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Science webinars

Each month, EMB will host an hour-long webinar on the marine science that underpins EMB publications. Webinars will typically take place on the third Thursday of every month from 13:00-14:00 CEST, starting in August 2020.

The webinars showcase the research that is done at EMB’s member institutes and by the authors of EMB publications. They are hosted for free on ZOOM by EMB and are open to anyone with an interest in marine science. A maximum of 100 people are able to attend live, and the webinar is also livestreamed on the EMB Youtube channel. The recording and presentation are made available on the EMB website and YouTube channel after the event for later viewing.

The format of the webinar includes a short opening by the European Marine Board moderator and up to 30 minutes of presentation by one or two people, with an opportunity for the audience to ask questions.

 

The upcoming webinars will take place on the dates listed below. You click on the link to find out more information about the topic and speakers, as well as register for the webinar:

- Thursday 21 January 2021: Future Science Brief 5 on Valuing Marine Ecosystem Services: Case studies on marine ecosystem service valuation

- Thursday 18 February 2021: Marine Ecosystem Modelling

- Thursday 18 March 2021: EMB Young Ambassadors

- Thursday 15 April 2021: Marine Citizen Science in UK and Ireland

 

You can find out more about previous editions of the science webinars below:

- Thursday 19 November 2020: Position Paper 25 on Marine Citizen Science: Advancing citizen science of coastal and ocean research: Norwegian case studies

- Thursday 15 October 2020: Position Paper 21 on submerged prehistoric landscapes: Prehistoric researches on the EU continental shelf, by crossing the boundary between archaeology and marine geology

- Thursday 17 September 2020: Navigating the Future V: The cells of ecosystem functioning: Towards a holistic vision of marine space

- Thursday 20 August 2020: Future Science Brief 4 on Marine Ecosystem Modelling: Using ecosystem models to address the ecological and economic effects of climate change and the CFP landing obligation