The training school “Emissions, Capture, Utilisation: Methodologies and Challenges for Ulva” takes place 15th to 17th of May 2024 at the Saaremaa island, Estonia. It is organised within the COST Action CA 20106 entitled Ulva: Tomorrow’s “Wheat of the Sea”, a Model for an Innovative Mariculture (SEAWHE AT), and is co-organised by the SeaMark partner Aarhus University.
Practical exercises will be focused on quantifying the mass balances of carbon and nitrogen in a system where three different strains of Ulva are grown in nutrient-rich process water from a local land-based Recirculated Aquaculture System (RAS).
Fourteen (14) participants will be selected to attend and receive a grant for travel and daily allowance. The application deadline is the 18th of February. Make sure to read the eligibility criteria.
Link to event: https://seawheatcost.haifa.ac.il/