June 3-14: Cornell Satellite Remote Sensing Training Course (Ithaca, NY)
June 3-28: 2019 ocean optics class: Calibration & Validation for Ocean Color Remote Sensing (University of Maine’s Darling Marine Center, Walpole, Maine) See previous course websites
June 10-21: Training course on “Instrumenting our ocean for better observation: a training course on a suite of biogeochemical sensors” (Sven Lovén Center for Marine Sciences, Kristineberg, Sweden)
June 17-21: IMBeR Open Science Conference: Future Oceans2 (Brest, France) Note Workshop: Setting priorities for research into Changing Ocean Biological Systems (Conveners: Philip Boyd, Sinead Collins, Marina Gehlen, Jon Havenhand and David Hutchins)
June 22-23: Ocean Carbonate System Intercomparison Forum (Woods Hole, MA)
June 24-27: 2019 OCB Summer Workshop (Woods Hole, MA) Registration is full, tune in for plenary livestream during the workshop!
June 24-28: Training Course on best practices for ocean acidification experiments in multi-stressor scenarios by International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre (OA-ICC) and the Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research (SCOR) Working Group 149 (Monaco)
June 30-July 20: BIOS Summer Course: Coral Reef Ecology: Reef Response to Environmental Change (Bermuda) Instructor: Dr. Samantha de Putron (BIOS) Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
June 30-July 20: BIOS Summer Course: Modern Observational Oceanography (Bermuda) Instructors: Professor Nicholas Bates (BIOS & University of Southampton), Dr. Rod Johnson (BIOS) and Ruth Curry (WHOI & BIOS)
July 8-18: 27th International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) General Assembly (Montreal, Canada)
Note symposia: P02 -Physics and biogeochemistry of semi-enclosed, shelf seas, and coastal zones; P09 – marine biogeochemistry through time: nutrient, trace metal, oxygen, and carbon cycling in the past, present and future.
July 10-14: IUGG2019 International Association for the Physical Sciences of the Oceans (IAPSO) (Montreal, Canada)
Note session P08: Coastal Ocean Acidification (Conveners: Jessica N. Cross (USA), Kumiko Azetsu-Scott (Canada), Debby Ianson (Canada), Carolina Cantoni (Italy), Michiyo Yamamoto-Kawai (Japan))
July 13-14: Chemical Oceanography Gordon Research Seminar (GRS): Novel Approaches for Investigating Marine Biogeochemical Cycles (Holderness, NH) Applications for this meeting must be submitted by June 16. Please apply early, as some meetings become oversubscribed (full) before this deadline
July 14-19: Chemical Oceanography Gordon Research Conference (GRC): Discovering Chemical Processes and Mechanisms in a Changing Ocean (Holderness, NH) Applications for this meeting must be submitted by June 15. Please apply early, as some meetings become oversubscribed (full) before this deadline
July 14 – August 3: BIOS summer course: Marine Plankton Ecology (Bermuda) Instructors: Dr. Amy Maas (BIOS), and Dr. Leocadio Blanco-Bercial (BIOS)
August 5-9: Reproducible Research Techniques for Synthesis: A five day immersion into widely adopted R-based tools for open science (NCEAS, Santa Barbara) Registration is open
August 18-21: 4th workshop on “Trait Based Approaches to Ocean Life” (Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom) Key topics for the 4th workshop include: the traits of non-competitive interactions (e.g. predation, symbioses, parasitism); linking bioinformatics, traits, and ecosystem function; trait evolution and its effects on community and ecosystem dynamics; quantifying fitness.
August 18-23: Goldschmidt Conference (Barcelona, Spain) Note: Theme Chemistry of the Oceans and Atmosphere, Session ¨The Oceanic Particle Flux and its Cycling within the Deep Water Column¨). Co-chairs: Maureen Conte (BIOS), Phoebe Lam (UCSC), Henry Ruhl (MBARI; NOC), and Rut Pedrosa Pamies (MBL)
August 26-29: AGU Chapman Conference on Understanding Carbon Climate Feedbacks (San Diego, CA)
September 2-8: Global Ocean Oxygen Network Summer School (Xiamen, China)
September 7-10: Save the date: 5th Symposium on the Ocean in a High-CO2 World organized by SOLAS-IMBER Working Group on Ocean Acidification (SIOA) (Lima, Peru)
September 8-13: 18th International Swiss Climate Summer School 2019 “Carbon and Climate in the Paris World: Getting out of the Fossil Fuel Carbon Budget Crunch” (Ascona, Switzerland) Email
September 13: SCOR WG 157 Symposium: Rediscovering pelagic biodiversity: Progress, promise, and challenges of metabarcoding of microbes to mammals, held in association with the ICES 2019 Annual Science Conference (Gothenburg, Sweden)
September 23-28: 2nd GEOTRACES Summer School (Cadiz, Spain)
September 23-25: 2019 SCOR Annual Meeting (Toyama, Japan)
October 1-3: Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions: Scoping directions for U.S. research Workshop (Sterling, VA) Apply by July 1
October 16-18: NCAR CMIP6 Hackathon (Boulder, CO and Palisades, NY) Apply by July 31
October 16-27: PICES-2019 Annual Meeting: Connecting Science and Communities in a changing North Pacific (Victoria, BC, Canada)
October 17-19: GlobalHAB: Evaluating, Reducing and Mitigating the Cost of Harmful Algal Blooms: a Compendium of Case Studies Workshop (Victoria, BC) as part of the PICES Annual Meeting. Co-convenors: Drs. Keith Davidson (UK), Kazumi Wakita (Japan) and Vera Trainer (USA).
October 16-18: CMIP6 Hackathon – a hands-on event including tutorials, software development, data analysis, and opportunities for collaboration centered around effective computational workflows and CMIP-related science. Concurrently at two locations: the NCAR Mesa Lab (Boulder, CO) and the Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory (Palisades, NY). Limited funding is available to support travel and lodging, preference given to early career scientists. People from observational or application-related backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Apply by July 31
November 3-7: 2019 Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation (CERF) conference (Mobile, Alabama)
November 7-10: 13th Annual Graduate Climate Conference (GCC) (Woods Hole, MA) The GCC is organized by grad students for grad students. All grad students studying climate are encouraged to apply. Application deadline June 15
December 9-13: 2019 AGU Fall Meeting (San Francisco, CA)
February 13-16: 2020 AAAS Annual Meeting: Envisioning Tomorrow’s Earth (Seattle, WA)
February 16: Ocean Obs Research Coordination Network (RCN) will host an OceanObs’19 Conference follow-up meeting, immediately preceding the AGU/TOS Ocean Sciences Meeting (San Diego, CA) The Ocean Obs RCN annual meeting will be dedicated to the synthesis of threads and recommendations emerging from the OceanObs’19 Conference. Of particular interest will be focusing the community on the planning for the implementation of initiatives emerging from OceanObs’19. The meeting will advance links between observation networks and operational users to facilitate the delivery of critical information to stakeholders, and to address critical policy issues that require multidisciplinary ocean observing systems.
February 16-21: 2020 Ocean Sciences Meeting “For a Resilient Planet” (San Diego, CA) Call for session proposals or tutorial talk, we particularly encourage ideas with strong interdisciplinary themes that address new and emerging areas of research. With 2021 launching the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development, we welcome sessions on the related Sustainable Development Goals.
March 16-20: NACP PI Meeting (George Mason University, Fairfax, VA)
March 16-20: International Indian Ocean Science Conference (IIOSC)-2020 (Goa, India)
March 18-20: ProSynFest 2020 is preliminarily scheduled at the Córdoba Conference and Convention Center (Córdoba, Spain). Also planned is a March 17 hands-on techniques workshop geared towards the methodology of working with Synechococcus and Prochlorococcus. To help organizers plan for this event, please submit the expression of interest form here.
May 19-22: 8th International Symposium on Gas Transfer at Water Surfaces (Plymouth Marine Laboratory, Plymouth, UK Early registration is open until November 15, 2019. Abstracts due February 14, 2020
May 30-31: Ocean Biogeochemistry Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) (Hong Kong, China). GRS co-chairs are Qian Li and Christian Lindeman. Apply by May 2, 2020, meeting may fill prior to this date. Apply by February 29, 2020 for oral presentations.
May 31 – June 5: Ocean Biogeochemistry GRC (Hong Kong, China) Co-chairs of the GRC are Chuanlun Zhang and Susanne Neuer, Vice-chairs are Adina Paytan and Fei Chai. Applications for this meeting must be submitted by May 3, 2020, meeting may fill prior to this date.
December 7-11: 2020 AGU Fall Meeting (San Francisco, CA)
December 13-17: 2021 AGU Fall Meeting (New Orleans, LA)