We would like to let you know about the Ocean and Coastal Nutrient Symposium which brings nutrients technicians and scientists together to discuss analytical methods, new technologies, and data processing capabilities. The symposium will take place in Hobart on the 20th of June 2023, coinciding with the end of the International Nutrient Inter-comparison Voyage (INIV). Delivery of the event will be through a hybrid of virtual and in-person events.
This symposium will foster knowledge sharing, further develop laboratory best practices, and will improve the comparability of global nutrient datasets utilised by oceanographers, climate scientists, and biogeochemists. Discussions will cover new and emerging analytical, data processing and technical capabilities, including but not limited to methods and implementation of nanomolar nutrient analysis, robust data pipelines, miniaturisation, and the development of experimental non-bias procedures to increase comparability of nutrient datasets.
Abstracts should be 150 words maximum (not including the title and authors list). Each presenter will be allocated a 30 min time slot: presentation should be 15-20 min, allowing for 10-15 min of questions and discussions.
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