Environment, Coastal & Offshore (ECO) Magazine, an international applied marine science trade publication, today announced details of its three-part Deep Dive series of special editions in collaboration with the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) and Schmidt Ocean Institute.
Each digital issue, scheduled for publishing in March, June, and September 2023, will shine a multimedia spotlight on trending topics of oceanography and give readers an exclusive, in-depth perspective on the expanding field of applied marine science and ocean research.
The announcement kicks off a milestone year for ECO Magazine, 2023 being the publication’s tenth year in circulation, and follows several editorial changes in late 2022.
“Our decision to launch the Deep Dive series builds on ECO Magazine’s established tradition of producing special editions that seek to highlight and explore the most topical subjects from the world of applied marine science,” said editor Haley McQueen. “ECO Magazine’s mission with the Deep Dive series is to unite marine science experts from across the globe – individuals and organisations alike – dedicated to expanding the understanding and reach of modern-day oceanography as a multidisciplinary field of research, so naturally we are delighted to work with internationally renowned institutions like the Schmidt Ocean Institute and NOC in this exciting project.”
The ECO Magazine editorial team welcomes contributions in the form of written articles, webinars, videos, and podcasts for the following editions:
- Deep Dive I: Ocean Observation: covering ocean chemistry, smart ocean modelling, data management, breakthrough ocean observational methods, and remote marine survey. Draft submissions by March 6, 2023.
- Deep Dive II: Marine Environmental Research: covering remote sensing and marine acoustics, seafloor and habitat mapping, coastal bathymetry, and ports and harbor development. Draft submissions by June 5, 2023.
- Deep Dive III: Deep-Sea Exploration: covering eDNA and bio-logging, ocean sound, deep-sea exploration, seabed mapping, and ocean robots. Draft submissions by September 11, 2023.