Theoretical and practical training in biogeochemistry and molecular techniques with emphasis on the ecology of marine microbial systems.
The course includes 22 lectures, 2 excursions, 7 practical exercises (~ 50 hours in the laboratory) and theoretical discussions in study groups. To pass the course a report must be completed and approved by the teaching team.
- Prokaryote diversity, population dynamics and energetics.
- Carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, sulfur, iron, manganese, phosphorus biogeochemistry.
- Molecular techniques and bioinformatics.
August 19-31, 2018 (both days inclusive)
Canfield, D.E., Kristensen, E. & Thamdrup, B. (2005): Aquatic Geomicrobiology. Elsevier Academic Press, Amsterdam, and a laboratory compendium.
~1500 euro including accommodation and breakfast
~1000 euro excluding accommodation and breakfast
(reduced fees for SDU students depending on requirement for accomodation and food).
Prices may be slightly adjusted depending on the final arrangements.