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  • Title: OceanObs'09
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. Proceedings.. Framework.. Agenda.. Organizers.. Sponsors.. Questions?.. Archive.. The OceanObs'09 Conference brought together more than 600 scientists from 36 nations, supported by 99 Community White Papers and 47 Plenary Papers, to build a.. common vision for the provision of routine and sustained global information on the marine environment sufficient to meet society s needs.. for describing, understanding and forecasting marine variability (including physical, biogeochemical, ecosystems and living marine resources), weather, seasonal to decadal climate variability, climate change, sustainable management of living marine resources, and assessment of longer term trends.. OceanObs'09 Conference Proceedings.. The.. Conference Proceedings.. were published in 2011 and printed in 2012.. The Final.. Conference Statement.. incorporates comments received from  ...   White Papers.. A Framework for Ocean Observing.. The Framework for Ocean Observing called for by the OceanObs'09 Conference Statement and adopted by the.. Global Ocean Observing System.. is meant to guide the ocean observing community as a whole to establish an integrated and sustained global observing system - one that includes ocean physics, biogeochemistry, and ocean biology and ecosystems, and addresses the variables to be measured, the approach to measuring them, and how their data and products will be managed and made widely available to modeling efforts and a wide range of users.. A Framework for Ocean Observing.. 21-25 September 2009, Venice Convention Centre, Venice-Lido, Italy.. Contact:.. info.. at.. oceanobs09.. net.. 2008 IOC/UNESCO..

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  • Title: OceanObs09 | Proceedings
    Descriptive info: Preface.. Statement.. Summary.. Plenary papers.. Fora, keynotes, other.. Comm.. White Papers.. Add.. Contributions.. PROCEEDINGS.. doi:10.. 5270/OceanObs09.. Proceedings of OceanObs 09: Sustained Ocean Observations and Information for Society.. Editors: Julie Hall, D.. E.. Harrison, Detlef Stammer.. Preface.. Conference Statement.. Plenary Papers (Vol.. 1).. OceanObs'09 Community White Papers (see below) provided community input ahead of the meeting addressing specific areas of the ocean observing and information systems.. The conference.. Plenary Papers.. were the essential mechanism for merging this information into a broader community consensus, and to building a coherent vision.. Download a reference list of.. all Plenary Papers including DOIs.. formatted for cutting and pasting into other document reference lists.. Fora, Keynotes, and other documents (Vol.. Community White Papers (Vol.. 2).. Community White Papers.. for OceanObs'09 are the basis for community planning and building community consensus, describing agreed plans for the coming decade.. They are focused on particular observing networks, observing technology, scientific questions requiring observations, observing and data system infrastructure, or the development of ocean information.. Community White Papers were peer-reviewed by the Programme Committee and a Review Team.. all  ...   Contributions including DOIs.. Citations.. The OceanObs'09 Proceedings as a whole shall be cited as:.. Hall, J.. , Harrison, D.. Stammer, D.. , Eds.. (2010).. Proceedings of OceanObs'09: Sustained Ocean Observations and Information for Society, Venice, Italy, 21-25 September 2009, ESA Publication WPP-306.. An individual Plenary Paper in the proceedings can be cited as a peer-reviewed publication:.. Lastname1, A.. , Lastname2, B.. Lastname3, C.. Plenary Paper Title.. In Proceedings of OceanObs'09: Sustained Ocean Observations and Information for Society (Vol.. 1), Venice, Italy, 21-25 September 2009, Hall, J.. , ESA Publication WPP-306.. pp.. xx(xx=pp number [1,43]).. An individual Community White Paper in the proceedings can be cited as a peer-reviewed publication:.. Community White Paper Title.. 2), Venice, Italy, 21-25 September 2009, Hall, J.. cwp.. xx(xx=cwp number [1,96]).. An individual Additional Contribution in the proceedings can be cited as:.. Additional Contribution Title.. In Proceedings of OceanObs'09: Sustained Ocean Observations and Information for Society (Annex), Venice, Italy, 21-25 September 2009, Hall, J.. Rights to reproduction of individual articles are held by the authors.. The source of the article (these proceedings) shall be cited..

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  • Title: OceanObs09 | Working Group
    Descriptive info: FRAMEWORK.. 5270/OceanObs09-FOO.. The international sponsors of OceanObs'09, all with a stake in the development of the sustained ocean observing system, pledged at the conference to work together towards an integrated system.. They decided to convene a limited-lifetime post-conference working group (the Integrated Framework for Sustained Ocean Observations task team) that, in broad consultation:.. recommended a framework for moving global sustained ocean observations forward in the next decade, integrating feasible new  ...   take advantage of existing structures.. At the conference the international sponsors were joined in pledging to work together towards an integrated system by many regional and national organizations, among them the.. sponsors of the OceanObs'09 conference.. Framework for Ocean Observing final document.. Framework for Ocean Observing.. (pdf, 3 MB).. The new.. Steering Committee (GOOS SC) is using the Framework as the guiding document for its work with partners.. 2008-2010 IOC/UNESCO..

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  • Title: OceanObs09 | Agenda
    Descriptive info: 1 Decade of progress.. 2 Scientific results.. 3 Delivering services.. 4 Tech and infrastructure.. 5 The way forward.. Draft Conference Agenda.. The conference was organized around five days, drawing from community-submitted contributions (see more detail on the.. general conference structure.. : from inputs to outcomes).. Click the days below to read descriptions and details of the sessions under each day.. Participants received a printed.. overview of the agenda (pdf, 1MB).. Day 1.. (21 Sep).. Celebrating a decade of progress and preparing for the future.. Day 2 (22 Sep).. Scientific results and potential based on global observations.. Day 3 (23 Sep).. Delivering services to society.. Day 4 (24 Sep).. Developing technology and infrastructure.. Day 5 (25 Sep).. The Way Forward.. 1A.. Opening.. 2A.. Large-scale ocean properties:  ...   and fluxes.. 3B.. Forecasting.. 4B.. Satellite.. Presentation of the Conference Statement.. 5B.. Towards an integrated observing system.. 2C.. Biogeochemistry and ecosystems.. 3C.. Hazards, Impacts, and Management.. 4C.. Information Synthesis and Delivery.. Towards an integrated observing system (cont'd).. 1D.. Early successes.. Poster Session.. Parallel Community Fora.. 5C.. High-level perspectives: sustaining ocean observations.. 5D.. Viewpoints from the International Programs.. Opening reception.. 5E.. Closing address.. 2R.. Roundtable: How are changes in the large-scale ocean circulation impacting biological processes?.. 3R.. Roundtable: Imperatives for ocean observing in a changing world.. Preview of film.. Oceans.. Social event: conference dinner.. Keynote session.. Invited.. Plenary Papers Session.. with Questions and Discussion.. for Community White Papers and Additional Contributions.. Roundtable.. discussion.. Community Forum.. opportunity for smaller group discussion and contribution to the conference outcome..

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  • Title: OceanObs09 | Organizers
    Descriptive info: Organizing Committee.. Programme Committee.. sought sponsors, oversaw the logistics, and determined the vision and goals of the meeting.. was responsible for defining the conference agenda, identifying plenary presenters, and reviewing the community input to the meeting..

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  • Title: OceanObs09 | Sponsors
    Descriptive info: Sponsors and endorsers.. IOC/UNESCO.. ,.. ESA.. (organizing sponsors),.. CNES.. EUMETSAT.. NSF.. WMO.. NOAA.. NASA.. GEO.. CLISAP.. ONR.. IGBP.. CLS.. Australian Bureau of Meteorology.. BSH Germany.. Mercator Océan.. myOcean.. Ifremer.. Endorsing organizations.. GCOS.. GOOS.. WCRP.. JCOMM.. PICES.. SOLAS.. IMBER.. GLOBEC.. POGO..

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  • Title: OceanObs09 | Contact
    Descriptive info: Questions / contact.. If you cannot find the answer to your question on the pages on this site, please feel free to contact us.. Albert Fischer and Belén Martin Miguez.. 1 rue Miollis.. 75732 Paris cedex 15, FRANCE.. Tel: +33 1 45 68 40 40.. E-mail: info.. Jérôme Benveniste.. European Space Agency - ESRIN.. Directorate of Earth Observation Programmes.. EO Science, Applications and Future Technologies Dpt.. Via Galileo Galilei.. I-00044 Frascati (Roma), ITALY.. E-mail: Jerome.. dot.. Benveniste.. esa.. int.. ESA Conference Bureau.. E-mail: esa.. conference.. bureau.. 2009 IOC/UNESCO..

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  • Title: OceanObs09 | Archive
    Descriptive info: Archived Pages.. The links below contain archived links from the main page, which were of relevance before and during the meeting.. These have been moved here for future reference.. (the following drafts and comments are now finalized in the.. ).. Additional Contributions.. Other Documents.. Goals and Vision.. Structure.. Invited plenary talks.. Panel discussions.. Timeline/deadlines.. Agenda.. 1 Decade of progress.. 2 Scientific results.. 3 Delivering services.. 4 Tech and infrastructure.. 5 The way forward.. Contribute/submit.. Registration/logistics.. Accommodation.. Press corner.. Links.. 21-25 September 2009, Venice Convention Centre, Venice-Lido, Italy..

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  • Title: OceanObs09 | Plenary Paper
    Descriptive info: Published in the.. Proceedings of OceanObs'09: Sustained Ocean Observations and Information for Society.. CONFERENCE STATEMENT.. Statement.. Download the Conference Statement.. VISION.. Provision of routine and sustained global information on the marine environment sufficient to meet society s needs for describing, understanding and forecasting marine variability (including physical, biogeochemical, ecosystems and living marine resources), weather, seasonal to decadal climate variability, climate change, sustainable management of living marine resources, and assessment of longer term trends.. In order to serve the needs of our nations and of the global community,.. We, the more than 600 Participants from 36 nations of the OceanObs 09 Conference in Venice,.. Recognizing the progress.. in ocean observations in the last decade, the demonstrated societal benefits of the existing elements, the recent technical and scientific developments that enable enhancements to observing systems and ensuing services,.. Having broadly consulted.. with the communities involved in the production, distribution and use of ocean information,.. Informed by.. 99 Community White Papers, 47 Plenary Papers, and discussions captured in the Conference Summary,.. Call for significantly enhancing internationally-coordinated provision of sustained observation and information of the world ocean.. , as a part of the larger earth system observing effort, for public good and stewardship.. Core principles.. of participation in the sustained observing system include recognition that users require.. rapid access.. to all relevant data, free of charge.. An integrated system.. , making use of remotely sensed and in-situ observations.. is essential.. Observations are.. openly shared in near-real-time when technically feasible.. They are.. collected, analyzed, archived, and distributed to internationally agreed standards with agreed best practices.. Despite the profound importance of marine information to meet the needs of our societies, the.. resources.. necessary to observe, assess and forecast global marine conditions.. are.. fragile and insufficient.. A.. true global partnership with strong local benefits.. requires.. involvement of all stakeholders.. All nations must work together for.. mutual benefit.. , through educational programs and development of national capacity.. Many organizations are playing roles to sustain and develop the ocean observing system.. At the global level.. , the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO (IOC), the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), the UN Environment Program (UNEP) and the International Council for Science (ICSU) sponsor the Global Climate Observing System (GCOS), the Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) and the World Climate Research Program (WCRP), which have taken the lead in formulating the present plan for the sustained global ocean observing system.. The satellite agencies of the world also play a fundamental role in the integrated observing system, and the Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS) has helped coordinate a global response to needs.. Nations have been urged to act on this GCOS Implementation Plan by the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the Group on Earth Observations (GEO).. The WMO-IOC Joint Technical Commission for Oceanography and Marine Meteorology  ...   techniques and provide research results that will become a growing part of a global integrated ocean observing system.. At the regional and national level.. , meteorological agencies, oceanographic agencies, space agencies, fisheries agencies, research funding agencies, marine research institutions, ocean-related service providers, regional alliances, and the Large Marine Ecosystem (LME) program are all key contributors to a sustained ocean observing and information system.. The ocean observing system must be sustained and enhanced:.. BECAUSE.. systematic observation.. of the properties of the ocean.. and the information derived.. are changing what we know.. about the ocean.. and its implications for society.. BECAUSE the.. real-time flow of these observations.. underpin.. the development, production, and delivery of many.. ocean services.. and support.. coastal zone management.. BECAUSE global ocean information is critical to support.. forecasting of climate, weather and natural hazards.. from daily to centennial time scales,.. BECAUSE the development of.. an increasing range of ocean assessments and climate services.. for planning, early warning, adaptation and mitigation,.. depend upon availability of accurate observations and models.. of the world ocean,.. the ocean is an important sink of anthropogenic CO2,.. and.. ocean acidification.. potentially has significant impacts.. on marine ecosystems,.. sustainable management of marine living resources.. depends on timely and accurate.. monitoring of and information on biogeochemical cycles and ecosystem function,.. biodiversity.. is understood to be a.. key factor in ensuring sustainable ecosystem function,.. healthy.. coastal environments and their interactions with the open ocean are important to society,.. BECAUSE the oceans remain seriously undersampled, and.. no single nation can perform all necessary ocean observations.. In solidarity,.. the Conference.. :.. (1).. Calls on all nations and governments.. to.. fully implement.. by 2015.. the initial physical and carbon global ocean observing system.. originally envisioned at OceanObs 99, and refined at OceanObs'09.. (2).. commit.. to the implementation and international coordination of.. systematic global biogeochemical and biological observations.. , guided by the outcomes of OceanObs 09, and taking into account regional variations in ecosystems.. (3).. Invites governments and organizations.. to embrace a.. framework.. for planning and moving forward with an.. enhanced global sustained ocean observing system.. over the next decade,.. integrating.. new physical, biogeochemical, biological.. observations.. while.. sustaining present observations.. Recommendations on this Framework, considering how to best take advantage of existing structures, will be developed by an post-Conference.. working group.. of limited duration.. (4).. Urges the ocean observing community.. increase our efforts.. to achieve the needed level of.. timely data access, sensor readiness and standards, best practices, data management, uncertainty estimates, and integrated data set availability.. (5).. Asks governments, organizations, and the ocean observing community.. to increase their efforts in.. capacity-building and education.. This statement shall be cited as:.. Conference Statement in.. Proceedings of OceanObs 09: Sustained Ocean Observations and Information for Society (Vol.. 1),.. Venice, Italy, 21-25 September 2009, Hall, J.. , ESA Publication WPP-306, doi:10.. Statement..

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  • Title: OceanObs09 | innerpage
    Descriptive info: Conference Statement Brochure.. Download the.. pdf version of the brochure.. (4.. 4 MB).. light pdf version of the brochure.. (750 kB)..

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  • Title: OceanObs09 | Plenary Paper
    Descriptive info: SUMMARY.. Summary.. OceanObs'09 Conference Summary.. Ocean Information for Society: Sustaining the Benefits, Realizing the Potential.. Albert S.. Fischer.. (1).. , Julie Hall.. (2).. , D.. Harrison.. (3).. , Detlef Stammer.. (4).. , Jérôme Benveniste.. (5).. Download the Conference Summary.. The OceanObs'09 conference (21-25 September 2009, Venice, Italy) celebrated a decade of progress in implementing an initial ocean observing system focused on ocean physics and carbon, identified the scientific and societal benefits it has enabled, and looked forward to the coming decade.. The conference called for full implementation and sustaining of the planned physical and carbon observing system, and highlighted a wealth of opportunities to extend the system to include comprehensive integrated observations, data sharing, analysis and forecasting of the biogeochemical state of the ocean and the status of marine biodiversity and ecosystems.. The executive summary of the conference  ...   key opportunities and challenges for components of the ocean observing system identified by the conference participants through the Plenary Papers and Community White Papers.. 1.. OceanObs'09 Organizing Committee, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO, 1 rue Miollis, 75015 Paris, France.. 2.. OceanObs'09 co-chair, National Institute of Water Atmospheric Research (NIWA), Private Bag 14901, Kilbirnie Wellington, 6241, New Zealand.. 3.. OceanObs'09 co-chair, NOAA/PMEL, 7600 Sand Point Way, Seattle WA 98115, USA.. 4.. OceanObs'09 co-chair, Institut für Meereskunde, KlimaCampus, University of Hamburg, Bundesstr.. 53, 20146 Hamburg, Germany.. 5.. OceanObs'09 Organizing Committee, European Space Agency/ESRIN, Via Galileo Galilei, Frascati (Rome), I-00044, Italy.. Correspondence should be addressed to E-mail:.. a.. fischer@unesco.. org.. This paper shall be cited as:.. Fischer, A.. S.. , Hall, J.. E, Stammer, D.. and Benveniste, J.. (2010).. Conference Summary-Ocean Information for Society: Sustaining the Benefits, Realizing the Potential in..

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