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  MarBEF+Outreach: World Conference on Marine Biodiversity, Aberdeen, September 2011
Posted on 30 September 2009 15:32:29 by webmaster
 
 
The first World Conference on Marine Biodiversity held in Valencia last year was a great success. The conference highlighted the value of gathering researchers and stakeholders concerned with the marine environment together to assess our current state of knowledge and to synthesise new approaches to researching and protecting our oceans. Building on the success of the Valencia conference, the Second World Conference on Marine Biodiversity will be held in Aberdeen, Scotland (26th-30 Sept, 2011).


The conference will be aimed at the widest possible groups of participants stakeholders from academics to industry and include elements specifically targeted at the [public] and school children.

*Dates*: 26 30 September 2011

*Venue*: Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre

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For more information and to be included on the World Conference on Marine Biodiversity Mailing list please email marine-biodiversity@abdn.ac.uk including your name and organisation indicating if you are interested as a delegate or an exhibitor.

Keep up to date on the progress of the WCMB at: http://www.abdn.ac.uk/marine-biodiversity/

*Local Academic Organisers*

Dr Martin Solan (University of Aberdeen)
Professor David M Paterson (University of St Andrews)