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GOA-ON Webinar on Carbon cycle monitoring in the extreme latitudes: the Southern Ocean and Arctic Ocean, 14 December, 3 PM UTC
Wednesday, 09 November 2022
We invite you to join the Global Ocean Acidification Observing Network (GOA-ON)’s December webinar, "Carbon cycle monitoring in the extreme latitudes: the Southern Ocean and Arctic Ocean” on December 14, 2022 at 3 PM UTC. Dr. Margaret Ogundare (Federal University of Technology, Akure) and Dr. Mohamed Ahmed (University of Calgary) will be presenting their work in polar regions, which spans topics such as increasing the spatial and temporal observations of the Southern Ocean, the Arctic marine carbon sink, as well as neural network machine learning.
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GOOD-OARS-CLAP-COPAS Summer School on ocean deoxygenation and acidification, 6-12 November 2023, La Serena, Chile
Tuesday, 08 November 2022
We are excited to bring to your attention the GOOD-OARS-CLAP-COPAS International Summer School, which will be held in Chile in November 2023. The Summer School is designed to prepare the next generation of ocean scientists that will engage in multidisciplinary research and increase our understanding on the response of marine ecosystems in the next decades. Students will learn the necessary knowledge and skills of the many disciplines needed to understand the ocean and atmospheric processes involved in ocean deoxygenation and acidification with a focus on Eastern Boundary Upwelling systems. It will expose students and early-career scientists to recent developments and methodologies in the study of biogeochemical and physical feedbacks between the ocean and atmosphere in a changing environment.
The GOOD-OARS-CLAP-COPAS Summer School is open to graduate and doctoral students, and early career scientists interested in interacting with world leading experts in the field in a friendly atmosphere, and enhance their understanding of the processes constraining the future state of the oceans and environmental risks to marine habitats and ecosystems.
Location: Centro de Estudios Avanzados en Zonas Áridas (CEAZA) & University of Coquimbo, La Serena, Chile
Dates: 6 - 12 November 2022
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 30 November 2022
ANNOUNCEMENT OF RETAINED APPLICATIONS: 15 January 2023
DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION: 31 January 2023
Tuesday, 11 October 2022
We would like to let you know that the Global Climate Observing System programme (GCOS) has recently published the 2022 GCOS Implementation Plan and the 2022 ECV Requirements. The GCOS Implementation Plan is a response to the findings of the 2021 GCOS Status Report, implications arising from the IPCC 6th assessment report and recent scientific studies on the climate cycles. The publication provides recommendations for a sustained and fit for purpose Global Climate Observing System. Global climate monitoring needs to cover the entire Earth system from the atmosphere to the oceans, from the cryosphere to the biosphere, and encompassing the water, energy and carbon cycles. It identifies six themes, each of them including several actions that if undertaken in the next 5-10 years, will lead to an improved Global Climate Observing System. It also aims to serve WMO Member States in addressing the challenges of climate change and the implementation of the Paris Agreement.
The actions in the Implementation Plan and the requirements were compiled by experts of the GCOS panels in consultation with their respective communities. IOCCP as GOOS Biogeochemistry Panel contributed to the update of the ECV requirements and formulation of 2022 GCOS IP actions which address the marine biogeochemistry component of the global climate observing system. The 2022 GCOS Implementation Plan and the 2022 ECVs Requirements will be presented at the United Nations Climate Change Conference COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, as well at the 2nd GCOS Climate Observation conference in Darmstadt, Germany.
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The IOCCP promotes the development of a global network of ocean carbon observations for research through technical coordination and communication services, international agreements on standards and methods, and advocacy and links to the global observing systems. The IOCCP is co-sponsored by the Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research and the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO. Read more…
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