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Welcome to The 2022 Ocean Sciences Meeting Application Site
Ocean Sciences Meeting 2022 invites submissions for Scientific Sessions, Innovative Sessions, Town Halls and other Auxiliary Events
Abstract and Town Hall/Event submission has closed. Thank you to all participants!
Pilina means connection, relationship, and association and is an important value in Hawaiian culture that encourages inclusivity and collaborations to achieve results that cannot be accomplished with one person alone. The 2022 OSM focuses on the importance of strong pilina for the ocean science community. By coming together, we can forge a path toward a sustainable future.
This year’s theme emphasizes the importance of working together. “Come Together and Connect,” focuses on strengthening the ocean sciences community through discussing both basic and applied research while making scientific and social connections. We are creating a meeting and networking environment that provides opportunities for ocean scientists, from those doing basic research to those working on solutions for the ocean we want, to present and share knowledge as well as network and address emerging topics in ocean sciences.
Abstract Submission Resources
Before proceeding with submission, please examine the following resource pages and be aware of OSM's policies and guidelines. :
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Scientific Session Abstracts
Abstracts should focus on new scientific results, enabling aquatic science or its application, and/or the contribution of aquatic science to society. Your abstract title should be limited to 300 characters, and the abstract text should be limited to 2000 characters including spacing and punctuation. Abstracts must focus on scientific results or their application. The program committee may decline to consider abstracts with another focus.
Following the abstract deadline, submitted abstracts may be moved to another appropriate session. Final decisions regarding placement of individual abstracts and sessions rests with the program committee.
Innovative Session Abstracts
Abstracts should fit within the goals and formats outlined in the Innovative Session your submit to. Your abstract title should be limited to 300 characters, and the abstract text should be limited to 2000 characters including spacing and punctuation. You may also leave additional notes for the session organizers about how your abstracts fits into the session's vision.
Not all Innovative Sessions are open for contributed abstracts. Be mindful of this when submitting. Following the abstract deadline, submitted abstracts may be moved to another appropriate session. Final decisions regarding placement of individual abstracts and sessions rests with the program committee.
Town Halls, Workshops and More
Let your voice be heard! Town Halls provide a valuable opportunity for government agencies, academic programs, special projects, and other focused interest groups to gather input from the broader marine sciences community that gathers at the Ocean Sciences Meeting. Town Halls are one hour in length and open to all meeting participants.
Or are you looking to hold a workshop, committee meeting, small group meeting, or social event during the Ocean Sciences Meeting? Submit an event request by 29 September and we will review your request and available meeting space.
Existing and New Formats
Sessions will be able to offer a variety of presentation formats: