53rd European Marine Biology Symposium
17-21 September 2018, Belgium
Venue: De Grote Post @ Ostend, Belgium
Local organisation: VLIZ
SCIENCE FROM A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
Whether you are digging up old data, comparing historical to present-day conditions, or have a special interest in the historyof marine science, feel free to come and share your views with us.
SCIENCE IN A MODERN ERA
Topics in this session will be focused on science done through or with the help of e-infrastructures (LifeWatch, EMBRC …), innovative techniques and high-tech equipment such as e.g. sensors or GPS-tracking and receiver networks.
Not only scientists do science … More and more, untrained people assist professionals in collecting information and data, with remarkable results. This session is open to topics that deal with various aspects of citizen science.
SCIENCE IN THE NORTH SEA
2018 has been declared as ‘the Year of the North Sea’ by WWF. As we do not want to let this go by quietly, this session is dedicated to all North Sea related research, past, present and future.
Are the above mentioned themes not your cup of tea? Don’t worry, this general session is open to all topics that do not fit in any of the proposed themes.
REGISTRATION & ABSTRACT
Submission opened: January 15, 2018
Deadline abstract submission: April 15, 2018 (there will be no extension of the deadline)
Notification on abstract acceptance: May 15, 2018
Deadline early bird registration: May 31, 2018
Deadline late registration: August 31, 2018
EMBS53: September 17-21, 2018