Conference

Panel discussion on "Developing deep-sea ecosystem models"

As a satellite activity, our Executive Director Professor Sheila Heymans will host a panel discussion on the topic 'Developing deep-sea ecosystem models : What data should the deep-sea biology community focus on collecting over the Ocean Decade in order to support the development of deep-sea ecosystem models to enable scenario testing and evidence-based decision-making?'.

8th Atlantic Stakeholders Platform Conference (ASPC 2021)

ASPC 2021 will be a hybrid event organised with the Irish Presidency of the Atlantic Strategy Committee.

This year’s conference theme, 'Atlantic Pathways to a Green Blue Economy’, will provide opportunities to review the current state-of-play of the Atlantic Action Plan and the way forward. It will also introduce the Community to new players, projects, financing opportunities and innovative ways to collaborate.

It will take place in Dublin, Ireland and online.

Symposium on Decadal Variability of the North Atlantic and its Marine Ecosystems

The Symposium on Decadal Variability is part of a series of decadal symposia organized by ICES, NAFO and IMR, where researchers will convene to review the variability of North Atlantic environmental conditions and marine ecosystems over the past decade. The intention is to understand the relationship between ecosystem components and how they influence the distribution, abundance and productivity of living marine resources.
 

Oceans of Knowledge conference

The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST) will provide a forum for experts, practitioners and ocean users to discuss climate change and the oceans, the theme of its 4th biennial Oceans of Knowledge conference. Organised by the Institute’s Special Interest Group (SIG) on Operational Oceanography, the conference will address three key themes: firstly, the sustainable use of the ocean and its resources, secondly, its role in natural and engineered climate mitigation and thirdly, rising sea levels and coastal vulnerability.
 

World Congress of Marine Stations

The World Congress of Marine Stations (WCMS) will bring together those responsible for Marine Stations and Marine Station networks from around the world to discuss various issues including the status and future of marine stations and how they contribute to the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development. A key focus will be on progress towards the full establishment of the World Association of Marine Stations (WAMS).
 

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