MASTS 11th Annual Science Meeting 2021 programme now available!
Working To Reverse The Tide On Climate And Global Change
Register to join the event here*
5-7th October, online
Anyone can join*. In 2020, we welcomed over 500 attendees from 28 countries, so be a part of the UK’s largest marine science conference this October by registering today!
Plenary talks from
Jeff Ardron (Adviser, Ocean Governance, The Commonwealth Secretariat) – The climate crisis is also an ocean crisis
Antony Firth MCIfA (Co-Chair Ocean Decade Heritage Network) – Cultural Heritage and the UN Ocean Decade: applying human time-depth to Ocean Science, Policy and Sustainable Development
Michael Begg (Award Winning Sound Artist, OCEAN ARTic Partnership) – Light Water is Black Water: OCEAN ARTic partnership’s creative innovation for public engagement in climate science
Susan Davies (Member of First Minister’s Environmental Council, Scottish Seabird Centre CEO) – title TBA
David Pratt & Drew Milne (Marine Scotland) & Prof Tavis Potts (University of Aberdeen) – Tackling climate change with offshore renewables: ambitions in Scotland
Beth Stoker (Head of Marine Monitoring and Evidence, JNCC) – Marine conservation: Working across boundaries
Seagrass Special: Experiences & Adaptations
Seagrass Special: Innovation & Ambition
The Social Side: Human Dimensions to Ocean Challenges
Aquaculture as a critical pathway to future Net Zero food production in Scotland “Industry Innovations for Net Zero production”
Aquaculture as a critical pathway to future Net Zero food production in Scotland “Net Zero and Food Production”
Multiple Marine Stressors
Fisheries Science Session
And General Science Sessions 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5
The annual Society for Underwater Technology’s workshop
Decommissioning, Spatial Custodianship and Climate Emergency – How do we achieve joined up policies?
An open to all workshop featuring live Q&A with speakers, hosted within the MASTS Hopin event.
7th October, 09:30 – 17:00.
Access the event flier here
Lunch time discussions on Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity in Marine Science sessions
Hosted by MASTS and co-ordinated by the Challenger Society. Both sessions will run from 13:00 – 14:30 via Zoom
5th: A panel discussion about their experience in marine science. Speakers include Madeline Anderson (UKPN), Huw Griffiths (BAS), Donna Frater (NERC), Renuka Badhe (Women in Polar Science).
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6th: Chaired by Ellen Johannesen from the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES), featuring short talks about individual researchers’ case studies and best practice.
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and ePosters, exhibition booths and networking throughout
See you soon!
MASTS ASM committee
*Remember to register for the ASM if you are a speaker or presenter! Discounted student tickets are available. Attendees from ODA Countries are encouraged to contact MASTS regarding our limited free tickets. Receipts will be issued post-event.