Topics of interest 

Ocean-Atmosphere Dynamics

The session discusses ongoing issues related to an oceanographic operational system, forecasting and prediction with data assimilation, and modeling analysis results related to ocean-atmosphere dynamics. 

Marine Resources, Conservation and ICZM

Strengthening resilience, mitigation, and adaptation of environment and biodiversity to fight against natural and anthropogenic stresses and this covers a discussion on the impact of marine pollutants on coastal ecosystem and conservation. Provides a platform to exchange knowledge about the marine ecosystem and development of aquatic food resources through sustainable fisheries and aquaculture, particularly on the role of aquatic animal health to ensure a safe supply of seafood (food security). 

Sub-session: Aquarium

This session discusses a range of relevant topics from sustainability, husbandry, hardware, and new technology in marine aquariums. 

Marine Hazard and Coastal Degradation

Research theme invites interdisciplinary research topics targeting risk reduction caused by natural hazards, including disaster management.

Marine Geodesy and Satellite Oceanography 

Assessment to the future application of earth system science for a broad range of potential users. This includes updates to the advancement of geodetic observations, availability of the-state-of-the-art high-resolution digital topography, ongoing improvement of dating methods.

Participants may select the type of presentations which consist of (1) Oral and (2) Poster through flash presentations. The committee will make a final judgment by considering the contribution and breakthrough mentioned in the abstract.

Virtual Presentation

The live oral presentations will be hosted via Zoom Meeting. The setting of the MSAT 2021 mini-symposium is quite unique. The chairs in each mini-symposium consist of two/three invited well-known scientists who will deliver 25 mins presentations and 5 mins discussions. Each slot of a mini-symposium will be two hours long, 10 minutes for each presentation, and additional 5 minutes for discussion. Therefore, four to six selected oral presentations will be given in each mini-symposium per slot.

The 3rd International Conference on MSAT