"9th EuroGOOS International Conference, Advance in Operational Oceanography: expanding Europe's Ocean Observing and Forecasting capacity", to take place in Brest, France, from 14 to 15 October 2020.
The 1st EOOS Technology Forum will be held the 13 October 2020 during the SeaTechWeek, Brest, France (Organized and promoted by the EuroGOOS Technology Plan Working Group and the EuroGOOS Office)
Information on: https://eurogoos.ifremer.fr/Side-event
Key priorities of the 9th EuroGOOS conference
Major developments have taken place in oceanography in recent years particularly in the enhanced networking and cooperation in ocean observing, modelling, data management and ocean services to society. 2021 will mark the beginning of the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development.
The GOOS strategy lays the foundations for a vision of a truly integrated global system from the open ocean to the coast, from the surface to the bottom, helping to build directly or by assimilating the data in numerical models, the essential information necessary for sustainable development, security, well-being and prosperity following three main themes: climate change, operational services, and health of the ocean.
Reflecting these strategies, the key priorities of the 2020 EuroGOOS conference will be to :
The EuroGOOS conference
The European Global Ocean Observing System, EuroGOOS, was established in 1994 to “make sure that the global infrastructure of GOOS is designed so as to guarantee the required data products and benefits needed by Europe” (ECOPS 1994). Since then EuroGOOS has been developing operational oceanography in Europe in the framework of the UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission Global Ocean Observing System programme (IOC GOOS).
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