For Aquatic Sciences
The Israeli association for aquatic sciences (IAAS) is inviting you to our special virtual seminar series
- The topics of the talks will be highly diverse and given by leading scholars from the US, Europe, Australia and Israel.
- The seminar will include ONE talk per MONTH (five in total, starting from February) during this upcoming semester.
- The seminar series is free of charge with no prerequisites. Zoom link will be distributed without any pre-registration.
Listen to Prof. Peter Mumby, University of Queensland, Australia: "The resilience of coral reefs in a world of change".
Listen to Prof. Linda Amaral, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands: "Plastics and the Plastisphere".
Join us on March 8 th at 15:00 (Israel time)
Thanks everyone for attending the IAAS conference 2021. The committee will soon announce the winners for the best poster competition. You are welcome to watch our key-note lectures given by Prof. Assaf Vardi and Dr. Itay Bar-Or in the following link:
We would like to thank all the posters presenters, we had more than 40 wonderful posters!
We are proud to present the 2021 IAAS conference best poster winner:
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The Israeli Association for Aquatic Sciences (IAAS) was founded in 2003 and currently includes about 600 active members. One of the main goals of the IAAS is to foster scientists and students interested in aquatic sciences ranging from oceans and lakes to rivers and streams. In addition, the IAAS is focusing on the different impacts of global environmental changes and upraising concerns to our aquatic systems. The IAAS hold an annual multidisciplinary scientific conference in Israel to provide a platform for cutting edge aquatic science while at the same time strengthen the bonds between young and established aquatic researchers. The membership in IAAS is open to all who are interested in aquatic sciences. By ‘aquatic sciences’ we refer to all aspects of the study of marine and inland aquatic systems.
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