May, 6-10, 2019 - Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada The GODAE OceanView Symposium 2019 "OCeanPredict '19" provides insight into the latest advances in operational oceanography, the various science disciplines involved in producing ocean analyses and forecast, and the requirements for ocean forecasting products and services.
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10-14 December 2018, FAO headquarters, Rome, Italy
Bringing together the wider community of scientists and experts working on fisheries and the marine environment in the Mediterranean and Black Sea in order to build a lasting network, discuss advancements in research, integrate scientific knowledge in support of decision-making and identify research priorities for the coming decade.
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The JONSMOD 2018 Conference will be held from 17 - 19 October 2018 in Florence, Italy and will be hosted by Consorzio LaMMA.
The general theme of JONSMOD conferences is ‘Latest modeling techniques for shallow seas’. The intention of JONSMOD biannual conferences is to allow informal discussions and exchange alongside presentations. In particular, the conference aims to provide a friendly atmosphere to young scientists who wish to present their work to a qualified audience.
JERICO-NEXT Malta Summer School 2018: Operational Oceanography for Blue Growth
“Operational Oceanography for Blue Growth is a week long summer school organised by the JERICO-NEXT project, hosted by the University of Malta (Physical Oceanography Research Group, Department of Geosciences). It will be held from 9th-14th July 2018 and delivered by an international range of renowned experts.
We live on a Blue Planet, and Earth’s waters benefit many sectors of society. The future of our Blue Planet is increasingly reliant on the services delivered by marine and coastal waters. Maintenance of these services relies on the advancement of effective, evidence-based decisions for sustainable development.
The EGU General Assembly 2018 will bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary and space sciences. The EGU aims to provide a forum where scientists, especially early career researchers, can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geoscience. The EGU is looking forward to cordially welcoming you in Vienna.
The Sixth Annual MONGOOS meeting will be organized by HCMR in Athens between 14th and 16th of November. Prior to the Annual Meeting, a one-day Workshop on “Mediterranean Sea Observing systems” will take place, providing the opportunity to the MONGOOS members to discuss the present status and the future of the Mediterranean Observatories.
For more information http://workshop.hcmr.gr/mongoos/