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2009 Deep Ocean Odyssey
Date:10/20/2009

"2009 Deep Ocean Odyssey" will be held October 21, 2009 in Kristiansand, Norway from 12:00-15:00 Western European Time and live webcast at http://www.mar-eco.no/

The popular science talks will include:

  • History of the blue planet;
  • Green food and giants of the mid-ocean surface;
  • Coping with vastness, darkness and hunger;
  • Bottom-dwellers on peaks and plains;
  • Searching wide and far (deepwater technology)

The event will also feature:

  • New stunning images of deepwater animals
  • New music played by live band
  • Informal exchanges between scientists and students.

The event was organized by MAR-ECO (co-ordinated by the Institute of Marine Research & Univ. of Bergen, Norway) in cooperation with the University of Agder (Inst. of IKT, & Inst. of Music).


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Contact: Jo Hoyer
jo.hoyer@bm.uib.no
475-558-9150
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