The Institute for Pacific Coral Reefs (IRCP) and the CRIOBE (Centre for Island Research and Environmental Observatory) will offer four grants in 2018 to young scientists (PhDs and Post-doctorates, under 35 years old) for research projects focused on the coral reefs of French Polynesia. Grants will be available to both French nationals and foreigners. To support the advancement of science in the Pacific, one of the four award recipients will come from the South Pacific Islands.
This call has been preannounced on 5 March 2018 and will open on 4 April. Until then, please refer to the preannouncement which contains sufficient information to let EuroMarine members start preparing proposals.
The 2018 edition of the SCOR annual meeting, which is taking place from 4-6 September in Plymouth, United Kingdom, currently has calls for access open.
Guidelines for submitting abstracts:
Use the online submission form to submit your abstracts
Enter the following username and password when prompted:
Complete the form and upload your full abstract (max 250 words) in Word format
Once you have submitted your abstract, you will get a confirmation by e-mail
Submission of your abstract is final. Changes are not possible after submission.
The Nippon Foundation-POGO Centre of Excellence (NF-POGO CofE) provides world class education and training courses in the field of observational oceanography, since 2008. Starting in 2013, the NF-POGO CofE has been hosted by the Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany's foremost polar and marine research institution. The next training programme (NF-POGO cofE Phase III) will start in autumn 2018.
Training Through Research Surveys (TTRS) is a collaboration with the Marine Institute that increases national capacity in offshore marine research by offering placements on a range of research surveys on-board the national research vessels, RV Celtic Explorer and RV Celtic Voyager. On-board placements provide the experience and skills required to work at sea and facilitate career development in ocean science. Participation also serves as a valuable opportunity to network with leading Irish and European marine scientists.
ENVRIplus launches the third and final call for proposals to access European multi-disciplinary environmental research platforms. ENVRIplus offers opportunities for free-of-charge transnational access to selected user groups to six research facilities in cross-cutting areas in Europe: ATMOSPHERE, BIO-ECOSPHERE, HYDRO-MARINE, AND SOLID EARTH domain.
Interreg Baltic Sea Region opens the third call for project applications in three thematic fields: capacity for innovation, management of natural resources and sustainable transport. In this way, the Programme intends to financially support transnational projects contributing to the development of a more innovative, better accessible and sustainable Baltic Sea region.
The North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA) and the American Salvage Association (ASA) are now accepting applications for the Marine Science Call for Papers Competition! This competition is for high school and undergraduate students who have demonstrated a passion for the marine sciences through a research project - either on marine industry, conservation, or technology. Students are invited to submit an abstract and technical paper describing their projects. Submissions will be reviewed by the education committees of NAMEPA and ASA.
The World Oceans Day Youth Advisory Council is expanding for 2018 by adding 10 new young ocean leaders from around the world. The World Oceans Day Youth Advisory Council helps to expand the reach and impact of World Oceans Day, on 8 June, and year-round. Council members are instrumental in helping shape the development of World Oceans Day as it grows, providing new and unique perspectives, ideas, and recommendations. Launched in 2016, the inaugural Council had 11 members. In 2018, World Oceans Day will double the size of the Council to seek out youth in a wider range of countries.