[MARMAM] Reminding-2nd Announcement of the 3rd Oceanoise Asia (Oceanoise Asia 2023)

songhai lish at idsse.ac.cn
Tue Jun 20 00:57:10 PDT 2023


Dear Colleagues and Friends,

I hope you are all well. Here I would like to remind you that the 3rd
Oceanoise Asia (Oceanoise Asia 2023)  (Conference Website:
https://oceanoiseasia2023.casconf.cn ) would be taken place on November
13-17, 2023, in Sanya, Hainan Province, China. I hope to see you in Sanya (a
very beautiful and popular tropical tourism city in China) in November.

 


  Important Dates


31
July

Deadline for                  Abstract Submission


31
August

Abstract Acceptance Notification Date


13
November

Registration Date


14 - 17
November

Conference Date

 

 

 

3rd Oceanoise Asia (Oceanoise Asia 2023)

 

November 13-17, 2023, Sanya, Hainan Province, China

 

Website: https://oceanoiseasia2023.casconf.cn 

 

 

Extensive marine engineering works are occurring in Asian waters, where
there is high marine biodiversity. Maritime constructions, offshore wind
power installations, underwater mining, shipping, fisheries, and geological
studies produce a wide variety of noises in the water. Marine mammals, sea
turtles, fishes, and aquatic invertebrates all could be affected by the
exposure to underwater noises. At this moment, baseline information on
ecologically important marine organisms, and proposed scientific standards
of noise impact on these marine organisms are still quite limited within
Asian waters. Reliable ocean noise measurements and an evaluation of its
effects in coastal and deep waters are needed. The Oceanoise Asia symposium
focuses on current available knowledge and future perspectives on
physiology, ecology and behavior of ecologically and economically important
marine organisms, physical and biological sound measurement and biological
noise response observations. The 3rd Oceanoise Asia aims at promoting
scientific research and awareness about the impacts of noise on the marine
organisms in Asian waters. Keywords: soundscape, underwater ambient noise,
man-made noise, noise impacts, physiology, ecology and behavior of marine
organisms.

 

Science Committee            

Songhai Li, Chair (Institute of Deep-sea Science and Engineering, Chinese
Academy of Sciences; lish at idsse.ac.cn <mailto:lish at idsse.ac.cn>  )

Ding Wang, co-Chair (Institute of Hydrobiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences;
wangd at ihb.ac.cn <mailto:wangd at ihb.ac.cn>  )  

Tomonari Akamatsu, co-Chair (Ocean Policy Research Institute, the Sasakawa
Peace Foundation; akamatsu.tom at gmail.com <mailto:akamatsu.tom at gmail.com>  )

Chi-Fang Chen, co-Chair (Taiwan University; chifang at ntu.edu.tw
<mailto:chifang at ntu.edu.tw>  )    

Zhibin Zhang (International Society of Zoological Sciences; and Institute of
Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences; zhangzb at ioz.ac.cn
<mailto:zhangzb at ioz.ac.cn>  )

Chunhua Zhang (Institute of Acoustics, Chinese Academy of Sciences;
zch at mail.ioa.ac.cn <mailto:zch at mail.ioa.ac.cn>  )

Michel André (Technical University of Catalonia; michel.andre at upc.edu
<mailto:michel.andre at upc.edu>  ) 

Lien-Siang Chou (Taiwan University; chouls at ntu.edu.tw
<mailto:chouls at ntu.edu.tw>  )      

Shane Guan (The Catholic University of America; guan at cua.edu
<mailto:guan at cua.edu>  )

Wen Xu (Zhejiang University; wxu at zju.edu.cn <mailto:wxu at zju.edu.cn>  )


 

Organizing Committee

      

Songhai Li (Institute of Deep-sea Science and Engineering, Chinese Academy
of Sciences)

Wenhua Xiong (International Society of Zoological Sciences)

Kexiong Wang (Institute of Hydrobiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

Rui Liu (Institute of Hydrobiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

Zixin Yang (Institute of Deep-sea Science and Engineering, Chinese Academy
of Sciences)

Lijun Dong (Institute of Deep-sea Science and Engineering, Chinese Academy
of Sciences)

Yixi Shi (Institute of Deep-sea Science and Engineering, Chinese Academy of
Sciences)

Agathe Serres (Institute of Deep-sea Science and Engineering, Chinese
Academy of Sciences)

Mingming Liu (Institute of Deep-sea Science and Engineering, Chinese Academy
of Sciences)

Wenzhi Lin (Institute of Deep-sea Science and Engineering, Chinese Academy
of Sciences)

Peijun Zhang (Institute of Deep-sea Science and Engineering, Chinese Academy
of Sciences)

Mingli Lin (Institute of Deep-sea Science and Engineering, Chinese Academy
of Sciences)

Venue

Institute of Deep-sea Science and Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Address: 28 Luhuitou Road, Sanya, Hainan Province, China

http://www.idsse.ac.cn/

 

City: Sanya is located on the southernmost tip of Hainan Island, which is
the most famous tropical resort in China. 

http://en.explorehainan.com/en/experience/sanya/jbqk.shtml#ej

 

Access: Hainan has several airports, including Haikou Meilan International
Airport, Sanya Phoenix International Airport, Qionghai Boao Airport. These
airports have numbers of international flights, and domestic flights as
well. 

Haikou Meilan International Airport is connected with Meilan Railway
Station. Many (approximately every thirty minutes) bullet trains connect the
Meilan Railway Station to the Sanya Station, which takes about one and half
hours. 

Please confirm to travel agent when you book the flight.

 

Hotel

There are several nice five- or four-star hotels with a walking distance to
the symposium venue. The price would be around USD 50-70 per night for each
room, including buffet breakfast. The hotels can be reserved by the
symposium Organizing Committee (if the filled Registration Form is returned
before 31 July, 2023), and paid by the attendees during checking in. More
details about hotels will be announced later. 

 

 

Background of the conference

Oceanoise Asia symposium is the Asian version of Oceanoise conference. This
symposium was initiated by marine biologists and marine acousticians from
Mainland China, Japan, and Chinese Taipei, which aims to bring together
Asian leading experts in underwater noise measurement, modeling and mapping,
physiological and behavioural effects on marine organisms, as well as policy
making, regulation, and mitigation procedures that address ocean noises.
Oceanoise Asia 2023 is the third symposium in its series. It is co-hosted by
the Institute of Deep-sea Science and Engineering, Chinese Academy of
Sciences, and the International Society of Zoological Sciences, in Sanya,
Hainan Province, China. The first Oceanoise Asia was held in Chinese Taipei
in 2016, and the second Oceanoise Asia was held in Hakodate, Hokkaido,
Japan, in 2018. 

Potential participants include researchers, students, government regulators,
NGO conservationists, industrial representatives and their consultants, and
persons who are interested in underwater noise issues.

 

Format

The Format of Oceanoise Asia 2023 aims to favor a dynamic exchange of the
latest findings in the field of ocean noise, their effects on marine life,
and other ecological and conservation issues. Its goal is to provide ocean
stakeholders with the best scientific knowledge and technical solutions to
address environmental issues, and to ultimately promote scientific research
and raise awareness of the impacts of ocean noise on marine life in Asian
waters.

 

The Science Committee will evaluate and organize the submitted abstracts to
form several sessions. As in the previous Oceanoise conferences and
Oceanoise Asia 2018, a round table discussion will follow each session. In
addition, a poster session that encourages close discussion will be
organized.

 

Registration Form for the 3rd Oceanoise Asia

 

Please fill out the registration form in the underlined areas and return to
Songhai Li: lish at idsse.ac.cn <mailto:lish at idsse.ac.cn>  

 

Basical Information 

Name: Given name Family name

Email: xxxx at xxxx.xxx.xx <mailto:xxxx at xxxx.xxx.xx> 

Affiliation: Your institute

Address: 1-2-3, building, town, city, prefecture/state, postcode, country

Telephone: +country code-your telephone number

Visa: Hainan 59-Country Visa-Free Entry / 6-Country Visa-Free Entry /
Chinese Business (F) Visa

(Select one of them)

Hotel reservation: Please fill your information in
https://www.wenjuan.com/s/qmmqMr/# <https://www.wenjuan.com/s/qmmqMr/>


Registration fee 

Registration fees will be exempt if a registration form with an abstract is
submitted before 31 July 2023. Otherwise, a registration fee of CNY 1000
(RMB) (approximately USD 150) will be required, which can be paid on site
during the conference. 

 

Regular meals (lunch and dinner, Chinese food, buffet), as well as
Icebreaker (November 13th) and Banquet (November 16th) for all participants
will be supported by sponsors. 

 

ABSTRACT submission (to Songhai Li: lish at idsse.ac.cn
<mailto:lish at idsse.ac.cn> , before 31 July 2023)

 

Submission: Yes / No (Select one of them)

Preferred presentation style: Oral / Poster (Select one of them)

Student accommodation Award application: Yes / No (Select one of them)

 

The title of your presentation

First Author: Given Name, Middle Name, Last Name

(Affilication1, address, email)

Second Author, Third Author and Forth Author


(Affiliation2, address, email; 
)

Corresponding Author

 

The abstract should be no more than 300 words. Please make sure to have the
consent of co-authors for your presentation. Please follow the WORD template
for the abstract as below. The acceptance of abstracts and student
accommodation award will be announced before 31 August, 2023.

 

Submitted abstracts will be collated in the Symposium Program Book for
attendees. Full manuscripts of presented talks and posters from the
Symposium are welcome for submission, peer review and publication in
Integrative Zoology (INZ) or Water Biology and Security (WBS).

 

Integrative Zoology (INZ) is the official SCI-indexed journal of the
International Society of Zoological Sciences. It is a peer-reviewed journal
and its impact factor in 2021 stands 2.083, ranking top 30% among 179
zoological journals. For author guidelines, please visit
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/17494877.

 

Water Biology and Security (WBS, ISSN 2772-7351) is an official journal of
Institute of Hydrobiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. It has been indexed
by Scopus and DOAJ during the first year released. The Virtual Issue
"Advances in cetacean research and conservation" is open for submission in
Water Biology and Security  which is led by Prof. Ding Wang, Prof. Songhai
Li Professor Tomonari Akamatsu and Professor AR Hoelzel (
<https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/water-biology-and-security/special-is
sue/10N9QHXGRDS> https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/

 
<https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/water-biology-and-security/special-is
sue/10N9QHXGRDS> water-biology-and-security/special-issue/10N9QHXGRDS). As a
non-profit journal, there is no publishing charge for all participants. For
author guidelines, please visit
https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/water-biology-and-security

 

 

 

 

Best Regards

Songhai

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Songhai Li Ph.D. & Prof.

Marine Mammal and Marine Bioacoustics Laboratory

Institute of Deep-sea Science and Engineering 

Chinese Academy of Sciences 

28 Luhuitou Road, Sanya, 572000, China

Phone: +86-898-88222393

Email:  <mailto:lish at sidsse.ac.cn> lish at idsse.ac.cn 

http://www.idsse.cas.cn/yjsgk2015/zzjg2015/yftx2015/shkxyjb2015/hybrdwyhysws
xyjz2015/   

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