- Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society
The Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (CMOS) is the national society of individuals and organizations dedicated to advancing atmospheric and oceanic sciences and related environmental disciplines in Canada. The Society’s aim is to promote meteorology and oceanography in Canada, and it is a major non-governmental organization serving the interests of meteorologists, climatologists, oceanographers, limnologists, hydrologists and cryospheric scientists in Canada. CMOS was officially created in 1967 as the Canadian Meteorological Society and adopted its present name in 1977, following an invitation by the Canadian Meteorological Society to the oceanographic community in Canada to join the Society. However, CMOS has a rich history dating back to 1939 when it was known as the Canadian Branch of the Royal Meteorological Society. NOTE: MAYBE YOU SHOULD ADD "METEOROLOGY" TO YOUR DISCIPLINES
http://www.cmos.ca & http://www.scmo.ca
4th EuroGOOS conference, June 6-9 2005, Brest, France.
Scientific conference focusing on the European Operational Oceanography: Present and Future. The Conference will focus on operational oceanography which can be defined as the activity of systematic and long-term routine measurements of the oceans including coastal zones and atmosphere, and their rapid interpretation and dissemination. The goal of the Conference is to review the progress of operational oceanography during the past three years on both European and global scale, identifying gaps in the current observing and forecasting capacity and plan the next steps towards efficient marine environment predictions.
Association of Marine Scientic Industries (AMSI)
The Association of Marine Scientific Industries (AMSI) is a constituent association of the Society of Maritime Industries. As a market orientated trade association, it services companies in the marine science and technology sector and is also the focus for the oceanology interests of members of the Society of Maritime Industries.
Coastal ocean processes and observatories: Advancing coastal research. Georgia, US. May 7-9 2002.
Workshop that examined the potential advances that can be achieved by inclusion of observatory-based measurements, assimilative modeling techniques and other emerging technologies into coastal research initiatives.
Littoral 2002, Porto, Portugal. September 22-26, 2002.
6th International Biennial Conference providing an international network for the exchange and dissemination of information and experience and promoted by EUROCOAST and EUCC.
ICES Annual Science Conference. Bruges, Belgium, 2730 September, 2000.
International Council for the Exploration of the Sea annual science conference.
International Summer School on Surface Ocean-Lower Atmosphere Study, Université de Corse, France. June 30 - July 11, 2003.
School introducing the new international research programme on Surface Ocean-Lower Atmosphere Study (SOLAS). SOLAS aims to achieve quantitative understanding of the key biogeochemical-physical interactions and feedbacks between the ocean and the atmosphere, and how this coupled system affects and is affected by climate and environmental changes. The school is intended for graduate students at all levels in environmental and pure sciences, with interests in air-sea interactions.
Coastal Sediments 2003, Florida, US. May 18-23, 2003
A multi-disciplinary international conference convened for researchers and practitioners to discuss science and engineering issues of coastal sediment processes. The conference will provide a high level technical forum for exchange of information among the fields of coastal engineering, geology, oceanography, meteorology, physical oceanography, and biology.
2004 Ocean Research Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii. February 15-20, 2004.
Co-sponsored by the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography and The Oceanography Society this conference will provide a forum for researchers to highlight recent advances with an emphasis on the integration of aquatic sciences as well as the breadth of ocean research including engineering, industrial, public policy, and marine research.
California and the World Ocean 2002, Santa Barbara, California. October 27-30, 2002.
Continuation of a state-sponsored conference of the same name first held almost 40 years ago, and then again in 1997. CWO '02 will provide an opportunity to use California as a case study and a springboard for discussions on the best ways to create, implement, or improve ocean and coastal resource management strategies for coastal states, territories, and commonwealths located throughout the United States and the world.