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/
From 25 to 29 September, Mercator Ocean will organize in Brussels the Copernicus Marine Week an open forum meant for stakeholders, contributors and for beneficiaries of the EU Marine Service and beyond.
From 18 to 22 September the Plymouth Marine Laboratory will organize the training course "Ocean-colour data in climate studies advanced training short course".
The Ocean & Climate Scholars Programme is an intensive, fully funded workshop examining our past, present and future climate, the oceans interact and our influence at global, regional & local scales
The 1st Advanced school on Multispecies modelling Approaches for ecosystem based marine REsource management in the MEDiterranean Sea (AMARE-MED 2017) will be held in Torretta Granitola (Sicily) at the Unit of Capo Granitola of the Institute for Marine and Coastal Environment (IAMC-CNR), Italy, from 30 July to 5 August 2017.
The first International Mobilization and Mutual Learning Workshop on “Sustainable Maritime and Coastal Tourism, Sea Pressures and Responsible Research and Innovation – RRI”, will be held in Venice the 4th of April.
The fourth World Ocean Summit will bring a critical eye to the vital issue of how to finance a sustainable ocean economy. The aim is to mobilise a new discussion on how capital and the private sector can drive scalable, sustainable investment in the ocean.