INternational inTEnsive Southern training proGRAmme and network DEvelopment for marine and lacustrine scientists (InteGRADE)

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InteGRADE–a novel approach of linking an active researchproject with an advanced trainingregime and networkingopportunities.


“Connectivity in coastal ecosystems -our crucial life support systems” –multi-disciplinary research, management implication and project writing

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To guide participants in networking and project writing by integrating scientific interest and state of the art questions, with granting agencies’ agenda and needs expressed by governance and policy in respective countries / regions.

Contact Person: Karolien Van Puyvelde (


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Venue: Mangrove Lodge
Zanzibar, Tanzania

Mangrove Lodge,
Chuini, Zanzibar,






Open from
1 Nov 2015 to 31 Dec 2015


If  not selected for a full cost scholarship:

€200 WIO region (exclusive transport)

€500 non WIO region (exclusive transport)


Academic level: BSc with minimum 2 years of relevant work experience in Aquatic Sciences or an MSc or a PhD in Aquatic sciences

Application Procedure:

Application deadline: 31st December 2015
A letter of motivation and an essay on a relevant topic is required:

The overall topic of the essay should be “Connectivity in coastal ecosystems - our crucial life support systems” The discipline focus: Environmental chemistry and ecotoxicology, Mangroves and seagrasses, Coral reefs, Fisheries in combination with an Ecosystem process focus: Nursery function, Productivity and carbon flow (trophic levels), Dispersal and populations genetics, Species interactions

Selection: January 2016

Announcement of selection:  17th February 2016


Academic level: Master, PhD
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