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London Ocean Group


London Ocean Diary

Events, meetings & workshops

About our meetings

We have five or six meetings each year. Most meetings will probably be near Euston or near South Kensington, since those are the locations of many of the group members. Researchers from further afield are very welcome to come along when visiting London – do introduce yourself when you arrive! After each meeting, we usually go to the pub, so there will be plenty of time to chat to everyone else.

Volunteer to speak at a meeting

If you would like to volunteer to speak, please contact Helen. At each meeting we’ll have two speakers, and we ask each speaker to talk for 20 minutes. The audience has researchers from a very wide range of areas, so overview or introductory talks are best. More detailed conversations can follow on afterwards (we usually go to the pub). The broad academic audience makes this is a fantastic way to discover overlaps between your work and that of other people.

Upcoming events

For the full list of upcoming events, click the button below for the full diary, or look here.

Some upcoming highlights are these:

There are also other groups who run ocean events in London which aren’t focussed on academic work but may be of interest to members of the London Ocean Group.   We’ll list those below as we find out about them.

Emily Penn, EXxepedition and the SHIFT events, for those interested in ocean plastics.

N.B. The list of events on the events and meetings page below are listed in reverse chronological order. Scroll down to check the date of the next event.

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