OceanObs’09 conference: broadening the ocean observing system and ensuring its sustainability

September 21st to 25th, 2009, Venice Italy.

Final call: abstract submission for Additional Contributions (posters) closes _August 15th_.

Plenary Papers, drawing from Community White Papers, will be presented by invited speakers. The Plenary Session on “*Biogeochemistry and Ecosystems*” will address the major outstanding science questions related to observing and understanding the carbon system in the ocean as well as the ecosystem, including aspects of carbon sequestration and acidification, of the changes in habitats and the impact of observed changes on corals. Other plenary talks will address ocean colour, ocean ecosystems, ecosystems approaches to resource management, sensor developments, and ocean data systems. Community fora on the future of sustained Biodiversity, Biogeochemical and Ecosystem observations will also be held. This is your opportunity to contribute to the key directions for sustained biogeochemical and ecosystem ocean observations in the next 10 years.



For more information see
http://www.oceanobs09.net/

0 Responses to “OceanObs’09 conference: broadening the ocean observing system and ensuring its sustainability”



  1. Leave a Comment

Leave a Reply




Subscribe to the RSS feed

Follow AnneMarin on Twitter

Blog Stats

  • 1,410,873 hits

OA-ICC HIGHLIGHTS

Ocean acidification in the IPCC AR5 WG II

OUP book


%d bloggers like this: