‘Lessons from two high CO2 worlds’ symposium – abstract deadline extended and travel grants available

Abstract submission for the ‘Lessons from two high CO2 worlds – future oceans and intensive aquaculture’ symposium in Ponta Delgada, Azores, 10-12 April 2018, has been extended to Midnight (GMT) on 21 February 2018.

There is also an opportunity for students and early career scientists to apply for travel grants, ranging from £250 – £500, to support their attendance at the symposium. The deadline for travel grant application is 2 March 2018, and further information including eligibility criteria is available on the SEB website.

– Carol Turley OBE (Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK) – CO2 and the ocean: An increasingly important issue on global to local scales for governments and society
– Christopher Good (The Conservation Fund’s Freshwater Institute, USA) – Assessing the impacts of dissolved carbon dioxide in intensive water recirculation aquaculture
– Cory Suski (University of Illinois, USA) – Carbon dioxide and freshwater fish: Insights from barrier applications
– Göran Nilsson (University of Oslo, Norway) – Neurophysiological mechanisms linking high-CO2 with altered behaviour
– Philip Munday (James Cook University, Australia) – Ocean acidification and marine fishes: the current state of knowledge, uncertainties, and future perspectives
– Rod Wilson (University of Exeter, UK) – Using fundamental physiology to tackle high CO2 associated problems in aquaculture
– Bill Dewey (Taylor Shellfish Farms, USA) – Impacts of ocean acidification on United States west coast shellfish aquaculture
– Chris Harley (University of British Columbia, Canada) – Ocean acidification impacts: Confronting complexity and context-dependence
– Grant Stentiford (Cefas, UK) – Disease as the major barrier to sustainable aquaculture production to 2050
– Sam Dupont (University of Gothenburg, Sweden) – From local adaptation to resilience– how to predict (and be prepared) for future global changes

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