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100 Years of Science under ICES. Helsinki, Finland
The International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES), the world's oldest intergovernmental marine science organization, will celebrate its Centenary in 2002. To commemorate this historic occasion, a number of activities, events, and celebrations have been commissioned by the Council to take place in that year and the preceding several years. One of the major events will be this Symposium.
10th International Congress on Marine Corrosion an
10th ICMCF incorporating 2nd U.S./Pacific Rim Workshop on Emerging Non-Metallic Materials for the Marine Environment Includes conference proceedings.
12th Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, Oregon, US.
Themes for the 2004 meeting include observing systems and technology, paleoclimatology and paleoceanography, coastal ocean processes, ecosystem modeling, ocean physics and climate influences.
13th International Symposium on Unmanned Untethere
Seeks to provide a mechanism for the exchange of information among members of the research, development and user communities involved in the development of autonomous underwater systems. Historically, these Symposia have attracted large international participation.
1996 Ocean Sciences Meeting, San Diego, California
Program and selected abstracts database.
1998 Ocean Sciences Meeting, San Diego, California
1998 Ocean Sciences Meeting containing program and selected online abstracts.
1st International Conference of the Coastal Networ
Conference to promote the sustainable coastal zone development in the Baltic Sea Region based on local and regional commitment and action.
1st International Coral Reef Conference, Paris, Fr
Organized by Récif France society and Reefkeeper.net, the conference aims to raise public awareness about Coral Reefs, to share experience and skills, and delight visitors with a large number of topical talks from and a great number of some of the most knowledgeable people in the field.
2001 : An Ocean Odyssey. Mar del Plata, Argentina,
Joint assemblies of the International association for Physical Sciences of the ocean and the International Association for Biological Oceanography.
2002 ICES Annual Science Conference and Centenary,
Subjects covered include ocean processes, ocean observations, marine ecosystems and the affect of man and aquaculture. Abstracts of the theme sessions are available.
2002 Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii. 11-
Online abstracts and conference details of the 2002 Ocean Sciences Meeting.
2004 Ocean Research Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Co-sponsored by the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography and The Oceanography Society this conference will provide a forum for researchers to highlight recent advances with an emphasis on the integration of aquatic sciences as well as the breadth of ocean research including engineering, industrial, public policy, and marine research.
27th International Conference on Coastal Engineeri
The 27th ICCE continues the tradition of this successful conference series, which is the world's premier forum on coastal engineering and related sciences.
28th International Liege Colloquium on Ocean Hydro
Modelling hydrodynamically dominated marine ecosystems.
29th International Liege Colloquium on Ocean Hydro
Marine turbulence revisited. In the last decade, with in particular the development of sophisticated new techniques of measurements, substantial progresses have been made in understanding marine turbulence while, in the same time, uncovering more of its complexity.
2nd International Congress on Marine Science and
Oceans III Millenium Congress covering oceanology and human development between the coastline and the continantal margin.
30th International Liege Colloquium on Ocean Hydro
Hydrodynamical and ecosystem processes in ice covered seas of the Southern and Northern Hemispheres.
31st International Liege Colloquium on Ocean Hydro
Three-dimensional ocean circulation: Lagrangian measurements and diagnostic analyses.
33rd International Liege Colloquium on Ocean Dynam
The use of data assimilation in coupled hydrodynamic, ecological and bio-geo-chemical models of the ocean.
37th DEFRA Conference of River and Coastal Enginee
The conference covers a broad range of interests centered on the management of river and coastal flood risks and coastal erosion, and is now generally held to have developed into one of UK's premier engineering related conferences with attendance regularly approaching 400 delegates.
3rd Black Sea Conference. Varna, Bulgaria, June 6-
Organized by the Bulgarian National Committee of the International Water Association.
3rd Colloquium on Oceanography of the Eastern Paci
Biennial colloquium bringing together the most recent research performed on oceanography of the Eastern Pacific.
3rd International Conference on Maritime Terminolo
What is nowadays the situation of specialized communication in the domains of maritime sciences and/or technologies? Must countries silently submit to linguistic globalization? Which (dis)advantages may rise from linguistic globalization?
3rd Ocean Technology Workshop, Plymouth, Ma. Septe
Leaders in marine technology manufacturing and services provide hands-on training and at-sea equipment demonstrations on their latest products. The workshop is arranged by the Marine and Oceanographic Technology Network, a regional oceanographic association based in New England.
3rd Symposium on the Iberian Atlantic Margin. Faro
Presentation and discussion of scientific papers in the following areas (amongst others): physical, geological, chemical and biological oceanographies, marine geophysics, hydrology, marine ecology, pollution, marine geology, geodesy, and marine resources.
4th International Zooplankton Production Symposium
The Symposium defined the current 'state of the art' of zooplankton ecology and determined the key research initiatives to be pursued in the 21st century.
5th International Conference on Environmental Futu
Environmental Future of Aquatic Ecosystems - an assessment of threats to resilience and likely changes in major aquatic systems over a time horizon of the next 25 years.
5th Unmanned Underwater Vehicle Showcase, Southamp
Meet with commercial, defence, scientific and research industry colleagues, users and potential users of unmanned vehicles at the Southamton Oceanography Centre.
7th Annual Deepwater Technologies & Developmen
The conference will discuss the latest technological improvements, deepwater activities, and assemble the experts in deepwater drilling to confer on solutions to technicological barriers.
7th International Coastal Symposium, Northern Irel
A multi-disciplinary international symposium convened for scientists, engineers and managers to discuss the latest advances in the scientific understanding, engineering and environmental issues of coastal processes. Offers field trips to coastal sites of Northern Ireland.
7th International Symposium on Fish Physiology, To
Concentrated on the science of eutrophication and hypoxia, as they affect both freshwater and marine fishes.
9th International Coral Reef Symposium. Bali, Indo
An international forum for exchanging information and ideas and transfer of technologies and knowledge among researchers, managers, policy makers and other stakeholders in coral reefs.
American Cichlid Association Convention, Cleveland
Convention features many educational talks conducted by World Renowned Cichlid Experts many who have written books, conducted collecting trips, and have kept Cichlids for decades. An awards Banquet and Hospitality suite delight and entertain guests for this 4 day event. Cichlid show, awards banquet, free beer, seminars study groups, cichlids, angelfish, discus,oscar,tropical fish,aquarium,
BaltCoast - Managing the Baltic Sea
The conference took place in Rostock-Warnemünde, Germany, between 26th and 28th April 2004. It focused on research, planning and management of the Baltic Sea. All results are available for download.
Benthic Dynamics Conference, Aberdeen, March 25-29
In-situ surveillance of the sediment-water interface. International conference and workshop aiming to bring together scientists with a proven capability for in-situ marine benthic experimentation.
California and the World Ocean 2002, Santa Barbara
Continuation of a state-sponsored conference of the same name first held almost 40 years ago, and then again in 1997. CWO '02 will provide an opportunity to use California as a case study and a springboard for discussions on the best ways to create, implement, or improve ocean and coastal resource management strategies for coastal states, territories, and commonwealths located throughout the United States and the world.
Coast to Coast 2002, Tweed Heads, NSW, Australia.
Will focus on the successes, problems and challenges facing the Australian coast and examine the roles of government and community in coastal management. Field trips will show delegates the practical aspects of coastal issues, while focus papers will encourage maximum participation to develop viable actions. These actions will be road-tested during a high-profile hypothetical session on the last day.
Coastal Dynamics 2001. Lund, Sweden, June 11-14, 2
The Conference theme is Forcing and Response in Coastal Dynamics, where the forcing may be natural or anthropogenic. This theme recognizes the importance in coastal research of looking at coastal processes as cause and effect. The theme encompasses field, laboratory, theoretical, and numerical studies, with emphasis on achieving comprehensive understanding of coastal processes and prediction of long-term and large-scale evolution of our coastlines.
Coastal Engineering 2003, Cadiz, Spain. June 23-25
Sixth International Conference on Computer Modelling and Experimental Measurements of Seas and Coastal Regions.
Coastal Ocean Modelling, New London, USA. June 22-
Gordon Research Conference covering operational forecasting, data assimilation, shelf-ocean interactions, physical/biological coupling, lagrangian methods and turbulence closure.
Coastal ocean processes and observatories: Advanci
Workshop that examined the potential advances that can be achieved by inclusion of observatory-based measurements, assimilative modeling techniques and other emerging technologies into coastal research initiatives.
Coastal Sediments 2003, Florida, US. May 18-23, 20
A multi-disciplinary international conference convened for researchers and practitioners to discuss science and engineering issues of coastal sediment processes. The conference will provide a high level technical forum for exchange of information among the fields of coastal engineering, geology, oceanography, meteorology, physical oceanography, and biology.
Coastal Society 18th International Conference, Gal
The Coastal Society conference explores the interrelationships amongst the physical, ecological, cultural and political currents that converge at our nation's coasts.
Coastal Zone Canada 2000, September 17-22, 2000
Coastal Zone Canada 2000 will address the theme "Coastal Stewardship: Lessons Learned and the Paths Ahead" and will be held in Saint John, New Brunswick.
Colour of Ocean Data Symposium, Brussels, Belgium.
Symposium on oceanographic data and information management with special attention to biological data.
EGS XXIII General Assembly, Nice, France. April 2
European Geophysical Society annual meeting with several papers given on oceanography.
EGS XXIV General Assembly, The Hague, Netherlands.
European Geophysical Society annual assembly which covered global ocean circulation, ocean processes, coastal/shelf sea dynamics, operational oceanography and oceanic chemistry.
EGS XXV General Assembly , Nice, France. April 25
European Geophysical Society Meeting with a programme that addressed a wide range of oceanographic research areas.
EGS XXVI General Assembly, Nice, France. March 25-
European Geophysical Society Meeting with a programme that covered all areas of oceanography from deep sea to shelf-edge/coastal.
EGS XXVII General Assembly, Nice, France. April 2
European Geophysical Society Meeting with a programme that covers all areas of oceanography from deep sea to shelf-edge/coastal.
EGS-AGU-EUG Joint Assembly, Nice, France. April 6-
European Geophysical Socienty, American Geophysical Union and European Union of Geosciences Joint Assembly.
ELOISE 3rd Open Science Meeting, The Netherlands,
The European Land-Ocean Interactions Studies meeting is open to all scientists with an interest in the complex and multiple problems of the coastal zone. At this meeting the scientific results from fifteen major EU projects will be synthesised.
Estuarine Research Federation 2001. Florida, US. 4
16th Biennial International Conference of the Estuarine Research Federation.
EurOCEAN 2000, Hamburg, Germany, August 29 - Septe
A forum to advance the key issues in European marine research and intends in particular to foster the exchange of ideas across the boundaries of science, administration and policy. Therefore, all administrators and politicians as well as scientists and engineers from the private and public sectors in marine science and ocean technology are invited to attend and participate in the discussions or present papers.
Exchange Processes at the Ocean Margins, Liège, Ma
The 32nd International Liège Colloquium provides the opportunity to consider how deep oceanic and shallower shelf seas interact in ways not yet fully understood.
First International ICES Symposium on Fish Behavio
Symposium aims to integrate the scientific knowledge of fishery scientists, behavioural ecologists and mathematical modellers in a multidisciplinary approach to the study of fish behaviour in exploited ecosystems.
Fourth International Conference on Environmental P
Coastal Environment 2002 will address the subjects of monitoring, analysis, and modelling of coastal regions including, air and ground phenomena.?Organised by Wessex Institute of Technology, UK.
ICES 1995 Annual Science Conference, Aalborg, Denm
Annual International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) conference covering marine and oceanographic sciences.
ICES 1996 Annual Science Conference, Reykjavik, Ic
Annual International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) conference covering marine and oceanographic sciences.
ICES 1997 Annual Science Conference, Baltimore, Ma
Annual International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) conference covering marine and oceanographic sciences.
ICES 1998 Annual Science Conference, Cascais, Port
Annual International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) conference covering marine and oceanographic sciences.
ICES 2001 Annual Science Conference, Oslo, Norway.
Annual International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) conference covering marine and oceanographic sciences.
ICES Acoustics in Fisheries Symposium. Montpellier
As climate change, environmental factors, and fisheries depletion increase concern about marine life, the need for accurate assessments of fish and plankton becomes ever more urgent. Acoustical methods are the primary remote-sensing tool in the aquatic environment. The fifth ICES Symposium on acoustics of aquatic systems will explore recent advances and the expansion of acoustical methods into a broad range of environments.
ICES Annual Science Conference, Tallin, Estonia.
Sessions cover marine ecosystem observation, function, and change and the interactions of people with marine ecosystems.
ICES Annual Science Conference. Bruges, Belgium,
International Council for the Exploration of the Sea annual science conference.
ICES Annual Science Conference. Stockholm (Folkets
International Council for the Exploration of the Sea annual science conference.
International Coastal Symposium. Rotorua, New Zeal
Challenges for the 21st Century in Coastal Science, Engineering and Environment.
International Conference on Estuarine and Coastal
Focusing on the application of models to solve engineering and environmental assessment problems.
International Conference on Maritime Terminology,
The primary object of the First International Conference of Maritime Terminology was to bring together specialists in the language of seafarers and those involved in the study or teaching of maritime terminology. The present Proceedings include the various papers presented at the Conference.
International Liege Colloquium on Ocean Dynamics,
Papers dealing with any aspect of tracer methods may be submitted, including theoretical, observational and numerical approaches. Contributions related to climatological analyses of marine data will also be highly appreciated. Studies related to atmospheric processes are welcome, especially if they deal with methods that can be used in marine applications.
International Marine Biotechnology Conference, Que
Share new knowledge in marine biotechnology and view Australia's megabiodiversity.
International Summer School on Coastal and Marine
Rostock-Warnemünde, Germany. Focuses on the understanding of regional sea ecosystems, as well as natural and anthropogenic influences on coastal seas. Also discusses recent developments, pressures and problems in coastal and marine systems.
International Summer School on Surface Ocean-Lower
School introducing the new international research programme on Surface Ocean-Lower Atmosphere Study (SOLAS). SOLAS aims to achieve quantitative understanding of the key biogeochemical-physical interactions and feedbacks between the ocean and the atmosphere, and how this coupled system affects and is affected by climate and environmental changes. The school is intended for graduate students at all levels in environmental and pure sciences, with interests in air-sea interactions.
JGOFS Open Science Conference, Washington DC. May
Final Joint Global Ocean Flux Study (JGOFS) Open Science Conference entitled 'A Sea of Change: JGOFS Accomplishments and the Future of Ocean Biogeochemistry'.
Littoral 2002, Porto, Portugal. September 22-26, 2
6th International Biennial Conference providing an international network for the exchange and dissemination of information and experience and promoted by EUROCOAST and EUCC.
Maritime World 2025, Greenwich, London, April 3-5,
The purpose of this conference is to enhance awareness of potential changes in the world economic and political scene during the next 25 years associated with developments in the maritime world, and to assess the opportunities and challenges provided by the oceans for protecting, preserving and promoting sustainability. Each maritime industry, from shipping to mariculture, will be represented, sharing the platform with those concerned with the environment, law of the sea and international governance.
Ocean Margin Research Conference, Paris, France. S
Aimed to increase our knowledge about the functioning of ocean margin systems. It will also promote the wise use of the seafloor and sub seafloor of the Earth's ocean margin system as a source of natural marine resources. Sponsored by the European Commission and UNESCO.
Ocean Sciences Meeting, San Antonio, Texas. Janua
This meeting is designed specifically to meet the needs of oceanographers, limnologists, meteorologists, and also scientists working in related areas.
Oceanology International
Aim is to establish a joint ocean forum, by enabling many complementary key events to be held in one place and at one time, therefore bringing together a range of the most highly respected societies, organizations and groups.
OCEANS: Ocean Biogeochemistry and Ecosystems Analy
IGBP and SCOR are developing a new project focussed on ocean biogeochemistry and ecosystems and the impacts of global change. This Open Science Conference invites input into the development of the science focus of the project through plenary sessions, workshops and poster presentations.
Offshore Technology Conference
Managers, engineers, operators, scientists, and students meet to review new technologies, establish international business relationships, enhance business development, and discover solutions to key issues in the offshore industry.
Pacific Islands Climate Change Conference. Raroton
Improving the understanding of and responding to climate change and sea-level rise.
Past and Present Water Anoxia, Crimea, Ukraine. Oc
NATO Advanced Research Workshop focussed on four main topics: nutrient and metal cycling at the oxic/anoxic interface, ecology of the oxic/anoxic interface, biogeochemistry of anaerobic methane oxidation, and anoxic conditions in the past.
Physical Oceanography of Strait of Gibraltar II In
II International Symposium on the water masses exchange Physical Oceanography of Strait of Gibraltar with emphasis on physical processes and their consequences on the marine biology and the numerical simulation of physical and bio-chemical processes on its surroundings.
PICES Annual Meeting
North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) meeting schedule.
Polar Marine Science, Ventura, US. March 16-21, 20
Gordon Research Conference on the changes taking place in the polar oceans covering the impacts of a changing climate on physical, chemical, biological and coupled systems.
Reduced Descriptions of Coupled GFD Systems, Febru
IMA Workshop: Reduced Descriptions of Coupled GFD Systems (Slow Manifolds in the Ocean and Atmosphere).
Scientific and Policy Challenges towards an effect
Aims at providing a forum for exchanging and disseminating scientific environmental and socio-economic knowledge, experiences and achievements, obtained within the framework of activities devoted to regional sustainability, preservation, management and protection of the Black Sea/Mediterranean ecosystem and its natural resources.
Third International Conference on Marine Bioinvasi
Covered ecological and genetic consequences of bioinvasions, management responses and impacts and riskaccessment.
Water Pollution 2003, Cadiz, Spain. June 18-20, 20
Seventh International Conference on Modelling, Measuring and Prediction of Water Pollution. The meeting's chief objective is to provide a forum for discussion for scientists and managers working in different aspects of water pollution. It is anticipated that the wealth of information exchanged in such an international meeting will be of great benefit to all involved with water pollution problems.
Waves 01. San Francisco, September 3-5, 2001.
Fourth International Symposium on Ocean Wave Measurement and Analysis.
Waves and Operational Oceanography, Brest, France.
A scientific workshop to assess the current state of knowledge on waves in relation to currents, surface drifts and air-sea interactions hosted by the French Hydrographic and Oceanographic Service (SHOM).