The Mediterranean Science Commission (CIESM)
Commission internationale pour l'exploration scientifique de la Mer Méditerranée (CIESM)
Comisión Internacional para la Exploración Cientifica del Mar Mediterraneo
30 Mar 1910, Monaco, when present name was adopted, following recommendations, 27 Jul 1908, Geneva (Switzerland), of 9th International Geographical Congress for a proposed Commission de la Méditerranée. Having been delayed by World War I, the Constitutive Congress was held in Nov 1919, Madrid (Spain). Activities, again suspended during 1939-1949 by World War II, recommenced Sep 1949. Revised Statutes adopted Oct 1995; Dec 2009. Original title: International Commission for Scientific Exploration of the Mediterranean Sea.
Guide and coordinate development of research programmes on marine and coastal environment in the Mediterranean and in the Black Sea.
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Plenary Assembly (every 3 years, at Congress); Board; Scientific Committees (6).
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