Courses and workshops Pre / Post Congress

  • They invite professionals to apply for observer training scientists – Click to display
  • Theoretical-practical course: First part: Introduction to underwater photography – Click to display
  • Theoretical-practical course: Second part: How to document the oceans, sustainability – Click to display
They invite professionals to apply for observer training scientists – Click to display
23 Y 24 May 2020 in Punta Arenas

They invite professionals to apply for observer training scientists

As part of the XL Congress of Sciences organized by the Sociedad Chilena Sea Science Sea and the University of Magallanes.

Punta Arenas, 18 from December to 2019.- The Chilean Antarctic Institute (INACH) invites professionals from the area of ​​marine biology, fishing engineering and other related professions, to apply for the second version of the Scientific Observer Training on International Scientific Observation System (SISO) which it has developed the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCRVMA), to monitor fishing activities and enforcement of conservation measures regulating fisheries in the Southern Ocean.

This body will take place on 23 Y 24 May 2020 at the University of Magallanes in Punta Arenas, within the framework of the XL Congress of Sciences of the Sea. Among its main objectives is to educate participants about the structure of this system, his origins, conservation measures regulating fishing activities, learn to identify the species of commercial interest and those that are retained as bycatch. Theoretical and practical content will be dictated by both researchers and observers scientists currently working in the area of ​​CCAMLR.

The organizer of the activity and researcher at the INACH, Francisco Santa Cruz explained that the purpose of this course is to enable participants to know what the SISO and possibly consider as a career opportunity and contribution to Antarctic science. "This training is an excellent opportunity for interested professionals can internalize in the operation of CCAMLR and SISO. Fisheries in the Southern Ocean are growing rapidly, approaches have been established with the ecosystem responsible exploitation, for which it is very necessary to have trained people to work exercise scientific observation ", express.

Likewise, He added that scientific observation is "one of the main sources of data to assess the impact of fishing on the ecosystem and the development of appropriate mitigation measures that conserve marine resources".

There is only a total of twenty quotas, so those interested should complete an application form online until 28 February 2020 available HERE, also attaching a letter of motivation and background. Training is free.

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Theoretical-practical course: First part: Introduction to underwater photography – Click to display
Catalina Velasco issued by Charpentier. PADI Divemaster y Dive Centre Pro Photographer

Theoretical-practical course: First part: Introduction to underwater photography

The course "Introduction to underwater photography" aims to provide theoretical and practical tools to those who are beginning to venture into this art form, or for those who want to start, but do not know where. During the basic parameters addressed in the manual photography, fundamental principles of underwater photography, forms of composition, equipment, and will end with an activity ground to put into practice what I learned. At the end of the course will receive a certificate of participation.

Number of attendees expected: 15. The course can be completed with a maximum of 25 persons.

Duration: part time (~ 4 hours) 09:00-12:30

Place: University of Magallanes, Punta Arenas

Program:

1.- Module 1 (1.5 hours)

  • Skills photographer diver
  • Animal and ethical behavior
  • fundamental principles of underwater photography

Break (10 minutes)

2.- Module 2 (1 time)

  • Types of underwater photography
  • Equipment
  • Composition

3.- practical activity (1.5 hours)

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Theoretical-practical course: Second part: How to document the oceans, sustainability – Click to display
Dictated by Enrique Talledo

Theoretical-practical course: Second part: How to document the oceans, sustainability

By ENRIQUE TALLEDO.

documentarian, camera and underwater photographer. Director of the Ocean Secrets. 2 time champion Spain Hunting photographic lung and runner-up for the World Countries.

The course "Introduction Documenting OCEANS, Sustainability "aims to provide basic knowledge for the practice of documenting life through this workshop marina.A, You can learn and improve aspects of recording underwater scenes and how to get the most out of your pictures. Incidiremos in the basics of underwater photography and video, how to portray marine life, edition, publishing and image processing. In addition to these basics, others to help develop as documentary filmmakers or photographers will address "aware and motivated" to show the world the need to protect marine ecosystems. At the end of the course will receive a certificate of participation.

Number of attendees expected:
15. The course can be completed with a maximum of 25 persons.
Duration: media
working day (~ 4 hours)

Program:
1.-Knowledge of the environment and other important aspects.
2.-Film crews and photo
3.- Technique to use
4.- How to improve the bottom line (edition, production, publication in social networks)
5.- Divulgation, protection, awareness.
6.- Questions.

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