Challenger Society Marine Science Conference 2014
Valeport will be attending the Challenger Society Marine Science Conference 2014, being held at Plymouth University, Plymouth, Devon. It's just a short journey along the A38 for the Valeport Team from their base in Totnes.
This biennial conference attracts over 300 leading UK marine scientists and science managers, as well as showcasing cutting edge marine science and technology.
The conference is also noted for its training of young scientists and features superb networking events where exhibitors, presenters and visitors can meet.
Plymouth University is at the heart of the UK's Marine Science Industry.
The University offers research and education on civil and coastal engineering, marine biology, marine science, mechanical, marine and materials engineering and navigation and maritime science.
The Marine Science Facility within the University is one of the largest and best equipped of its kind in Europe, with almost 100 staff, 1800 students, a dedicated fleet of vessels, purpose built laboratories, world-class wave tanks, and newly built Marine Station.
Keynote speakers and topics are:
- Prof Jason Hall-Spencer — Ecosystem effects of ocean acidification
- Prof Icarus Allen — Towards next generation of marine ecosystem models
- Dr Isabelle Rombouts – Pelagic biodiversity: from patterns to emerging processes
- Dr Emily Shuckburgh — The polar oceans in a changing climate
- Dr Adrian Glover — Environmental futures in the deep-sea mining frontier
Valeport are the UK's leading manufacturer of Oceanographic, Hydrographic and Hydrometric Equipment. Products such as Wave Recorders, Tide Gauges, Sound Velocity Profilers and Echosounders offer a wide range of Marine Science Technology that is essential to Harbour Authorities, Marine Research, Universities and Renewable Energy companies.
If you have a interest in what's happening in Oceanology and Marine Technology, then a visit to Challenger Society Marine Science Conference 2014 in Plymouth is one for your calendar.
For more information about Valeport and how they may help you with Oceanographic & Hydrometric Technology, get in touch with the Team email: firstname.lastname@example.org