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<p class="section-title">news & updates</p>
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<p class="project-title">Final conference Bremerhaven, Germany 22nd-26th October 2018</p>
<p class="project-exerpt">The Organising Committee appointed by the International Maritime Economic History Association invite proposals for panels and papers to be presented at its 2016 7th International Congress of Maritime History. </p>
<p class="read-more-link"><a href="#">→ read more</a></p>
<p class="project-title">Next Oceans Past Conference</p>
<p class="project-exerpt">After the terrific success of OPVII in Bremerhaven, he Steering Committee is delighted to announce that the next Oceans Past Conference will take place in Bruges Belgium in 2020. </p>
<p class="read-more-link"><a href="opviii.php">→ read more</a></p>
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<p class="project-title">Research agenda: Future of oceans past</p>
<p class="project-exerpt">Towards a Global Marine Historical Research Initiative. Historical research is playing an increasingly important role in marine sciences.</p>
<p class="read-more-link"><a href="#">→ read more</a></p>
<p class="project-title">Request to Join OPI today!</p>
<p class="project-exerpt">Want to know more about and how to join OPI? Just send an email to info@oceanspast.org today.</p>
<p class="read-more-link"><a href="about.php">→ read more</a></p>
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<h1 class="intro">The OPI</h1>
<p class="intro square-text">The Oceans Past Initiative (OPI) is a global research network for marine historical research. Our goal is to enhance knowledge and understanding of how the diversity, distribution and abundance of marine life in the world’s oceans has changed over the long term to better indicate future changes and possibilities. OPI welcomes anyone interested in the history of humankind’s interactions with life in the oceans including paleo-ecologists and climatologists, archaeologists, marine environmental historians, economic historians, oral historians, historical ecologists, fisheries historians, and marine environmental and fisheries policy makers and managers.</p>
<h1 class="intro">Welcome to the OPI</h1>
<p class="intro square-text">The Oceans Past Initiative (OPI) is a global research network for marine historical research. Our goal is to enhance knowledge and understanding of how the diversity, distribution and abundance of marine life in the world’s oceans has changed over the long term to better indicate future changes and possibilities. </p>
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<h3 class="project-title"><a href="#">ICES WGHIST</a></h3>
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<p class="project-exerpt">The Oceans Past Initiative is closely linked with the expert working group, WGHIST of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES): The ICES Working Group on the History of Fish and Fisheries (WGHIST) brings together fisheries scientists, historians, and marine biologists working on multidecadal to centennial changes in the marine environment. WGHIST aims to improve the understanding of the long-term dynamics of fish populations, fishing fleets, and catching technologies. The results are used for setting baselines for management, restoration, and conservation of marine resources and ecosystems.</p>
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<p class="project-exerpt">The Oceans Past Initiative is closely linked with the expert working group, WGHIST of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES): The ICES Working Group on the History of Fish and Fisheries (WGHIST) brings together fisheries scientists, historians, and marine biologists working on multidecadal to centennial changes in the marine environment. WGHIST aims to improve the understanding of the long-term dynamics of fish populations, fishing fleets, and catching technologies. The results are used for setting baselines for management, restoration, and conservation of marine resources and ecosystems.</p>
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