SOLAS Event Report Series
Issue 08- December 2017- Conference on: “Shipping and the Environment - From Regional to Global Perspectives”, Workshop on: “Shipping”, Gothenburg, Sweden, October, 2017.
Issue 07- November 2017- 'Good Hope for Earth Science: Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics for the 21st Century, SOLAS sub-session: A tribute to Prof. Roland von Glasow', Cape Town, South Africa, August 2017.
Issue 06- September 2017- Workshop series on SOLAS Science and Society, Brussels, Belgium, October 2016, Monaco, March 2017, and Rome, Italy June 2017.
Issue 05- September 2017- Workshop on 'Frontiers in ocean-atmosphere exchange: Air-sea interface and fluxes of mass and energy', Cargèse, Corsica, France, May 2017.
Issue 04- July2017- Community workshop of CATCH (Cryosphere and Atmospheric Chemistry), 19-21 April 2017, Guyancourt, France.
Issue 03- June2017- Annual meeting of the Biogechemical Exchange at the Sea Ice Interfaces, BEPSII, 3-5 April 2017, La Jolla, USA.
Issue 02- June2017- Ocean Acidification practical training and networking meeting, 13-16 Feb 2017, Dakar, Senegal.
Issue 01- May2017- Two GESAMP WG38 workshops in parallel on 'Changing Atmospheric Acidity and its Impacts on the Oceanic Solubility of Nutrients' and on 'The Impact of Ocean Acidification on Fluxes of Non-CO2 Climate Active Species', 27 Feb-2 March 2017, Norwich, UK.
SCOR WG 141 - Guide to study oceans´s surface
SCOR WG 141 on Sea-Surface Microlayers. Members of the group have been working on a guide to best practices to study the ocean’s surface.
IGAC 2012 Atmospheric Chemistry in the Anthropocene Conference
SOLAS partially sponsored two scientists to attend the Atmospheric Chemistry in the Anthropocene conference which took place in Beijing, China on 17-21 September 2012. Read the report from one of the sponsored participant to get an insight of the conference.
PICES 2012 Annual Meeting
SOLAS sponsored two scientists to assist to the PICES 2012 Annual Meeting 'Effects of natural and anthropogenic stressors in the North Pacific ecosystems: Scientific challenges and possible solutions' in Hiroshima, Japan on 12-21 October 2012.
Read the report from the scientist sponsored to give a talk at the session 10.
To get an overall insight on the session 10 'Ecosystem responses to multiple stressors in the North Pacific' and the session 14 'Changing ocean biogeochemistry and its ecosystem impacts', read the reports released by PICES.
- last update November 2017 -