Workshops will be conducted on 6 and 7 April 2018.
Workshops Friday April 6th 2018
|Student workshop. Introduction to GIS||25||Full Day||info firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Welfare in the Wild: Welfare Science – Current Understanding and Next Steps to assessment and application||25-30||PM||info page||K.A.Stockin@massey.ac.nz|
|Marine Renewable Energy - Current research and evidence gaps on impact on Marine Mammals||50||Full Day||info page||Rebecca.Walker2@naturalengland.org.uk|
|Joint ACCOBAMS/ASCOBANS/IWC workshop on marine debris and cetacean stranding||
|Full Day||info email@example.com|
Workshops Saturday 7th April
|6th Workshop on "Communicating marine mammal science to the general public". Plastic litter and marine mammals: how communication can properly address the issue||30||Full Day||info firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Towards understanding the overlap of selected threats and Important Marine Mammal Areas (IMMAs) across the Mediterranean Sea||30||Full Day||info email@example.com|
|2nd Edition: “What is new in cetacean pathology”||40||Full Day||info firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mediterranean Grampus Project 2.0 - Improving knowledge and conservation of the Mediterranean population of Risso's dolphins through effective partnerships||30||Full Day||info email@example.com|
|A Wikimedia edit-a-thon||Full Day||info firstname.lastname@example.org|
All workshops will take place in
- NH Hotel, via XX Settembre 2, 19124 La Spezia and
- Confindustria, Via Giovanni Minzoni, 2 19121 La Spezia.
A closed workshop is organised under the topic "Identifying Key Research Questions for the Modelling and Assessment of Whalewatching Impacts" by Leslie New.