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  Information - SPM4 Natural and human-induced hypoxia in the coastal ocean

Event Information
This full-day meeting will launch the activities of SCOR's working group 128 on Natural and Human-Induced Hypoxia and Consequences for Coastal Areas.

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
The list of SCOR Working Group members (full and associate) is given below. Most the people listed below will attend the Splinter meeting.

Jing Zhang (China)
Denis Gilbert (Canada)
Nancy Rabalais (USA)
Venu Ittekkot (Germany)
Lisa Levin (USA)
Jack Middelburg (The Netherlands)
Pedro Monteiro (South Africa)
Wajih Naqvi (India)
Temel Oguz (Turkey)
Osvaldo Ulloa (Chile)
Boris Dewitte (France)
Werner Ekau (Germany)
Ragnar Elmgren (Sweden)
Elva Escobar (Mexico)
Andy Gooday (UK)
Mike Kemp (USA)
Silvio Pantoja (Chile)
Mary Scranton (USA)
Anja van der Plas (Namibia)

SCOR Working Group 128 on coastal hypoxia (

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