The CATCH mission is to facilitate atmospheric chemistry research within the international community, with a focus on natural processes specific to cold regions of the Earth. Cold regions include areas which are seasonally or permanently covered by snow and ice, from the high mountains to the polar ice sheets and sea ice zones as well as regions where ice clouds that undergo chemistry are found.
EuroMarine is committed to supporting early career researchers and promote bottom-up science from the marine science community.
The Ocean University Initiative has organised a dialogue and workshops session in support of the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO and the UN's Decade of Ocean Sciences for Sustainable Development. The aims of this event are to gather researchers in the human and social sciences to identify central issues and conditions for the involvement of the social sciences in the UN initiative.
The Royal Academy for Overseas Sciences (Belgium) will host a one-day workshop on the theme “Biodiversity and health” on 6th December 2019.
The workshop aims at fostering interdisciplinary exchanges between scientists from all disciplines with an interest in the topic, including: biologists, health professionals (epidemiologists, physicians, veterinarians, and pharmacists), agronomists, (agro)foresters, geographers, social scientists, and environmental scientists.
CCMAR (Portugal) is hosting a workshop on Stress and immune responses in relation to adaptation in Antarctic Fish. The workshop is limited to 30 participants, who must contribute either either with an oral presentation (15 min) or a scientific poster related to the topic of the workshop. Applicants can submit their abstract and register via the registration link posted above.
The 4th Global Ocean Acidification Observing Network (GOA-ON) International Workshop will bring together scientists from around the world to discuss emerging aspects from the coupled effects of ocean acidification with multi-stressors, review global ocean acidification status and forecast capabilities, and explore opportunities for capacity development.
As part of JPI Oceans joint action on “Munition in the sea”, CNR is organizing a workshop on 6-7 December 2018 in Rome, addressing scientific gaps and how research can bring substantial contributions for solutions and advances in knowledge.
The deep-sea is still a largely unknown area. Detailed studies of the deep-sea including the seabed are estimated to have been carried out for less than 10% of the world's ocean. Nevertheless we already know that it is a harbinger of a rich biodiversity including deep-sea corals and complex pelagic communities of jellyfish, cephalopods (e.g. squid) and fish species.
Following the deployment of the first Argo floats in late 1999, the global Argo array of over 3000 instruments, including its data management system, was in place by 2007. Since that time global coverage has been sustained at about 3800 floats for over a decade, leading to a wealth of new discoveries documenting the evolving state and variability of the ocean/climate system, underpinning improved ocean forecasting, and supporting all branches of marine science.