Time-series analysis in marine science and applications for industry 17-21 September 2012
Time-series analysis is the future for marine science to
understand ocean processes and their dynamics. It not
only helps identify phenomena captured by sequences
of observations, but also helps forecast events by feeding
models. For instance, areas of accelerated climate
change like the Arctic, or of high potential natural hazards
like Istanbul, are of high interest.
The purpose of this conference is to integrate the scientific
community and research activities across fields in marine
science (physical oceanography, marine chemistry,
marine biology, ecology and geology) to share the rapidly
developing knowledge and enhance cross discipline interactions
This conference will be the first of a series of conferences
dealing with marine science time-series. It will focus on
analysis and interpretation of time-series acquired from
fixed platforms, repeat sections and modelling on time
scales ranging from months to decades in sub-sea environments.
Based on in-situ data analysis and modelling re-analysis,
this conference will gather senior and young researchers
(post-doctoral, doctoral and master students) to share
their experience in time-series interpretation across several
marine scientific fields.
Starting by a 2-day training course and followed by a
3-day conference, the event will promote the transfer of
knowledge between researchers from several research
fields. Both training course and conference presentations
will be mainly based on application examples and case
studies from field experiments.
For more information and full programme click here.
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