Modelling hydrodynamically dominated marine ecosystems.
Marine turbulence revisited. In the last decade, with in particular the development of sophisticated new techniques of measurements, substantial progresses have been made in understanding marine turbulence while, in the same time, uncovering more of its complexity.
Hydrodynamical and ecosystem processes in ice covered seas of the Southern and Northern Hemispheres.
Three-dimensional ocean circulation: Lagrangian measurements and diagnostic analyses.
The use of data assimilation in coupled hydrodynamic, ecological and bio-geo-chemical models of the ocean.
The Symposium defined the current 'state of the art' of zooplankton ecology and determined the key research initiatives to be pursued in the 21st century.
Environmental Future of Aquatic Ecosystems - an assessment of threats to resilience and likely changes in major aquatic systems over a time horizon of the next 25 years.
Coastal Zone Canada 2000 will address the theme "Coastal Stewardship: Lessons Learned and the Paths Ahead" and will be held in Saint John, New Brunswick.
Symposium on oceanographic data and information management with special attention to biological data. Brussels, Belgium.
The primary object of the First International Conference of Maritime Terminology was to bring together specialists in the language of seafarers and those involved in the study or teaching of maritime terminology. The present Proceedings include the various papers presented at the Conference.
Papers dealing with any aspect of tracer methods may be submitted, including theoretical, observational and numerical approaches. Contributions related to climatological analyses of marine data will also be highly appreciated. Studies related to atmospheric processes are welcome, especially if they deal with methods that can be used in marine applications.
JGOFS Open Science Conference, Washington DC. May 5-8, 2003.
Aims at providing a forum for exchanging and disseminating scientific environmental and socio-economic knowledge, experiences and achievements, obtained within the framework of activities devoted to regional sustainability, preservation, management and protection of the Black Sea/Mediterranean ecosystem and its natural resources.
Covered ecological and genetic consequences of bioinvasions, management responses and impacts and riskaccessment.
A scientific workshop to assess the current state of knowledge on waves in relation to currents, surface drifts and air-sea interactions hosted by the French Hydrographic and Oceanographic Service (SHOM).
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