UK Sea Level Science Meeting

Phil Woodworth receiving his MBE (British Ceremonial Arts Ltd)

 In honour of Philip Woodworth

To be held at the Liverpool Medical Institute, Liverpool, 12-13 March 2015


The National Oceanography Centre will host a two-day meeting focused on sea-level research conducted in the UK. In addition to honouring the many contributions of Philip Woodworth to sea-level science during his career, we also hope that the meeting will provide a forum for strengthening collaborations across the country and for discussing the establishment of a yearly UK sea level meeting. The meeting will have six broad sessions, each with a keynote talk and three additional talks chosen from submitted abstracts. Please use the links to the left for additional information.

Registration and abstract submission are now closed.  We have sent individual emails regarding registration, abstracts, and the dinner.  If you have not received an email that you were expecting, please contact mtam at  If you are registered and would like to bring a poster, we have additional space available.







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