Events Calandar

Events Calandar

Australian Events

Australian Marine Sciences Association (AMSA) Annual Conference – Estuaries to Oceans

From the upper reaches of urban estuaries to the remote seas of the Southern ocean, marine science enables us to understand, conserve and sustainably manage our marine world. The focus of the 2015 AMSA conference, “Estuaries to Oceans” encompasses the importance of transitions, boundaries and connectivity in the dynamics of marine systems.‘There are some exciting changes to the format of this year’s conference with the introduction of E-poster talks and a more focused approach to themes and symposia. A call for additional themes and symposia is open till 9 January and abstracts will open shortly thereafter. See the program overview and presentations sections for more details.The conference will be held on the shores of Port Phillip Bay, at Deakin University’s Waterfront campus in the central business district of Geelong. Originally built as woolstores in 1893, the buildings have been extensively renovated to create a modern and impressive campus centre. Geelong is Victoria’s largest regional city and is the gateway to the Great Ocean Road, beautiful surf beaches and an amazing wine region.’
Geelong, Australia
5-9 July 2015

18th International River Symposium – Excellence, collaboration & Integration

The theme for the 2015 International Riversymposium “Healthy Rivers – Healthy Economies” is a wonderful opportunity to engage with the multitude of businesses and organisations who contribute to and benefit from the wise management of rivers and their catchments. Water has risen high on the business agenda and a decline in freshwater quality and quantity was judged the greatest risk facing the globe at the 2015 World Economic Forum. The contribution that healthy rivers make to our economies and wellbeing is extraordinary, but often taken for granted.
Brisbane, Australia
21-24 September 2015

Greenhouse 2015 – Atmosphere, oceans and ice

Over the four days of the conference, presentations will cover the latest national and international climate change science, with a focus on the Southern Hemisphere. There will also be dedicated sessions on communicating the science and how the science informs policy.Plenary, parallel and poster sessions will include presentations on:

  • Air, land and sea observations: the latest research
  • Science informing impacts and adaptation
  • Climate modelling and projections
  • Climate variability and extreme events
  • Communication, policy and economics.

27-30 October 2015


International Events

2015 Aquatic Sciences Meeting – Global and Regional Perspectives – East Meets South

Association for the Sciences of Limnology & Oceanography
The 2015 meeting will contribute to the ongoing international development of ASLO by bringing together a diverse group of participants at a site where many cultures have engaged throughout the centuries. Located in the South of Spain, Granada is anchored by the Sierra Nevada Mountains, the highest mountain range of the Iberian Peninsula and the tropical coast of the Mediterranean Sea.   With a history deep in diversity, to a present rich in culture, vitality, and acceptance, Granada is the perfect setting to bring together scientists, engineers, students, educators, policy makers and other stake holders to engage in an international dialogue. 
Granada, Spain
22nd to 27th February 2015

Aquatic Biodiversity & Ecosystems – Evolution, interactions & global change

The ABE meeting is a conference for aquatic scientists (both marine and freshwater) with a focus on evolution, interactions and long-term change – particularly how these shape patterns of biodiversity and the relationships between biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. 
University of Liverpool, UK
30th August to 4th September 2015


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