IMBIZO 5: “Marine biosphere research for a sustainable ocean: Linking ecosystems, future states and resource management”, 2-5 October 2017, Woods Hole, USA

Deadline for abstract submission: 30 May 2017!

The fifth IMBeR IMBIZO (the Zulu word for a gathering) will be hosted by the Ocean, Carbon & Biogeochemistry Group at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA, USA from 2-6 October 2017.

IMBIZO 5 will follow the usual format of three concurrent but interacting workshops. The three workshops are:

  • Critical constraints on future projections of marine systems (co-Chairs: Laurent Bopp and Eric Galbraith)
  • Metabolic diversity and evolution in marine biogeochemical cycling and ocean ecosystem processes (co-Chairs: Gerhard Herndl and Tatiana Rynearson)
  • Management Strategy Evaluation: Achieving transparency in natural resource management by quantitatively bridging social and natural science uncertainties (co-Chairs: Ingrid van Putten and Cisco Werner)

To ensure an environment conducive to interaction and discussion, each workshop will be limited to around 40 participants. For a diversity of scientific interests, participants will be selected according to their research interests and the abstracts that they submit.

Choose a workshop, and submit an abstract!

Further information.

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