Research needs for the coming years in focus when policy makers, scientists and funders of the Baltic Sea countries convened in Latvia this week70 country representatives from institutions dealing with
marine, maritime and socio-economic issues, funders and
scientific community of nine Baltic Sea countries confirmed
this week the broad themes of the joint Baltic Sea
research programme BONUS for the coming years. The
research themes provide the basis for the BONUS calls for
multi-disciplinary and transnational projects.
The Baltic Sea Science Congress abstracts deadline moved to the end of March 2011
The 8th Baltic Sea Science Congress, co-organised with
BONUS and titled Joint research efforts for sustainable
ecosystem management, will be held on 22-26 August
2011 in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Abstracts are now invited until 31 March 2011
ICES Annual Science Conference 2011 opens its Call for Papers
Authors are invited to submit abstracts for paper/oral or poster presentation in one of the 2011 theme sessions of the ICES Annual Science Conference taking place 19-23 September 2011
in Gdansk, Poland. This year the Conference will focus on the Baltic Sea, one of the regions from which ICES originated.
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