HYDRO18 Conference and Trade Exhibition
'The Climate for Change - Hydrography in the 21st Century'
Call for Abstracts & Papers and Registration Now Open
The Australasian Hydrographic Society is presenting the HYDRO18 Conference and Trade Exhibition (HYDRO18) at Doltone House, Jones Bay Wharf, Pyrmont, Sydney Australia during 30 October - 2 November 2018.
The Organising Committee invites prospective participants to submit abstracts and papers. Selected presenters will be encouraged to prepare and provide a full conference paper - these papers will be considered for inclusion in the Conference Proceedings. Papers are sought to reflect the conference theme and original papers will be selected on merit. Those selected for inclusion in the program will best reflect the theme and sub-themes, plus allow an overall balance to the final program.
All presenting authors must be registrants at the Conference. Please register your interest in providing a conference paper and/or presentation with Conference Solutions as soon as possible. Abstracts complying with the guidelines must be submitted to Conference Solutions by email by Friday 29 June 2018.
The HYDRO18 website provide a list of suggested topics within the conference theme and sub-themes that authors may wish to present. All authors are expected to provide permission for their papers and presentations to be published in the HYDRO18 Proceedings, which will be available in either hard or soft copy. It is not intended to offer refereeing of any paper, however papers will be checked for relevance and appropriateness. Authors will be free to submit their paper to appropriate journals for refereed publication.
HYDRO18, will have a wide international and regional reach and will allow delegates and the hydrographic profession to consider how best to future utilise the science of hydrography to adapt to climate change, resource sustainability and renewable energy requirements. Hydrography is the key to facing the rising tide of climate change, knowing our oceans and understanding our future. This focus on the utilisation of hydrography to meet the challenges and opportunities arising from climate change and sea level rise will be of wide-ranging interest to those companies and organisations working within the maritime world and to the public.
The HYDRO18 organisers are seeking to bring together international and regional speakers and delegates from varying maritime fields including: specialist hydrographic streams, maritime transport, oceanography, offshore exploration, environmental science, maritime heritage, defence, tourism, coastal development, ports & harbours and government. Full details of the conference and trade exhibition, plus information about papers, sponsorship opportunities and trade exhibition applications can be found on the HYDRO18 website:
All Registration for HYDRO18 can be found at:
For further information contact:
Conference Solutions - Hydro18, PO Box 238, Deakin West ACT 2600
Telephone: +61 2 6285 3000 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org