Campus do Mar International Science Conference 2016 'Oceans: Future sustainability challenges'External

Activity Overview

Type: Conference
Start Date: November 17, 2016
End Date: November 18, 2016
Venue: University of Tras-os-Montes and Alto Douro
Website: CdM ISC '16 website
E-mail: domar_isc2016 [at] utad.pt

Abstract submission deadline: June 30, 2016
Early registration deadline: July 20, 2016
Application/registration deadline: October 17, 2016
Registration website: http://domar.utad.pt/RegistrationCdM.aspx

The CdM ISC'16 is the second science conference organized by the CdM. This 2-days event provides a forum for presenting and discussing new research developments in marine science, technology and management. The theme of the conference, "Oceans: Future sustainability challenges", reflects the growing understanding of the importance of ocean sustainability in crucial areas for human wellbeing, namely in the environmental, economic and social dimensions. The CdM ISC'16 is also a prime opportunity for DO*MAR students and other young researchers to present their research achievements, discuss them with senior peers, and submit them to international indexed journals.

The CdM ISC'16 is organized according to the four main problem-driven research areas of the Campus do Mar:
- Ocean Observation and Global Change (the physical, biological, chemical and geological oceanographic processes underpinning biogeochemical cycles as they impact trophic webs and biodiversity; observing networks);
- Sustainable Use of Marine Resources (focusing use, assessment, transformation and valorisation of biological resources, including aquaculture);
- Integrated Management of the Sea (addressing environmental assessment of coastal zones, coastal and maritime planning, marine protected areas, coastal protection and maritime security);
- Technological Progress, Engineering and Business Management (including port infrastructures, maritime management and transport, energy, law and competitiveness).