All applicants should submit the following TWO DOCUMENTS: 1) A CV (including Name, Affiliation, Gender, and Email address);
and 2) a cover letter outlining the applicants motivation for participating in this workshop.
Deadline for submitting the two essential documents is July 18, 2019;
please email these directly to Akash Sastri
Questions about the practical workshop can be addressed to Akash also.
Registration, ground transport, food and lodging costs are provided by the workshop, however, participants are required to cover the cost of airfare to and from Victoria, BC.
We encourage participants in the Zooplankton Production Practical Workshop to also
contribute a presentation
(oral or poster) to a 1-day workshop,
PICES/ICES collaborative research initiative: toward regional
to global measurements and comparisons of zooplankton production using existing data sets.
This 1-day workshop will be convened in Victoria on October 16th, 2019 (following the Practical Workshop)
as part of the PICES 2019 Annual meeting. The workshop represents an excellent opportunity for students and early
career scientists to present their work on zooplankton production and contribute to the
PICES Working Group 37
(Zooplankton Production Methodologies, Applications and Measurements in PICES Regions) activities.
Please note the abstract submission and registration deadlines for PICES-2019.
Students will also need to register for PICES-2019 and pay a registration fee
(reg. fee for students with valid student ID card CAD $50); all others have to pay full