#INFOMARseminar – A two-day INFOMAR seminar hosted by the Geological Survey of Ireland and the Marine Institute is to start tomorrow (Wednesday 9 October) in Limerick City.
Integrated Mapping for the Sustainable Development of Ireland's Marine Resources (INFOMAR) is a joint venture between the Geological Survey of Ireland and the Marine Institute. The programme is the successor to the Irish National Seabed Survey.
INFOMAR covers some 125,000 km² of Irelands most productive and commercially valuable inshore waters.
The annual INFOMAR conference will see seminar delegates meet in the Pavilion of the University of Limerick (UL) which is to be hosted by the Mobile & Marine Robotics Research Centre.
The seminar will include an update on Ireland's national seabed mapping programme including survey operations and coverage, future plans, associated research along with poster sessions.
Places to attend the free seminar were made open to all, however registration has now closed as attendance is at capacity.
To request a late registration, contact Kevin Sheehan by email: [email protected], should places become available.
For further information visit: www.eventelephant.com/infomarannualseminar2013