2017-01-06

IEBS returns to Rimouski in 2017 for its 14th annual meeting focused on estuarine biogeochemical processes. The organizing committee hopes to bring together a diverse group of participants to discuss biogeochemical interactions across the land-sea continuum and how they shape the functions of estuarine and coastal ecosystems. The 2017 symposium will engage participants in an international dialogue with a unique mix of keynote and contributed talks, poster sessions and group discussions. This meeting will contribute to the advancement of the field as experts seek to understand a wide variety of estuaries and bays of different morphology, in distinct climate regions, facing various natural and anthropogenic pressures.

The meeting will take place in Rimouski next June, 4-7, and hosted by UQAR, UQAR-ISMER and Québec-Océan. The organizing committee includes professors Gwénaëlle Chaillou, Richard St-Louis, Jean-Pierre Gagné, Alexandra M. Rao and Jean-Carlos Montero-Serrano, as well as graduate students Gwendoline Tommi-Morin, Maude Sirois and Antoine Biehler.

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