Alligator
Calendar

Calendar

You may sort the calendar events using the Categories and/or Tags options at the top of the calendar.

Mar
12
Fri
2021
Spring 2021 Virtual LaSPACE Council Meeting @ Virtual Event
Mar 12 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

Louisiana NASA Space Grant & EPSCoR (LaSPACE) in partnership with Louisiana Sea Grant (LSG)
Spring 2021 Virtual LaSPACE Council Meeting
Connections & Collaboration Opportunities between NASA Space Grant and NOAA Sea Grant

Date: Friday, March 12, 2021 | 11:00 am – 5:00 pm CST
Zoom Meeting Link: TBD | Password: TBD

This meeting is open to anyone who is interested in joining, but is especially targeted toward researchers at Louisiana institutions pursuing investigations of relevance to both NOAA and NASA, including but not limited to: Earth Science Research, Coastal Studies, Climate Science, Remote Sensing, Carbon Cycle & Ecosystems and Weather Science. We are also inviting scientists and program officers from both agencies and encourage you all to invite researchers already doing cross-agency work. This meeting will serve as an introduction to the NASA Space Grant/EPSCoR and NOAA Sea Grant opportunities already available in Louisiana, as well as potential opportunities at the agency level. 

Apr
14
Wed
2021
The Gulf of Mexico Conference (GoMCon) “Preview” @ Online Event
Apr 14 all-day

Please mark your calendars for The Gulf of Mexico Conference (GoMCon) “preview” on April 14th, 2021!

GoMCon combines the annual Gulf of Mexico Alliance (GOMA) All Hands Meeting, the annual Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and Ecosystems Science (GoMOSES) Conference, and the triannual State of the Gulf Summit.  The virtual GoMCon preview emphasizes the intersection of scientific research and the management of Gulf Coast human and natural systems, the focus of the 2022 in-person conference.

The 3-hour virtual preview includes a keynote speaker and panels designed to present:

  • Where we are: the status of Gulf coastal and ocean research and restoration.
  • Where we are going: what science and research is needed to inform Gulf restoration and management.
  • How to get there: the funding needed to achieve necessary Gulf science and research.

The preview is an introduction to the main event, the in-person conference in 2022!  It is a great way to make sure researchers, coastal resource managers, and interested stakeholders have an opportunity to collaborate on managing this precious natural resource we call the Gulf of Mexico.

The event is free. For more information and to register, please visit the GoMCon website at https://gomcon2021.dryfta.com.