13th Edition of International Conference on

Oceanography & Marine Biology

Theme:

Mastering The Marine Science Through Technology

Event Date & Time

Event Location

London, UK

18 years of lifescience communication

Performers / Professionals From Around The Globe

Conference Speaker

Ikuo yamamoto

Nagasaki University
Japan

Conference Speaker

Teruhisa Komatsu

Yokohama College of Commerce
Japan

Conference Speaker

Devendra Rao Ambarukhana

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
India

Conference Speaker

Abdelazim Negm

Zagazig University
Egypt

Conference Speaker

Shun-Hung Wu

National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology
Taiwan

Conference Speaker

Jerzy Bolalek

University of Gdansk
Poland

Conference Speaker

Anita U Lewandowska

University of Gdansk
Poland

Conference Speaker

Tai Yao-Chung

National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology
Taiwan

Conference Speaker

Sanja Puljas

University of Split
Croatia

Conference Speaker

Mohammad Al Mukaimi

Kuwait University
Kuwait

Conference Speaker

Mojgan Khodadadi

Islamic Azad University
Iran

Conference Speaker

Md Rajib Sharker

Chonnam National University
South Korea

Tracks & Key Topics

Oceanography 2019

ABOUT CONFERENCE

EuroSciCon welcomes you to attend the World Forum on "13th Edition of International Conference on Oceanography & Marine Biology" during September 26-27, 2019 at London, UK. It includes prompt Keynote presentations, Oral presentations (Speaker forum and Young research forum), Poster presentations, Workshops, Symposium and Exhibitions.

Oceanography 2019 is a global overview which will provide an international platform on the theme of "Mastering the Marine Science Through Technology". The main objective is to bring all the experts like academicians, scientists, and business professionals, general public, current and prospective Oceanographers and Marine Biologists to share information and ideas about the development of Oceanography & Marine Biology. Attendees will learn about several topics relevant to Oceanography & Marine Biology and find out about the latest Oceanography equipment and technologies by browsing the ongoing Exhibition. Anyone with an interest in Oceanography, Marine Science, including prospective growers, researchers, educators, students related to Oceanography & Marine Biology can attend the conference. The conference is also suited to persons who sell goods or services to the Oceanography & Marine Biology industry.

Importance & Scope of Oceanography:

Oceanography overspread both the deep oceans and the much shallower coastal regions. The wideness of understanding in oceanography means oceanographers tends to be rather specialized around one specific subject. Oceanographers study the connections between ocean environments and those on land but are searching out information that can benefit humans. Understanding ocean systems carries economic importance as we gain information about resources we can use (fish, oil and gas, elements and chemical compounds) and make scientific discoveries. They also play a huge role in understanding of climate change and global warming by studying how our behaviours as humans affect the oceans may give us the answers to solving pollution and global warming issues.

This Colloquium will provide an outline on the modern trends and attainments in ocean sciences and technologies applied to oceanography and will discover future needs, developments as well as management and governance.

Target Audience:

  • Oceanographers
  • Marine Biologists
  • Researchers
  • Academics
  • Marine Associations
  • Marine Industrialists
  • Logistics
  • Marine conservation organizations
  • Marine engineers
  • Marine Industries
  • Students
  • Business

Why to Attend?

The entire world is focused on finding out about Marine Science and its advantages, so this is the best prospect to achieve biggest gathering of members from the Marine Science group. Appropriate data, direct presentation, and meet with current and potential researchers. Make a sprinkle with new inquiries about and its advancements in this 2-days occasion at "13th International Conference on Oceanography and Marine Biology". World-renowned speakers, ongoing procedures, improvements and newest updates in Marine Science are the compact of this conference. Hence, all are warmly invited to be a part of this conference to contribute your research ideas.

Why London?

London!! What's more, there you have one of the best cities in the world! Beginning from the Coca-Cola London Eye which is a important portion of London's skyline, with a behind the scenes expedition of the harry potter films at Warner Bros. Studio. Soak up some culture at London museums; visit the Queen at Buckingham Palace or take the perfect picture with Big Ben pursued by the nearby involvement with the underwater creatures at Sea life London Aquarium and the Science museum which is the London's intelligent centre point of Science and technology.

This is absolutely an unbelievable city, immersed in history overflowing with culture and art!

You can't neglect to be energized by London's stunning attraction.

Therefore, we look forward to an exciting scientific event, business meeting, trade fair and exhibition and welcome you to join us at "13th Edition of International Conference on Oceanography & Marine Biology" in the London, UK.

 

SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS

Oceanography 2019 – Scientific Sessions

Session 1: Oceanography

Oceanography is the investigation of the sea and all its unpredictable associations with the planet. An oceanographer is a unique sort of researcher who examines the sea, such as the chemistry of the of ocean water, the geology related with the sea, the physical developments of the Ocean water. Oceanography, as the name suggests, is that control of data that is bothered with the seas and consolidates inside its augmentation the limit line or an outer limit of seas, of their enormity and significance, the physical constituents and chemical quality of their waters, marine biological life, and the sort of advantages found there.

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Session 2: Marine Biology

Marine Biology is the methodological investigation of marine life, living beings in the ocean. Given that in biology numerous phyla, families and genera have a few species that live in the ocean and others that live ashore. Marine Biology classifies the species dependent on nature rather than on taxonomy.

The importance is on fundamental rules that assist us to comprehend the procedures that shape life in marine environments. This point presents marine organisms and the physical and biological processes that influence them. At first it starts with an examination concerning the geologic procedures behind the arrangement of ocean basins, the causes and maintenance of currents and ocean circulation, and the physical elements affecting essential profitability in marine environments.

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Session 3: Physical Oceanography

Physical oceanography is the investigation of physical conditions and physical procedures inside the oceans, particularly the movements and physical properties of sea waters. In this few areas, oceanography is divided. Others include biological, chemical and geographical oceanography. And it might be subdivided into graphic and dynamical physical oceanography.

In physical oceanography, Oceanographer employ a wide variety of scientific aptitudes and methodologies, from the most distinctive to the most calculated, to clarify maritime movements while, theoreticians and modelers clarifies the observed stream and the arrangement of temperature and saltiness conveyances in the Ocean. This work can include the development of the least complex scientific models as a method for clearing up some new, rapid process.

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Session 4: Aquaculture

Aquaculture is the cultivating of aquatic animals or plants, including reproducing, rising and harvesting up in a wide range of water situations in controlled conditions. It is utilized to deliver sustenance and business items, re-establish and make more advantageous environments and reconstruct compromised or imperilled species populations. There are two sorts of aquaculture – Marine and freshwater. Fishery is an element occupied with raising or reaping fish. Individuals included, species or sort of fish, region of water or seabed, technique for fishing, class of boats, purpose of the activities or a combination of the foregoing features.

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Session 5: Climate Change

Climate change is an adjustment in the measurable dissemination of climate designs when that change goes on for an all-encompassing period. Climate change may allude to an adjustment in normal climate conditions caused by variables, for example, biotic procedures, varieties in sun powered radiation gotten by Earth, plate tectonics, and volcanic ejections. Furthermore, certain human exercises have been recognized as essential drivers of progressing environmental change, regularly referred to as a world-wide temperature improvement.

Scientists effectually work to realize past and future climate by utilizing perceptions and hypothetical models. The elements that can shape climate are called atmosphere constraining. These can be either "inner" or "outside". Internal forcing mechanisms are natural processes inside the climate system itself. External forcing mechanisms can be either anthropogenic caused by individuals.

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Session 6: Satellite Oceanography

A satellite is an object that circles or spins around some other protest. Satellites can circle the Earth a few times each day. By setting instruments on a satellite, an oceanographer can get information from everywhere throughout the world in a short measure of time. These instruments can quantify the temperature of the ocean surface, the extent of the water, the speed of the draught over the water and numerous different things.

Satellites can also take estimations over the whole Earth's surface in few days. Subsequently, Oceanographers are readily available to better study phenomena, which influence whole seas or even the whole planet. This makes satellite estimations perfect for researchers who consider the Earth's atmosphere.

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Session 7: Marine Technology

Marine Engineering is the order of applying engineering sciences, and can incorporate different field as mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, electronic engineering and Computer Science, to the improvement, structure, task and upkeep of watercraft motivation and on-board frameworks and oceanographic technology, not constrained to simply power and impetus plants, machinery, piping, automation and control systems etc., Marine engineers oversee apparatus and the frameworks of ships.

The principle goal of Marine Science Conferences is to total the prominent researchers, scientists and academicians from each field of Oceanography, Marine sciences, Marine biology and indicated related zones to construct a stage for the discussion and strong exchange of the mutual thoughts and the advances towards Marine Oceanography.

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Session 8: Human Impact on the Sea

Oceans around the globe are getting to be debased. Evidence shows that human exercises, including extreme fishing the world over, are adjusting ocean ecosystems beyond their common state. As per various scientific investigations, fish, shellfish, and other vital species are declining in numerous spots. These progressions are weakening the ocean's ability to give food, protect livelihoods, keep up clean water, and recuperate from natural hazards like severe hurricanes.

A recent study which has mapped the aggregate human effect on the oceans for the first time has uncovered that the image is far more regrettable than the researchers imagined. 40% of the world's oceans have been vigorously influenced by human exercises, including fishing, coastal improvement and pollution from shipping. The most extremely influenced zones are the North Sea, South and East China Seas, Caribbean, Mediterranean, Red Sea, the Gulf, the Bering Sea, the East Coast of North America and the Western Pacific.

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Session 9: Marine Ecology

Marine Ecology is the logical investigation of marine-life area, populaces, and communications among life forms and the encompassing condition including their abiotic (non-living physical and substance factors that influence the capacity of creatures to endure and imitate) and biotic elements (living things or the materials).

Since our reality, we have relied on the sea for food, dissipate dumping and so on because of the contribution today the marine environment has arrived at an imperilled state killing many animal varieties and their natural surroundings. Researchers additionally uncovered that because of expanding carbon dioxide gas in the environment result in more absorption of carbon dioxide in seas creating acidification to the ocean science.

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Session 10: Hydrology

Hydrology, scientific discipline concerned about the waters of the Earth, including their event, dissemination, and circulation by means of the hydrologic cycle and communications with living things. It manages the distinctive parts of phenomena like Hydrometeorology, Hydrometry, Hydrography and Groundwater hydrology.

Hydrologic investigation is important in the advancement, the executives, and control of water assets. Its applications are complex and incorporate water system frameworks advancement, surge and land-erosion control, waste-water transfer and treatment, contamination decrease, recreational utilization of water, fish and untamed life conservation, hydropower generation, and the plan of pressure hydraulic structures.

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Session 11: Coastal Oceanography

Coastal Oceanography is a comprehension of waterfront and estuarine procedures, concentrating on their geography and water course, with a short outline on how these shape chemical and biological systems.

The Coastal Oceanography Group focuses on the territorial place-based research along the north coast zone of California, exploiting the one of a kind sea upwelling zones, and in relatable districts around the world. With new as well as continued efforts of the researcher and modelers, and with different financing for this exploration, the Coastal Oceanography Group has had a significant consequence on our comprehension of coastal processes at both the basic physical oceanography.

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Session 12: Marine Geology

Marine Geology or geographical oceanography is the investigation of the history and structure of the sea floor. It includes geophysical, geochemical, sedimentological and paleontological examinations of the ocean floor and coastal zone. Marine geology has solid connections to geophysics and to physical oceanography.

Marine geological examinations were of extreme significance in giving the basic proof to ocean floor spreading and plate tectonics. The deep-sea floor is the last basically unexplored frontier and point by point mapping in help of both military (submarine) targets and monetary (oil and metal mining) destinations drives the exploration.

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Session 13: Marine Pharmacognosy

Marine Pharmacognosy is a sub part of pharmacognosy which is principally worried about the normally occurring substances of therapeutic value from marine.

Marine Pharmacognosy gives a complete record of marine-determined bioactive pharmaceuticals and their potential medical advantages, including antioxidant, anticancer, antiviral, anticoagulant, antidiabetic, antiallergy, anti-inflammatory, antihypertensive, antibacterial, and radioprotective exercises. Additionally, it talks about the sources, separation and cleansing, chemistry, functionality interactions, applications, and modern highlights of an assortment of marine-derived pharmaceuticals.

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Session 14: Coral Reefs

Coral reefs are huge underwater structures made from the skeletons of colonial marine creatures called coral. The coral species that assemble reefs are known as hermatypic, or "hard," corals because they extract calcium carbonate from seawater to make a hard, strong exoskeleton that ensures their soft, sac-like bodies. Different types of corals that are not associated with reef building are known as "soft" corals. These kinds of corals are adaptable organisms frequently looking like plants and trees and incorporate species, for example, ocean fans and ocean whips, as per the Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL), a non-benefit ecological association.

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Session 15: Marine Genomics

Marine Genomics can possibly enhance our ways of life and thriving, and to help with administration and sustainable management of the marine environment. This focus of most genome inquire about is on the nuclear genome, however mitochondrial genomes have been incredibly helpful for the identification of fish species and populaces. Marine microbial accumulations are various and exclusive, and the challenge is to discover what functions are played by these microorganisms. To give satisfactory tools to marine biologists, such as entire genome sequencing and functional genomics, for example, evolutionary tree of marine organisms. Genomics is a highly dynamic research field. Thus, rapid advancements in genomics can tolerate new prospects for applications in marine environment, especially in the regions of Fish genome resources preservation and genetic improvement.

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Session 16: Fish Pathology

Fish pathology manages the diseases and parasites that impacts fish ordinary living. It considers fish defensive mechanism against infections and its treatment. Areas of interest on pathology is routinely secured incorporate host-pathogen connections, investigations of fish pathogens, pathophysiology, diagnostic methods, treatment, epidemiology, descriptions of new diseases. A few pathogens which can cause fish diseases contain viral infections, bacterial infections, fungal infections, water mould infections, etc., Fish Diseases influence both wild and marine populations, and every year there are some fish ailments and contaminations that can be diffused from fish to water in which they are transmitted to people.

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Session 17: Marine Ecotoxicology

Marine Ecotoxicology focussed on present day standards of environmental toxicology, from portrayal of the classes of conventional and developing toxins, to the toxicological complications on different biotic components and ecosystem health. Importance will be given to bioindicator organisms, sub-atomic and cell reactions to pollutants, detoxification pathways and components of toxins, utilization of biomarkers, organic and toxicity tests in research, regulating rules and ecological hazard assessment.

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Session 18: Marine Pollution

Marine Pollution threatens the health of our coasts and sea and it comes in a wide range of structures. Marine pollution can mean plastic litter, other litter, for example, glass jugs and jars, oil and synthetic spills or contaminated stormwater channels and river streaming into the ocean.

The impact these have on the marine environment relies upon the kind of contamination, the size of the pollution and where the contamination occurs. Some marine environments and sorts of marine life are more sensitive than others to contaminate. The contamination may harm individual marine life or plants, or it might harm entire networks of various living things.

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Session 19: Ocean Biogeochemistry

Ocean Biogeochemistry is a part of ocean science dealing the trade and distribution of chemical components and elements among different living and non-living elements inside the ocean itself, and additionally between the sea and its neighbouring surroundings (for example, the climate and the land).

Biogeochemistry additionally alludes to the highlights, (for example, amounts, rates, space or time) of that trade and flow. For example, currently a quarter of carbon dioxide discharged into the air by burning petroleum products is consumed by the ocean, which contains around multiple times more carbon than the climate, the substance conduct of CO2 dissolved up in water, and the demand for CO2 in photosynthesis takes place in the ocean. Through its uptake and storage of Carbon, the ocean moderates a global warming. However, this control can be changed by the impact on changing atmosphere on the parts of the global ocean system that are associated with Carbon biogeochemistry.

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Session 20: Marine Biotechnology

Marine Biotechnology or blue biotechnology is a zone where items are created from a wide assortment of marine animals and plants. This region additionally incorporates aquaculture, where aquatic organisms are developed in culture and utilized for nourishment, fuel, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and different items. In this, aquatic environments are yet not completely studied, and their assets could assume a critical role for different industrial activities.

Diverse research desires could be distinguished in the field on marine biotechnology to demonstrate the vision of the advancements and perspectives for the following couple of years. A key perspective is identified with aquaculture like new procedures will help reproducing of species, in increasing sustainability of production and in improving creature welfare, incorporating changes in food supply, preventive therapeutic measures and utilization of zero- waste recirculation systems. Additionally, aquaculture items will be enhanced to increase best nutritional properties for human health.

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Session 21: Ocean Engineering And Marine Energy

Ocean Engineering is a field of concentrate that can be uncertainly characterized as an advanced part of the other marine technology studies like maritime engineering or offshore engineering or marine electronic technology. Whenever characterized in detail, it would be referenced as a part of technological studies that deals with the structure and activities of man-made frameworks in the ocean and other marine bodies. The ocean engineers become aware with the insights about the ocean arrangements and the territories of concern for modern navigators and additionally the technological requirements for further building of engineering sensations across the oceans.

Marine Energy or marine power indicates to the energy transported by ocean waves, tides, saltiness, and ocean temperature contrasts. The movement of water on the world’s oceans makes a tremendous store of kinetic energy, or energy in motion. A portion of this energy can be connected to create power to control homes, transport and industries.

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Session 22: Deep-Sea Discoveries

The Deep-Sea floor addresses the greatest living space on earth. It ranges from the edge of the territory rack at 200m to the base of the sea. At the edge of the territory rack is the rack break, where the point of the floor increases down the inland incline. Underneath the inland incline lies the territory rise, which has a more gently incline. At around 4,000 meters significance, the ocean bottom is come to and extends completed the ocean bowls at profundities of 5,000 meters all around. Some researchers on board the ship mapped the ocean floor to a depth of 4,000 meters and gathered in excess of 1,000 distinctive marine species, about 33% of which were new to science and half of which indicated bioluminescent quality.

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Session 23: Marine Chemistry

Marine Chemistry is the investigation of the chemical composition and processes of the world's oceans. Some of the key procedures studied are the cycling of inorganic and natural carbon; supplements, for example, nitrogen and phosphorus; and trace elements, such as iron. This makes marine chemistry an interdisciplinary field. For instance, study chemical signalling among marine organisms, deterioration in the ocean of cultural heritage, the maritime carbon cycle, ocean acidification and benthic nutrient fluxes.

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Session 24: Coastal Benthic Environments

The benthic zone is the ecological region at the lowest level of a body of water, for example, an ocean, lake, or stream, including the sediment surface and some sub-surface layers. Creatures living in this zone are called benthos and include microorganisms (e.g., microscopic organisms and growths) as well as larger invertebrates, such as crustaceans and polychaetes. Creatures here generally live in close association with the substrate and many are permanently attached to the base.

As the benthic system controls energy in the aquatic ecosystems, considers have been made of the mechanisms of the benthic zone to a better understanding of the ecosystem. Initial research is being made on benthic gatherings to see whether they can be utilized as markers of healthy aquatic ecosystems. Benthic gatherings in urbanized coastal regions are not practically comparable to benthic accumulations in untouched areas.

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Session 25: Microplastics

Microplastics are little, scarcely visible pieces of plastic that enter and pollute the nature. Microplastics are not a clear sort of plastic, but instead a plastic part that is under five millimetres.

Microplastics can start from a combination of sources including bigger plastic pieces that have broken isolated, sap pellets used for plastic collecting, or as microbeads, which are little, fabricated plastic dots used as a piece of prosperity and excellence items, for instance, a few chemicals and toothpastes. These little particles easily experience water filtration systems and wind up in the ocean and Great Lakes, representing to a potential hazard to maritime life.

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Session 26: Atmospheric And Ocean Science

The study of atmospheric and oceanic sciences incorporates all parts of the atmosphere and physical oceanography, their common interaction, and their connection with space and rest of the earth system. Even though an essential objective is to comprehend the atmosphere and ocean for the purpose of forecasting the climate, atmospheric and oceanic sciences grasps considerably more; movements everywhere, medium, and little scales; past, present, and future atmospheres; air chemistry and quality; clouds and precipitation; and solar based and earthly radiation. In numerous zones, new remote-sensing technology including satellites is utilized to give dissemination circulation patterns at both worldwide and local scales.

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Session 27: Coastal Hazards

Coastal Hazards are physical marvels that uncover a coastal zone to risk of property harm, loss of life and natural degradation. Rapid-onset hazards last over times of minutes to a few days and examples comprise major cyclones combined with high winds, waves and floods or tsunamis made by submarine earthquakes and landslides. Slow-onset hazards raised steadily over longer time periods and models incorporate disintegration and slow immersion. The characteristics of coastal environments pose some extraordinary difficulties to human residence. Throughout the years, human culture has regularly neglected to recognize the hazards related to these dynamics and this has prompted significant disasters and societal disturbance to different degrees.

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Session 28: Marine Pharmacology

Marine Pharmacology is a part of pharmacology worried about pharmacologically dynamic substances present in sea-going plants and creatures; its goal is to discover and grow new therapeutic agents. The huge development of total population has exploited the current assets for the medications. Also, thus, the medication producers are dependably attentive for new assets to create successful and safe medications for the expanding requests of the total population. About 75% of earth's surface is covered by water but research into the pharmacology of marine organisms is limited.

Marine environment signifies to countless and diverse resource for new medications to encounter major diseases, for example, cancer or malaria. It additionally offers an environmental asset involving an assortment of aquatic plants and creatures. These aquatic organisms are separated for antibacterial, immunomodulator, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, anticancer, antimicrobial, neuroprotective, analgesic, and antimalarial assets. They are utilized for new medication advancements all over the world.

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Session 29: Fisheries Science

Fisheries science is the craft of overseeing and understanding fishes. It incorporates freshwater biology, limnology, marine biology, conservation, ecology, oceanography, economics, and management.  Also, it is the kind of industry which joins getting and offering of fishes for nourishment, pharmaceutical and research. Further than marine water fisheries there are fresh water fisheries as well. There are two sorts of waters the new and the bitter. The fresh water bases are water system, repositories, lakes, tanks, lakes. The estuaries, ponds and mangrove swamps establish the salty kind of water. Fisheries science plans and maintain the quality of fish and fishery items.

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Session 30: Aquatic Plants

Aquatic plants are the one that have adapted to living in aquatic conditions (saltwater or freshwater). They are likewise alluded to as hydrophytes or macrophytes. A macrophyte is a sea-going plant that develops in or close water and is either emanant, submergent, or drifting, and incorporates helophytes. In lakes and streams macrophytes give cover to fish and substrate for amphibian spineless creatures, deliver oxygen, and go about as nourishment for some fish and natural life.

Aquatic plants require different changes for living submerged in water. The most widely recognized adjustment is aerenchyma, however floating leaves and finely dissected leaves are also normal. Aquatic plants can just develop in water or in soil that is for all time immersed with water. They are in this way a typical segment of wetlands.

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MARKET ANALYSIS

Marine Biology:

Marine Biology is the methodological investigation of marine life, living beings in the ocean. Given that in biology numerous phyla, families and genera have a few species that live in the ocean and others that live ashore, Marine Biology classifies the species dependent on nature rather than on taxonomy.

A huge extent of all life on Earth lives in the sea. The correct size of this substantial extent is obscure, since numerous sea species are still to be found. The sea is an unpredictable three-dimensional world covering around 71% of the Earth's surface. The natural surroundings studied in marine biology incorporate everything from the minor layers of surface water in which living beings and abiotic things might be caught in surface strain between the sea and climate, to the profundities of the maritime trenches, now and then 10,000 meters or more beneath the surface of the sea. Explicit living spaces incorporate coral reefs, kelp forests, seagrass knolls, the encompasses of seamounts and warm vents, tidepools, sloppy, sandy and rough bottoms, and the open ocean (pelagic) zone, where strong items are uncommon, and the surface of the water is the main obvious limit. The living beings considered range from minute phytoplankton and zooplankton to colossal cetaceans (whales) 25– 32 meters (82– 105 feet) long. Marine ecology is the investigation of how marine living beings communicate with each other and the environment.

Aspects of interest include:

  • Marine Biogeochemistry
  • Ecology of Marine Populations and Communities
  • Marine Ecophysiology
  • Behavioural Biology of Marine Organisms
  • Development and Life Cycles of Marine Organisms
  • Biochemistry and Physiology of Marine Organisms
  • Evolution of Marine Organisms
  • Population Genetics of Marine Organisms
  • Marine Conservation
  • Technology Developments in Marine Biology

Oceanography:

The Global Ocean Science Report (GOSR) evaluates out for the first time the status and patterns in ocean science limit the world over. The report offers a worldwide record of who, how, and where ocean science is led: creating information, helping to protect ocean health, and engaging society to help ocean management.

The GOSR distinguishes and evaluates the key components of ocean science at the national, territorial and worldwide scales, including workforce, infrastructure and productions. This is the first cooperative effort to scientifically highlight prospects as well as capacity gaps to advance international collaboration in ocean science and technology. This report is an asset for approach creators, scholastics and different partners trying to burden the capability of ocean science to address worldwide difficulties.

A complete view of ocean science limits at the national and worldwide dimensions takes us closer to building up the worldwide ocean science information expected to assure a solid, economical ocean.

Global Market:

The Marine Environment, from coastal zones to the remote, relatively inaccessible, deep seas, is the richest source of biological diversity of our planet. The seas cover over 70% of the surface of the planet and contain relatively 80% of species on earth. What's more, the fate of Marine market to 2025, inspects the rising enthusiasm for marine biotechnology, the consequence of later logical advances that have expanded our insight into marine biodiversity and permitted the improvement of technology and apparatuses to access and concentrate marine life forms and environments. This has brought about the ongoing dispatch of modern applicable items to the market, making the desire for huge rewards in the close timescale. In any case, albeit marine bioresources hold tremendous potential as a wellspring of novel items and procedures they remain to a great extent unexploited.

Marine progressions have just brought about a few achievements in differing fields, including human health, pharmacology, fisheries, ecological recuperation or reclamation, food and cosmetics industries, agri-businesses and chemistry. Examples of submissions resulting from biotechnological expansions include the use of (micro- and macro-) algae to produce biofuels and the production of marine-derived polysaccharides, which are a one of the most renewable biomaterials found ashore and in the seas.

As per the report, the marine market is still in its early stages and the limits for its evaluation are undefined since a portion of the marine biotechnology applications include the utilization of non-marine bioresources. Subject to these parameters, the worldwide market of marine is evaluated at $4.1 billion of every 2015 and can possibly reach $4.8 billion by 2020 and $6.4 billion by 2025.

North America has the biggest market for marine, mostly focused on the production of algae-derived bioenergy. Asia-Pacific is the fastest developing business sector, basically because of the aquaculture and hydrocolloid portions. Europe is similarly one of the major areas adding to the development of the market and is poised to emerge as a major regional market, because of its so far unexplored and underexploited marine resources.

UK – Marine Market:

The UK Marine Industries have a strength and enthusiasm built on a worldwide trade, an expertise in innovative engineering and the ability to adjust and innovate.

As indicated by Marine research, the UK's recreation Marine industry has accomplished its 6th consecutive year of development. Industry income had expanded by 3.4% in 2017 – ascending to £3.12bn – their most elevated amount since the financial crisis of 2007-2008. The division specifically contributed over £1.3bn to the UK economy between 2016– 2017 in the UK's manufacturing and service industries. The marine segment keeps on performing better than expected in correlation with other UK industries, with an expected Gross Value-Added yield per worker of over £39,000. In 2017 UK marine industry sends out developed by 4.7%.

Business conviction in the industry has similarly kept on expanding in the last 6 months, with a net equalization of 41% by their prospects. The industry straightforwardly contributes over £1.11bn of Gross Value Added to the UK economy (an expansion of 3.7%). Marine organizations currently support more than 33,000 full-time proportional workers (up 4.6%), Exports make up 29% of industry income, with key export markets incorporate Europe (44.6%), North America (17.8%), Russia (Slightly Increases) and Middle East Countries (3.4%) and the Sectors that are sailing ahead incorporate Marine Instruments and Support Services.

Factors Impacting on the Marine Markets: 

The essential issue influencing on the marine business is the dimension of worldwide money related development and the resultant proportion of world trade. It is assessed that over 90% of world trade is passed on through sea and over the period 1985 to 1999, world seaborne exchange extended by half to around 5 billion tons with the greatest increment coming in crude oil and oil item shipments. Within 1990-98 development arrived at the average of 3.2% per annum. It is represented that in 1998 trade experienced it’s at first dive for a long time.

 In synopsis, our examination demonstrates that the marine Industries development over next five years could add up to $51 billion, the biggest being in the parts of:

  • Oceanography Market
  • Marine Transportation,
  • Marine Biotechnology,
  • Seaward Oil and Gas Industry,
  • Marine Services in Its Many Aspects,
  • The Ports Industries,
  • Submerged Vehicles,
  • Minerals (Specifically Offshore Diamonds),
  • Biological, geological, chemical, and physical oceanographic data collection
  • Environmental assessment and impact statements
  • Environmental impact and compliance monitoring
  • Marine habitat mapping
  • Hydrographic and bathymetric surveys

 

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Top Oceanography and Marine Biology Universities Worldwide:

Marine Biology Universities in Europe:

Institute of Oceanography of University of Gdansk | Marine Biology Conferences | Maritime Institute in Gdansk | Marine Biological Association, Plymouth | University of East Anglia | Marine Biology Conferences | National Oceanography Centre, Southampton | Marine Biology Conferences | Gatty Marine Laboratory, St Andrews, Scotland | Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research | Marine Biology Conferences | GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel | Centre for Tropical Marine Ecology | Oceanography Conferences | Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment | Italian National Research Council | Centre d' Oceanologie de Marseille | Station biologique de Roscoff | Aquaculture Conferences | Observatoire Oceanologique de Villefranche | Institute of Oceanology of Polish Academy of Science | British Oceanographic Data Centre, Liverpool | Institute of Marine Sciences | Institute for marine and coastal research, University of Dubrovnik | Oceanography Conferences | Institute of Marine Research | Institute of Oceanology - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Varna | Oceanography Conferences | University of Alaska Fairbanks | University of California-Davis | University of California-Santa Barbara | University of California-Santa Cruz | Marine Biology Conferences | University of California-San Diego | University of Connecticut | Oceanography Conferences | Hellenic Centre for Marine Research (HCMR) | Marine Biology Conferences  | Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research

Marine Biology Universities in USA:

Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution HBOI | Hawaii Pacific University | Humboldt State University (California) | Florida State University | Georgia Institute of Technology | Aquaculture Conferences | Massachusetts Institute of Technology | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration | American Geophysical Union | Marine Biology Conferences | American Society of Limnology and Oceanography | Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences (Maine) | Oceanography Conferences | Florida Institute of Technology | Lamont–Doherty Earth Observatory | Louisiana State University | Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) | Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) | Moss Landing Marine Laboratories | Marine Biology Conferences | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) | Naval Oceanographic Office | Naval Postgraduate School | Oceanography Conferences | Northeastern University Marine Science Center | Oregon State University | Princeton University | Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami | Aquaculture Conferences | Rutgers University (New Brunswick) | Schmidt Ocean Institute | Texas A&M University | University of California-Santa Barbara | University of California-Santa Cruz | University of California-San Diego | University of Connecticut | Marine Biology Conferences | University of Colorado (Boulder) | University of Delaware, College of Earth, Ocean and Environment | Nutrition Conferences

Marine Biology Universities in Asia:

Centre of Advanced Study in Marine Biology & Oceanography (CASMB) | Oceanography Conferences | Indian Institute of Technology Delhi | Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur | Indian Institute of Science | Center for Earth and Space Sciences | Aquaculture Conferences | Ocean University of China | Swire Institute of Marine Science | Chinese Academy of Sciences | The Second Institute of OceanographyMarine Biology Conferences | State Oceanic Administration | State Key Laboratory of Satellite Ocean Environment Dynamics | Centre for Ocean and Coastal Studies | Centre for Atmospheric and Ocean Studies | Centre for Marine Living Resources and Ecology, Ministry of Earth Sciences | Centre for Marine Science and Technology | Marine Biology Conferences | Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute, Kochi | Central Institute of Fisheries Technology | Nutrition Conferences | Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology | Oceanography Conferences | Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology | Kobe University | University of the Ryukyus | Center for Maritime History | National Sun Yat-Sen University | Aquaculture Conferences | National Taiwan Normal University | National Taiwan University | National Taiwan Ocean University | Department of Meteorology and OceanographyGoa University | Oceanography Conferences | Karnataka University | Research Center For Oceanography LIPI  Jakarta | Bogor Agricultural University | Marine Science and Technology Department | Aquaculture Conferences | Bandung Institute of Technology | Diponegoro University | Marine Science Faculty in Tarbiat Modares University | Iranian National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science | Marine Biology Conferences | Khorramshahr Marine Science and Technology University | Islamic Azad University of Tehran

Oceanography Societies:

British Geological Survey (BGS) | British Marine Life Study Society | Oceanography ConferencesCanadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society | CIESM - The Mediterranean Science Commission | Aquaculture Conferences | Coastal Research and Education Society of Long Island (CRESLI) | European Federation of Marine Science and Technology Societies (EFMS) | European Geophysical Society | Marine Biology Conferences | American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) | Australian Marine Sciences Association | Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society | European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet) | European Science Foundation Marine Board | Florida Oceanographic Society | Geological Survey of Canada | Oceanography Conferences | Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust | Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) | Inter-Agency Committee on Marine Science and Technology | Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) | Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO (IOC) | International Association of Aquatic and Marine Science Libraries and Information Centers (IAMSLIC) | Marine Biology Conferences | International Federation of Hydrographic Societies | International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) | International Maritime Organisation (IMO) | Italian Association of Oceanography and Limnology | Oceanography Conferences | Joint Oceanographic Institutions (JOI) | Korea Society of Coastal and Ocean Engineers | Marine and Oceanographic Technology Network | Aquaculture Conferences | Marine Conservation Society | Marine Environmental Research Institute | Marine Technology Society | National Association of Marine Laboratories | Marine Biology Conferences | National Shellfisheries Association | New Zealand Region of the Hydrographic Society | Ocean Conservation Society | Ocean Society of India | Oceanography Conferences | Oceanic Society | Oceanographic Society of Japan (JOS) | The Association of Marine Laboratories of the Caribbean | The Hydrographic Society | Aquaculture Conferences | The Hydrographic Society of America | The Oceanography Society | The Society for Marine Mammalogy | The Society for Underwater Technology (SUT)

Oceanography and Marine Biology Conferences:

Europe Conferences:

Oceanography Conferences, September 26-27, 2019, London, UK | Plant Genomics Conferences, June 13-14, 2019, Berlin, Germany | Veterinary Conferences, September 12-13, 2019, Sydney, Australia | Food Safety Conferences, May 23-24, 2019, Zurich, Switzerland | Marine Biology Conferences, December 03-04, 2018, Rome, Italy  | Food Nutrition Conferences, February 25-26, Philadelphia, USA | Food Conferences, February 28-March 02, 2019 London, UK | Plant Science Conferences, February 28 - March 01, 2019 London, UK | Childhood Obesity Conferences, March 18-19, 2019 Rome, Italy | Food Safety Conferences, May 23-24, 2019, Zurich, Switzerland | Clinical Nutrition Conferences, | March 04-06, 2019 Barcelona, Spain | Plant Genomics Conferences, June 13-14, 2019 Berlin, Germany | Food Packaging Conferences, June 13-14, 2019 Barcelona, Spain | Nutraceutical Conferences, July 08-09,2019 Berlin, Germany | Veterinary Conferences, May 02-03, 2019 London, UK | Nutrition Congress 2019, April 22-24, 2019 Rome, Italy | World Nutrition Conferences, June 17-18, 2019 London, UK | Nutrition Food Chemistry Conferences, September 25-26, 2019 Copenhagen, Denmark | Obesity Conferences, June 17-18, 2019 London ,UK | Food Technology Conferences, October 07-08, 2019 Dublin, Ireland | Aquaculture Conferences, August 22-23, 2019 Tokyo, Japan | Nutrition Week, September 12-13, 2019, Sydney, Australia | Plant Science 2019 Conferences, October 07-08, 2019, Madrid, Spain, Europe Nutrition Conferences, November 26-27, 2018, Barcelona, Spain | 20th International Conference on Marine Science and Engineering | Marine Biology Conferences | 52nd European Marine Biology Symposium | Oceanography Conferences | 19th International Conference on Atmospheric Moisture and Precipitation Measurement | Aquaculture Conferences | 10th Indo-Pacific Fish Conference | European Marine Biology Symposium | Marine Biology Conferences | Our Ocean 2017 conference | 5th EMSEA Conference | KIMO International Conference and AGM 2017 – Life Below Water | Oceanography Conferences | Conference on Shipping and the Environment - From Regional to Global Perspectives' | 13th International Conference on Agriculture & Horticulture September 10-12, 2018 Zurich, Switzerland | 1st International Conference on Materials Technology | Marine Biology Conferences | JPI Oceans Conference | Thirteenth Medcoast Congress on Coastal and Marine Sciences, Engineering, Management & Conservation (Medcoast 17) | 2nd COLUMBUS International Blue Society Knowledge Transfer Conference - Achieving Impact from Marine Research | Oceanography Conferences | 8th Edition of International Conference on Chemical Sciences | 8th International Conference on Chemistry Education and Research, August 27-28, 2018, Zurich, Switzerland | Conference on Water Pollution & Sewage Management, July 26-27, 2018, Rome, Italy | Marine Biology Conferences | 15th International Conference on Immunology Conference 2018, July 05-07, 2018, Vienna, Austria | 10th International Conference on Structural Biology | Oceanography Conferences | Conference on Environmental Science & Technology, March 29-31, 2018, Vienna, Austria | Congress on Enzymology, August 13-14, 2018, Paris, France | World Congress on Materials Science and Engineering, August 23-25, 2018 | Aquaculture Conferences | 3rd International Enzymology Conferences, March 05-06, 2018 London, UK | 12th International Metabolomics Conferences, May 14-15, 2018, Baltimore, USA | 13th Systems Biology Conferences, June 11-12, 2018 London, UK  | Marine Biology Conferences | 4th Glycobiology Congress, September 17-19, 2018, Rome, Italy | 10th Euro-Global Summit on Aquaculture & Fisheries May 28-29, 2018 London, UK,

USA Conferences:

Ocean Carbon Hot Spots Workshop: | 19th International Coastal Infrastructure Engineering Conferences | Marine Biology Conferences  | 19th International Acoustical Oceanography Conference, Ocean Acoustics and Modelling Conference | 19th International Applications of Nanoengineering Conference and Marine Sciences Conference | GEO Week 2017 - Insight for a Changing World | Oceanography Conferences | International Applications of Marine Genomics Conferences | International Marine Chemistry Conferences– Atlanta | AGU Fall Meeting 2017 | 19th International Aquatic Environment Conferences and Biodiversity Conferences | 19th International Marine Biodiversity Conferences | Aquaculture Conferences | 2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting | 4th U.S Ocean Acidification PI Meeting | Conference and Seminar on Ocean Mesoscale Eddy Interactions with the Atmosphere Workshop | 6th International Marine Debris Conference | Marine Biology Conferences | 4th International Effects of Climate Change Conferences on the World's Oceans | 2018 Ocean Carbon & Biogeochemistry Workshop | The IV International El Niño Southern Oscillation Conferences: ENSO in a Warmer Climate | Oceanography Conferences | 9th International Fisheries & Aquaculture Conferences September 17-19, 2018 Vancouver, Canada | Global Summit on Agriculture Technology and Food Science | Aquaculture Conferences | Agriculture Technology and Food Science Conferences September 12-13, 2018 Richmond, Virginia, USA

Asia and Middle East Conferences:

19th International Environmental Geosciences Conferences and Marine Geology Conferences | Marine Biology Conferences | Emerging Trends In Environmental Engineering Conferences and Pollution Control Conferences13-15 March 2017, China | Estuarine Coastal Sciences Conferences | Oceanography Conferences | 19th International Hydrometeorological Conference | International Oceanography and Marine Biology Conferences | Fifth International on Arctic Research Symposium | Aquaculture Conferences | 20th International Biological Oceanography Conferences and Fisheries Management Conferences | 20th International Acoustical Oceanography Conference and Applications | Marine Biology Conferences | 3rd Open Science Western Pacific Ocean Circulation and Climate Conference OTO-2018 OCEANS-MTS/IEEE Kobe Techno-Ocean | 5th International Marine Conservation Congress (IMCC5) | Oceanography Conferences | 2018 Gordon Research on Ocean Biogeochemistry Conferences | 12th World Congress on Aquaculture & Fisheries September 19-20, 2018 Hong Kong | 3rd International Geo Sciences Conferences, October 13-14, 2018, Canada | Aquaculture Conferences | 9th International Conference on Reduce, Reuse and Recycling, December 12-13, 2018, Canada | 2nd International Ecology and Ecosystem Conferences, September 15-16, 2018 | Marine Biology Conferences | 4th Annual Congress on Pollution and Global Warming, November 15-16, 2018 | 20th International Oceanography Conferences, March 12-13, 2018 |

Africa Conferences:

19th Marine Food Science and Technology Conferences | International Marine and Atmospheric Sciences Conferences | Marine Biology Conferences | 35TH INTERNATIONAL GEOLOGICAL CONGRESS | 2017 Southern African Marine Science Symposium - Law of the Sea | The SA Marine Science Symposium 2017 | Oceanography Conferences | International Agriculture, Food and Conferences, November 22-23, 2018 Cape Town, South Africa

Ocean Science Companies:

Marine Biology Companies in USA:

Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) | Marine Biology Conferences | Pro-ROV Services | Atmospheric and Environmental Research Inc. (AER) | Ocean Research & Conservation Association (ORCA) | Oceanography Conferences | Aqua BioTech Group | LIFESTREAM Water systems Inc. | Turner Designs, Inc | Xylem Analytics | Aquaculture Conferences | Hydros, Inc., Environmental Diagnostics | Ocean Scientific International ltd. (OSIL) | SeaView Systems, Inc. | EcoJump LLC | Earth Resources Technology, Inc. (ERT) | ZAPS Technologies, Inc. | Interactive Oceanographics | Marine Biology Conferences | TEG Oceanographic Services | General Oceanics Inc. | Valeport Ltd | Stevens Water Monitoring Systems, Inc. | Stevens Water Monitoring Systems, Inc. | Oceanography Conferences | Falmouth Scientific, Inc. (FSI) | Ocean Surveys, Inc. | Precision Measurement Engineering, Inc. (PME) | Teledyne Webb Research (TWR) | McLane Research Laboratories, Inc. | John W. Fisk Company

Marine Biology Companies in Europe:

Trident Sensors Ltd. | Partrac Ltd | Floatex | Underwater Resources Inc | Marine Biology Conferences | Focus Offshore Ltd. | Titan Environmental Surveys Ltd | ETS (Worldwide) Ltd | Ultura Water | CSO Consultancy | Oceanography Conferences | RES Offshore | SeaQuipment BV | MIROS AS | Sea & Sun Technology GmbH | Star-Oddi Ltd. | STERELA | G. Lufft Mess- und Regeltechnik GmbH | Aquaculture Conferences | Aquatec Group Ltd | Fugro | Dartcom | Remer S.r.l. | Fugro OCEANOR AS | AnHydre | Planet Ocean Ltd | Aqualabo Group | RS Aqua Ltd | Canarina Environmental Software | Marine Biology Conferences | Instrumentation Analitica S.A. | Van Walt Limited | Water Technology Ltd. | Environmental Scientifics Group | Survey Engineer Intertech Co., Ltd.

Marine Biology Companies in Europe:

The First Institute of Oceanography, SOA | Sea and Land Technologies Pte Ltd | Coordinating Committee on Hydrometeorology and Pollution Monitoring of the Caspian Sea (CASPCOM) | Marine Biology Conferences | Edinburgh Instruments Ltd | BW Geohydromatics | Israel Oceanographic and Limnological Research (IOLR) | General Oceanics Inc. | Marine Biology Conferences | Valeport Ltd | LinkOcean Technologies Ltd. | Stevens Water Monitoring Systems, Inc. | Phame Enterprises | Oceanalpha Co., Ltd. | Oceantech Co. | Teledyne TapTone | Oceanography Conferences | Coastal Diagnostic Services Pte. Ltd. | Aanderaa Data Instruments - a Xylem brand | Hydrometeorological Technical Materials Company, Inc. | Hangzhou King Titanium Co., Ltd. | Aquaculture Conferences | AquaBioTech Group | WKC Group | Orion Technologies FZE | Aquaculture Conferences | Teledyne RD Instruments | WeeLee International Co., Ltd. | Focus Middle East FZCO | Survey Engineer Intertech Co., Ltd. | OptoCom Equiptech (M) Sdn Bhd | Meiwafosis Co., Ltd. | Ageotec s.r.l./ Lighthouse SpA | Applied Science Associates, Inc | RPS Group Plc | Allegheny Technologies Incorporated (ATI) | Open Seas Instrumentation Inc. | Oceanography Conferences | G. Lufft Mess- und Regeltechnik GmbH | YSI Hydrodata - a Xylem brand | Geometrics, Inc. | Aquatec Group Ltd | Dartcom

Marine Biology Jobs

Oceanography Jobs in Europe:

Nuclear Engineer (Spent Fuel Management) | Marine Biology Conferences | Radiation Safety and Nuclear Security Regulation Officer | Research Scientist | Ecologist | Research Information Analyst/Data Scientist | Research Position in Ecosystem Ecology | Oceanography Conferences | Temporary Post-Doctoral Research Scientist - WATexR (Climate JPI) Project | Earth Observation Research and Development Support | Aquaculture Conferences | Earth Observation Scientist | International Faculty Cluster Hire in Geological Oceanography | Assistant Professor, Maritime Safety and Environmental Administration | Marine Biology Conferences | Assistant Professor - Biology | Marine Carbonate / Analytical Chemist: Carbonate System Sensor Development | Faculty Position in Coastal Hazards | Oceanography Conferences | Marine Biologist Researcher | Hydrographic Surveyor | Global Fisheries Improvement Lead | Hydrodynamic Data Assimilation Modeller

Oceanography Jobs in USA:

Meteorology Officers | Oceanographer | Interdisciplinary Cartographer/Geographer (DEU-PERM-JJ) | Marine Biology Conferences | Tenure Track Research Scientist - Physical Oceanography | Underwater Acoustics Researcher | Research Associate | Oceanography Conferences | COASTAL RESOURCES SCIENTIST MANAGER | Nutrition Conferences | Environmental Program Specialist IV | Business Services Coordinator | Senior Scientist | Fish Biologist | Aquaculture Conferences | Administrative Assistant - Pediatric Surgery | Ocean Research Scientist | Fishery Biologist I/II | Sales Representative/Marine Biologist | Conservation AssistantBioinformatician | Sales Engineer (Marine Sector / Wide Product Range) | Marine Biology Conferences | Senior Executive, Sembcorp Marine Laboratory | Infrastructure Engineer (Marine) | Reclamation Project Manager (Geotechnical / Marine & Hydrodynamic modelling)

Oceanography Jobs in Asia:

Multiple Faculty Positions at Hohai University | Marine Biology Conferences | Cluster Hiring in Geo-Bioinformatics/Environmental Genomics and Organic Biogeochemistry | Senior Scientist or Senior Technical Scientist at D-SUGAR, JAMSTEC | Oceanography Conferences | Principal Scientist or Principal Technical Scientist at DSEP, JAMSTEC | Faculty Positions in Physical and biological Oceanography, marine geophysics/geology | Freelance Editors - Physical Sciences, Medicine, Life Sciences, Psychology | Aquaculture Conferences | Volunteer: Marine Biologist | Offshore Permitting Project Manager | Senior Marine Biologist | Marine Manager (Tanker) | Marine Biology Conferences | Project Engineer @ (Marine - Navigation Communication) | MARINE & VETTING SUPERINTENDENT | Oceanography Conferences | Regional Project Manager - Marine Navigation / Communications Experience | Senior Executive, Sembcorp Marine Laboratory (170000DV)

Oceanography Journals:

Journal of Oceanography & Marine Biology | Annual Review of Marine Science | Fish and Fisheries | Marine Biology Conferences | Journal of Physical Oceanography | Ocean Modelling | Palaeoceanography | Journal of Geophysical Research | Ocean Science | Global and Planetary Change | Oceanography ConferencesProgress in Oceanography | Limnology and Oceanography | Marine Geology | Marine and Petroleum Geology | Deep-Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers | ICES Journal of Marine Science | Aquaculture Conferences | Journal of Marine Systems | Marine Chemistry | Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology | Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography | Paleogeography, Paleoclimatology, Paleoecology | Marine Biology Conferences | Marine Pollution Bulletin | Fisheries Oceanography | Marine Environmental Research | Polar Research | Journal of Operational OceanographyBulletin of Marine Science | Oceanography Conferences | Continental Shelf Research | Journal of Marine Science and Technology | Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science | Marine Micropaleontology | Ocean Dynamics | Atmosphere - Ocean | Aquaculture Conferences | Tellus, Series A: Dynamic Meteorology and Oceanography | Journal of Sea Research | Ocean and Coastal Management | Marine Resource Economics | Aquatic Biology | Marine Biology Conferences | Mediterranean Marine Science | Methods in Oceanography | Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans | Palaeontologia Electronica | Marine and Freshwater Research | Geo-Marine Letters | Oceanography Conferences | Antarctic Science | Marine Biology Research | Journal of Marine Research | Helgoland Marine Research | Journal of Oceanography | Marine Geophysical Researches | Oceanologia | Marine Geodesy | Scientia Marina | Aquaculture Conferences | Marine Biodiversity | Journal of Navigation | Marine Georesources and Geotechnology | Egyptian Journal of Aquatic Research | Bollettino di Geofisica Teorica ed Applicata | Journal of Coastal Conservation | Marine Biology Conferences | Terrestrial, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences | Atmospheric and Oceanic Optics | Latin American Journal of Aquatic Research | Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology | Oceanography Conferences | Oceanology | Russian Journal of Pacific Geology | Marine Technology Society Journal | International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law | Aquaculture Conferences | Acta Oceanologica Sinica | Izvestiya - Atmospheric and Ocean Physics | International Journal of Nautical Archaeology | Marine Ornithology | Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Science | Marine Biology Conferences | Journal of Earthquake and Tsunami | Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium 2014, HWRS 2014 - Conference Proceedings | Oceanography Conferences | Phuket Marine Biological Center Research Bulletin | Bulletin of the Plankton Society of Japan | Advanced Series on Ocean Engineering | International Journal of Oceans and Oceanography | Aquaculture Conferences | Annales Hydrographiques | IWMI Research Report | International Ocean Systems | Proceedings WODCON XX - Congress and Exhibition: The Art of Dredging | Offshore | Hydro International | Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin | Revista de Biologia Marina y Oceanografia | Brazilian Journal of Oceanography | Ocean Science Journal | Journal of the Indian Ocean Region | Oceanography Conferences | Memoirs of Museum Victoria | Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems | Thalassas | Science of Tsunami Hazards | Plankton and Benthos Research | Geoacta (Argentina) | Oceanological and Hydrobiological Studies | Aquaculture Conferences | Journal of Ocean University of China | Chinese Journal of Oceanology and Limnology | Russian Journal of Marine Biology | Indian Journal of Geo-Marine Sciences | Marine Biology Conferences | Acta Adriatica | Marine Biodiversity Records | IAHS Publication (International Association of Hydrological Sciences) | Journal of Integrated Coastal Zone Management

List of Marine Biology Products:

Remotely operated underwater vehicle (ROV) | Standard Thermometer | Bucket Thermometer | Marine Biology Conferences | Reversing Thermometer (for Nansen Bottle) | Bathythermograph (BT) | Hydrometer (quick test type for aquariums) | Hydrometer Set | Oceanography Conferences | Chemical Test Kit (Knudsen) | Salinometer | Chemical Test Kit (Winkler Titration) | Dissolved Oxygen Probe 4. pH | pH test strips | Chemical Test Kit | pH meter | Secchi Disk | Aquaculture Conferences | Forel/Ule Scale (used with the Secchi disk) | There are chemical tests for numerous dissolved substances including Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen, Phosphates, Ammonia, Lead, Copper and Manganese | Sounder (lead line) | Marine Biology Conferences | Fathometer | Surveying Equipment | Current Meter | Dye | Drogues | Drift Bottles | Drift Cards | Scuba gear | Life jackets | Nets | Cameras | Boats | Oceanography Conferences | Logbooks (for recording scads of data) | Tracking equipment | Oxygen supply | Radio receiver (great for keeping in touch with teammates) | Stopwatch  | Hyperion Fluorometer | fastCTD Profiler | rapidCTD Profiler | Aquaculture Conferences | MIDAS CTD+ Multiparameter Profiler | Benthos MiniROVER MKII | CTD Profiler and Water Sampling System

 

 

 

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