Training School Plant Translocation – Theory and Techniquesprint
Date: 24-27 March 2021
Place: Rome Botanic Garden, Rome (Italy)
Training School leaders: Prof. Thomas Abeli, Dr. Sandrine Godefroid, Dr. Andreas Ensslin, Dr. Guy Colling
Translocation is an important measure for reducing the loss of biodiversity. Successful translocations can be achieved if they utilise underpinning science and if experience is shared across the scientific community. Training of conservation scientists is a key aspect for these conservation actions.
The course “Plant Translocation – Theory and Techniques” is dedicated to PhD students and postdoctoral fellows engaged in scientific research programmes and aims to share and disseminate the latest knowledge in the field of ecological restoration. The course aims to train new scientists in the field of threatened species restoration and establish a dialogue between experienced conservation scientists and the next generation of practitioners.
Prof. Thomas Abeli (University of Roma Tre) - course leader: email@example.com
Dr. Sandrine Godefroid (Meise Botanic Garden): firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Andreas Ensslin (Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques de la Ville de Genève): email@example.com