|You are here: GulfBase > Upcoming Events > Global Ocean Biodiversity Initiative Annual Meeting||•|
Global Ocean Biodiversity Initiative Annual Meeting
conservation organizations advancing the scientific basis for conserving biological diversity in the deep seas and open oceans. As of today it consists of more than 20 partners: Agence des aires marines protégées; Aquamaps; BfN; Birdlife International; CBD; CenSeam; Coral Reef Studies; CSIRO; DOP; GRID-ARENDAL; Hermione; IOC; Marine Conservation Institute; MGEL Duke University; OBIS; TOPP; SANBI; SFP; UNU‐IAS; and WCMC.
The GOBI Annual Meeting brings once a year all the GOBI partners together to: i) assess progress on the fulfillment of the partnership Mission, ii) to report on their activities related to GOBI and iii) to plan future joint work in support of the CBD led process to identify EBSAs. The meeting will convene in Internal Sessions (for GOBI members only) on Saturday 24 the whole day and in the morning of Sunday 25. GOBI will host an Open Science Session on Sunday afternoon (13:30–18:00), highlighting work related to its activities, and everybody is welcome to join.
Venue: Gordon Suite A, AECC (Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre), Aberdeen, U.K.
Guests by invitation.
Location: Aberdeen, Scotland, U.K.
Dates: September 24-25, 2011
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Home Page URL: http://www.comlsecretariat.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/GOBI-Annual-Meeting-Announcement.pdf
Update this upcoming event's info
GulfBase is a project of the
Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.
To give proper credit to the original authors, please cite information taken from GulfBase by the original source as displayed.
To cite GulfBase, use: F. Moretzsohn, J.A. Sánchez Chávez, and J.W. Tunnell, Jr., Editors. 2014. GulfBase: Resource Database for Gulf of Mexico Research. World Wide Web electronic publication. http://www.gulfbase.org, 29 July 2014.
|You are visitor since October 15, 2002.||GulfBase Team Contact Info|