International Conference
on Marine Science

The International Conference on Marine Science (ICMS) is a series of biannual conferences that cover emerging topics in the field in Latin America and globally. It provides an interdisciplinary forum for discussing environmental change and its impact on ecosystems and society, the sustainable use of marine and coastal ecosystems, as well as technological advances and innovation.

 

The ICMS brings together researchers, practitioners and educators from all over the world and at all stages of their careers to exchange and share their knowledge and experiences of important and cutting edge environmental and socioeconomic questions related to marine ecosystems in Latin America.

ICMS 2023 Working today for the ocean of tomorrow

The ICMS 2023 aims to bring together scientists, engineers, practitioners and academics, to exchange and share their experiences, ideas and results on all present and future aspects of the world’s oceans. 

In this edition, the conference will focus on achieving the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations, highlighting marine-coastal ecosystems and communities that depend on them. Thus, the main topics to be addressed are: 

  • Marine environmental change: Monitoring and mitigation.
  • Sustainable use and protection of marine resources. 
  • Understanding interactions between the oceans and society. 

PAST CONFERENCES

2020: TROPICAL OCEANS FOR THE FUTURE

2020 Highlights

BOOK OF ABSTRACTS

Keywords: Ocean-land-atmosphere interactions; Facing global change in the ocean; Participatory science; Big and open data in the ocean; Fair and sustainable use of marine resources

2018: TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE OCEAN

(Medellín, Colombia)

BOOK OF ABSTRACTS

Keywords: Ocean and society; Marine environmental change; Marine resources; Oceanography

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