SOS 2016 (Rotterdam, 30 Nov-2 Dec) Theme is “Ocean 2030: Sustainable Development Goals and the Ocean Business Community”

27 June 2016

The World Ocean Council is pleased to announce that the Sustainable Ocean Summit (SOS 2016 website, registration and call for abstracts is now open at www.sustainableoceansummit.org…

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Whether you’re a marine scientist keen to be speed-trained in modern ocean science communication skills or a communicator, working for a marine institute, NGO or governmental body, this CommOCEAN International Marine Science Communication event is for you.…

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The need for effective outreach is greater than ever given the present day competition for funding resources and involvement from the general public. This will be a highly practical course which looks at the techniques and technologies that Marine Institutes and both marine information and data managers can…

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Elsevier is pleased to support World Oceans Day, promoting prevention of plastic ocean pollution. June 8 is recognized by the United Nations as a global day of ocean celebration. Read our World Oceans Day 2016 feature on Elsevier Connect for more information.

To mark World Oceans Day 2016,…

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The L’Oréal Foundation and UNESCO invite you to put forward the names of extraordinary female scientists for the 2017 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Awards. 

The 2017 Awards will designate five outstanding researchers in the Physical Sciences, each working in one of the following regions: Africa and…

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By Candida Sete, Clousa Maueua, Ana Maria Alfredo.

National Institute for Hydrography and Navigation (INAHINA).

The study was motivated by the understanding that accidents with artisanal fisherman are common along the cost of Mozambique, despite the availability of the forecast information that would be combined with the traditional…

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