2nd Marine Science Research and Technology Conference

September 17

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September 17, 2018 09:00 AM September 18, 2018 06:30 PM Canakkale, Turkey 2nd Marine Science Research and Technology Conference Canakkale, Turkey Clyto Access marinescience2018@clytoconferences.com true MM/DD/YYYY

About 2nd Marine Science Conference 2018

"2nd Marine Science Research and Technology Conference" (Marine science - 2018) hosted and organized by Clyto Access in collaboration with Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Marine Science and Technology Faculty, Terzioglu Campus, Canakkale, Turkey during September 17 - 18, 2018 in The Kolin Hotel which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations, workshops and Exhibitions.

Marine Science - 2018 emphasizes on biological sciences, including evolutionary, molecular and cellular biology, as well as topics in oceanography, ecology, botany, genetics of marine plants and animals in relation to their ecology, marine conservation and technologies used in development of marine biology. Marine science conference lays emphasis on biodiversity and population studies of marine ecosystems and the impact of global warming, ocean acidification and climate change on marine ecosystem.

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Abstract submission deadline (1st round)

Notification of acceptance or rejection of abstract
03-10 working days from the date of submission

Final presentation should be submitted

15 days before the conference date

Early bird registration


It is only in recent times that nations have begun to recognize the size, diversity and complexity of the ocean industries and their importance to all. Marine shipping, which is indeed an important industry as the world fleet carries over 90% of the world trade by tonnage and shipbuilding is a business worth over U.S. $32 billion per annum. Offshore oil & gas is the world's biggest marine industry where off production alone can have a value of more than $300 billion per annum. But beyond the mega-businesses, the ocean industries are very wide-ranging from marine aquaculture to tourism, to education and research, and in total they contribute a considerable amount to global economic activity. Global markets consist of three major regions; Europe and North America are similar in size forming 25% and 26% of the market. Asia forms the largest region at an estimated 34%, with much of this shipbuilding and shipping activity centered in S.E. Asia. It is estimated that over 90% of world trade is carried by sea and over the period 1985 to 1999, world seaborne trade increased by 50% to about 5 billion tons with the largest increase coming in crude oil and oil products shipments. During 1990-98 growth averaged 3.2% per annum.