Cooperation in coupled natural-human systems: its emergence and importance
GEDB researcher James Watson speaks at ECMTB 2016 conference at University of Nottingham 13 July at 11.00 am.
The European Conference for Mathematical and Theoretical Biology 2016 11-15 July will bring together researchers from around the world to present and learn about cutting-edge research at the interface between mathematics and the life sciences.
GEDB researcher James Watson is invited to present in the session "Modeling socio-economic aspects of resource management" and his presentation is titled "Cooperation in coupled natural-human systems: its emergence and importance"
Date: 13 July, 2016
Venue: University of Nottingham, UK
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