The Oceanology International Technical Conference - Call For Papers Extension!

31 August 2021

Call For Papers Extended
 
We hope you’ve had a good summer and are looking forward to the new season. Here at Oceanology International we’ve managed to get some downtime, but now we’ve got our heads down until March 2022, when we open the doors to Oceanology International 2022 - it’ll be here before you know it!

With such a busy summer and uncertain times, we’ve decided to extend the Call For Papers Deadline until mid-September – this will give us all more time to prepare. As a reminder, these are the topics that under the spotlight:
 
  • Asset Integrity & Monitoring
  • Coastal Zone & Shallow Water
  • Data Interpretation & AI
  • Hydrography, Geophysics & Geotechnics
  • Imaging & Metrology
  • Low Carbon Initiatives
  • Marine Pollution Mitigation & Environmental Stressors
  • Navigation & Positioning
  • Ocean ICT
  • Ocean Observation & Sensing
  • Offshore Energy Development
  • Unmanned Vehicles & Vessels
To find out more go to the Oceanology website

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The International Federation of Hydrographic Societies (IFHS) Hydrographic Professional Accreditation Scheme (HPAS) is now open for applicants.
 
For further information go to our HPAS page
 


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Remote Hydrography Conference and Exhibition
 
22-24 February 2022, Dublin
 
For further information see the Remote Hydrography web pages.


 
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