The Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (the Convention) is an international agreement established to conserve Antarctic marine living resources and is an integral part of the Antarctic Treaty system. The Convention applies to all marine living resources within the Antarctic marine ecosystem. The objective of the Convention, set out in Article II, is the conservation of Antarctic marine living resources, where the term ‘conservation’ includes rational use. The Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) gives effect to the Convention’s objective and its principles of conservation. CCAMLR adopts conservation measures that regulate fishing and related activities in the Southern Ocean in accordance with the Convention’s objective and principles of conservation.

CCAMLR Headquarters and the Secretariat are based in Hobart, Tasmania.

CLS, a subsidiary of the French Space Agency (CNES) and CNP, is a worldwide company and pioneer provider of monitoring and surveillance solutions for the Earth since 1986. Its mission is to deploy innovative satellite-based monitoring solutions to understand and protect our planet, and to manage its resources sustainably.

Echoview Software is pleased to exhibit at the 2023 Southern Ocean Observing System (SOOS) Symposium.

Echoview is the world’s premier software package for hydroacoustic data processing, delivering powerful and flexible capabilities for water-column and bottom echosounder and sonar data processing.

We work with governments, scientists, commercial fisheries, and NGOs globally to support the understanding and sustainable use of aquatic resources.

Visit our exhibition table to find out how we can make your hydroacoustic data processing faster, easier, more objective, and cost-effective.