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New horizons for the Panhellenic Symposium of Oceanography & Fisheries

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CHRISTOS ARVANITIDIS, VASILIS GEROVASILEIOU, PARASKEVI K. KARACHLE, ARGYRO ZENETOS
CHRISTOS ARVANITIDIS, VASILIS GEROVASILEIOU, PARASKEVI K. KARACHLE, ARGYRO ZENETOS

Abstract


The Panhellenic Symposium of Oceanography and
Fisheries was firstly launched in Athens, 35 years ago
sparked by the enthusiasm of the Greek aquatic scientists,
massively supported by the voluntary contribution
of the Hellenic Centre for Marine Research (HCMR)
employees. Over the last three decades, the Symposium
established and flourished as the forum for a wide range
of marine and freshwater disciplines in the country. It became
a tradition to a large audience since it has attracted
researchers, academicians, students, entrepreneurs and
the industry both from Greece and adjacent countries.
The initial enthusiasm and support is growing with the
inclusion of Universities and other educational/research
institutes in the organization scheme.
The “12th Panhellenic Symposium of Oceanography
and Fisheries” 1 did not only deliver big changes in its
operational mode but also opened new horizons to the
scientific communities of Greece and adjacent areas. It
has been a tipping point in this type of events in many
aspects.

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