Being the universal solvent water pollution affects our daily life which also allows various substances to dissolve in it and leading to the water pollution. Unwanted waste substances and hazardous waste product from industries and villages dissolve in the water and make the water polluted.

This quality of water also affects the aquatic ecosystem leading to the death of aquatic animals and plants. Due to the sewage waste which will promote the process of Eutrophication which in turn decreases the oxygen levels in the water bodies and eventually kills the aquatic wildlife.

Why to attend this conference?

Be the first to showcase your research, innovations and the brand to attain competitive advantages. Meet your target audience and explore your knowledge about the research work.

Build your professional network.
Know about the latest research.
Improve your presentation and communication skills.
Get response on an early version of your latest research work.
Acquire knowledge beyond your field or interest.
Get opportunity to meet people


Researchers and Professors can contribute their speaker presentations, poster presentations, and host the International Conference as a team at the Marine summit 2023 Conference. Association Partnership, Collaboration with our International events as Committee Members, Speakers, and Delegates, Academic collaborations, and Group Participation are all opportunities provided by the Organizing Committee to Universities, Associations, and Societies. Students and Research Scholars can also participate in oral and poster presentations, student delegate participation, and group registrations. Our Conference Committee also allows business experts to share their valuable contributions as speakers, keynote speakers.

International Conference on Water Pollution and Aquatic life aims to provide a platform to share and listen to the recent advancements in topics relating to Conservation of Aquatic life and controlling the effects of water pollution on marine and terrestrial life. This scientific event also provides an idea of waste water management, water borne diseases affecting the aquatic life as well the terrestrial, water remediation techniques. Marine summit 2023 is scheduled for the month of March 20-21, 2023 as Webinar. This 2 day session will help the participants to gain knowledge in the topics relating to water pollution and effect of water pollution on Aquatic animals.

Target Audience

Health care professionals
Government policy makers
Environmental and Health professionals
Industry and Transport sectors
Research organizations
Pollution control organizations and Societies
Fresh water scientists and researchers
Marine Ecologists and Biologists

Univeristies and Colleges

  1. State University Of New York Maritime College, US
  2. California Maritime Academy, California
  3. Greenwich Maritime Institute, England
  4. Tokyo University Of Marine Science And Technology, Tokyo
  5. Griffith University
  6. Delft University of Technology
  7. National Technical University of Athens
  8. The University of Tokyo
  9. The University of New South Wales
  10. Maritime University of the Caribbean
  11. Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  12. Texas A&M University
  13. Technical University of Denmark
  14. University of Tasmania
  15. University of Strathclyde
  16. University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
  17. University of California, San Diego
  18. Chalmers University of Technology
  19. Colorado State University
  20. Plymouth University


Associations and Organizations

  1. United States Environmental Protection Agency
  2. Environment Agency
  3. Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
  5. Pacific Institute
  6. New South Wales Environment Protection Authority
  7. Anglian Water
  8. Central Pollution Control Board
  9. Water Education Foundation
  10. River Network
  11. National Marine Fisheries Service
  12. Water service regulation Authority
  13. Wessex Water
  14. Coral Reef Alliance
  15. The Marine Mammal Centre
  16. United States National Marine Sanctuary
  17. Whale and Dolphin Conservation
  18. Marine Conservation Society
  19. The Cousteau Society

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