Monthly Webinar Series

Tuesday June 6, 2023 (3:00 – 4:30PM EDT, GMT-4)

More Information and Registration

Upcoming Webinars

July 11, 2023 (3:00 – 4:30PM EDT, GMT-4)
Perspectives on the Deep Ocean in Global Climate Negotiations and Ocean CDR Strategies
Dr. Sarah Seabrook (NIWA, New Zealand)

Previous Webinars

May 2, 2023
What the UN’s High Seas Treaty Means for Deep-Sea Science
Dr. Jeff Marlow (Boston University)
Dr. Rebecca Helm (Georgetown University)

April 4, 2023
EMSO – Azores Observatory Science and Opportunities
Dr. Marjolaine Matabos (IFREMER, France)

March 10, 2023
The Status of Deep-Sea Mining
Dr. Diva Amon (Director of SpeSeas) and Hannah Lily (Independent Consultant – Ocean, Natural Resources, and Regulatory Law)

February 7, 2023
Ocean Exploration Opportunities with Schmidt Ocean Institute and Ocean Exploration Trust
Leonard Pace (SOI) and Dr. Dan Wagner (OET)

January 10, 2023
Impacts of Deep Seabed Mining – Results from Independent Scientific Monitoring
Dr. Matthias Haeckel (GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany)

November 1, 2022
Deep-Sea Expedition Leadership Capacity Building with the COBRA Master Class
Dr. Beth Orcutt (Senior Research Scientist at the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences and Director of COBRA)

About the COBRA Webinar Series

We bring the COBRA community together through this monthly webinar series. These virtual events will be held on the first Tuesday of each month, with a regular rotation of science and professional development topics. The layout of the 90-minute meetings (all 3:00 – 4:30PM Eastern Time) is anticipated to be:

  • Welcome (10 minutes)
  • Community building ice breaker (10 minutes; in breakout rooms)
  • Plenary talk(s) (30 minutes)
  • Open Q&A (30 minutes)
  • Wrap up (10 minutes)

COBRA is committed to providing a virtual meeting space where all participants feel welcome, safe, and included. By registering for and attending the meeting, you agree to review and abide by our non-discriminatory Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct and Conflict of Interest Policy in line with our commitment to contributing to making deep-sea research more just, equitable, diverse, and inclusive.

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