The French OZCAR and German TERENO research networks have decided to co-organise an international meeting every two years that will be held alternatively in Germany and in France.
The first OZCAR TERENO International Conference - Advancing Critical Zone science that will take place in Strasbourg from Tuesday Oct. 5, 2021 to Thursday Oct. 7, 2021.
To account for the pandemics, the conference is scheduled in the HYBRID format (both on site and virtual). It will be moved to fully virtual if the sanitary conditions are not satisfactory this autumn.
The conference will be physically held in Strasbourg, at Palais des Congrès Pierre-Pflimlin, Strasbourg Événements, Place de Bordeaux.
The event will offer keynote lectures, oral presentations and poster sessions on scientific research on the Critical Zone, which is the most superficial layer of the planet where all human activities concentrate. The meeting will cover the cutting edge scientific progresses in a variety of disciplines: hydrology, geophysics, soil sciences, geochemistry, ecology, socio-ecology
The meeting will also help a better integrated process understanding using multidisciplinary Critical Zone observatories highly instrumented field sites where these disciplines interact and produce data and models.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), in partnership with the International Association of Hydrologists (IAH) and GEF-IW:LEARN, in coordination with UNECE for SDG 6 indicator 6.5.2 conference component and in contribution to the UN Global Acceleration Framework, will hold the 2nd International Conference on Transboundary Aquifers (ISARM 2021) in Paris, France on 6-8 December, 2021.
The annual EGU General Assembly is Europe’s largest and most prominent geosciences event. It attracts more than 16,000 scientists, more than half of which are early career, from all over the world.
The meeting’s sessions cover all disciplines in the Earth, planetary and space sciences. Each annual General Assembly typically features more than 16,000 oral, poster and PICOs (interactive presentations that combine the advantages of orals and posters).
Aside from the disciplinary sessions, which cover topics selected by each scientific division (or programme group), the meeting also features many Union-wide sessions. These include Great Debates and Union Symposia, inter- and transdisciplinary sessions, medal lectures, short courses, and Education and Outreach Sessions (such as the Geosciences Information For Teachers workshop, GIFT).
Sustain-COAST will be presented on 26 APRIL 2021 :
George Karatzas, Anthi-Eirini Vozinaki, Ioannis Trichakis, Ioanna Anyfanti, Christina Stylianoydaki, Emmanouil Varouchakis, Christos Goumas, Pier Paolo Roggero, Thuraya Mellah, Hanene Akrout, and Seifeddine Jomaa
For further information please visit EGU2021 website
On 28 of September a common event between Sustain-COAST project and MEDSAL Project will be held online. The event aims at increasing synergies between Prima projects.
The Sustain-COAST and MEDSAL Projects invite you to attend freely our on-line workshops !
Click on the link to register : On-line workshops for groundwater resources management
More details about the event : https://www.facebook.com/events/244747786859754
Sustain-COAST project is organizing the first Living- Lab in Malia demo site in Greece, on 9th July 2020. Different stakeholders from the region will take part at this event.
On 4 February 2020, the project consortium will organize the 2nd coordination meeting of Sustain-COAST to discuss the project activities and the progress of the first semester in Mersin University premises in Turkey. The next day, 5 February 2020, Sustain-COAST partners will have a field Trip in Erdemli region and will meet stakeholders from Turkish study site in Erdemli Municipality. On Thursday, 6 February 2020, Sustain-COAST partners will continue with the meetings concerning the project’s future planning at Mersin University.