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Call for papers: Oceans and Climate Change 2019

A call for papers is now open for the  Symposium "Oceans and Climate Change: Towards a better understanding and handling of the impacts of climate change to oceans, biodiversity and livelihoods", to be held at the University of Malta, Valetta, Malta, on 12th-14th June 2019.


Further details can be seen at:
https://www.haw-hamburg.de/en/ftz-nk/events/oceans2019.html

Earth Observation Summer School, 30 Jul-10 Aug 2018, Frascati (Italy)

Registration deadline: 1 May 2018

 

European Space Agency (ESA) organises a series of summer schools on Monitoring of the Earth System to promote the exploitation of Earth Observation EO data across disciplines, with a specific focus on their assimilation into Earth System models.

 

2018 POGO Visiting Fellowship for Shipboard Training on an Atlantic Meridional Transect (AMT) Cruise

POGO is pleased to announce that in partnership with Plymouth Marine Laboratory, it is offering a POGO-PML Visiting Fellowship for training on-board an Atlantic Meridional Transect (AMT) cruise in 2018. Previously this has proved to be a very successful training programme providing hands-on, sea-going experience to young scientists from developing countries, and the opportunity to be involved in an internationally renowned scientific programme.

 

CLIVAR-FIO Summer School, Qingdao, China, 25-30 June 2018

The CLIVAR-FIO Summer School on “Past, present and Future Sea Level changes” will be organised in Qingdao, China, from June 25 to 30, 2018, back to back with the Training course “Ocean Forecast Systems” of the UNESCO/IOC Regional from July 2 to 7, 2018.

 

The Summer School has the objective to provide early career scientists and engineers specializing in sea level research with an update in observations, knowledge, and understanding for the study of global and regional sea level change and their impacts in coastal areas.

 

OpenMODs project

POGO is supporting #OpenMODS, a project led by OGS in collaboration with AWI

 

OpenMODs aims to devise open access marine observation devices, that will be globally available to all. At this exploratory stage, the project partners are trying to encourage research scientists, potential partners from the private sector, and other interested parties to engage in a discussion about what is needed and how it could be achieved.

 

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