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CEREO April 2015

Data Carpentry Workshop

CEREO is offering a  Data Carpentry Workshop , the workshop will take a train-the-trainers approach so that trainees emerge from the multi-day workshop with some basic computing skills that will ease environmental research (e.g. how to get the data you want out of a data logger or big repository without crashing your desktop computer!) some of the trainees could possibly even receive additional preparation to become Carpentry instructors themselves.

These Workshops fill fast, so be sure to register soon.

Register Here

Bustad Hall, Room 145, Washington State University
Starts Thursday, May 14, 2015 at 8:00am
Closes Friday. May 15, 2015 at 4:30 pm

Stable Isotope Theory and Methods (Biol 540)

Fall 2015

Lecture: Tu, Th 10:35

Lab: TU 1:35 – 4:00

Course Description: Students will learn to design, interpret, and critically evaluate the use of stable isotopic tools in biological studies. Specifically, we will focus on efficiently learning terminology and notation, sources of variation, mathematical models of isotope composition, and key applications of stable isotope techniques. The laboratory section of the course will provide hands-on experience with stable isotope mass spectrometers to train you to run your own samples.

For information contact Dr. R. Dave Evans (5-7466; rdevans@wsu.edu)