ACCOBAMS Call for becoming expert of the ACCOBAMS MMO PAM Courses Committee

The ACCOBAMS Permanent Secretariat is pleased to launch a call for becoming experts of the « ACCOBAMS MMO/PAM Courses Committee ». This call, attached for your reference, was prepared by the MMO Working in collaboration with the ACCOBAMS Permanent Secretariat.

Tenders must be sent to Léa David (lea.david2@wanadoo.fr), Leader of the MMO Working Group and to Maÿlis Salivas from the ACCOBAMS Secretariat (msalivas@accobams.net) no later than 21st August 2017.

 

Call for becoming expert of the ACCOBAMS MMO PAM Courses Committee

 

 

ASI – Call for expertise – Datasystem Development

The ACCOBAMS Secretariat is launching a call for expertise, within the framework of the ACCOBAMS Survey Initiative (ASI) project, in order to conduct a preparatory study for an information management system for cetaceans survey data, considering the data to be collected in the context of the ASI project and perspectives for the medium and long terms.

The deadline for submitting proposals is 1st September 2017.

ASI – Call for expertise – Datasystem Development

4th Biennial Conference – CSMC4

This is the First announcement for the Fourth Biennial Conference (CSMC4) that will take place in Oran (Algeria), from 11th to 13th November 2017.

The aim of the Biennial Conference is to assess the knowledge acquired on cetaceans in the South of the Mediterranean, identify potential gaps and stimulate the development of conservation actions in order to promote the implementation of the ACCOBAMS Agreement. Through its regular organisation, this Conference will allow cetacean specialists, active in the South of the Mediterranean, to exchange their experience and their data and to discuss the best approaches and priority actions for a better knowledge on cetacean populations in this region where data still remain sporadic and scarce. This Conference also aims at involving the student community and at rising awareness of future managers and stakeholders concerning marine issues.

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