A few places still remain for the introductory and advanced distance sampling workshops, held in St. Andrews in late August. Early registration deadline is 18 July. Visit http://www.ruwpa.st-and.ac.uk/distance.workshops/distance2014/workshop_overview.html
to register and for additional details.
The Centre for Research into Ecological and Environmental Modelling (CREEM) is hosting two linked workshops in the summer of
2014 in our purpose-built facilities at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. The aim of these workshops is to train participants in the latest methods for design and analysis of distance sampling surveys,
including line and point transects. The workshops are taught by leading researchers in the field, using industry-standard software.
For all workshops, participants are encouraged to bring their own data sets, and can expect to do some preliminary analyses with their data. Computer sessions take place in a modern computer classroom
(attached to the seminar room); participants can use our computers or bring their own laptops.
Additional details regarding the workshop can be found at