The 3rd JAMBIO International Symposium, organized by JAMBIO (Japanese Association of Marine Biology) in collaboration with the Tsukuba Global Science Week and the International Educational and Research Laboratory Program, (University of Tsukuba), will bring together researchers from around the world to discuss what approaches are essential to cope with the threat posed by the global crises of ocean acidification and biodiversity loss. This symposium will focus on a range of research topics ranging from fundamental marine biology to some recent contributions of Japanese marine stations and the worldwide association of marine stations. These contributions include an international research program for the CO2 seep system recently found at Shikine Island and a standardized technique for an extensive and global survey of coastal biodiversity, including its genetic information.

Date  : September 21st , 2016 – 13:00 to 16:30

Venue:  Room 120, Bunkyo School Building, Tokyo Campus, University of Tsukuba
Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line: Myogadani Station (about two-minute walk) https://www.tsukuba.ac.jp/english/access/bunkyo_access.html

Participation fee :Free

Banquet: Fee:¥4,000, Student:¥2,000
Banquet Venue: Ikebukuro G-Style, Tokyo, Toshima-ku, Ikebukuro 3-29-9 4F

Pre-Registration Deadline: September. 9th, 2016 (on-site registration is possible)
Please fill this registration form. http://goo.gl/D8QOBv

Speakers:
Michael Thorndyke (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
Hiroaki Nakano (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
Nancy Knowlton (Smithsonian Institution, USA)
Jason Hall-Spencer (University of Tsukuba, Japan, Plymouth University, UK)
Takeo Hama (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
Katsunori Kimoto (JAMSTEC, Japan)
Marco Milazzo (University of Palermo, Italy)

Contact: jambio@kurofune.shimoda.tsukuba.ac.jp