ialeUK and IALE-Europe invite all colleagues to Manchester for the IALE 2013 European Congress. This major international event will examine how and why European landscapes are changing and how landscape ecology can help us to plan for the future at local to global scales.
This article contains a summary of the wide selection of symposia at the IALE 2013 European Congress in Manchester. Symposia will range in length from 100-300 minutes. Posters can also be submitted for each symposium.
The upcoming workshop will be run on the 13th and 14th May 2013 and will provide an opportunity for those engaged in research at MSc & PhD level to explore the types of data which are available to them, and to be introduced to a range of statistical techniques commonly used when analysing landscape, cultural and ecological data.
The Ecosystems Knowledge Network is a resource for anyone who wants to learn, or share their knowledge, about the practical benefits of taking an ecosystems approach to land and marine management. The Network runs free workshops, field trips and webinars for its members.
Natural England are in the process of refreshing the NCA profiles, to provide the best available information to a wider audience. These profiles are intended to help achieve a more sustainable future for individuals and communities.