- Abstract submission only through the online abstract submission system
- Abstracts (title - 300 characters max/abstract - 1600 characters max) should pertain to one of the conference themes and topics detailed in this announcement
- Deadline for submitting abstracts: 1 February 2021; All authors will be notified of acceptance/rejection 22 February 2021
- Full papers of approved abstracts should be delivered to EuroGOOS by 18 April 2021, for publication in the EuroGOOS 2020 Conference Proceedings.
- Articles should not exceed five printed pages, including figures, tables, and references. Text should be in 11-point Times New Roman font, single-spaced, formatted in one column.
The EuroGOOS conference
The European Global Ocean Observing System, EuroGOOS, was established in 1994 to “make sure that the global infrastructure of GOOS is designed so as to guarantee the required data products and benefits needed by Europe” (ECOPS 1994). Since then EuroGOOS has been developing operational oceanography in Europe in the framework of the UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission Global Ocean Observing System programme (IOC GOOS).
Every three years the EuroGOOS conference provides a forum of interaction between marine scientists and technologists developing operational oceanography products, and the users of these services including decision and policy-makers as well as the private sector.
The EuroGOOS conference provides the opportunity to review the present ocean monitoring and forecasting capacities including relevant services, and to identify new challenges and the underpinning science and technology priorities. The conference facilitates dialogue, experience sharing and future planning with international partners and stakeholders, towards a more coordinated response to global challenges and societal needs related to seas and the global ocean.
The three-day meeting will include plenary, splinter and poster sessions as well as round tables with focused discussions. The main outcomes of the conference will be summarized during the last day and key messages will be formulated. Participants will be invited to submit abstracts for their presentations, while full papers will be published in the EuroGOOS conference proceeding series.