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PIRATA Project 20 Years Conference: Contributing to the understanding and prediction of the Tropical Atlantic Climates
Thursday, 10 August 2017
We would like to inform you that the 22nd PIRATA Conference (PIRATA 22) titled "PIRATA Project 20 Years Conference: Contributing to the understanding and prediction of the Tropical Atlantic Climates" will take place on 5-10 November 2017 in Fortaleza, CE, Brazil. The PIRATA acronym, originally defined as "Pilot Research Moored Array in the Tropical Atlantic" in 1997, has been changed in 2008 to "Prediction and Research Moored Array in the Tropical Atlantic". PIRATA is a multinational observation network, established to improve our knowledge and understanding of ocean-atmosphere variability in the tropical Atlantic. It is a joint project of Brazil, France and the United States of America.
For information on conference sessions and abstracts, as well as the organizing committee and meeting logistics, please see the conference website: http://www.funceme.br/pirata22/
Abstract submission deadline: 15 August 2017
Reminder: IOCCP side event registration and 'SOCAT at 10' festive dinner at ICDC10
Tuesday, 08 August 2017
With less than 2 weeks left to the 10th International Carbon Dioxide Conference (ICDC10), we would like to remind you about IOCCP half-day workshop on “Marine Carbon and Biogeochemistry Data Management and Synthesis” which will take place in the afternoon of Wednesday, 23 August 2017, as an official part of the Conference. This exciting side event will highlight the accomplishments, plans and challenges of communities engaged in delivering to and using existing and planned marine carbon and biogeochemistry data products. Moreover, as SOCAT is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, we are happy to invite all SOCAT contributors, users and their travel companions to take part in a 'SOCAT at 10' festive dinner planned for the evening of Wednesday, 23 August 2017, at 19:00.
Relevant sessions at the 2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting, 11-16 February 2018, Portland, OR, USA
Tuesday, 08 August 2017
In light of the fast approaching abstract submission deadline for the 2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting, 11-16 February, Portland, OR, USA, we provide a subjectively selected list of sessions relevant for the marine biogeochemistry community. You can access the list through the link HERE.
Please remember that the abstract submission deadline is 6 September 2017, 23:59 EDT.
Quick survey on the effectiveness of SCOR communications
Friday, 04 August 2017
On behalf of SCOR (Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research) we would like to ask you to provide input to a survey on their communication strategy. The survey is designed to take no more than 10 minutes of your time and will help SCOR understand the needs of our community. Your input from the perspective of ocean carbon community will be appreciated. To access the survey please follow this link.
Global Ocean Science Report – The Current Status of Ocean Science around the World
Thursday, 03 August 2017
On World Oceans Day, 8 June 2017, UNESCO's Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission presented the first ever global stock-taking of marine science at the United Nations' Ocean Conference in New York. The Global Ocean Science Report identifies and quantifies the key elements of ocean science at the national, regional and global scales, including workforce, infrastructure and publications. It is the first collective attempt to systematically highlight opportunities as well as capacity gaps to advance international collaboration in ocean science and technology.
Biogeochemical-Argo program Newsletter #3
Tuesday, 01 August 2017
We would like to let you know that the Biogeochemical-Argo program has issued its 3rd Newsletter which summarizes the program highlights and coming events. In this issue you can learn about the featured BGC Argo articles on sensor performance in the SOCCOM profiling float array (Johnson et al.), on particulate concentrations at depth analysed with float data (Poteau et al.), and the EOS article on shedding new light on the "Ocean's many hues" (Organelli et al.). Check out also the status of BGC Argo float deployments during the PEACETIME cruise, and the BGC Argo session at the upcoming Ocean Sciences Meeting.
You can subscribe to receive future issues of the Biogeochemical-Argo newsletter via this link.
SCOR-POGO International Training Workshop for Nutrient Analysis for participants from developing countries, 5-9 November 2017, Texel, The Netherlands
Thursday, 29 June 2017
We would like to let you know that SCOR International Working Group #147: "Towards comparability of global oceanic nutrient data (COMPONUT)" have just announced an opportunity for scientists and technicians from developing countries to apply to attend the International Training Workshop for Nutrient Analysis to be held on 5-9 November 2017 at the Royal Netherlands Institute of Sea Research (NIOZ) laboratories, Texel, The Netherlands. The training workshop, organized by NIOZ and Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) for SCOR WG #147, gives insight into nutrient analysis and also offers an opportunity to work in a world leading nutrient facility alongside some of the world's most experienced nutrient chemists using gas-segmented continuous flow analysers (CFA's). This opportunity has been made possible through funding from SCOR and POGO.
Application deadline: 1 August 2017
Report from the XIIth Session of the IOCCP SSG is available
Thursday, 22 June 2017
We are happy to inform you that the report from the XIIth Session of the IOCCP Scientific Steering Group has been published. You can read and download the report in PDF from our site HERE.
The report summarizes the current status and future plans related to IOCCP's coordination activities for each of our themes. We hope that you will find the report informative and many of you will become involved in the activities that the SSG planned for the months to come. Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions and comments.
Release of Version 5 of the Surface Ocean CO2 Atlas - celebrating 10 years of SOCAT!
Tuesday, 20 June 2017
On behalf of the Surface Ocean CO2 Atlas (SOCAT) scientific community, we are proud to announce the release of SOCAT Version 5! SOCAT is a synthesis activity by the international marine carbon research community (>100 contributors). SOCAT version 5 has 21.5 million quality-controlled, surface ocean fCO2 (fugacity of carbon dioxide) observations from 1957 to January 2017 for the global oceans and coastal seas. Calibrated sensor data are also available. Automation allows annual, public releases of SOCAT. The SOCAT data is discoverable, accessible and citable. SOCAT enables quantification of the ocean carbon sink and ocean acidification and evaluation of ocean biogeochemical models. Celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2017, SOCAT represents a milestone in biogeochemical and climate research, and in informing policy.
Implementation of Multi-disciplinary Sustained Ocean Observations (IMSOO) workshop report published
Monday, 19 June 2017
On 8-10 February 2017, Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) Panels for Physics & Climate (OOPC), Biology & Ecosystems and Biogeochemistry (IOCCP), and the Ocean Research Coordination Network (Ocean RCN) co-organized a workshop on "Implementation of Multi-disciplinary Sustained Ocean Observations (IMSOO)".
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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