Times-series analysis is the future for environmental sciences to understand natural processes and their dynamics. To support these technical developments, the “Time series analysis in environmental science and applications to climate change” will be held in Tromsø from 8-11 November 2016, with the objective of promoting transfer of knowledge between researchers from various environmental fields. These objectives will be achieved by both training courses (8-9/11) and conference (10-11/11) presentations based on application examples and actual case studies from field experiments.
The IBIS-2017 Conference "Silicon, Silica and their Isotopes: Biology, Biogeochemistry and Biotechnology" aims to share and discuss recent advances and discoveries in:
1) Biological and molecular processes involved in the production of biogenic silica.
2) Ecological and biogeochemical mechanisms behind silica fluxes and stocks in continental and marine ecosystems, including paleo-ecosystems.
The biennial Baltic Sea Science Congress (BSSC) was established 20 years ago, joining the research communities of Baltic Marine Biologists, Baltic Marine Geologists and the Conference of Baltic Oceanographers and is, until today, the main international forum addressing a broad interdisciplinary spectrum of Baltic Sea research.
Sea Tech Week, international marine science and technology week, brings to the city of Brest (France) every two years leading international experts in various marine-related disciplines. 2014 attracted more than a thousand delegates, 40% from abroad.
This conference will take place from 15 - 17 March 2017 in UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, France. During the Conference, there will be the possibility to exhibit at the UNESCO Headquarters in the main Foyer/Pas Perdus.
The agenda include a welcome by Vladimir Ryabinin and Karmenu Vella, talks on the World-wide status and trends of MSP, lessons learnt from countries and engaging stakeholders in MSP.
To encourage the participation of young scientists in international scientific investigations and to promote their involvement in the management and stewardship of the marine environment, the North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) and the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) are co-organizing a conference for Early Career Scientists in Busan, Republic of Korea, in late-May-June.
The World Sponge Conference, hosted every 3-4 years, brings together international scientists from all over the globe to present their latest research findings and to network with colleagues both old and new.
The primary objectives of the Seventh Symposium are: to highlight developments and applications of GIS/Spatial analyses in Fishery and Aquatic Sciences; to exchange ideas and information; and to suggest further improvements, techniques and applications of GIS/Spatial analyses in Fishery and Aquatic Sciences.
The conference organisers are requesting themes for the Seventh Symposium.
SOS 2016 will address the 2016-2030 U.N. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and what they mean for the ocean business community, and advance the development of SDG targets and indicators being developed with and for the Ocean Business Community via the WOC during 2016.
Ocean Industry Status, Trends and 15-Year Projections Will Be Presented at World Ocean Council’s SOS 2016 (Rotterdam, 30 Nov-2 Dec).
There are 5 proposed Plenary sessions:
DEVOTES (DEVelopment Of innovative Tools for understanding marine biodiversity and assessing good Environmental Status) aims to better understand the relationships between pressures from human activities and climate and their effects on marine ecosystems. The objectives of the DEVOTES Final Conference is to bring together policy and private stakeholders from the marine field, to present the project results, discuss the project perspectives and provide key recommendations and inputs from DEVOTES researchers.