7th Asia-Pacific Marine Biotechnology Conference

2nd - 5th November 2006, Taj Residency, Kochi, India

The APMBC is an international conference to promote marine biotechnology in Asia-Pacific area and to promote closer research collaboration between marine biotechnologists.
Conference Format
The scientific program will consist of invited, oral and poster sessions on selected topics 

American Geophysical Union 2006 Fall Meeting

Dear All,

We warmly invite your participation in the following American Geophysical Union 2006 Fall Meeting Session (http://agu.org/meetings/fm06/).
Abstract submissions are now open at:


This promises to be a really exciting session, and we look forward to welcoming as many of you as possible in San Francisco.

Best wishes,

Edward Hanna & conveners 

GODAE Symposium on ocean data assimilation and prediction in Asia-Oceania
16-18 October 2006, Beijing, China
Call for Papers

Background and Objectives
Following the success of the first GODAE symposium held in Biarritz, France in 2002 (En route to GODAE) and the second one held in St. Petersburg, Florida, USA in 2004 (GODAE in Operation: Demonstrating Utility), GODAE is holding a third symposium in Beijin, China in October 16-18, 2006. This symposium will be focused on the development of ocean data assimilation and its applications in Asia and Oceania. It will also specifically address two general and important issues for GODAE: observing systems and error covariance. GODAE data assimilation efforts critically depend on sustained operation of remote sensing and in-situ observing systems (e.g. satellite altimetry, Argo). The specification of data and model error covariance remains a critical issue for any data assimilation system. The emerging utilizations of GODAE products for ecosystem and coastal research and operation provide stringent assessments of the quality of GODAE products for such applications. The specific requirements of these applications are important to the GODAE product developers as well as to the understanding of the need of large-scale observational systems.


OceanSAR conference, deadline - June 30


Adequate, accurate and timely information in support of marine monitoring, surveillance, safety and security is critical for maritime decision makers and stakeholders to effectively deliver their services. Spaceborne radar presents a technology that allows vast spatial areas to be monitored in a cost effective manner, providing information both day and night in all weather conditions complementary to ground, air and sea-based resources.

2nd Alexander von Humboldt International Conference (Deadline 30/11/2006)

European Geosciences Union
2nd Alexander von Humboldt International Conference on
The Role of Geophysics in Natural Disaster Prevention
Lima, Peru, 05 – 09 March 2007

QUEST Earth Systems Science Summer School (QUEST ES4) 2006
4th to 15th September 2006, Bristol U.K.
  Deadline - 1st of July

QUEST ES4 provides a broad introduction to Earth system science, through a programme of presentations, discussions and practical exercises that address the interactions of different environments and the dynamic processes that link their living and non-living components.

Meeting Announcement - Shelf-Basin Exchange at the Margins of the Arctic: IPY and Beyond

Meeting Announcement
"Shelf-Basin Exchange at the Margins of the Arctic: IPY and Beyond"
4th Shelf-Basin Interactions Pan-Arctic Meeting
26-29 September 2006
Sopot, Poland

For further information, please contact:
Jackie Grebmeier, Director
SBI Project Office
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