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Setting the Scene. Kostas Nittis – MedGOOS. Marine Observations: a challenging topic. Monitoring strategy – scientific context (why) Proper planning: what – when – where (but with lot of surprises ….)

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Setting the scene

Setting the Scene

Kostas Nittis – MedGOOS


Marine observations a challenging topic

Marine Observations: a challenging topic

  • Monitoring strategy – scientific context (why)

  • Proper planning: what – when – where(but with lot of surprises ….)

  • Technological challenges: sensors, platforms, IT, telecommunications (e.g. deep sea, bio-chem)

  • Quality assurance (at all levels)

  • Resources - sustainability

  • Transform observations into info products(policy, industry, society, science)

First Marine Board Forum15 May 2008 – Oostende (Belgium)


Evolution

Evolution

  • National – local activities

  • Large programs (WOCE, …)

  • Operational monitoring (GOOS): regional – global – data sharing

  • New initiatives: GEO, GMES, EMODNet(EuroARGO, EuroSITES, EMSO, ESONET, MERSEA, SeaDataNet, …)

    Window of opportunity !!!

  • Need to bridge the gap; produce also on behalf of those who cant; build the capacity

First Marine Board Forum15 May 2008 – Oostende (Belgium)


Purpose of forum

Purpose of Forum

”Enhance the interface between marine data providers and users (policy makers, industry)”

1- Policy and industry decisions must be informed by sound information;

2- Bring scientists into the policy and industry interface;

3- Transform their results into information format of relevance to users;

4- Opportunity for users to inform scientists of their needs;

5- Improve the quantity, quality and accessibility of marine information available for decision making;

7- Resulting in new opportunities in the marine information sector in Europe;

First Marine Board Forum15 May 2008 – Oostende (Belgium)


Recipe

Recipe

  • Data providers (research – operational networks)

  • Data / information managers

  • Users: policy (environment, marine resources), industry

    … a subset of the Marine – Maritime Research Partnership

    Enjoy the dialogue !!!

First Marine Board Forum15 May 2008 – Oostende (Belgium)


Remarkable educational programme planeet zee planet ocean

Remarkable educational programme "Planeet Zee" (Planet Ocean):

1- the seven major themes for this project are derived from the Marine Board ESF position paper 'Navigating the Future III'

2- Developed in cooperation with some 100 marine scientists by the Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ), SHE Consultancy, DAB Fleet and the creative bureau Bal Gehakt.

3- Ideal format to be used by teachers in biology, physics, chemistry and geography (all levels for students 16-18 years old).

4- Invite Forum participants to go and visit the demonstration of 'Planeet Zee' in the Exhibition hall of UNESCO.

First Marine Board Forum15 May 2008 – Oostende (Belgium)


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