4th CLIOTOP Symposium

Travel and accommodation

Getting from the airport Link to meet-up to travel together Click here for a detailed travel route guide from airport to Keelung. Visa information Visa-Exempt Entry Nationals of the following countries are eligible for the visa exemption program, with a duration of stay of up to 90 days: Andorra, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Croatia, Cyprus,…

Venue and surrounds

Venue National Taiwan Ocean University Address: No.2, Beining Rd., Jhongjheng District, Keelung City 202, Taiwan (R.O.C) Tel: +886-2-2462-2192 Fax: +886-2-2462-0724 Free-bus service from downtown to NTOU venue. About Keelung Situated in the northern part of Taiwan island, Keelung used to be called Jilong, which means hencoop. The name was later changed to Keelung which means…

Oral presentation and poster preparation guidelines

Oral presentations Plenary sessions will be held on the Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday morning, Thursday and Friday of the symposium. Speakers will be allocated 15 mins in which to present their work. All speakers will be notified by the moderator when 12 mins has passed and will be asked to leave the podium at 15 mins….

Registration and payment

Pay you registration fee here Abstract submission and registration is closed. Registration closes: 30 September 2018 Registration fee:   Early bird registration(Until 30 June 2018) Regular registration(1 July 2018 – 1 October 2018) Scientists 400 USD 500 USD Students 300 USD 400 USD Local/national attendees 200 USD 200 USD

Social events

Social events will be held throughout the Symposium program. These include: Icebreaker event Monday 15 October from 18:00-20:00 A welcome cocktail function will be held at Le Jardin Ballroom, Keelung. This event is open to symposium attendees and paying guests – please collect your ticket at registration if you wish to attend. If you wish to bring a…

Symposium sponsors

We gratefully acknowledge the sponsors of this symposium. Their kind support will help to ensure that the Fourth CLIOTOP Symposium is a success.   CSIRO – Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Australia.CSIRO is Australia’s national science organisation conducting research on animals and plants, astronomy and space, terrestrial and marine environments, climate and the atmosphere,…

Keynote speakers

John Claydon IMBeR IPO, IMR, Norway CLIOTOP, IMBeR, and ocean sustainability under global change for the benefit of society CLIOTOP is a Regional Programme under the Integrated Marine Biosphere Research (IMBeR) project. Collectively, IMBeR’s Regional Programmes and Working Groups strive towards the vision of “ocean sustainability under global change for the benefit of society”. Research…

Conference themes

Global and regional trophic pathways and connectivity – trophic responses to variability and change in physical, chemical and biological components of the marine environment Integrated modelling of systems based on shared socio-economic scenario pathways – projection and exploration of future patterns in marine ecosystems Adaptive approaches to biodiversity and resource management – strategies for incorporating…