» Courses » Past SACC Short Courses
 
Towards more resilient oceans: Predicting and projecting future changes in the ocean and their impacts on human societies
The IMBER ClimEco5 Summer School was held in Natal, Brazil, 10-17 August 2016. The course was attended by 65 students from 27 countries and 10 lecturers. The IAI CRN3070 project supported the participation from 14 students from Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay (see photo). More information on ClimEco5 at http://www.imber.info/Early-Career/IMBER-Summer-Schools/ClimEco5-August-2016-Natal-Brazil
FILES: atal_Aug_2016s.JPG
 
Course 13: Biogeochemical cycles in highly productive marine ecosystems
Universidad de Buenos Aires, 2-14 December 2013. Instructor: Dr. Michelle Graco, IMARPE, Peru. Reviewed biogeochemical ocean process, examples of highly productive regions, focused on coastal upwelling off Peru and on physical and biophysical process on the Patagonian Shelf and Shelf-Break ecosystems. 28 students: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru and Uruguay. Co-sponsored POGO and U. de Buenos Aires.
FILES: UBA-Course_2013.jpg
 
Course 12: Medusas y Ctenóforos: Biología y Ecología del plancton gelatinoso
9-12 September 2013 Instructors: Hermes W. Mianzan and Gabriel N. Genzano, CONICET, Argentina. Discuss significant advances in understanding of life cycle and ecological role of gelatinous plankton in response to anthropogenic environmental change. 15 students, Ecuador, Peru, Venezuela.
FILES: foto curso_Lima.jpg
 
Course 11: XII Austral Summer Institute
Exploring fresh water in Global Climate and High-Latitude Oceans / Coastal Upwelling Time Series in the Humboldt Current Systems / Oceanographic Time Series in Northern Hemisphere Coastal and Open Ocean Ecosystems: CalCOFI and BATS. Universidad de Concepción, Chile,Dec 2011, Jan 2012, 10 students from Argentina, Brazil and Ecuador co-sponsored, UdeC.
FILES: urso Rhines.jpg
 
Course 10: Ocean Circulation: Theory and Models
Ricardo P. Matano and Vincent Combes, COAS, Oregon State University. Departamento de Ciencias de la Atmósfera y los Océanos, FCEN, Universidad de Buenos Aires, 5-16 December 2011. 24 students from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Cuba, Mexico, Perú, Venezuela and Uruguay
FILES: P1050913 [800x600].JPG
 
Course 9: Scaling the effects of climate change on marine zooplankton
J. Rudi Strickler (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA) and Rubens Lopes (Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil), Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil, 1-10 July 2009. Co-sponsor: Universidade de São Paulo. 24 students, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Peru, USA.
FILES: Ubatuba_Course_July_2009_small.jpg
 
Course 8: Estuarine Hydrodynamics
Arnoldo Valle-Levinson (Florida State University, USA), Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Rio Grande, Brazil, 9-18 March 2009. Co-sponsored FURG, Brazil. 7 Students: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Uruguay.
FILES: curso_estuarios1.jpg
 
Course 7: Procesos Físicos & Ecológicos en la Plataforma Interior
Marcus Sobarzo, Fabián Tapia (Universidad de Concepción, Chile), Carlos Moffat (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, US/UdeC), Universidad de Concepción, Chile, 19 - 24 January 2009. Co-sponsored Instituto de Verano Austral IX, Concepción, Chile. 7 Students: Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay.
FILES: ASI IX Procesos Físicos y Ecológicos en la Plataforma Interior_s.JPG
 
Course 6: Physical and Biological Ocean Modeling: Biogeochemical (ROMS/NPZ/PISES) and Individual Based (IBM) Modeling
Carolina Parada (U. of Washington, USA) and Vincent Echevin (LOCEAN, U. Pierre et Marie Curie, France), U. Concepcion, Dichato, Chile, 3-14 July 2007. Co-sponsors: COPAS, Anillo, UdeC (Chile). 26 Students: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, USA.
FILES: SACC Course Dichato Julio 2007_s.JPG
 
Course 5: Marine Zooplakton Ecology
Rubens M. Lopes, June Ferraz Dias (Instituto Oceanográfico, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil), Hans G. Dam, George McManus (University of Connecticut, USA), Kam W. Tang (Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences, USA), Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil, 10-19 December 2004. 19 Students: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Denmark, Mexico, Norway, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Venezuela.
FILES: Ubatuba_Course_July_2009_small.jpg
 
< Back
 
       
ProjectsResearchDocumentsHighlightsGallery