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Ocean Awareness and Literacy
Shipping and Transportation
United Arab Emirates
United States of America
All-Atlantic Ocean Research Forum
Atlantic Canada Aerospace & Defence and Oceans Advance
Atlantic Canada Aerospace & Defence Association
Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance
Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs Secretariat
Atlantic Venture Forum
BioNB and Springboard Atlantic
Blue Jay Communication
Blue Line Initiative
by COVE / MRC / OTCNS / ACADA / Innovacorp / OFI / Ocean Supercluster
Canada Ocean Supercluster
Canada Steamship Lines
Canadian Armed Forces
Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business.
Canadian Data Curation Forum
Canadian Integrated Ocean Observing System
Canadian Remote Sensing Society
Canadian Science Policy Centre
Canadian Water and Wastewater Association
Cape LaHave Adventures
Centre for Ocean Ventures & Entrepreneurship
Coastal Action Foundation
Coastal Zone Canada Association
Committee on Data of the International Council for Science
Coral Restoration Foundation
Deep Sea Biology Society
Deep Sea Coral
East Coast Outfitters
EBM Tools Network
Economist Magazine and Creative Destruction Lab
Ecosystem-Based Management Tools Network
Enel Green Power
Environmental Defence Fund
Ernest C. Manning Innovation Awards
European Geosciences Union
Fisherman and Scientists Research Society
Friends of McNabs Island
Georgia Tech's Ocean Science and Engineering
Global Ocean Observing System
Gordon Research Conference
Gulf of Maine Council on the Marine Environment
IEEE and Oceanic Engineering Society
IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society
Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction & MEOPAR
Institute of Marine Research
Integrated Marine Biosphere Research
Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission
International Council for Exploration of the Sea
International Institute for Sustainable Development
International Ocean Science and Technology Industry Association
International Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange
International Symposium on Applied Microbiology and Molecular Biology in Oil Systems
International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics
Joint Group of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of Marine Environmental Protection
MacArtney Canada Ltd
Marine Renewables Canada
Marine Renewables Canada and the Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Industry Association
Marine Technology Society
Maritime Aboriginal Peoples Council
Maritime and Arctic Security and Safety
Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
Mediterranean Coastal Foundation
MEOPAR & the Canadian Coastal Resilience Forum
MEOPAR's Coast and Ocean Risk Communication Community of Practice
Meridian and Ocean Networks Canada
Meridian, Canadian Integrated Ocean Observing System
National Centres for Environmental Information
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Naturalis Biodiversity Center and the Netherlands Biodiversity Information Facility
New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission
Newfoundland & Labrador Oil & Gas Industries Association
Newfoundland Aquaculture Industry Association
Nordic Council of Ministers and the Government of Iceland
Nova Scotia Business Inc.
Nova Scotia Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture
NOVA SCOTIA INTERNATIONAL AIR SHOW ASSOCIATION
Nova Scotia Ministers’ Conference and the Aquaculture Association of Nova Scotia’s
NSCC Applied Oceans Research Group
Ocean Frontier Institute
Ocean Networks Canada
Ocean Networks Canada and Meridian
Ocean Research in Canada Alliance
Ocean Technology Council of Nova Scotia
Ocean Tracking Network
Offshore Energy Research Association
OSC, NEIA, ACADA & OA
OTCNS/Government of Canada/ Province of Nova Scotia/ COVE
Pacific Congress on Marine Science and Technology
Pan-American Marine Energy Conferences
Pisces Research Project Management LTD
Protection of the Arctic Marine Environment
Public Services and Procurement Canada
Regroupement des Organismes de Bassins Versants du Québec (ROBVQ), the Réseau Québec Maritime (RQM) and the Marine Environmental Observation, Prediction and Response Network (MEOPAR)
Restore America's Estuaries
Salmon Sky View, Carol McDougall
Save our Seas, and Shores PEI
Scientific Committee on Ocean Research
Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research
Sharks of the Atlantic Research and Conservation Centre / Greenpeace Halifax
Society for Marine Mammalogy, and the European Cetacean Society
Species on the Move
Spryfield Business Commission / RBC Herring Cove Road Branch
SUP Monkey and Lake City Cider
Surfing Association of Nova Scotia
Surfing Association of Nova Scotia, Kannon Beach, Brother Clothing
The Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography and The Oceanography Society
The Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society
The Bay of Fundy Ecosystem Partnership (BoFEP) and The Atlantic Canada Coastal and Estuarine Science Society (ACCESS)
The Blue Innovation Symposium
The Canadian Association of Research Libraries’ Portage Network and McMaster University Library
The Canadian Consortium for Arctic Data Interoperability
The Canadian Institute
The Canadian Institute of Marine Engineering
The Economist Group
the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites and The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
The Global Ocean Acidification Observing Network
The Global Ocean Observing System
The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
The International Society of Offshore and Polar Engineers
The Marine Environmental Observation, Prediction and Response Network
The Maritime Energy Association
The Maritimes Energy Association
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
The Newfoundland and Labrador Oil & Gas Industries Association (Noia), with support from the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency
THE NOR-FISHING FOUNDATION
The North Pacific Marine Science Organization
The Ocean Technology Council of Nova Scotia in partnership with the Government of Canada, the Province of Nova Scotia and the Centre for Ocean Ventures and Entrepreneurship
The Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference
the Shorefast Foundation and the Faculty of Environment at Simon Fraser University and other partners.
Township of Esquimalt
Underwater Acoustics Conference & Exhibition
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
University of Melbourne
Virginia Department of Environmental Quality
Water Environment Foundation
Women In Leadership Foundation
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
World academy of science, engineering, and technology
World Ocean Council
Objective To provide the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) with the capability to operate in all of Canada’s waters, including Canada's Arctic waters, throughout the navigable season. The acquisition of the Arctic/Offshore
To provide the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) with the capability to operate in all of Canada’s waters, including Canada’s Arctic waters, throughout the navigable season. The acquisition of the Arctic/Offshore Patrol Ship (AOPS) will increase the CAF’s capacity to defend Canada and its security, including in the Arctic.
AOPS will be an ice-capable ship, with icebreaking characteristics to allow for year-round operations in up to and including one metre of first-year ice of high ice concentrations which may include old ice inclusions. It will also possess sea-keeping qualities to allow operations in the open ocean. AOPS will be fitted with gun systems appropriate for use in domestic constabulary roles and force protection, and designed to operate effectively in the anticipated extreme climates. AOPS crew will be up to 65 personnel, with accommodation in the ship for an additional 20 mission personnel who will be embarked as required for more complex taskings including those in support of other Government departments. It will be capable of a maximum sustained speed of at least 17 kts, with a range of more than 6800 nautical miles. It is capable of autonomous operations for up to 4 months. AOPS has been designed to operate and hangar an organic aircraft. While it is anticipated that it will most frequently embark smaller utility helicopters, it will have sufficient capabilities to provide limited support to CH 148 Cyclone operations. AOPS will operate an assortment of boats and crafts to provide rescue, humanitarian, mission, and limited sealift capabilities. The ship is designed with enclosed and open storage facilities to accommodate an array of stores, including 20-ft ISO containers and utility vehicles. It is capable of loading and offloading these cargos in various locations, such as jetties, landing craft, as well as onto the ice.
- More than $1.5 billion
- Implementation Approval
- Contract Award
- 2021 to 2025
- Final Delivery
Point of Contact
Director Naval Requirements
Wednesday, January 1 - 12:00am 2014 - Friday, January 1 - 11:59pm 2021
Canadian Armed Forces
201902JulAll Day202001JanCanadian Integrated Ocean Observing System Metadata Working Group Project(All Day) Organizer: Meridian, Canadian Integrated Ocean Observing System Topic:Ocean ScienceCountry:Canada Tagsocean science,ongoing,project
The recently established Canadian Integrated Ocean Observing System/Système Intégré d’Observation des Océans du Canada (CIOOS/SIOOC) is a national effort to facilitate the knowledge exchange in ocean sciences and to make
The recently established Canadian Integrated Ocean Observing System/Système Intégré d’Observation des Océans du Canada (CIOOS/SIOOC) is a national effort to facilitate the knowledge exchange in ocean sciences and to make oceanographic data from various public, private and academic stakeholders discoverable and accessible to the end-user. It is an initiative that is jointly funded by Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) and the Marine Environmental, Observation, Prediction and Response Network (MEOPAR).
In it’s pilot phase (2018 – 2020) CIOOS/SIOOC established three regional associations (RA); Pacific, St. Lawrence, and Atlantic, that will each build a data infrastructure in collaboration with their regional data providers and users. A national, centralized, open and web-based platform will aggregate the regionally managed ocean data, supporting a one-stop-shop approach to the discovery and access of information for ocean related research and decision making. Interoperability with international standards and organisations is an important aspect of the CIOOS/SIOOC initiative and will enable contributions to the global effort of better understanding the ocean, it’s issues and interactions with other earth systems.
In order for the RA’s to mutually agree on metadata best practises and a standard that is contributing to CIOOS/SIOOC’s initial Essential Ocean Variables (EOV) being FAIR compliant, the Metadata Working Group was established in early 2019. One of the main working group deliverables will be the development of a metadata profile that is based on ISO 19115 and sufficiently describes all relevant aspects of the EOV. In addition, topics including controlled vocabularies, persistent identifiers, granularity, quality control, workflows and tools will be addressed and recommendations formulated. Besides CIOOS/SIOOC partners including Ocean Networks Canada, St. Lawrence Global Observatory, Ocean Tracking Network, Ocean Frontier Institute, OTN/MEOPAR Glider Program, and the Hakai Institute, non-CIOOS/SIOOC stakeholders such as MERIDIAN and Fisheries and Oceans Canada, have been invited to contribute to the metadata working group. This measure will ensure that the decisions made and recommendations suggested are consistent, agreeable and compliant with other Canadian members of the ocean community. Even though passive acoustic data are not part of the initial set of CIOOS/SIOOC EOVs, we, as in MERIDIAN, appreciate the opportunity and hope that we can pave the way for a smooth integration of acoustic data at a later stage.
Tuesday, July 2 - 12:00am 2019 - Wednesday, January 1 - 11:59pm 2020
Meridian, Canadian Integrated Ocean Observing System
Join us to witness what policymakers, stakeholders from many Atlantic coastal countries and beyond, and our many EU funded projects have achieved since we navigated together on our Atlantic Journey
Join us to witness what policymakers, stakeholders from many Atlantic coastal countries and beyond, and our many EU funded projects have achieved since we navigated together on our Atlantic Journey in 2013 with the signing of the Galway Statement and the signing of Belém Statement in 2017.
The All-Atlantic Ocean Research Forum will gather political and community leaders, researchers, industry, Youth Ambassadors and, inspirational speakers from along and across the Atlantic, from the Arctic to Antarctica, to showcase the results of cooperation and their impact on the citizens living on the shores of the Atlantic.
So save the date and spread the word: we already look forward to welcoming you to the All-Atlantic Ocean Research Forum on 6 – 7 February 2020!
Monday, January 6 - 12:00am 2020 - Tuesday, January 7 - 11:59pm 2020
Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance
202007JanAll Day10THE UN DECADE OF OCEAN SCIENCE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 2021-2030: NORTH ATLANTIC WORKSHOP 2020(All Day) Halifax, Nova Scotia Organizer: United Nations Region:AtlanticTopic:Innovation,Sustainability,TechnologyCountry:CanadaConfidence:High TagsWeekday
The UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development 2021-2030 presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to deliver scientific knowledge, foster technological innovation, and build capacity to achieve the 2030 Agenda and
The UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development 2021-2030 presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to deliver scientific knowledge, foster technological innovation, and build capacity to achieve the 2030 Agenda and reverse the decline of ocean health. This will be a truly global effort based on inclusive partnerships flourishing in a global research and innovation ecosystem. Following the First Global Planning Meeting held last May in Denmark, a North Atlantic Workshop will be convened 7-10 January 2020, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. This event, hosted by Ocean Frontier Institute, is made possible by the financial contribution from Fisheries and Oceans Canada, and co-organized with the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) as coordinating body for the Decade. The workshop is aligned with the activities of the trilateral Canada-EU-USA Galway Statement and its Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance that will help support the UN Decade.
This event will provide a forum to gather approximately 100 ocean leaders/champions/key stakeholders to further discuss and prioritize the issues identified at the First Global Planning Meeting. Plenary and working groups will facilitate regional, interdisciplinary discussions across sectors, such as ocean science and technology, ocean policy and sustainable development, business and industry, NGOs and civil society, and donors and foundations, to identify concrete deliverables and partnerships to meet the Decade’s six societal objectives:
- A clean ocean
- A healthy and resilient ocean
- A predicted ocean
- A safe ocean
- A sustainably harvested and productive ocean
- A transparent and accessible ocean
The North Atlantic Workshop offers a crucial opportunity to co-design mission-oriented research strategies in line with the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Plan of Action for the Protection of the Marine Environment and Coastal Areas in the North Atlantic, focusing on the needs and priorities of Northern Atlantic countries in terms of transforming knowledge systems; accelerating transfer of technology; enabling training and education; and fostering science-policy dialogues.
The North Atlantic Workshop will aim to identify:
- Knowledge gaps and regional ocean science priorities for the 2030 Agenda and the North Atlantic Action Plan
- Existing relevant partnerships/networks/initiatives and potential interested partners
- Priorities in capacity-development/training
- Priority themes and topics to be addressed by the Decade
- Other regional initiatives and meetings to be aligned with the Decade
REGISTRATION, FINANCIAL SUPPORT AND SELECTION
The deadline for expression of interest to participate in the workshop is November 15th, 2019. Selected participants will be notified directly via email by December 2nd, 2019; financial support may be available for a limited number of invitees.
More information on the NA Workshop coming soon.
Tuesday, January 7 - 12:00am 2020 - Friday, January 10 - 11:59pm 2020
Halifax, Nova Scotia
202014JanAll Day16Blue Innovation Symposium 2020(All Day) Salve Regina University Organizer: The Blue Innovation Symposium Region:InternationalCost:$$,No CostCountry:United States of AmericaConfidence:High TagsWeekday
The Blue Innovation Symposium is the premier event in New England for connecting the marine technology industry for education, networking and facilitating partnering opportunities. Held in Newport, Rhode Island, this
The Blue Innovation Symposium is the premier event in New England for connecting the marine technology industry for education, networking and facilitating partnering opportunities. Held in Newport, Rhode Island, this conference brings together a broad spectrum of representatives of the marine technology industry from the US and beyond.
Last year’s conference brought together more than 250 attendees, 36 corporate sponsors, and key community members including representatives from the US Navy, the US Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC), the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), the University of Rhode Island, the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, the Mississippi Enterprise for Technology (MSET), and many more.
The symposium intends to bring together leading-edge marine technology companies for programming aimed at providing an overview of current trends in the industry, and a showcase of companies to discuss their new technologies.
The Blue Innovation Symposium is organized by Salve Regina’s Office of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education as part of our effort to connect the University with industry, organizations, state and federal agencies, and other key stakeholders in order to grow the region’s economy.
Tuesday, January 14 - 12:00am 2020 - Thursday, January 16 - 11:59pm 2020
Salve Regina University
The Blue Innovation Symposium
202015Jan1:00 PMEBM Tools Network Webinar: Defining and Using Evidence in Conservation Practice 20201:00 PM Organizer: EBM Tools Network Region:OnlineTopic:ConservationCost:No CostConfidence:High TagsFree,online,Weekday
There is growing interest in evidence-based conservation, yet there are no widely accepted standard definitions of evidence, let alone guidance on how to use it in the context of conservation
There is growing interest in evidence-based conservation, yet there are no widely accepted standard definitions of evidence, let alone guidance on how to use it in the context of conservation and natural resource management practice. In this talk, I will first draw on insights of evidence-based practice from different disciplines to define evidence as being “the relevant information used to assess one or more hypotheses related to a question of interest.” I then present a typology of different kinds of information, hypotheses, and evidence and show how these different types can be used in different steps of conservation practice. In particular, it is important to distinguish between specific evidence used to assess project hypotheses and generic evidence used to assess generic hypotheses. I next build on this typology to develop a decision tree to support practitioners in how to appropriately use available specific and generic evidence in a given conservation situation. Finally, I conclude with a discussion of how to better promote and enable evidence-based conservation in projects and across the discipline of conservation, including the development of different types of shared evidence libraries.
Co-sponsors: OCTO (OpenChannels, The Skimmer, MPA News, EBM Tools Network)
Wednesday, January 15 - 1:00pm 2020
202016Jan4:00 PM6:00 PMOCEAN CONNECTOR | Arctic Sovereignty: Challenges for the 21st Century4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Centre for Ocean Ventures & Entrepreneurship Organizer: Centre for Ocean Ventures & Entrepreneurship Region:AtlanticTopic:Climate ChangeCost:No CostCountry:CanadaConfidence:High TagsFree,Weekday
As the Arctic ice melts and the Northwest Passage opens to new activity, the question of sovereignty has returned to the fore. The definition of those waters, as either
As the Arctic ice melts and the Northwest Passage opens to new activity, the question of sovereignty has returned to the fore. The definition of those waters, as either internal or international, has been a matter of dispute between Canada and the United States for at least 50 years, but in the age of climate change the matter has taken on a new urgency.
Over the past several years, the US Coast Guard has begun recapitalizing its fleet, the US Navy has spoken openly of Freedom of Navigation voyages through Canadian waters, while China – calling itself a “Near Arctic State” – has announced a building plan that would see its icebreaker fleet surpass that of Canada.
This talk will examine some of the evolving political opportunities and risks in the North, how Canada is (and should be) responding, and what the country can do to leverage the growth of foreign activity in the North to bolster its national sovereignty.
About the presenter:
Adam Lajeunesse, PhD, is the Irving Shipbuilding Chair in Canadian Arctic Marine Security Policy and an Assistant Professor at the Mulroney Institute of Government, St. Francis Xavier University. He is the author of Lock, Stock, and Icebergs (2016), a political history of the Northwest Passage, as well as co-author of the 2017 monograph China’s Arctic Ambitions and What They Mean for Canada, and co-editor of Canadian Arctic Operations, 1941-2015: Lessons Learned, Lost, and Relearned (2017). Lajeunesse works on questions of Arctic sovereignty and security policy and has written extensively on Canadian Armed Forces Arctic operations, maritime security, Canadian-American cooperation in the North, and Canadian Arctic history.
Dr. Lajeunesse is a fellow of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute, the Arctic Institute of North America, and the Centre for the Study of Security and Development and sits on the editorial board of the Canadian Naval Review and the journal Arctic.
Thursday, January 16 - 4:00pm 2020 - Thursday, January 16 - 6:00pm 2020
Centre for Ocean Ventures & Entrepreneurship
202020JanAll Day21International Conference on Acoustical Oceanography, Ocean Acoustics and Modelling 2020(All Day) Organizer: World academy of science, engineering, and technology Region:InternationalTopic:AcousticsCost:$$$$Country:United KingdomConfidence:High TagsWeekday
The International Research Conference Aims and Objectives The International Research Conference is a federated organization dedicated to bringing together a significant number of diverse scholarly events for presentation within
The International Research Conference Aims and Objectives
The International Research Conference is a federated organization dedicated to bringing together a significant number of diverse scholarly events for presentation within the conference program. Events will run over a span of time during the conference depending on the number and length of the presentations. With its high quality, it provides an exceptional value for students, academics and industry researchers.
ICAOOAM 2020: 14. International Conference on Acoustical Oceanography, Ocean Acoustics and Modelling aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Acoustical Oceanography, Ocean Acoustics and Modelling. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Acoustical Oceanography, Ocean Acoustics and Modelling
Monday, January 20 - 12:00am 2020 - Tuesday, January 21 - 11:59pm 2020
World academy of science, engineering, and technology
202021Jan2:00 PMImproving coastal resiliency through vulnerability assessment and natural adaptation prioritization 20202:00 PM Organizer: EBM Tools Network Region:OnlineTopic:Coastal CommunitiesCost:No CostConfidence:High TagsWeekday
Description: A consortium of the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, US federal agencies, and other organizations recently assessed the vulnerability of US coasts to a variety of flooding threats and
Description: A consortium of the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, US federal agencies, and other organizations recently assessed the vulnerability of US coasts to a variety of flooding threats and identified areas of natural value or potential to provide resiliency to human assets and populations. This webinar will present results from seven “targeted watersheds” – Charleston Harbor (South Carolina), Delaware Bay (Delaware and New Jersey), Narragansett Bay (Rhode Island and Massachusetts), Portland and Midcoast Maine, St. Johns River (Florida), San Francisco Bay and Coast, Savannah River (Georgia) – that were assessed by NatureServe using its Vista decision support software. The work included extensive stakeholder engagement via multiple workshops and webinars and produced reports, data packages, and decision support systems for each watershed. These products are now available to the public. This work was led by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) with the collaboration of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), NatureServe, and the National Environmental Modeling and Analysis Center (NEMAC). The webinar will be presented by Dr. Patrick Crist who led the NatureServe projects and is now Principal of PlanIt Forward LLC.
Tuesday, January 21 - 2:00pm 2020
202023Jan1:00 PM2:00 PMOERA - Offshore Energy Research Association Webinar - Turbulence in High-Flow Tidal Channels - January 20201:00 PM - 2:00 PM Organizer: Offshore Energy Research Association Region:OnlineTopic:Ocean EnergyCost:No CostConfidence:High TagsMonthly,Webinar,Weekday
As a strong tidal current passes over the rough sea bottom, energetic eddies and random fluctuations develop in the flow. These fluctuations -- generically known as turbulence -- lead to
As a strong tidal current passes over the rough sea bottom, energetic eddies and random fluctuations develop in the flow. These fluctuations — generically known as turbulence — lead to variable forces on tidal turbines, degrading turbine performance and shortening turbine lifespan.
Many of the high-flow tidal channels targeted for in-stream hydro-electric development worldwide are also impacted by surface gravity waves. As these waves propagate against the outgoing tidal current, they grow and break, creating both wave orbital velocities comparable to the tidal current speed, and a source of additional turbulence at the sea surface. The associated flow conditions are complex, highly non-linear, and typically quite nasty, representing an added risk for the tidal power industry. This webinar will summarize results from several on-going research projects in which new generation acoustic Doppler techniques are used to remotely measure turbulence in high-flow tidal channels, under conditions in which waves may or may not be present.
The OERA webinar series is hosted in Zoom.
Thursday, January 23 - 1:00pm 2020 - Thursday, January 23 - 2:00pm 2020
202026JanAll Day281st Pan-American Marine Energy Conference 2019(All Day) San Jose, Costa Rica Organizer: Pan-American Marine Energy Conferences Region:InternationalTopic:Ocean Energy,Ocean ScienceCountry:Costa RicaConfidence:High TagsWeekday,Weekend
Pan-American Marine Energy Conferences are designed to complement similar research collaboration conferences in Europe (European Wave and Tidal Energy Conferences or EWTEC) and in Asia (Asian Wave and Tidal Energy
Pan-American Marine Energy Conferences are designed to complement similar research collaboration conferences in Europe (European Wave and Tidal Energy Conferences or EWTEC) and in Asia (Asian Wave and Tidal Energy Conference or AWTEC). The PAMEC.Energy Association was established to be an ongoing organization to provide continuity between Conferences, and to support research and development in a range of marine renewable energy activities including offshore wind, wave, tidal, and thermal currents. The Association maintains this website and publishes a newsletter to connect members with activities throughout the Americas including the Caribbean. See this page for more Background Information on PAMEC
Sunday, January 26 - 12:00am 2020 - Tuesday, January 28 - 11:59pm 2020
San Jose, Costa Rica
Pan-American Marine Energy Conferences
202026JanAll Day30Arctic Frontiers 2020 – The Power of Knowledge(All Day) Organizer: Arctic Frontiers Region:InternationalTopic:Coastal Communities,SustainabilityCountry:NorwayConfidence:High TagsWeekday,Weekend
Arctic Frontiers started out in 2006 assembling the first global scientific conference on economic, societal and environmental sustainable growth in the north. In January 2020, we will arrange the 14th
Arctic Frontiers started out in 2006 assembling the first global scientific conference on economic, societal and environmental sustainable growth in the north. In January 2020, we will arrange the 14th conference with the theme “Power of knowledge”. The conference has a pan arctic perspective and builds new partnerships across nations, generations and ethnic groups. Arctic Frontiers provides a forum for dialogue and communication between science, government and industry in the Arctic.
Sunday, January 26 - 12:00am 2020 - Thursday, January 30 - 11:59pm 2020
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