The UK’s National Oceanography Centre is hosting a brand new marine autonomy and technology showcase from 14-18 November at the NOC’s waterfront site in Southampton. The full programme of events and registration is available now on the NOC’s conference website.
26–27 September 2016 – more than 150 scientists and engineers from universities, research centres and businesses around the world will make their way to Southampton to take part in ‘Everyone’s Gliding Observatories’, the 7th international conference on autonomous ocean gliders and their applications.
4–7 October 2016 We live and breathe science. From the air in our lungs to whether of not it rains today, environmental science explains much of what happens to us. Did you know that air quality matters to your health? Or that the sea provides more vital resources than simply a tasty dinner?
The MSCC will be holding one of only two Plenary meetings held per year at NOC on the 21–22 September 2016.
The MSCC is a steering committee which identifies opportunities for the alignment and development of UK marine science to inform policy decisions and forward the implementation of the UK Marine Science Strategy.
5–8 September 2016 – The 17th biennial Challenger Society for Marine Science conference will be held in Liverpool, jointly hosted by the National Oceanography Centre, Liverpool University and Liverpool John Moores University.
GEOHAB (Marine Geological and Biological Habitat Mapping) is an international association of marine scientists studying biophysical (i.e., geologic and oceanographic) indicators of benthic habitats and ecosystems as proxies for biological communities and species diversity.