The GEOTRACES international program will present, and share the lessons learned from creating, its open access database and e-atlas of trace-element and isotope data, including macro- and micronutrients, contaminants and biological data.
This session focuses on engaging communities and human culture in ocean science to inform equitable solutions. A panel will explore three Canadian case studies, after which participants will aid in collaboratively designing the co-design process.
The Save The Waves app is an innovative, easy-to-use tool for coastal stewardship and conservation. This activity will highlight its potential for protected area management, direct action, and existing data sharing and response partnerships.
Long before the internet, the ocean was a highway of knowledge exchange across the Pacific. This event will explore how Pacific Islanders are building upon this tradition and overcoming barriers to better manage, communicate & apply ocean knowledge.
Ocean knowledge and governance increasingly depend on enormous flows of data from a vast machine of measuring tools. This cross-disciplinary activity explores implications of digitalization for ocean sustainability.
Showcasing the benefits of making ocean data interoperable & co-developing marine knowledge products to address global challenges. Examples & achievements of EU, Chinese and Asian ocean data sharing collaborations & opportunities to join the efforts.
"Access" means the ability to reach a resource but it also entails the capacity to derive benefits from it. What does this imply for “accessible” ocean science? What is required to make ocean knowledge accessible for multiple stakeholders?
Tsunamika is a tiny traveling doll upcycled from waste fabric in a project from Upasana, Auroville, Tamilnadu, India. Join her on her ocean mission!
Join us and learn how to efficiently use and make the most of novel, cutting-edge EOSC cloud services for bathymetry mapping, seafloor mosaicking and seabed classification.
This webinar will discuss how a future All-Atlantic Ocean Data Space could be realized by building on existing initiatives such as the two EU operational marine data services, i.e. Copernicus Marine Service and EMODnet.
"Ocean data access and management: CTN-Diocean" aims to promote action for developing national capacities towards the equitable access to data and information systems, promoting capabilities for their use into decision making and investigation.
Blue-Cloud enables researchers to find, access, share, combine and reuse marine data across domains. In this webinar, we present 3 award-winning practical cases from our 2022 Hackathon.
Observing Air-Sea Interactions Strategy aims to support FAIR data for an accessible ocean. Join our workshop for brainstorming and networking on what OASIS can do to strengthen FAIR data principles across the global air-sea interactions community.
On a path toward coastal ocean justice, the Smart Fishing project will be the starting point for a dialogue-based movement and opening discussion, evoking the bio-cultural memory to co-construct the pluriverse of the oceanic worlds.
Integrated version of the telecommunications „5G technologies for use in food systems and food value chains in the ocean sector“?
We will showcase new marine imaging technologies developed in the iAtlantic project, demonstrating how they advance our understanding of the ocean and how they can widen access to marine information through low-cost kit and smart use of AI.
The main goal of this webinar is to engage scientists, the public sector and society in the need to incorporate marine data into marine databases, focusing on the quality of the information to support management, innovation and decision-making.
This session will explore how co-design is used to advance equity in the design and use of ocean science for sustainable development and identify lessons from principles and practical examples.
The session will promote awareness of the marine litter problem by highlighting the use of satellite GIS data and citizen science to assist participants engaged in local clean-ups on local shores.
Our “Talking the Coast” project brought the marine science community together with coastal artists and citizens to increase both ocean literacy and ocean empathy. Learn how we achieved maximum outcome with minimal budget.
Join us for a workshop to discuss interoperability for Digital Twins of the Ocean! We present and discuss existing approaches.
Join us to learn how ocean advocacy can be translated from commitments into actions by using fashion as a tool.
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