Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

  • Track 1-1 Resources mined
  • Track 1-2Extraction methods
  • Track 1-3Environmental impacts
  • Track 1-4Geo-engineering
  • Track 2-1Acidification
  • Track 2-2Eutrophication
  • Track 2-3Plastic debris
  • Track 2-4Toxins
  • Track 2-5Underwater noise
  • Track 3-1Prokaryotic
  • Track 3-2Eukaryotic
  • Track 4-1Metal complexes targeting enzymes and proteins
  • Track 5-1Hydrogeology
  • Track 5-2Pelagic sediments
  • Track 5-3Seafloor mapping
  • Track 6-1Modeling Biogeochemical Cycles
  • Track 6-2Nitrogen cycle
  • Track 6-3Biogenic trace gases of marine origin
  • Track 6-4High resolution ocean biogeochemistry modelling
  • Track 6-5Biological carbon pump
  • Track 6-6Land-ocean interactions
  • Track 6-7Ocean biogeochemistry in paleo climates
  • Track 7-1Long-term coastal erosion monitoring
  • Track 7-2Shoreline evolution prediction
  • Track 7-3Engineering structure placement evaluation
  • Track 7-4Plume transport and circulation analysis
  • Track 7-5Forensic investigation of accident sites
  • Track 7-6Assessment of offshore wind energy potential
  • Track 7-7Impact loads of wind, waves, and ice on offshore structures
  • Track 8-1Absorption coefficient
  • Track 8-2Attenuation coefficient
  • Track 8-3Ocean color
  • Track 10-1Marine life
  • Track 10-2Marine habitats
  • Track 11-1Marine/Estuarine Ecology
  • Track 11-2Larval Ecology
  • Track 11-3Evolutionary Ecology
  • Track 11-4Coastal Conservation
  • Track 12-1Water purification
  • Track 12-2Desalination
  • Track 12-3Sludge decontamination
  • Track 13-1Conservation Biology
  • Track 13-2Environmental and Fisheries Sciences
  • Track 13-3Fish Ecology
  • Track 13-4Fishery Resource Analysis and Monitoring
  • Track 16-1The biogeochemical cycling of nutrients
  • Track 16-2Inorganic carbon in Irish waters