AIMS

We have a limited understanding of the long physicochemical and biological evolution of the ocean. In a context of climate change, it is crucial to better understand the paleo-ocean and how it has evolved into the present ocean. That information would allow us to generate better predictions of the future ocean. Thus, the main aim of this workshop is to bring together scientists from different disciplines (paleoceanographers, biogeochemists, conservation biologists, microbial ecologists, ecosystem modellers, geologists and physical oceanographers) in order to develop improved perspectives on the future ocean, based on knowledge from the past and present.

The RMSC2022 will promote synergies and dialogues between different disciplines as well as networking and knowledge exchange between senior, junior and next-generation researchers from different disciplines.

Venue and attendance

The workshop will take place at the Institute of Marine Sciences (ICM-CSIC) in Barcelona, Spain
Attendance will be in-person.
The workshop is aimed at early career researchers (graduate students and postdocs), but senior researchers are also welcome.

Co-organisers of the workshop

Confirmed speakers

Carles Pedrós Alió, National Center for Biotechnology (CNB), CSIC, Spain 
Carlos M. Duarte, KAUST, Saudi Arabia 
Claire Waelbroeck, CNRS, France 
Gustau Camps-Valls, University of Valencia, Spain
Isabel Cacho, University of Barcelona, Spain
Marina Levy, LOCEAN-IPSL, CNRS, France
Marta Coll, Institute of Marine Sciences (ICM), CSIC, Spain
Marten Scheffer, University of Wageningen, Netherlands
Oscar Serrano, CEAB, CSIC, Spain
Paul Falkowski, Rutgers University, USA 
Raffaele Siano, Ifremer, France 
Sam Chaffron, University of Nantes, France 
Stefan Rahmstorf, Postdam University, Germany 
Stephanie Henson, National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom

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