Summer School 2017 in Estonia
In order to enhance the quality and attractiveness of the student work during the Summer School, we introduced small projects that were processed by the students throughout the two weeks.
These projects included reading of publications related to the respective topic, practical work with subsequent data analysis, the writing of a protocol and the presentation of the whole project. The following projects were offered:
Soil compaction and oxygen in soil
Land properties influenced by land use and fertilization
Fast plant tests with various subtrates and composts
Allelopathy experiment with Estonian trees
- Eva Keppner, M.Sc.
All participants of the Summer School within the Educational Network
- are self-responsible for their travel insurance.
- have to make sure that their travel insurance is sufficient for the countries wherein the programme takes place.
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