A Dialogue with the High Seas Treaty Negotiators at OSM22

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A Dialogue with the High Seas Treaty Negotiators at OSM22

If you are attending the 2022 Ocean Sciences Meeting, please join us for a special town hall event for the ocean science community on the UN High Seas Treaty negotiations, co-sponsored by The Girguis Lab at Harvard University, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, and ASLO. Event Information TH57 A Dialogue Between the Negotiators of the UN High Seas Treaty and the Ocean Science Community Date and Time:2/25/2022, 3:00PM to …

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Connections, Networking, and Social Events at OSM 2022

The Ocean Sciences Meeting 2022 is fast approaching! Register for OSM2022 here and view the scientific program here.  For this update, we wanted to better inform you about software for the conference, as well as events peripheral yet pertinent to the scientific sessions.   How do We Interact outside of Science? Many of you may already be familiar with Gather (widely known as Gather.town), an application that allows you (as …

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Newsletter #3

Hello again, ocean science community! First, a quick reminder that the session proposal submission deadline is 26 May 2021. Submit your proposal soon! This OSM, we seek to support the goals of the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development. In 2017, the United Nations announced the Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development for 2021-2030. This initiative seeks to propel ocean sciences to the forefront of policy …

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Newsletter #2

Hello, ocean science community! Proposals are now being accepted for sessions and tutorials. The deadline is 26 May 2021. As we plan for OSM 2022 next February, the Organizing Committee aims to retain the energetic in-person conference experience that we all value, while also integrating novel, progressive session formats to include and promote participation by a broader audience. There’s no doubt we all have experienced some “Zoom fatigue” as a …

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Newsletter #1

Aloha, 2021 is here, and with it the hope of a promising new year. As we seek the containment of the COVID-19 pandemic, we also look forward to safely hosting the 2022 Ocean Sciences Meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii. At the 2020 Ocean Sciences meeting, plenary speaker Nainoa Thompson explored the chronicles of Polynesian ocean navigation. As the first Native Hawaiian in 600 years to practice this art using a traditionally …

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Welcome to the OSM2022 News!

Aloha, and welcome to the OSM 2022 Monthly Newsletter! Here we will share news about OSM 2022’s focus on creating a more enriching and accessible scientific conference experience. This includes ongoing efforts towards sustainability, JEDI initiatives, community engagement, partnerships, and other emerging topics related to OSM 2022.

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