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第六界南海海洋环境变化国际学术研讨会(12月4-5日.广州)

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The physical climate condition of the marginal seas has received much attention dueto issues related to global climate change and regional sustainable development. The South China Sea is the largest marginal sea in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. Regarding its significance, the South China Sea is important not only for the fishery and oil industry in China and its other surrounding nations but also for the role of its tropical water in Southeast Asian climate and weather.

Geographically, the South China Sea is connected with the Pacific Ocean through the Luzon Strait to its east, and it reaches the Indian Ocean  through the Malacca Strait. As a channel of the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean, the South China Sea is the region where the Indian monsoon and the East Asian monsoon meet, so it is highly relevant to the global climate change. As a result, the climate condition  of the South China Sea has attracted much attention from oceanographers and climatologists all over the world. For this conference, experts in the field are invited to discuss some  key issues related to the two meeting themes.  

    This workshop is aimed to display the latest development on marine environmental  change research of the South China Sea, contribute to the international and region  cooperating study in the South China Sea and Tropic ocean environmental subject,  and improve its talent development strategy. We will discuss the important progress on marine climate and environment research in South China Sea, and devote to  strengthen international exchanges and cooperation.  

Theme:Marine Climate and Environmental Research of the South China Sea

Proposed Sessions:

1. Impact of ocean circulation in South China Sea for climate change  

(Organizer: Ms. Zhaodi   zhaodi@scsio.ac.cn)

2. Ecology of the South China Sea: Health, Integrity and Management  

(Organizer: Ms. Zu Tingting   zutt@scsio.ac.cn)

3. Health management of regional ecosystem in South China Sea

(Organizer: Ms. Shen Pingping  pshen@scsio.ac.cn)

4. Research on pollution of sediments in South China Sea

(Organizer: Mr. Xu Weihai  whxu2002@163.com)


Arrangement:

A)Invited report

B)Oral presentation  

C)  Poster


Organizers:

South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Sponsor:   

State Key Laboratory of Tropical Oceanography

(South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

Co-organizers:

National Natural Science Foundation of China

Bureau of International Co-operation Chinese Academy of Sciences

Guangzhou Association for Science and Technology


Extended Abstract Collection:

Oral presentations are selected based on abstracts submitted.  Extended abstracts will be published.The extended abstract should be written in English, using 12-point font (Times New Roman recommended) and no more than four pages (including any graphs and tables). The content should include a title, names of the authors and their institutions, mailing addresses, and Email, phone and fax numbers of the corresponding author. We  suggest you use Microsoft Word or plain text format for the electronic document.The abstract should be sent to the secretary of the  conference via regular mail or E-mail (preferred) before October 31st , 2011.  

Conference language:  English

Agenda:

Registration and abstract submission deadline: Oct. 31st , 2011

The date of checking in: Dec.3rd .2011

Meeting dates: Dec. 4th -5th .2011

Registration:

Registration fee is accepted on site, at 1,800RMB per person for domestic participants  and 1000 RMB per person for domestic students; 300USD per person for international participants and 180 USD per person for international students( Please show your student ID when check in!)Please submit the registration form before Oct. 31st, 2011 to:  ledy@scsio.ac.cn or regist online.

Contacts:  

Ms. Zhan, Qin (Tel. 15013102557), E-mail: ledy@scsio.ac.cn

Ms. Zu, Tingting (Tel.15989222388), E-mail: zutt@scsio.ac.cn

Mr. Wang Lei   ( Tel.13143514279), E-mail:wanglei321@126.com

Ms. Zhao, Di   (Tel. 86-20-89023184) , E-mail: zhaodi@scsio.ac.cn      

Phone(OFF): 86-20-89023184            

Fax(OFF):     86-20-89024637

Address:  State Key Laboratory of Tropical Oceanography  (South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences )

NO.164 West Xingang Road, Guangzhou, 510301, P. R. China
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