The COAST-Bordeaux 2017 event will take place this year in Domaine du Haut Carré, France. Running from 7-10 November 2017, the event will bring together an international scientific symposium on coastal and coastline zones. It will also bring together a forum where scientists, professionals of maritime activities, community services and elected officials will be able to discuss isssues related to the impacts of global changes on these areas.
Side events sponsored by Member States, UN system and other Inter-Governmental Organizations as well as Major Groups and other stake holders, will be organized daily at the UN Headquarters in New York, in the margins of the official meetings of the Ocean Conference. The proposed side event should be closely related to the overarching theme of the Conference “Our oceans, our future: partnering for the implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 14”. The side event should constitute a potential contribution to the outcome of the Ocean Conference.
The Third International Ocean Colour Science Meeting will take place this year in Feira International de Lisboa Conference Centre, Lisbon. The event is being convened by the International Ocean Colour Coordinating Group (IOCCG) in partnership with EUMETSAT, ESA, The European Commission and NASA.
The 4ICESM will advance discourse around four themes related to the World Climate Research Programme's Grand Science Challenges. Invited cross-cutting presentations on the history, philosophy and sociology of Earth system science and a conference keynote lecture will complement presentations and posters on each of the themes, as outlined below.
The keynote speaker for the event is Thomas Stocker from University of Bern, Switzerland.
The conference will revolve around 4 main themes;
The 2017 Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) conference will take place in Barcelona, Spain this year. Jointly hosted by the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB) and the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG), the event runs from 3-5 April, and will cover a wide array of topics across the fields of genome sequencing and analysis.
The Conference aims to mobilise a wide group of interested stakeholders to consider joint issues, present common findings as well as highlighting differences between the Sea-basins as identified by the EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints in terms of existing and future monitoring and observation activities, data availability and usefulness to address real problems.
The main objectives of the EMODnet Checkpoints Stakeholder Conference are to:
The fourth Coastal & Maritime Mediterranean Conference CM2 follows up the third Coastal & Maritime Mediterranean Conference held in Ferrara (Italy) in 2015 planned by the Centre Français du Littoral and Pôle Mer Méditerranée but with a stress on corporation activity and intended for both French-speaking and non French-speaking Mediterranean countries. The management of the conference is conducted in parallel with the host country: Croatia in 2017.
The European Shrimp Symposium EuroShrimp 2017 is the premier event for all firms and individuals involved with shrimp production in Europe. It's the only symposium of its kind that brings together shrimp farmers and manager, systems producers, diet producers, shrimp marketers and large scale seafood retailers under the one roof.
The 14th Annual Marine Biological Association (MBA) Postgraduate Conference will be hosted by the University of Exeter’s Penryn campus in Cornwall, from 24 -28th April 2017.
In line with the aims of the MBA, the conference promotes research on all aspects of marine life and environment. It is run by postgraduates, for postgraduates, including Masters and PhD students, and provides opportunities to:
From decade to decade, enormous progress is achieved in our understanding of marine turbulence. A major trigger of this progress is the technological development of oceanic instrumentation, numerical modeling and theory. For the instruments, higher sampling rates, larger data storages and faster data processing facilities generally allow for better resolution, but also open perspectives for novel mechanical, acoustical and optical devices. For the numerical modeling, steadily growing computer resources allow for substantially more complex models and higher resolution than a decade ago.