We are thrilled to announce that IOCCP and ICOS OTC (Integrated Carbon Observation System Ocean Thematic Centre) are organizing a 14-day international training course on "Instrumenting our ocean for better observation: a training course on a suite of biogeochemical sensors." The course will be held on June 5-18, 2023 at the Kristineberg Center for Marine Research and Innovation, in Kristineberg, Sweden. Application process will open in mid-December 2022. You can read about the past editions of the course from our website here: www.ioccp.org/index.php/training
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We are excited to share with you an online version of the IOCCP - BONUS INTEGRAL Training Course on a Suite of Biogeochemical Sensors. Thanks to the Ocean Teacher Global Academy (OTGA), a project of IOC/IODE (International Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange of the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO), we have uploaded slides and many hours of video recordings covering the entire theoretical part of the course. The online materials are available freely and openly via the professional education platform of OTGA here: ...
We would like to let you know about the upcoming Sea-Bird Scientific live webinar on "Ocean Acidification: High-Frequency Long-Term measurements of pH and Deployment Best Practices," which will take place on Thursday, 18 July, at 17:00 UTC. During the webinar, Charles Branham, Ph.D. will cover technical information and advantages of using ISFET pH sensors. Greg Ikeda will talk about best practices for deploying and maintaining the SeaFET V2 and SeapHOx V2, two moored ISFET pH sensors offered by Sea-Bird Scientific. To register for the event, and to read more about the webinar and the speakers, please see here: ...
IOCCP and BONUS INTEGRAL are thrilled to open online applications (http://www.ioccp.org/2019-training-course) for an international training course "Instrumenting our ocean for better observation: a training course on a suite of biogeochemical sensors". The course will be held at the Sven Lovén Center for Marine Sciences in Kristineberg, Sweden, on June 10-19, 2019. The goal of the course is to further develop proficiency in the use of a suite of biogeochemical sensors and to improve the quality of the data currently generated by autonomous biogeochemical
We would like to inform you about the publication of “A user's guide for selected autonomous biogeochemical sensors” now available for download as PDF from the IOCCP website HERE. The guide presents a final outcome of the 1st International IOCCP Sensors Summer Course held in 2015 in Kristineberg, Sweden. This user’s guide provides easy-to-follow steps on the usage (including preparation, deployment, recovery and basic data processing) of
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