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3rd World
Conference
on Marine
Biodiversity
(WCMB-2014)
 
QQ截图20150204105244.png   "Spring of China's Ocean Research"
Today is “the Beginning of Spring” in China’s Lunar Calendar, which means the beginning of a new circle of seasons and the Spring Festival, beginning of a new year in China’s lunar calendar, is about to come. Spring Festival is the most important festival for every Chinese and family and people will all come home and embrace family reunions. So will the crew on board R/V Kexue.
News & Events
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Prof. SUN Song, director of Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IOCAS), said that China is one of t...
图片1.jpg   R/V Kexue Set Sail Again into West Pacific Ocean on “New Seam...
Going up to sky, deep into earth and down to ocean, have always been shared dreams of human beings from ancient time....
封面.jpg   Academic Press Publishes the Monograph---The Sea Cucumber Apos...
The monograph The Sea Cucumber Apostichopus japonicus---History, Biology and Aquaculture, which summarizes the biolog...
Int'l Cooperation News
·CAS-TWAS President’s Fellowship Programme for PhD Candidat... (2015-1-21)
·RCAM: Excellent Performance in 2014 Proficiency Testing (2015-1-12)
·Reforms should be supported by action (2014-12-23)
·One-Three-Five Overall Scheme of IOCAS (2014-12-8)
·IOCAS and KOEM sign MOU (2014-12-8)
·Introduction of IODP Expedition 351 (2014-12-2)
 
Bulletin
·International Team of Scientists Launches Fossil Database[2015-03-06]
·Ocean Acidification Slows Algae Growth in The Southern Ocean[2015-03-05]
·Ocean acidification changes balance of biofouling communi...[2015-02-13]
·Blue mussels not yet the bellwether of NE coastal environ...[2015-02-13]
·Iceland rises as its glaciers melt from climate change[2015-02-13]
Links
·3rd World Conference on Marine Biodiv...
·Chinese Academy of Sciences
·Chinese Academy of Engineering
·Partnership for Observation of the Gl...
·National Oceanic and Atmospheric Admi...
·Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
·CC-LOICZ
·OBIS China
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