Call for abstracts for poster exhibition – EurOCEAN 2019 conference | European Marine Board

Call for abstracts for poster exhibition – EurOCEAN 2019 conference

Poster abstract
Give your abstract an appealing title that arouses curiosity and encourages the reader to read the full abstract. The abstract title should contain no more than 120 characters including spaces.
Write an abstract on your work, containing no more than 350 words. Only plain, bold and italic text is allowed, as well as subscript and superscript. All other layout will not be exported. Images are not allowed. Please note that this abstract must be camera-ready, i.e. the EurOCEAN 2019 organisers do not foresee any editing before printing, the author is fully responsible for the contents and language.
General Data Protection Regulation

We will keep the information provided temporally for communicating if your abstract submission is successful or unsuccessful. If your abstract is not selected, your data will be removed once this has been communicated. More information can be found at http://www.marineboard.eu/privacy-policy

If your abstract is selected, registration is required for organisational purposes (venue size, catering services, inform participants on programme updates, etc.). Several e-mails may be sent as part of the communication agreement: save-the-date, posting of the tentative programme, closing of the early bird or final programme, and the closing e-mail with links to pictures taken and download links for presentations. Your data will be removed once the event has taken place and the closing e-mail sent. More information can be found at http://www.marineboard.eu/privacy-policy

During EurOCEAN 2019 conference, pictures/videos can be taken which can be communicated to the participant, used in the EMB annual report and other EMB publications, or posted on our website. If you do not want your pictures to be published, you can send a request for the removal of photographs or films to the e-mail address info@marineboard.eu. Photos in which the requester are shown will be removed from our web sites and servers; for films, the film segment will be cut out or the film deleted out if the requester is clearly visible.

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