Dates Title Location Description Link
Nov 23 2015 to Nov 25 2015
Protecting Seabirds in the Mediterranean: Advancing the Marine Protected Area Network Malta Pan-Mediterranean workshop on developing MPA network for seabirds. https://maltaseabirdproject.wo...
Nov 25 2015 CERES Conference 2016 Boston, Massachusetts, USA Learn how sectors from electric utilities and transportation to food and finance are adapting to 21st century sustainability challenges – and to gain an understanding of the roadblocks ahead as we work together to address sustainability threats on a more-crowded, more-connected warming planet.
Dec 12 2015 Conference on maritime spatial planning and marine environment Brussels, Belgium The European Commission is organising a conference on maritime spatial planning (MSP) as a tool to address challenges and develop opportunities in maritime economic activities and environmental protection, in the context of growing and competing uses of marine space. The main purpose is to share experiences of MSP with representatives of maritime industries, national authorities and NGOs and to take stock of the expectations and requirements of the stakeholders.
Feb 1 2016 to Feb 5 2016
Second Mares Conference: Marine Ecosystems Health and Conservation Olhão, Portugal Discussing and addressing issues related to the impact of human activities on the marine environment
Feb 1 2016 to Feb 4 2016
Oil Spill and Ecosystem Science Conference Tampa, Florida, USA 2016 conference theme, "One Gulf: healthy ecosystems, healthy communities," will focus on opportunities to promote and sustain a healthy Gulf environment, communities, and economy, including new discoveries, innovations, technologies, and policies. A strong emphasis this year will be placed on the human dimensions of oil spill in addition to the ecosystem science research that has led past conferences.
Feb 3 2016 to Feb 5 2016
29th Annual National Conference on Beach Preservation Technology Jacksonville, Florida, USA Two conference objectives: To present the latest in beach preservation technology and real-world practice and to provide a technological transfer from the scientific and engineering community to government officials who make the decisions on coastal projects and policies.
Feb 9 2016 to Feb 12 2016
Species on the Move Hobart, Tasmania, Australia Species responses to climate change is a rapidly evolving research field, however, much of our progress is being made in independent research areas: e.g. understanding the process vs responding to the implications, terrestrial vs marine ecosystems, global meta-analyses vs in depth species-specific approaches. This interdisciplinary conference would develop connections between these parallel streams, and across temporal and spatial scales.
Feb 11 2016 to Feb 15 2016
AAAS 2016 Annual Meeting Washington, DC, USA The theme of the meeting is "Global Science Engagement"
Feb 17 2016 to Feb 21 2016
Southern Division American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting Wheeling, West Virginia, USA The theme of the meeting is "Sharing the Water Resources"
Feb 21 2016 to Feb 26 2016
2016 Ocean Sciences Meeting New Orleans, Louisiana, USA Cosponsored by AGU, ASLO, and TOS, the Ocean Sciences Meeting will consist of a diverse program covering topics in all areas of the ocean sciences discipline.
Feb 23 2016 to Feb 25 2016
6th International Conference on Ocean Energy (ICOE) Edinburgh, Scotland, UK The overall conference theme is: Creating a competitive ocean energy industry: accessing finance, building projects and reducing risk
Mar 6 2016 to Mar 11 2016
14th International Coastal Symposium 2016 Sydney, Australia Discussing current coastal research studies and projects, including in the fields of geomorphology, geology, ecology, coastal engineering, and coastal management including planning and policy
Mar 17 2016 to Mar 18 2016
18th International Conference on Coastal and Ocean Engineering (ICCOE) London, England, UK This conference aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of Coastal and Ocean Engineering. It also provides the premier interdisciplinary forum for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in the field of Coastal and Ocean Engineering.
Apr 2 2016 to Apr 5 2016
APA National Planning Conference Phoenix, Arizona, USA Closing keynote speaker will show the big picture on climate change and look at what rising sea levels mean for the economy and society, providing a trove of hidden opportunities that can help you and your community thrive in the face of "High Tide on Main Street."  https://conference.planning.or...
Apr 3 2016 to Apr 5 2016
72nd Annual Northeast Fish & Wildlife Conference Annapolis, Maryland, USA A conference of professionals in the fields of wildlife biology, fisheries and fisheries management, information and education and law enforcement. The event provides opportunities for education, discussion, and exchanging of ideas.
Apr 20 2016 to Apr 23 2016
34th Annual Conference 'Geography of Seas and Coasts' (AMK) Warnemünde, Germany The AMK allows for a wide spectrum of coastal and marine geography topics, including: coastal zone management, marine spatial planning and Geographic Information Systems (GIS), resource management and aquaculture, coastal protection and risk management, ecosystem services and indicators, marine debris and water quality
Apr 20 2016 to Apr 22 2016
NOIA Annual Meeting Washington, DC, USA Discussions on important topics impacting the offshore energy industry, including global affairs, politics, energy policy, regulatory issues, accountability, safety and security.
May 2 2016 to May 5 2016
2016 Offshore Technology Conference Houston, Texas, USA The Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) is where energy professionals meet to exchange ideas and opinions to advance scientific and technical knowledge for offshore resources and environmental matters.
May 8 2016 to May 12 2016
International Society for Ecological Modeling Global Conference 2016 Towson, Maryland, USA Themes: Dynamic ecological simulation models (aquatic, terrestrial, energetics, biogeochemical); Ecological modeling and environmental management (risk assessment, flow analysis, sustainability, ecotoxicology, monitoring and planning); Modeling coupled natural and social systems (Socio-ecological, urban, integrated assessment); modeling of ecosystems services; biodiversity and conservation modeling; ecological landscape and land use change modeling; ecological modeling for climate change; network modeling; and systems ecology.
May 10 2016 to May 13 2016
CoastLab - 6th International Conference on the Application of Physical Modelling in Coastal and Port Engineering and Science Ottawa, Canada Aims to provide a stimulating and enriching forum to discuss the latest developments in physical modelling applied to coastal and port engineering and coastal science.
May 23 2016 to May 26 2016
AWEA Wind Power New Orleans, Louisiana, USA Wind power has emerged as an essential new energy dynamic, especially in light of the U.S. EPA Clean Power Plan. WINDPOWER 2016 brings professionals from all over the world to network, learn and advance their organizational missions.
May 23 2016 to May 27 2016
7th World Fisheries Congress Busan, South Korea Theme is: A challenge to sustainable fisheries and safe seafoods
May 30 2016 to Jun 3 2016
MSEAS 2016: Understanding marine socio-ecological systems: including the human dimensions in Integrated Ecosystem Assessments Brest, France ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​T​he focus of the symposium will be on integration and assessment across multiple ocean uses and sectors, including: fisheries, renewable energy, coastal development, oil and gas, transport, and conservation. There will be a particular emphasis on the methodological and empirical challenges involved in including human dimensions in integrated ecosystem assessments.
Jun 5 2016 to Jun 10 2016
ASLO 2016 Summer Meeting Santa Fe, New Mexico Major thematic topics in limnology and oceanography will be covered by the regular sessions. Themes will include topics such as biogeochemistry, biodiversity, invasive species, multiple stressors, etc.
Jun 8 2016 to Jun 11 2016
AESS 2016 Conference Washington, DC, USA The theme for the conference is "Science, Empathy, Collaboration and Sustainability."
Jun 12 2016 to Jun 15 2016
PORTS 2016 New Orleans, Louisiana, USA COPRI serves its membership and society by uniting the disciplines working to sustainably develop, protect and restore coasts, oceans, ports, waterways, rivers and wetlands; integrating the key stakeholders into decision making processes; advancing technological state of art and practice; and influencing public policy.
Jul 11 2016 to Jul 13 2016
AWRA Summer Specialty Conference, GIS and Water Resources IX Sacramento, California, USA 2016 Summer Specialty Conference on GIS and Water Resources IX will focus on the role of GIS to support better decisions across a broad spectrum of water, land, ecological, and related resources. Decisions related to floods, droughts, water quality, groundwater withdrawals, environmental impacts, and policy aspects of water and related resources will all be covered. The latest GIS techniques and technology will be presented in the context of full implementation cycle, from data collection, process modeling, decision making, information dissemination, and action support
Jul 11 2016 to Jul 15 2016
18th Annual International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade Conference 2016 (IIFET) Aberdeen, Scotland, UK The theme is "Challenging new frontiers in the global seafood sector – a Northern Enlightenment"
Jul 17 2016 to Jul 22 2016
International Conference on Coastal Engineering Istanbul, Turkey Conference Topics: Coastal Hydrodynamics and Morphology; Coastal Structures, Ports, Harbours, and Waterways; Coastal Management and Environment; Natural Hazards and Coastal Risk; Renewable Energy from Coastal Resources
Jul 17 2016 to Jul 20 2016
North American Congress for Conservation Biology Madison, Wisconsin, USA The 2016 congress will highlight the importance of integrating successful communication strategies into conservation work. In order to move from research to action, communication across boundaries is essential to encourage and empower diverse communities working to sustain the Earth's biological and cultural diversity, and to implement the policy changes that make this possible
Jul 30 2016 to Aug 3 2016
4th International Marine Conservation Congress (IMCC) St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada Theme is "Making Marine Science Matter"
Aug 21 2016 to Aug 25 2016
American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting Kansas City, Missouri, USA The theme is: "Fisheries conservation and management: making connections and building partnerships"
Aug 29 2016 to Sep 1 2016
EcoSummit 2016 (5th International EcoSummit Congress) Montpellier, France EcoSummit 2016 will centre on the ecology of terrestrial ecosystems and all habitats that are integrated within those ecosystems, including river networks, wetlands and coastlines. Focus will be placed on fragile ecosystems that are more likely to suffer the consequences of climate change and anthropogenic pressure
Sep 1 2016 to Sep 10 2016
IUCN World Conservation Congress Honolulu, Hawai'i, USA The 2016 Congress is expected to focus on three policy areas: climate change, marine debris, and protecting ecosystems. http://www.iucnworldconservati...
Dec 10 2016 to Dec 15 2016
8th National Summit on Coastal and Estuarine Restoration New Orleans, Louisiana, USA The theme of this conference is "Our Coasts, Our Future, Our Choice"