Friends of the Environment,

we happily announce the Call for Abstracts for a conference designed by and for young marine researchers.

ICYMARE 2020 BREMERHAVEN will take place at the University of Applied Sciences Bremerhaven from 25 to 28 August 2019. The icebreaker event on the first evening will be in the forum of the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Center for Polar and Marine Research.

ICYMARE stands for “International Conference for YOUNG Marine Researchers”. No matter if you are a Bachelor, Master or PhD candidate, we invite you to present your research to (y)our dynamic audience with an atmosphere of being among friends. Get some first conference experience and start building your personal and international network.

ICYMARE 2020 BREMERHAVEN:From 25 to 28 August 2020 at theUniversity of Applied Sciences Bremerhaven,Germany

You can attend with presenting a talk or a poster in one of the sessions listed below. Have a look and decide to which session your presentation fits best. All we need is your abstract and a short CV submitted to moc.e1596410908ramyc1596410908i@tca1596410908rtsba1596410908 not later than 15 May 2020. At www.icymare.com, you can find an abstract submission template, some guidelines, a preliminary program and more information on the venue.

After your submission, the session hosts of the individual sessions will evaluate the abstracts and will select presentations for ICYMARE 2020 BREMERHAVEN based on objective criteria. You can also attend as a listener without a presentation, or you advertise your very own project during the project pitches. There are lots of opportunities to get involved.

In case of questions, if you want to get involved, or if you want to become a sponsor of ICYMARE, please contact moc.e1596410908ramyc1596410908i@oll1596410908eh1596410908.

We are happy to see you in Bremen and would love if you would spread the word!
Your ICYMARE organization team

ICYMARE 2020 Sessions

  • Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Future of Sustainable Coastal and Ocean Management
  • What the Future Management of Marine Ecosystems Needs to Know? The Impacts of Climate Change over Marine Natural Capital and the
  • Economics of the Oceans
  • Marine Data Science
  • The Power of a Good Story
  • Biophysics in the marine field
  • Micro-contaminants, Macro-problem: Marine Pollution in the Anthropocene
  • Beware of global changes: assessing marine stress and damage from lower levels of biological organization
  • Fantastic microbes and where to find them: Integrating “-omics” approaches to understand life
  • Exceptions make the rule: insights from mixotrophy
  • From physiology to ecology: what the holobiont concept can teach us about marine organisms and ecosystems
  • Often Overlooked: Understanding the Ecological Importance of Marine Invertebrates
  • Sustainable fisheries: it is bigger than catching fish
  • What is really on our plates? Mislabeling in seafood
  • Seafood production in a Blue Economy
  • Coastal Wetlands – Muddy is the new trendy
  • Tropical Marine Ecosystems in the Anthropocene
  • Into where does permafrost thaw? Investigating the terrestrial-marine transition zone in the Arctic
  • In a stable relationship: Isotope analysis and marine science
  • Palaeoclimatological insights into the modern climate change
  • Marine Plastic Pollution Research: Hazard vs. Risk
  • Marine Engineering
  • Open Session
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