21 August 2020
Biodiversity Research Under Changing Climate
The course introduces students to ecological interdependencies, ecosystem dynamics and trophic levels. The effects of human behaviour and scenarios for the future are discussed.
Ilari Sääksjärvi, Jari Hänninen, Samuli Lehtonen, Mia Lempiäinen-Avci, Katja Mäkinen, Pasi Nurmi, Annika Saarto, Otso Suominen, Elina Vainio.
Students with minimum 2 years of completed Bachelor’s studies in any field of study.
The aim of the course is to deepen the students’ understanding of biodiversity and its connection to climate change, as well as current research methodologies. The present massive extinction rate now caused by human activity threatens the biodiversity all over the world, while also hugely impacting the economic opportunities and vital ecosystem services.
EUR 900: The course fee includes: Registering to the course & customer service, Teaching, study facilities in Turku,