Scientists communicate ideas and knowledge in many ways, and one of the most fruitful is presentation at scientific meetings and conferences. Here are listed the important Arctic research conferences, both national and international. Please see each conference page for details of the CAO scientists attending and presenting their research at these conferences.
Challenger Society 18th Biennial Conference
10-14 September 2018 at Newcastle University, UK
The biennial conference of the Challenger Society attracts over 300 of the world’s leading marine scientists and showcases cutting-edge marine science and technologies.
12-17 August 2018 at Boston, USA
Goldschmidt is the foremost annual, international conference on geochemistry and related subjects, organised by the Geochemical Society and the European Association of Geochemistry.
SCAR & IASC Conference (POLAR2018)
19-23 June 2018 at Davos, Switzerland
POLAR2018 is a joint event from the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research SCAR and the International Arctic Science Committee IASC.
World Conference on Marine Biodiversity 2018
13-16 May 2018 at Montreal, Canada
The World Conference on Marine Biodiversity (WCMB) has become the major focal assembly to share research outcomes, management and policy issues, and discussions on the role of biodiversity in sustaining ocean ecosystems.
Geochemistry Group Research in Progress (GGRiP)
27-28 March 2018 at University of St Andrews, Fife
The Geochemistry Group’s Research in Progress (GGRiP) meeting offers an opportunity for PhD students and Early Career Researchers working in any field of geochemistry to present and discuss their research in a relaxed social atmosphere.
ASLO/AGU Ocean Sciences
11-16 February 2018 at Portland, Oregon
The Ocean Sciences Meeting is a popular conference, spanning a broad array of marine science topics.
Arctic Change 2017 Conference
11-15 December 2017 at Quebec, Canada
Arctic Change 2017 brings together leading Arctic researchers, graduate students, Northern community representatives, government and industry partners and stakeholders from all fields.
Arctic Circle Assembly
13-15 October 2017 at Reykjavik, Iceland
The Arctic Circle is the largest network of international dialogue and cooperation on the future of the Arctic, and the annual Assembly is the largest annual international gathering on the Arctic, attended by more than 2000 participants from 50 countries.
UK Arctic Science Conference
19-21 September 2017 at Oban, UK
This three day conference brings together UK Arctic scientists of all natural and social science disciplines to present and discuss recent findings.