Biogeochemistry Across Boundaries - a celebration of Professor Tim Jickells
AMBIO IX 24th-27th June 2019, UEA
About AMBIO IX: On the occasion of AMBIO’s ninth biennial meeting, we are delighted to celebrate the immense contributions of Professor Tim Jickells. Tim’s career has touched the full breadth of marine biogeochemistry, where he has personally pioneered transformative research and championed support for many of us in diverse roles of marine biogeochemical research, teaching and governance at local, national and international scales.
With support from the Challenger Society, University of East Anglia, Planet Ocean Ltd and Cefas, we look forward to hosting a 3-day conference in Norwich, with a celebratory dinner to be held on Wednesday June 26th. A outline programme is available here.
Professor Robert Duce, Texas A&M University
Assnt. Professor Laura Bristow, University of Southern Denmark
Professor Richard Sanders, National Oceanography Centre
Dr Sian Henely, University of Edinburgh
Professor Tim Jickells, University of East Anglia
SUBMIT NOW: We are pleased invite your submission of abstracts that present new data, new ideas and/or new approaches to advance understanding of biogeochemical processes within the ocean and across its boundaries - from equator to poles and from sky to seafloor.
To learn more and submit your abstract before the extended on May 3rd, 2019, Click here.
REGISTER NOW: AMBIO offers subsidised registration rates for members of the Challenger Society for Marine Science, and further subsidised registration for students members. Please register your attendance at AMBIO IX before the deadline on May 31st 2019 via the UEA conference-booking site here.
Further information is given on this link.
AMBIO is a thriving Special Interest Group of the Challenger Society for Marine Science - dedicated to, and run by, its members.
Our mission is to:
- Provide a technical forum for students, educators, researchers and governmental and industrial partners with shared interests in marine biogeochemistry;
- Communicate and facilitate the proposal of strategic research, infrastructure development and collaboration;
- Connect Early Career Researchers (ECRs) with the UK-marine biogeochemical network;
- Enable access to mentoring across institutions for early- and mid-career marine biogeochemists;
- Disseminate recent advances in marine biogeochemistry through the biennial AMBIO science meetings;
- Promote ECRs and celebrate important contributors to marine biogeochemistry through awards, recognition and social engagements at AMBIO meetings;
- Engage other Special Interest Groups for the benefit of cross-disciplinary research.
AMBIO held a half-day Town Hall event after the 2018 Challenger Society Conference in Newcastle. Minutes from this meeting are available here, and include our latest SIG developments, present national capability and strategic funding opportunities, plans for AMBIO IX and identified actions for our members. Thanks to all who supported this event and to those who did so remotely but could not attend on the day.
Links to past meetings
AMBIO VIII - The Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS), September 6th-8th, 2017. You can read a summary of this event on the Challenger blog page.
AMBIO VII - University of Oxford, January 6th-8th, 2016. You can read a summary of this event here.
For any related interests please contact Will Homoky (Chair): email@example.com
Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford, South Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3AN, UK
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Challenger Society AGM 2019
University of Edinburgh - September 10th 2019: 1330-1400
Ocean Modelling Meeting
The Institute for Global Change of the University of Edinburgh School of GeoSciences is pleased to host the Annual Meeting of the Challenger Society Special Interest Group for Ocean Modelling, and the Challenger Society’s AGM.
Ocean Challenge search function
There is a new online search function for all Ocean Challenge issues that allows anyone to easily search for articles on a specific topic. We hope this will be used not just by the marine science community but by educators who would otherwise not have access to such resources.