European Association of Marine Science and Technology
Association européenne des sciences et techniques de la mer (AESTM)
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1985-12 Lisbon Portugal
Dec 1985, Lisbon (Portugal). Also referred to as European Association of Marine Sciences and Techniques.
Strengthen cooperation among European oceanographic organizations, encourage exchange of knowhow and accentuate communication; give greater insight to the role of marine sciences, rendering more efficient oceanographers' contributions; obtain more data on European marine areas subjected to the new ocean regime and on its implications for scientific, economic and industrial development; improve pluridisciplinary aspects of education and training in the field; encourage interaction between universities, scientific organizations, government authorities and parliamentarians; act as consultant body for national and international decision-makers.
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