Call for Abstract

2nd International Conference on Oceanography, will be organized around the theme “Ocean Changes And Its Ecological Impacts”

Oceanography-2014 is comprised of 10 tracks and 64 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Oceanography-2014.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.

  • Track 1-1Marine molecular cell and microbiology
  • Track 1-2Population Genetics in Marine Systems
  • Track 1-3Marine metagenomics and bioinformatics
  • Track 1-4Marine biotechnology research toolkit
  • Track 1-5Practical design of tidal stream turbines and numerical assessment
  • Track 1-6Ocean thermal energy conversion
  • Track 1-7Hydro-wind kinetics integrated module for energy generation
  • Track 1-8Case study: Ocean energy development in world wide
  • Track 3-1Biogeochemistry, carbon cycle & ocean acidification
  • Track 3-2Estuarine and coastal sedimentary processes
  • Track 3-3Seismology, geology & tectonophysics
  • Track 3-4Nutrient cycling and land-ocean interface processes
  • Track 3-5Ground water runoff and ocean circulation patterns
  • Track 3-6Chemical processes at air-sea interface and land-ocean interface
  • Track 3-7Sea-surface and sea-bed processes
  • Track 3-8Extreme Oceanographic Events: El-Nino & Indian Ocean Dipole
  • Track 3-9Carbon Fixation in the Upper Ocean
  • Track 3-10Global Nutrient Cycles
  • Track 4-1Beach closures & oil spills
  • Track 4-2Eutrophication & toxicology
  • Track 4-3Bioremediation and pollution remediation techniques
  • Track 4-4Environmental impact & risk assessment
  • Track 4-5International concerns towards the issues and case study
  • Track 4-6Marine spatial planning and resource management
  • Track 4-7Marine security, environment surveillance & safeguarding technologies
  • Track 4-8Ocean conservation, restoration and sustainability
  • Track 4-9Coastal Hazards: Earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanoes, storms and hurricanes
  • Track 5-1Underwater ecosystem & biodiversity
  • Track 5-2Coral reefs & coral restoration technique
  • Track 5-3Phytoplanktons & zooplanktons
  • Track 5-4Marine mammals, Manta Rays, Shellfish, Sharks & other fish
  • Track 5-5Ocean life conservation and marine protected areas
  • Track 5-6Life at vents & seeps
  • Track 5-7Harmful algae & red tides
  • Track 5-8Plankton Productivity and Ecology
  • Track 6-1Marine natural products & drug development
  • Track 6-2Aquaculture & commercial marine fishery
  • Track 6-3Seafloor mining & oil exploration
  • Track 6-4Maritime and maritime management
  • Track 6-5See food quality, safety and processing
  • Track 6-6Sustainability, health benefits and hazards
  • Track 6-7Global sea food industry
  • Track 7-1Oceanography: Physical, Chemical Biological & Paleoceanography
  • Track 7-2Climate Change & Global Warming
  • Track 7-3Ice Ages & Paleoclimate
  • Track 7-4Water Cycle & Sea Level Rise
  • Track 8-1Remote sensing in oceanography
  • Track 8-2Under water acoustics & imaging
  • Track 8-3Ocean observing systems, modelling and information management
  • Track 8-4Marine engineering, ocean vehicles and floating structures
  • Track 8-5Satellite remote sensing & ocean observation
  • Track 8-6Manned and unmanned under water vehicles
  • Track 8-7Coastal Ocean and Shelf Science, Engineering and Offshore Technology
  • Track 9-1Arctic ocean circulation
  • Track 9-2Glaciers and Sea ice
  • Track 9-3Polar geology
  • Track 9-4Polar meteorology
  • Track 9-5Polar life and polar exploration
  • Track 9-6 New Marine Pharmaceuticals
  • Track 9-7 Marine Nutraceuticals
  • Track 9-8Marine Cosmeceuticals
  • Track 9-9 Marine Agrichemicals : Applicatons in Veterinary medicine and Agricultural Science
  • Track 9-10Aquatic hazards, marine toxins and traumatic marine injuries
  • Track 9-11 Diver Safety and Hyperbaric Medicine- biomedical applications