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Diversity & Inclusion
Lab to Market
Marine Protected Areas (MPAs)
Ocean Awareness and Literacy
Shipping and Transportation
United Arab Emirates
United States of America
A Rising Tide
All-Atlantic Ocean Research Forum
Aquaculture Association of Canada
Arctic Shipping Forum
Assembly of First Nations
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
Canada's Ocean Supercluster
Canadian Armed Forces
Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business.
Canadian Data Curation Forum
Canadian Institute of Marine Engineering
Canadian Integrated Ocean Observing System
Canadian Marine Shipping Risk Forum (CMSRF)
Canadian Network for Ocean Education
Canadian Remote Sensing Society
Canadian Science Policy Centre
Canadian Underwater Conference & Exhibition
Canadian Water and Wastewater Association
Canadian Water Summit
Cape LaHave Adventures
Center for Large Landscape Conservation
Centre for Ocean Ventures & Entrepreneurship
Coastal Action Foundation
Coastal Zone Canada
Coastal Zone Canada Association
Committee on Data of the International Council for Science
Community Sector Council of Nova Scotia in Partnership with Unama'ki College
Convention on Biological Diversity
Coral Restoration Foundation
COVE / OTCNS
Creative Destruction Lab
DASCO Equipment Inc.
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
Fisheries and Oceans Canada / CSPC
Fisherman and Scientists Research Society
Fishermen & Scientists Research Society
Forum Oceano, CETMAR Foundation
Friends of McNabs Island
Georgia Tech's Ocean Science and Engineering
Global Arctic Shipping
Global Ocean Observing System
Gordon Research Conference
Government of Canada, Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society, and International Union for Conservation of Nature
Gulf of Maine Council on the Marine Environment
IEEE and Oceanic Engineering Society
IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society
Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia (ISANS)
Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction & MEOPAR
Institute of Marine Research
Integrated Marine Biosphere Research
Interdisciplinary Marine Early Career Network
Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission
International Conference on Learning Representations
International Conference on Ocean Energy
International Council for Exploration of the Sea
International Energy Agency
International Institute for Sustainable Development
International Institute of Fisheris Economics & Trade
International Ocean Science and Technology Industry Association
International Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange
International Partnering Forum
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
Marine Technology Society and the IEEE Oceanic Engineering 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
MOTN, the Consulate General of Canada in Boston, and TSC Strategic
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 and Labrador Oil & Gas Industries Association
Newfoundland Aquaculture Industry Association
NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) and OCTO (Open Communications for the Ocean)
NOAA National MPA Center
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
NSBI, Venn Innovation, ACOA, COVE, Kraken Robotics and RS Aqua.
NSCC Applied Oceans Research Group
Ocean Frontier Institute
Ocean Networks Canada
Ocean Networks Canada and Meridian
Ocean Research in Canada Alliance
Ocean Startup Project
Ocean Technology Council of Nova Scotia
Ocean Tracking Network
Oceans Advance / Marine Institute / MUN
Oceans Advance and Women in Resource Development Corporation
Oceans Week HFX
Office of Research Services, University of New Brunswick
Offshore Energy Research Association
Offshore Technology Conference
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
Pisces Research Project Management LTD
Primer-e and Huntsman Ocean Sciences
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
Seas, Oceans & Public Health in Europe
Sharks of the Atlantic Research and Conservation Centre / Greenpeace Halifax
Society for Conservation Biology
Society for Marine Mammalogy, and the European Cetacean Society
Southeast Coastal Ocean Observing Regional Association
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
Sustainable Ocean Alliance
Sustainable Ocean Summit
The Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography and The Oceanography Society
The Atlantic Canada Aerospace & Defence Association and Ocean Technology Council of Nova Scotia
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 Coalition of Women in Engineering, Science, Trades and Technology
The Canadian Consortium for Arctic Data Interoperability
The Canadian Institute
The Canadian Institute of Marine Engineering
The Canadian Network for Environmental Education and Communication
The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service
The Clean Coasts
The Economist Group
The Economist Group, World Ocean Initiative
The Economist's World Ocean Initiative
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 GODAE OceanView Science Team
The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
The Internation Union for Conservation of Nature
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 Marriott Marquis Washington, D.C.
the National Hydropower Association (NHA), and is supported by the International Energy Agency (IEA)
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
The National Research Council of Canada
The Newfoundland and Labrador Oil & Gas Industries Association (Noia), with support from the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency
The Newfoundland and Labrador Oil and Gas Industries Association
The Newfoundland and Labrador Oil and Gas Industries Association (NOIA)
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 Ocean Visions Research Consortium and Network
The Research and Transfer Centre
The Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference
the Shorefast Foundation and the Faculty of Environment at Simon Fraser University and other partners.
Township of Esquimalt
U.S. Commercial Service
UK Met Office and the GCOS-GOOS-WCRP Ocean Observations Physics and Climate Panel
Underwater Acoustics Conference & Exhibition
UNESCO's Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
University of Melbourne
Venn Innovation, ACOA, COVE, Kraken Robotics and RS Aqua.
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
202101Apr12:00 PM1:00 PMStrategies for Successful Research to Application Projects: A Case Study of the National Sea Grant College Program12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ET Region:OnlineTopic:Data,Educational,TrainingCost:No CostCountry:CanadaConfidence:High TagsFree,online,Student Focused,Webinar
As coastal landscapes change, management professionals are working hard to transition research results into actions that support scientifically informed decisions impacting coastal communities. This type of research faces many challenges
As coastal landscapes change, management professionals are working hard to transition research results into actions that support scientifically informed decisions impacting coastal communities. This type of research faces many challenges due to competing priorities, but boundary spanning organizations can help mediate these conflicts by forming transdisciplinary collaborations. The National Sea Grant College Program (Sea Grant), a NOAA-based agency, is a networked organization of 34 university-based state programs that uses a three pronged approach of research, extension, andeducation to move academic research into the hands of stakeholders and decisionmakers. The objective of this study is to better understand strategies for successful research to application (R2A) projects that address complex environmental problems occurring in a socio-economic context. Specifically, this work examines R2A projects from the Sea Grant network to better understand the drivers for project development and common deliverables produced through the R2A process. We identify five common facilitating factors that enabled ‘successful’ R2A across all projects: platforms for partnerships, iterative communication, transparent planning, clear examples of R2A, and graduate student involvement. By providing examples of successful frameworks, we hope to encourage more organizations to engage in the R2A process. And here is a link to the publication.
Hollis Jones, Graduate Student, University of California Davis. At time of publication, a Louisiana Sea Grant Knauss fellow with the National Sea Grant Office.Co-Authors: Rebecca Briggs, Alison Krepp, Elizabeth Rohring, both with the National Sea Grant College Program, Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research, NOAA.
NOAA’s National Ocean Service (NOS) Science Seminar Series: coordinator is
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Thursday, April 1 - 12:00pm 2021 - Thursday, April 1 - 1:00pm 2021
202101Apr3:00 PM4:00 PMScience to Support Management of a Fishery with Competing Interests: the Atlantic Menhaden Story3:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET Region:OnlineTopic:Fisheries,Ocean Science,ScienceCost:No CostCountry:CanadaConfidence:High TagsFree,online,Registration
Title: Science to Support Management of a Fishery with Competing Interests: the Atlantic Menhaden Story Presenter(s): Dr. Amy Schueller, Research Fish Biologist, Southeast Fisheries Science Center Sponsor(s): National Stock Assessment Science Seminars. Kristan Blackhart, NMFS,
Title: Science to Support Management of a Fishery with Competing Interests: the Atlantic Menhaden Story
Presenter(s): Dr. Amy Schueller, Research Fish Biologist, Southeast Fisheries Science Center
Sponsor(s): National Stock Assessment Science Seminars. Kristan Blackhart, NMFS, email@example.com
Remote Access: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/520430053487944716
Abstract: The Atlantic menhaden fishery is the largest, by volume, on the Atlantic Coast of the United States, and Atlantic menhaden are an important forage species for predators such as striped bass and bluefish. Driven by the competing interests for this stock, the last assessment process included both single and multi-species models, which allowed for addressing multiple management objectives and for development of ecological reference points.
Thursday, April 1 - 3:00pm 2021 - Thursday, April 1 - 4:00pm 2021
202107Apr2:00 PM3:00 PMEnvironmental-Health Warning Systems, the Case of Cold for Quebec2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET Region:OnlineTopic:Climate ChangeCost:No CostCountry:CanadaConfidence:High TagsCanada,Free,online,Registration
Presenter(s): Fateh Chebana, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique Sponsor(s): NOAA National Weather Service, Environment and Climate Change Canada Seminar Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Remote Access: Please register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/866620085105683983 After registering, you will receive a confirmation email
Fateh Chebana, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique
NOAA National Weather Service, Environment and Climate Change Canada
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For several years, the effects of climate and the environment on human health have been increasingly observed in several geographic regions through certain health outcomes (mortality, hospitalization). In a prevention perspective, warning systems are implemented by the public health authorities to intervene during episodes of extreme environmental events. In Quebec, the SUPREME system (Surveillance and Prevention of the Impacts of Extreme Meteorological Events on Public Health System) has been used for a decade. SUPREMME is a source of information that affords regional and departmental interveners in the public health network access, at a single site through a secure portal, to health and meteorological information concerning the health impacts of extreme weather events.
On the other hand, “health” alerts are only about heat and all-cause mortality, as well as with basic statistical approaches in general. It is therefore important to adapt to the specific health impacts that may be linked to other extremes such as extreme cold or air pollution, using appropriate methodologies (statistics and machine learning). In this talk, we focus on cold-mortality/hospitalisation system in Quebec and we briefly present a number of methodological developments and perspectives.
Fateh Chebana is a professor at Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS) and he has a PhD in Statistics from University of Paris. His main research focuses on statistical hydrology as well as environmental health with statistical approaches. In particular, he is interested in hydrological risk assessment with advanced approaches and more complex situations, as well as in developing environmental health-warning systems based on recent machine learning techniques.
Recordings: A recording of this presentation will be available on the National Weather Service YouTube channel. Please check https://www.youtube.com/user/usweathergov for updates.
Wednesday, April 7 - 2:00pm 2021 - Wednesday, April 7 - 3:00pm 2021
Presented by: Robert Burns and Ross Andrew of West Virginia University Description: Visitor use drives change in both
Thursday, April 8 - 1:00pm 2021 - Thursday, April 8 - 2:00pm 2021
Presenter(s): Anderson Mayfield, NOAA/University of Miami Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Science Sponsor(s): Coral Collaboration Webinar Series - NOAA Coral Reef Conservation ProgramSeminar Contact: Robin Garcia, firstname.lastname@example.org Remote Access: AdobeConnect information: 1. To join the meeting:
Anderson Mayfield, NOAA/University of Miami Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Science
Coral Collaboration Webinar Series – NOAA Coral Reef Conservation ProgramSeminar Contact:
Robin Garcia, email@example.com
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Abstract: Corals reefs are threatened the world over by the rapidly rising temperatures associated with global climate change (GCC), as well as other insults of predominantly anthropogenic origin. In this presentation, I will first summarize work myself and my colleagues have been undertaking in recent years that address 1) charting and characterizing previously unstudied reefs (so that we know exactly what stands to be lost) and 2) the physiological implications of GCC on coral health. Then, I will discuss how I have been using the data from such field and laboratory studies, respectively, to develop artificial intelligence-driven models that enable us to identify resilient coral colonies (refugia). Although it may be too late to save many reefs, this novel capacity will allow us to enact coral reef triage, in which coral colonies and their respective habitats are scored along a physiological resilience spectrum (from highly stress susceptible to markedly resilient).
Thursday, April 8 - 4:00pm 2021 - Thursday, April 8 - 5:00pm 2021
202114AprAll DayVEF Virtual Series: Inclusive Infrastructure Development for Driving Low Carbon Industrialisation(All Day: Wednesday) Region:OnlineTopic:InnovationCost:No CostConfidence:High TagsFree,online,Series
The event “Inclusive Infrastructure Development for Driving Low Carbon Industrialization” will take place as part of the Industry Track of the Vienna Energy Forum (VEF) Virtual Series. The VEF Virtual Series
The event “Inclusive Infrastructure Development for Driving Low Carbon Industrialization” will take place as part of the Industry Track of the Vienna Energy Forum (VEF) Virtual Series.
The VEF Virtual Series is a platform that aims to progress agreed recommendations and deliver policy briefs with action-oriented solutions in targeted locations, in order to assist countries around the world align their recovery efforts with an Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development. The 2021 edition of the series is guided by the theme “Accelerating Energy Transition,” and will explore the pathways that stimulate demand and promote economic recovery in three end-use sectors: food systems, industry and products.
The sessions in the Industry Track will explore the integration of sustainable energy in the industrial sector.
date: 14 April 2021
Wednesday, April 14 - 12:00am 2021 - Wednesday, April 14 - 11:59pm 2021
Please join us for an informative and dynamic session from the Society of Underwater Technology (SUT) hosted by the Marine Institute and OceansAdvance. As the COVID Pandemic lingers, this is our
Please join us for an informative and dynamic session from the Society of Underwater Technology (SUT) hosted by the Marine Institute and OceansAdvance.
As the COVID Pandemic lingers, this is our second speaker series as we strive to keep everyone up to date on what’s going on in the underwater world of science and technology.
We recognize the real hazard that is “Zoom Exhaustion”, so we will aim to keep it to one hour or less with two guest speakers and a Q&A session:
- Mike Allan, Principal Consultant for Xodus Group. Topic: Field of the Future – Conversion, Decarbonization, Digitalization and Renewables
- Susan Caines, Instructor, School of Ocean Technology, Fisheries and Marine Institute of NL. Topic: Intelligent Marine Coatings
Thursday, April 15 - 11:30am 2021 - Thursday, April 15 - 12:30pm 2021
202116Apr5:00 AM5:30 AMHow K-Sim Connect will improve maritime education5:00 AM - 5:30 AM EDT Region:OnlineTopic:Educational,MarineCost:No CostCountry:CanadaConfidence:High TagsFree,online,Registration,Webinar
Kongsberg Digital has the pleasure of inviting you to the webinar: How K-Sim Connect will improve maritime education with Lars Klemmetsby, Vice President Product Management and Tone-Merete Hansen, Vice President
Kongsberg Digital has the pleasure of inviting you to the webinar: How K-Sim Connect will improve maritime education with Lars Klemmetsby, Vice President Product Management and Tone-Merete Hansen, Vice President Sales and Business Transformation, Maritime Simulation, Kongsberg Digital.
- We will be using GoToWebinar.
- You can join our session by using a Mac, PC or a mobile device.
For those who can’t attend our live session, we’ll provide a recording
Friday, April 16 - 5:00am 2021 - Friday, April 16 - 5:30am 2021
202120Apr12:00 PMThe Marine Social Science Network: Promoting understanding of people’s relationship with the sea12:00 PM EST Region:OnlineTopic:MarineCost:No CostCountry:CanadaConfidence:High TagsFree,online,Registration,Webinar
Presented by: Emma McKinley of Cardiff University Description: The marine social sciences provide us with a diverse range of lenses to explore and understand people’s relationships with the sea. In addition,
Presented by: Emma McKinley of Cardiff University
Description: The marine social sciences provide us with a diverse range of lenses to explore and understand people’s relationships with the sea. In addition, the expertise, skills, knowledge, and insight that can be gathered through marine social sciences are critical to effectively supporting sustainable ocean use and governance now and in the future. Launched in September 2018, the Marine Social Sciences Network (MarSocSci) is an international, interdisciplinary network to build community among and facilitate knowledge exchange between diverse stakeholders in the marine and coastal sector. MarSocSci provides a monthly newsletter, webinars, blogs, book clubs, and regional and thematic chapters. The network welcomes anyone with an interest in marine social sciences, including natural and physical scientists who want to know more about marine social sciences and are looking for collaboration opportunities. This webinar will discuss the importance of the marine social sciences, how the marine social sciences are being applied in different contexts, and ways the MarSocSci network supports the practice and application of the marine social sciences.
Co-sponsors: OCTO (EBM Tools Network, The Skimmer, OpenChannels, MPA News, MarineDebris.info)
[If you are unable to access Zoom, you can view a livestream here at the time of the webinar]
Tuesday, April 20 - 12:00pm 2021
202121AprAll Day24The Canadian Network for Environmental Education and Communication 2021(All Day) Organizer: The Canadian Network for Environmental Education and Communication Region:OnlineTopic:SustainabilityCost:No CostConfidence:High TagsFree,online,Weekday,Weekend
The Canadian Network for Environmental Education and Communication (EECOM) is Canada’s only national, bilingual, and charitable network for environmental learning. EECOM works strategically and collaboratively to advance environmental learning. We strive to ensure
The Canadian Network for Environmental Education and Communication (EECOM) is Canada’s only national, bilingual, and charitable network for environmental learning. EECOM works strategically and collaboratively to advance environmental learning. We strive to ensure Canadians are environmentally literate… which means we’re engaged in environmental stewardship and contributing to a healthy and sustainable future.
EECOM acknowledges that the work of both our Board of Directors and our members occurs on Indigenous territories.
EECOM 2021 Conference: With most of the world’s population living in urban areas, helping citizens understand their impact on their environments is key to making cities more sustainable and livable. EECOM 2021’s theme is well-timed to address growing concerns about the climate crisis.
Wednesday, April 21 - 12:00am 2021 - Saturday, April 24 - 11:59pm 2021
The Canadian Network for Environmental Education and Communication
202122Apr1:00 PM2:00 PMThe Pathway Program: Defining approved environmental monitoring for ocean energy projects1:00 PM - 2:00 PM AST Organizer: Offshore Energy Research Association Region:National,OnlineTopic:Energy,Ocean Energy,Ocean Management,TechnologyCost:No CostCountry:CanadaConfidence:High Tagsonline,Webinar,Weekday
Luiz Faria, OERA and Dan Hasselman, Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE) The
Luiz Faria, OERA and Dan Hasselman, Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE)
The Pathway Program is a technology development and testing program focused on identifying approved environmental monitoring solutions for ocean energy projects. It is a coordinated and focused partnership between industry, academia and regulators. Monitoring and reporting fish and marine mammal interactions with ocean-based devices is essential and approved monitoring solutions are critical to advancing the tidal energy industry.
Canada’s existing strengths in ocean instrumentation, data analytics and science support innovation. As a result of this program, Canadian suppliers will have new technology to sell globally to the tidal energy, offshore wind, and other sectors of the ocean economy.
Prior investments in research and marine monitoring in the Bay of Fundy means this program benefits from existing expertise and hands-on experience. Project developers and regulators are actively engaged in the program, which will help to:
- reduce time to regulatory approval for end-users
- lower financial risk to achieve regulatory approval for end-users
- lessen the cost of technology development for Canadian SME’s
- reduce operating expenditures via data automation
- test for reliability
- attain regulatory confidence
The OERA webinar series is hosted in Zoom.
Thursday, April 22 - 1:00pm 2021 - Thursday, April 22 - 2:00pm 2021
202124Apr11:00 AM1:00 PMOne Health: Fish Monitoring Dissection/Processing Workshop11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Region:InternationalTopic:Citizen ScienceCost:No CostCountry:United States of AmericaConfidence:High TagsFree,In person,online,Registration,workshop
During this training, citizen scientists will learn how to properly process or dissect fish to identify and collect appropriate tissue and organs to be tested for various toxins. Register here:
During this training, citizen scientists will learn how to properly process or dissect fish to identify and collect appropriate tissue and organs to be tested for various toxins.
For more information, please email Missy at mweiss@teamorca
Saturday, April 24 - 11:00am 2021 - Saturday, April 24 - 1:00pm 2021
202128AprAll Day30International Conference on Ocean Energy April 2021(All Day) Organizer: the National Hydropower Association (NHA), and is supported by the International Energy Agency (IEA) Region:International,OnlineTopic:Energy,Networking,Ocean EnergyCost:$,$$$$Confidence:High Tagsonline,Weekday
This unique all-virtual experience will bring together international stakeholders, experts and exhibitors from the ocean energy sectors (tidal, wave, ocean currents, ocean thermal gradients) with content and networking opportunities—available from
This unique all-virtual experience will bring together international stakeholders, experts and exhibitors from the ocean energy sectors (tidal, wave, ocean currents, ocean thermal gradients) with content and networking opportunities—available from anywhere in the world.
Wednesday, April 28 - 12:00am 2021 - Friday, April 30 - 11:59pm 2021
the National Hydropower Association (NHA), and is supported by the International Energy Agency (IEA)
202129Apr12:00 AM1:00 PMIntegrating responses to environmental drivers of system change within ecosystem-based fishery management procedures.12:00 AM - 1:00 PM ET Region:OnlineTopic:FisheriesCost:No CostConfidence:High TagsFree,online,Series
Presenter(s): Gavin Fay, Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth - SMAST Sponsor(s): U.S. Northeast Climate-Fisheries Seminar Series; coordinator is Vincent.Saba@noaa.gov Remote Access: Register via Google meet at: https://meet.google.com/paw-jhrb-nzr Abstract: TBD Bio(s): TBD
Thursday, April 29 - 12:00am 2021 - Thursday, April 29 - 1:00pm 2021
202129Apr9:30 AM10:30 AMNOAA Eastern Region Climate Services Webinar/Northeast Fisheries Climate Modeling project9:30 AM - 10:30 AM ET Region:OnlineTopic:Climate ChangeCost:No CostConfidence:High TagsFree,online,Series,Webinar
Speaker: Samantha Borisoff, Climatologist with the Northeast Regional Climate Center, Lisa Kerr, Gulf of Maine Research Institute, and Vince Saba, NOAA/NMFS/Northeast Fisheries Science Center. Sponsor: NOAA's National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service/National Centers for
Samantha Borisoff, Climatologist with the Northeast Regional Climate Center,
Lisa Kerr, Gulf of Maine Research Institute, and
Vince Saba, NOAA/NMFS/Northeast Fisheries Science Center.
NOAA’s National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service/National Centers for Environmental Information/Regional Climate Services; coordinator is Ellen Mecray. If interested in obtaining a PDF of the slides and/or the recording, see the Northeast Regional Climate Center.
Please register here. After registering, you will get a confirmation email with a link to the webinar. Audio is over the computer, so adjust the volume on your computer speakers or headset. Users should use either Google, IE or Edge on Windows, or Safari if using a Mac. Questions will be addressed in the chat and the Q/A windows.
The webinar will feature a recap of April conditions and a discussion on the Northeast Climate Integrated Modeling project (NCLIM).
Thursday, April 29 - 9:30am 2021 - Thursday, April 29 - 10:30am 2021
202129Apr1:00 PM2:00 AMThe “Why” Behind 30x30: The State of the Science on Marine Protected Area Benefits1:00 PM - 2:00 AM EDT Region:OnlineTopic:Marine,Marine Protected Areas (MPAs)Cost:No CostConfidence:High TagsFree,online
Presented by: Sara Maxwell of University of Washington, Juan Mayorga of University of California at Santa Barbara and National Geographic Pristine Seas, Anne Guerry of Natural Capital Project, Stanford
Presented by: Sara Maxwell of University of Washington, Juan Mayorga of University of California at Santa Barbara and National Geographic Pristine Seas, Anne Guerry of Natural Capital Project, Stanford University, and Lauren Wenzel of NOAA
Description: Marine protected areas (MPAs – areas of ocean that are protected for the long-term conservation of nature – are important tools for biodiversity protection, climate resilience, fisheries enhancement, and provide many benefits and services that people depend upon. In the face of the accelerating impacts of climate change, biodiversity loss, and increasing human pressures on the ocean, nations around the world have adopted a goal to protect at least 30% of the world’s ocean by 2030 through representative and effective networks of MPAs. In this webinar, speakers will provide an overview of the state of the science on MPA benefits, highlighting what we know about these important ocean conservation tools and the “why” behind the 30×30 goal. This webinar will help set the stage for a series of webinars focused on how the goal is being addressed in the United States, and speakers will highlight U.S.-based evidence and case studies where possible.
Co-sponsors: NOAA National MPA Center, and OCTO (MPA News, OpenChannels, EBM Tools Network)
Thursday, April 29 - 1:00pm 2021 - Thursday, April 29 - 2:00am 2021
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