ScienceOnline Oceans Conference: Registration now open! -
The ScienceOnline Oceans Conference, which will focus on how marine scientists and conservationists can use internet tools for collaboration, education and outreach is now open for registration!
The meeting will be held in Miami,FL October 11-13th.You can view the program here:
Event costs are $150 for students and $200 for others. We take payment via PayPal, which also allows you to send an electronic check or use most major credit cards.
To register, please visit this website
There are a limited number of spots available, so if you're interested in attending we recommend you register quickly!
To learn more about the meeting, please visit Oceans.ScienceOnline.com
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