A collaborative training team including academics, government and industry from Canada, US, Europe, Asia and Africa will help guide trainees - both formally on research project committees, and informally through components specific to this training program.
The ABATE training team has been strategically selected to provide comprehensive training in the science-policy-management of freshwater harmful algal blooms (fHABs). The team includes systems thinkers and team players with award-winning experiences in designing and delivering training programs, and active research programs on cyanobacteria-prone lakes. The trainers have also developed a team of hardworking and curious trainees. Check out their profiles and contact them for more information.