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[Deepsea] Course The use of Phylogenies in the study of Macroevolution, October 27-31, Barcelona (Spain)

Soledad De Esteban Trivigno via deepsea%40net.bio.net (by soledad.esteban from transmittingscience.org)
Tue May 20 09:30:23 EST 2014


Dear colleagues,

Registration is open for the course "THE USE OF PHYLOGENIES IN THE STUDY OF
MACROEVOLUTION -  Second edition", October 27-31, 2014. Instructor: Dr. Juan
López Cantalapiedra (Museo de Ciencias Naturales, CSIC, Spain).

Place:  Facilities of the CRIP at  Els Hostalets de Pierola, Barcelona (Spain).

Organized by: Transmitting Science, the Centre de Restauració i Interpretació
Paleontologica and the Institut Catalá de Paleontologia Miquel Crusafont.

More information:
http://www.transmittingscience.org/courses/evol/phylogeny-and-macroevolution/ or
writing to courses from transmittingscience.org

New phylogenetic methods would allow us to draw on the information encapsulated
in phylogenetic trees in order to address a wide range of questions on
macroevolution.First, this workshop will introduce participants to the use,
modification and representation of phylogenetic trees. Then, we will focus on
the use of phylogenetic information to reconstruct ancestral characters and
biogeographic histories, learning how to apply phylogenetic comparative methods.
The workshop will also tackle the study of the shape of phylogenetic trees and
how to estimate the rates of diversification throughout the evolutionary history
of groups. Finally, we will learn how to test the phylogenetic signal of a trait
of interest. Participants are encouraged to bring their data sets to use in the
practical class.

Please feel free to distribute this information between your colleagues if you
consider it appropriate.

With best regards

Soledad De Esteban Trivigno, PhD.
Course Director
Transmitting Science
www.transmittingscience.org









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