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Want to improve your skills to communicate about your science? Then the International Marine Science CommOCEAN 2016 is the event for you!

The CommOCEAN conference, 6-8 December 2016 in Bruges-Ostend combines hands-on exercises in current science communication skills for disseminating ocean research and technology, with expertise-sharing, social interaction and fascinating marine science along the way! The call for contributions (orals, poster, workshop) is open until 1 June!
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VASAB and Baltic SCOPE project to organise the Baltic Maritime Spatial Planning Forum on 23-24 November 2016

‘The Baltic MSP Forum’ is the biggest regional event of the institutions responsible for maritime spatial planning (MSP). The Forum in November in Riga will includes plenary sessions, workshops and an exhibition, and will serve as a platform for discussions among those involved and affected by MSP on how to develop and improve MSP in the Baltic Sea basin.
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Two days left for submitting an abstract to ICES ASC 2016 on 19-23 September in Riga, Latvia

Scientists, policy makers, students, and stakeholders are all invited to join the discussions on science for sustainable seas to the ICES Annual Science Conference 2016. The abstract submission deadline is Saturday 30 April, and especially abstracts from early career scientists are very welcome.
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BONUS BALTCOAST summer school 'System approach framework for coastal research and management: From theory to practice'

The summer school will take place 22-28 August 2016 in Klaipeda, Lithuania
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