International Workshop on Marine Pollution and Maritime Safety (MAPMAS)

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General information

MAPMAS aims at providing a common forum to identify strategies and assessment methodologies to face problems related with the marine environment: marine pollution impacts, sources of risk, emerging pollutants, restoration and remediation measures and improvement of marine safety operations. All share in common the need to rely upon marine observational networks and management tools. The goal is to stimulate the transfer from scientists to stakeholders from a cross-disciplinary interaction among specialists on different fields. The topics to be addressed are:

  • Oil Spills and shipwreck risk: oil spills, shipwrecks, …
  • Maritime Safety: search and rescue, traffic, navigation, …
  • Marine Pollutants: plastics, marine litter, emerging aquatic pollutants, heavy metals, …
  • Ecological impact: assessment tools, vulnerability maps, remediation and restoration of degraded marine ecosystems, …



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0421 - Marine and maritime law", "0712 - Environmental protection technology", "0724 - Oil, gas and mineral resources", "1022 - Safety", "1041 - Navigation and seamanship


Venue: Institute of Marine Sciences (ICM-CSIC)
Barcelona, Spain


Open from
1 Jun 2017 to 13 Sep 2017


There is an inscription fee of 100€. It should be transferred to the bank account with IBAN number ES03 3025 0014 06 1400051916 (Caixa Enginyers). Please do not forget to indicate your name followed by MAPMAS registration in the concept of the bank transfer. Thanks!
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Academic level: Master, PhD, Lifelong Learning
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