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Use the Data!. Fisheries Natural Hazards Near Term (Storm Surge) Long Term (Sea Level Variability) Weather and Climate Marine Operations Public Health Marine Ecosystems Marine Resources. Implementation. Deployments Float Provider Participate in the Donor Program

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Use the Data!

  • Fisheries

  • Natural Hazards

    Near Term (Storm Surge)

    Long Term (Sea Level Variability)

  • Weather and Climate

  • Marine Operations

  • Public Health

  • Marine Ecosystems

  • Marine Resources


Implementation

  • Deployments

  • Float Provider

  • Participate in the Donor Program

  • Coordinate Access to Operations in EEZs

    UNCLOS

  • Logistics at Embarkation Points

  • WMO Information System (WIS)

  • Education (K – 12)





Ioc abe los
IOC/ABE-LOS

  • Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission’s Advisory Body of Experts on the Law of the Sea

  • Composed of both marine scientists and law of the sea experts

  • Seventh annual meeting in Gabon March 2007


Abe los task 1
ABE-LOS TASK (1)

  • Draft legal framework for the collection of oceanographic data, within the context of the Law of the Sea (LOS) Convention

    (IOC Assembly Resolution XXII-12 (2003))


Abe los task 2
ABE-LOS TASK (2)

  • Develop practical guidelines for

    • Deployment of floats on high seas that may drift into EEZs

    • Deployment of floats and surface drifting buoys in EEZs

    • Deployment of XBTs by ships of opportunity in EEZs

      (IOC Assembly Resolution XXIII-8 (2005))


Meteorological data
Meteorological Data

  • - UNCLOS III decided collection of marine meteorological data is not MSR

  • - Analogous is routine collection of ocean observations distributed freely and openly, and used for monitoring and forecasting ocean state, weather (meteorology) and climate


Operational oceanography programs
OPERATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHY PROGRAMS

  • All have same characteristics:

  • Sustained, systematic, reliable and robust mission activities with institutional commitment to deliver appropriate, cost-effective products and services


Msr v other forms of marine data collection
MSR v. OTHER FORMS OF MARINE DATA COLLECTION

  • Although the means of data collection are often the same (and may appear indistinguishable from MSR), it is the intended use to which the data is to be put that distinguishes MSR from surveys, operational oceanography, and exploration/exploitation of resources


Summary
SUMMARY

  • - Not all methods of collection of data about the oceans is MSR regulated by Part XIII

  • - Lack of agreed definitions results in differences of views on the legal regimes governing particular forms of marine data collection:

    • MSR – Surveys – Operational Oceanography – Exploration and exploitation of resources

  • - Understanding and clarification needed


Operational oceanography
OPERATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHY

  • - Not mentioned in LOS Convention

  • - Routine collection of standard data sets

    • Temperature, pressure, currents, salinity, wind

    • Atmosphere, air-sea interface, oceans

  • - Monitoring and Forecasting

    • Ocean state estimation

    • Weather - Meteorology

    • Climate prediction

  • - Near real time transmission, near real time availability to public


Benin

Mr. George Degbe

Representative de Benin

Gabon

Dr Pierre MAGANGA

DGDM / Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cooperation, Francophony and Regional Integration

Libreville

Kenya

Dr Johnson M. KAZUNGU

Kenya Marine & Fisheries Research Institute

Mombasa

Morocco/Maroc

Prof. Mohammed MONCEF

Université Chouaïb Doukkali

El Jadida


Republic of Congo/République du Congo

H.E. Louis Marie NOMBO-MAVOUNGOU

Mr Jean Claude MOUNGONDO-NSI MBA

Mr Alain Claver BATCHY

Mr Pierre Claver MBOUITI

Ministre des Transports Maritimes et de la Marine Marchande

Brazzaville

Mr Jean Felix MOUTHOUD-TCHIKAYA

Direction Générale de la Marine Marchande

Pointe Noire

Mr Jules NGOMA

Ministère des Transports Maritimes et de la Marine Marchande

Pointe Noire

Senegal/Sénégal

Mme Marième Diagne TALLA

Ministère de l’Economie Maritime et des Transports Maritimes Internationales

Dr Birane SAMB

Centre de recherches océanographiques de Dakar Thiaroye

Dakar


Togo

Dr Adoté Blim BLIVI

Université de Lomé

Tunisia/Tunisie

Prof. Chérif SAMMARI

Institut National des Sciences et Technologies de la Mer

Salammbô

United Republic of Tanzania/République-unie de Tanzanie

Dr A.M. DUBI

University of Dar es Salaam

Zanzibar



T: xyav

ΔT: 0 – 100m

ΔT: 400 – 500m

Global-scale variability in 2004 – 2006.

The 2004 – 2006 global “cooling” is partly due to tropical interannual variability and partly due to isopycnal shoaling in the Atlantic thermocline.

Global Tav: 0 – 1000m


Gliders for the Edges of the Argo Array

Although slow moving, can maintain arrays in boundary currents and other localized features


0-200m

August 2003

Glider Tracks

0-400m



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