Monday 12 July 2021 - Thursday 15 July 2021
AMEMR (Advances in Marine Ecosystem Modelling Research) Conference provides an opportunity to present, discuss and learn about a wide variety of marine modelling challenges, methods, applications and outcomes.
Welcome back to the 6th conference in the AMEMR series. AMEMR 2021 will include cross cutting presentations on a wide range topics including sessions on The Making of Models; Connected Systems; Models, Data and Analyses; and Science and Society.
We hope to run a physical conference in Plymouth during the week starting July 12th 2021, valuing the opportunities for breakouts, networking and ad-hoc chats that a face to face meeting provides our community. In this case, we’ll keep a similar format to previously, but augment this with some of the recent technical advances which facilitate discussions and networking.
However, if the COVID situation is still with us, plan B is to adapt the format to a virtual conference, taking some of the best on-line conference experiences we’ve accumulated in these last months.
Either way AMEMR 2021 will happen. Our aim is to provide some form of presentation opportunity for every credible, in scope submission.
Abstract submission now open until 5th January 2021 and registration open, early bird until 15th April 2021 and general until July 2021.
The Estuarine & Coastal Sciences Association Focus Meeting "From catchment to coast, with an emphasis on the estuaries and coasts of southwest England", originally scheduled for spring 2020 will now be held as a 1-day on-line event on Wednesday 28th April 2021.
Key attendee: Dr Helen Findlay
The International Alliance to Combat Ocean Acidification and the Global Ocean Acidification Observing Network
NE Atlantic Hub are hosting a virtual workshop bringing together climate and environment policy leads, marine
managers, and OA scientists from across the NE Atlantic region to discuss:
This workshop aims to bring together experts in the field of ocean and coupled data assimilation to discuss the latest progress in the field, to outline the main challenges and to identify new directions for research.