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16th Swiss Global Change Day on 1 April 2015

Program

2015
Apr 1
Venue
Freies Gymnasium
Beaulieustr. 55
Bern
Teaser: 16th Swiss Global Change Day on 1 April 2015

The Swiss Global Change Day is the platform where the Science Community of all disciplines meets and interacts. The aim is to present recent highlights in global environmental change research as well as to point out challenges for future research.

Program:The key note speakers Helmut Haberl, Christian Körner, Harini Nagendra, Alan Robock, Brigitte Buchmann and Anthony Patt encompass topics of the physical climate system, the biochemical and geochemical processes and impacts, biodiversity and the human dimensions of global change.

Poster session:The poster session reflects the current research activities. There is ample of time to study these posters and to discuss. Travel awards honour the most attractive and comprehensive posters in the following categories:

  • Geosphere/Biosphere
  • Atmosphere/Hydrosphere
  • Human Dimensions
  • Biodiversity
  • Sustainability/North-South Partnership
Deadline to enter the poster contest: 23 March 2015.
>Criteria for the poster evaluation

You should make an A0 print of your poster (either landscape or portrait format) on your own. The PDF you have to send us (until 23 March, max 10 MB) is for the jury to make an appropriate evaluation.

Registration Deadline: 27 March 2015.

Location: Freies Gymnasium, Beaulieustr. 55, Bern

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16th Swiss Global Change Day - Meeting Report and Conference Documents

On 1 April 2015 the Swiss global change science community met for the 16th time on the annual Swiss Global Change Day. About 250 participants attended the event and 66 posters were exposed. Distinguished researchers presented scientific highlights and the program provided enough time for discussion and networking.
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