2010 Ocean Sciences Meeting
22-26 February 2010
Oregon Convention Center
777 N.E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
From Observation to Prediction in the 21st Century
Stewardship of marine resources in the 21st Century demands the development of predictive tools based on models and field observations. The challenge of developing these tools forms the theme of the 2010 Ocean Sciences meeting.
This overarching theme emphasizes efforts to link observations and models to form superior predictions across multiple space and time scales. It encompasses research focusing on some aspect of observations, models, and also field or laboratory experiments that ultimately seek to enhance our predictive ability, as well as efforts focusing on education, outreach, and marine policy.
|Join us for the 2010 Ocean Sciences Jam Session on Tuesday, 23 February at the “Green Dragon”|
|Advice from Hollywood — Olson Video Workshop
Wednesday, 24 February
1900h – 2200h Room PB251
Come join Hollywood filmmaker, Randy Olson, for advice on how to improve communication with more effective videos — Wednesday evening workshop
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