CMORE summer course in Microbial Oceanography
This summer’s course,  would be hosted by the University of Hawaii, will run from May 31-July 8, 2011.  The course is open to students and post-docs with interests in microbial and biological  oceanography; information about the course and the online application can be found at: summercourse/2011/
The application deadline is Jan. 28, 2011.


Конференция Arctic Tipping Points

Arctic Tipping Points  23-29 January 2011
University of Tromsø – Teorifagbygget

Science section: 26–28 January 2011
The Arctic in the Earth System perspective: the role of tipping

The science sessions will focus upon the changing Arctic, and on the challenge of handling tipping points, in science and in the advisory
role toward business and management. Four main topics will be

   * Sea ice and oceanographic perspectives
   * Marine ecosystems and fisheries
   * Socioeconomic and institutional perspectives (social, economic
and institutional perspectives)
   * People of the North 

Сайт конференции:

Avdanced School on complexity, Adaptation and Emergence in Marine Ecosystems

to be held in Trieste, Italy, on October 18-27 2010

 The school is co-organized by DTU-ICTP-OGS, and will be held at ICTP, it
is endorsed by ISEM, and possibly it will be endorsed by IMBER
the advanced school aims to cover - with tutorial , lessons,
discussions, labs
activities- different 'novel' approaches to model plankton and marine
ecosystems (from mechanist interactions, fitness and behaviour, game
theory, adaptation trait based models ..)

list of lectures include well known experts, but surely significant
contributions will come also from participants.

number of participant is limited, we aiemd at 30 to 50 people.
interseted people must apply BEFORE 31 May 2010.

there is no registration fee, and financial support is avialable for
people from emerging coutries.

more detail and ONLINE APPLICATION can be accessed at the website 2170  

HCMR Organises Summer School, Athens, July 2010
HCMR is organising a summer school on “Mediterranean Marine Ecosystems: Functioning and Evolution” sponsored by the Latsis Foundation, in Greece.
The summer school will be held in Athens, from 1 to 15 July 2010.It will be conducted in English and attended by about 30 postgraduate students having a degree on Marine Sciences and special interest in the Mediterranean Sea.

Deadline for aplications 23/04/2010

It will be organised in several sessions addressing the best possible way the major environmental challenges in the Mediterranean Sea. The following sessions have been chosen to represent better related issues:

  •  Mediterranean and World Ocean: Similarities, differences and
  • peculiarities
  • Food web in Mediterranean Marine Ecosystems
  • Biodiversity, non-indigenous species
  • Outbreaks of population (i.e. jellyfish)
  • Extreme environments in the Mediterranean (Brine pools, volcanoes, mud
  • volcanoes etc.)
  • Coastal zones and pressures and Habitat Fragmentation • Oceanography from space: Advantages and disadvantages, first results
  • Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) Fisheries and Productivity
  • Impacts of climate change on the ecosystems, accidification
  • Socioeconomic scenarios latsisfoundationsummerschool20 10

Летняя школа "Climate Change: zooming in the problem and its solution"

Летняя школа будет проходить 21-23 Июля в городе Сан-Себастьян, Испания.

Есть тревел гранты для студентов.

Дедлаин для регестрации 15 Июля. 

Дедлайн по грантам 28е апреля


Конференция "Природа шельфа и архипелагов Европейской Арктики"

7-30 октября 2010, Мурманск

Приглашаем вас принять участие в работе X юбилейной международной конференции "Природа шельфа и архипелагов Европейской Арктики", организованной Мурманским морским биологическим институтом КНЦ РАН совместно с Министерством экономического развития и торговли РФ, Министерством образования и науки РФ и Федеральной службой по гидрометеорологии и мониторингу окружающей среды.

Информационное письмо (pdf) 


Alpine Summer School "Buoyancy Driven Flows"

Alpine Summer School 2010 - Course XVIII

"Buoyancy Driven Flows"

to be held in Valsavarenche, Valle d'Aosta (Italy), 21-30 June, 2010

Deadline for applications: April 26th, 2010:

Buoyancy is one of the main forces driving flows on our planet, especially in the ocean and atmosphere. Buoyancy driven flows encompass a wide spectrum of geophysical flows that range from buoyant coastal currents to dense overflows in the ocean, and from avalanches to volcanic pyroclastic flows on the Earth's surface.

The ocean displays an exceptionally wide range of buoyancy-driven flows. Globally, buoyancy-driven currents are primarily responsible for the redistribution of fresh water throughout the world's oceans and play a key role in the global ocean circulation and climate change through their impact on deep-water formation. Formation of dense water usually occurs in marginal seas which are either cooler (at high latitude) or saltier (due to a greater rate of evaporation). The dense water enters the ocean as an entraining gravity-driven current (i.e. an overflow), descending the continental slope (e.g. the Mediterranean outflow into the North Atlantic) and entrains ocean water as it descends. The final properties of dense current water masses are of global importance since they become part of the global ocean circulation. An understanding of the detailed flow behavior and the entrainment/mixing by such dense currents is therefore critical to our understanding of the stratification of the oceans. Finally, buoyant coastal currents transport fresh water, heat, nutrients, sediments, biogeochemicals, pollutants, and biological organisms along many continental shelves and, hence, have important impacts on ecosystems, fisheries, and the coastal circulation.

The lectures will first give a broad overview of the current state-of-the-art research in buoyancy-driven flows and will be put in the context of a wider range of geophysical problems (avalanches, volcanic flows, atmospheric flows, etc.). Then, more specific lectures will focus on the importance of correctly representing processes than are not currently resolved in the ocean component of climate models. Given the impact of buoyancy flows on the ocean circulation and the earth's climate, we consider it timely to bring together leading scientists to summarize our present theoretical, experimental, and modeling understanding of buoyancy-driven flows.

One major objective of the school is to expose young graduate students and recent Ph.D.s to the importance of buoyancy-driven flows in the ocean circulation and in the present day climate from a combined theoretical, experimental, and modeling point of view. The lecture notes will be published as text book.


Конференция 50 лет МОК ЮНЕСКО 2010

Межправительственная океанографическая комиссия (МОК) ЮНЕСКО отмечает 50-летний юбилей в 2010 году.

В рамках мероприятий к пятидесятилетию МОК
27—30 Aпреля 2010г.
Российский государственный гидрометеорологический университет в Санкт-Петербурге проводит
Международную конференцию
«50 лет развития образования и просвещения для формирования будущего океанов и прибрежных территорий»

Конференция предназначена для организаций, физических лиц и групп, но не ограничена только ими. Среди участников могут быть международные, правительственные и неправительственные организации, финансирующие организации, лица, ответственные за разработку политики действий, включая государственных деятелей, ученых, разработчиков, исследователей, практиков, а также преподавателей, студентов и население. Участникам будет предложено обсудить и внести новые идеи и элементы передовой практики обучения и просвещения, реализация которых принесет пользу обществу.

Обращайтесь за более подробной информацией:

Oceanology International. конференция и выставка.

Oceanology International is the world’s premier meeting place for the marine science and ocean technology community.

Oceanology is attended by a global community of engineers, scientists, legislators, policy makers and management professionals with responsibility across all of the ocean science and marine technology spectrum.


32nd International Conference on Coastal Engineering

Shanghai, China

June 30 – July 5, 2010

Invitation to ICCE 2010
The Local Organizing Committee of ICCE 2010 together with the Chinese Ocean Engineering Society warmly invite you to attend the 32nd International Conference on Coastal Engineering, hosted by Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute and Shanghai Jiaotong University, at the Shanghai International Convention Center in Shanghai, China on June 30 to July 5, 2010. The conference is being organized under the auspices of the Coastal Engineering Research Council (CERC) of the Coasts, Ocean, Ports and Rivers Institute (COPRI) of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
The Shanghai International Convention Center, having another name as Oriental Riverside Hotel, is the first 5-star convention hotel located in the heart of Lujiazui district, Shanghai's financial and trade center, southwest to the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, and adjacent to the site of World Expo 2010 Shanghai. It is accessible from all parts of the city with various modern modes transportation. The hotel has 260 well-furnished guestrooms, comprehensive recreational facilities and meeting venues. A number of nearby hotels will be available to meet the different needs of participants.
Shanghai is the largest economic center and an important port city in China, with a land area covering 6,340 square kilometers and a population of over 16 million people. More than 100 foreign countries and regions have investments in some local projects, taking advantage of the 74 deepwater berths and 20 international container piers at the Shanghai Port. The Yangshan International Deep Water Port under construction is expected to give a modern twist to the port city. Shanghai is also a prominent historical city in China with rich cultural heritages. The vintage western style buildings on the Bund and the modern Lujiazui financial center in Pudong (to the east of the Huangpu River) reflect on each other over the Huangpu River.
I sincerely welcome you to ICCE 2010 and look forward to meeting you in Shanghai in June/July 2010.
Prof. Xie Shileng, LOC Chairman, ICCE 2010


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