LESSONS FROM TWO HIGH CO2 WORLDS - FUTURE OCEANS AND INTENSIVE AQUACULTURE

10 – 12 APRIL 2018; SÃO MIGUEL, AZORES

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION – DEADLINE: 16 FEBRUARY 2018

There is only one week left to submit your abstract for this year’s Animal symposium, Lessons from two high CO2 worlds – future oceans and intensive aquaculture, in the Azores.

Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to present your research in oral or poster presentation at the symposium and network with colleagues in your field from a global community.

Submit your abstract

REGISTRATION
Early bird registration deadline: 2 March 2018

Registration is open for the symposium and we would encourage you to register before the early bird deadline to take advantage of the discounted member rates.

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

  • Carol Turley OBE (Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK) - CO2 and the ocean: An increasingly important issue on global to local scales for governments and society

 

  • Christopher Good (The Conservation Fund’s Freshwater Institute, USA) - Assessing the impacts of dissolved carbon dioxide in intensive water recirculation aquaculture
  • Cory Suski (University of Illinois, USA) - Carbon dioxide and freshwater fish: Insights from barrier applications
  • Göran E. Nilsson (University of Oslo, Norway) - Neurophysiological mechanisms linking high-CO2 with altered behaviour
  • Philip Munday (James Cook University, Australia) - Ocean acidification and marine fishes: The current state of knowledge, uncertainties, and future perspectives
  • Rod Wilson (University of Exeter, UK) - Using fundamental physiology to tackle high CO2 associated problems in aquaculture
  • Bill Dewey (Taylor Shellfish Farms, USA) - Impacts of ocean acidification on United States west coast shellfish aquaculture
  • Chris Harley (University of British Columbia, Canada) - Ocean acidification impacts: Confronting complexity and context-dependence
  • Sam Dupont (University of Gothenburg, Sweden) - From local adaptation to resilience– how to predict (and be prepared) for future global changes
  • Grant Stentiford (Cefas, UK) - Disease as the major barrier to sustainable aquaculture production to 2050

Find out more about our keynote speakers

OPTIONAL TOURS (12 APRIL 2018)

We will also be organising three optional ½ day tours taking place in the afternoon on 12 April as part of the symposium. Tours will need to be selected when registering and more details on the tours can be found below:

Tour 1 - Pineapple plantation visit - Price: Free

Tour 2 - Visit to the geothermal power plant of Pico Vermelho - Price: Free

Tour 3 - Whale watching - Price: £32 per person

More information on tours

If you have any queries, please don’t hesitate to contact us on admin@sebiology.org or +44(0)207 685 2600.