Annual Science Meeting

The Annual Science Meeting is a single day science meeting held during the first half of October. The theme for the meeting is set by the RARGOM board, however community input for the meeting theme is welcome. 

2016 RARGOM Annual Science Meeting
Science for sustaining the Gulf of Maine's ecosystems and coastal communities
Thursday, October 13, 2016, 9:00 AM — Red Hook Brewery, 1 Redhook Way, Portsmouth, NH

Abstract deadline: September 19th — Use Abstract Form and send abstracts to

Register here. Registration deadline is Thursday Oct. 6 (if we don't reach our maximum before that). When paying (which is via PayPal), try to enter your affiliation somewhere in your ‘shipping’ address, or send an email to noting your affiliation. If you are registering/paying for other people, please send an email to noting the names and affiliations of those you registered.

Download the full meeting program here.

Information from the most recent science meetings can be found below:

2015 RARGOM Annual Science Meeting
How is the timing of all things changing in the Gulf of Maine?
October 14, 2015, Portsmouth, NH 
Meeting Program 

2014 RARGOM Annual Science Meeting
Identifying and Monitoring Ecosystem Drivers in the Gulf of Maine
September 30, 2014 
Meeting Program

2013 RARGOM Annual Science Meeting
The 2012 Gulf of Maine heatwave: anomalous year or the new normal?
October 8, 2013
Agenda and Presentations

2012 RARGOM Annual Science Meeting
Will the Gulf of Maine yield more or less seafood in the future, ideas from the physical environment and lower trophic levels?
Oct 9, 2012, Portsmouth, NH
Agenda and Presentations

2011 RARGOM Annual Science Meeting
The Nexus Betweem Climate Change and Marine Spatial Planning
Oct 5, 2011, Portsmouth, NH
Agenda and Presentations

2010 RARGOM Annual Science Meeting
Impacts of Climate Change in the Gulf of Maine

Oct 6, 2010, Portsmouth, NH
Agenda and Presentations