Equipping marine animals with biological and physical sensors is a long-established approach for studying their behaviour, their ecology and their environment, and has been producing rich data streams for several decades.
The 8th Atlantic Stakeholders Platform Conference (ASPC 2021) is now open for registrations. ASPC 2021 will take place one year after the launch of the Atlantic Action Plan 2.0 – A New Approach to the Atlantic Maritime Strategy. The occasion provides stakeholders of the Atlantic Community the opportunity to review the current state-of-play of the Atlantic Action Plan and the way forward.
The Conference aims to:
Aarhus University will host the 13th Baltic Sea Science Congress, 2021. During the congress, the state-of-the-art in our scientific understanding of the Baltic Sea functioning will be presented and implications for ecosystem management discussed.
In 2021, the update of the HELCOM Baltic Sea Action Plan is expected to be adopted and the UN Decade of Ocean Science will commence. In light of these important milestones, a prime focus of the 13th BSSC will be to establish a platform for connecting scientists and decision makers.
On October 12th-13th the Blue Growth Community will celebrate the 2nd Annual Assembly and Seminar on Sustainable Blue Economy, which will take place in Crete, Greece.
More information and agenda will follow soon
the 6th International Marine Connectivity Conference (iMarCo 2021) will be held at the Natural History Museum in Paris, France, between December 6–7, 2021. The meeting is co-organised by the GDRi iMarCo (https://wwz.ifremer.fr/gdrmarco) and the Cost Action SEA-UNICORN (https://www.sea-unicorn.com/).
The 7th edition of the Ramon Margalef Colloquia: "A cross-system view of the biological carbon cycle in the anthropocene", will be held online from 5-8 October 2021.
The 2021 Colloquia aims at promoting creative thinking by bringing together ecological knowledge from experts on terrestrial, limnetic and marine systems.
IMBIZO is the Zulu word for ‘a gathering’. IMBeR IMBIZOs are designed to address current research topics, facilitate transdisciplinary research, and provide assessments of current understanding and future research needs. IMBIZOs are held every second year, and are relatively small conferences (around 120 people) that consist of concurrent workshops, each of which considers an important research topic. In addition, plenary presentations provide overviews for each workshop, and cross-cutting activities and poster sessions allow integration across workshops.
Full registration to the EMODnet Open Conference (14-16 June 2021) and its virtual exhibition is now open!.
This online event will provide a unique opportunity to bring together EMODnet partners, data providers and users from Europe and beyond, to discuss the value of EMODnet data, data products and services, celebrate existing and emerging partnerships, as well as co-design EMODnet’s next phase to 2030 and beyond.
CIHEAM Montpellier is organizing the 3rd Mediterranean Forum intended for PhD students and young researchers of the Mediterranean region.
The forum will focus on 'understanding mediterranean agriculture food systems and their supply chain actors under local, regional and global uncertainty'.
All participants of the MedForum 2021 should present a communication (3 types of communications are available) and must submit an abstract.
The 4th Symposium on Decadal Variability of the North Atlantic and it’s Marine Ecosystem: 2010-2019 will take place 26-28 April 2022 in Bergen, Norway.