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Biggest Oceans Event Ever Now in Progress in San Diego

  26/09/2013
Oceans 2013 is currently taking place in San Diego, USA, at the Town and Country Convention Center (from 23 to 26 September 2013). This year’s conference is the biggest ever, and the theme is 'An Ocean in Common'. The conference comprises 450 presentations, plenary sessions and special side sessions. The trade show includes more than 200 exhibitors.

 

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The event has returned to San Diego for the seventh time in its existence. Oceans is, as always, sponsored by the Marine Technology Society (MTS) and IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society (IEEES/OES). 




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