The 6th International EcoSummit Congress, EcoSummit 2020 - Building a sustainable and desirable future: Adapting to a changing land and sea-scape, will take place at The Gold Coast Convention Centre, Australia in June 2020.
The 2nd International Congress of Young Marine Researchers will be held in Malaga (Spain) this October. The Congress, organised by and for young marine researchers, seeks to promote and bolster the research from young scientists into the marine field in order to generate a meeting space among different marine related disciplines, building novel synergy and cooperation among participants.
The 54th European Marine Biology Symposium will be held in Dublin, and is hosted by University College Dublin in the state-of-the-art O’Brien Centre for Science.
2019 is the International Year of the Salmon, a fish that has a special place in the mythology of Ireland. Look out for salmon throughout the scientific and social programme.
In addition to the traditional general session covering any and all aspects of marine biology, we will focus on the follow themes:
The aim of the conference is to raise awareness on the benefits and opportunities of Baltic mussel production and use, and furthermore establish a Baltic mussel farming Working Group that works to maximise these benefits in the Baltic Sea Region.
The 22nd biennial conference of The International Society for Ecological Modelling (ISEM), under the theme eco:model:spaces, will bring together scientists from all professions and applications that deal with the use of ecological models and systems ecology.
The Romanian National Institute of Marine Geology and Geoecology – GeoEcoMar, the EU Commission and the EEAS are pleased to announce the high-level Conference “Sustainable Development at the Black Sea” which will take place on 8-9 May 2019, in Bucharest.
The Seas, Rivers, Islands and Coastal Areas Intergroup (SEARICA) is hosting a debate on seaweed aquaculture on 26 February 2019 at the European Parliament in Brussels. This debate is organized in collaboration with PHYCOMORPH (Funded by the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme of the EU). This conference aims to discuss balanced and long-term recommendations based on a detailed analysis of current seaweed aquaculture practices, regulations, health benefits and consumer demands, with a focus on the protection of the marine environment.
The 51st Liège colloquium on ocean dynamics will address the observation and prediction of the profound changes facing the Polar oceans.
The European Phycological Congress series began in Cologne in 1996, and has continued the tradition of bringing together every four years phycologists from across the world from all fields of phycology (including cyanobacteria and algae). The seventh meeting will take place in Zagreb, Croatia.
The event includes plenary presentations, 16 symposia, contributed papers and posters that cover a broad range of topics spanning from algal diversity, ecology, genomics, cell biology and applied phycology.
This high-level symposium will celebrate the success of the Horizon 2020 EU Research and Innovation Action AtlantOS, and simultaneously mark the beginning of the international AtlantOS (Atlantic Ocean Observing System) as the All-Atlantic part of the Global Ocean Observing System. The symposium will bring together scientists, policy makers, users, funders and other stakeholders, to articulate and refine our joint Atlantic ambition for ocean observing.