Sustaining Ocean Observations Phase 2: Workshop September 16-18, 2020

There is wide recognition within the ocean observing community that enhanced coordination and partnership among federal agencies, academic and research institutions, private industry, and other sectors could contribute to a stronger collective impact.

This upcoming workshop will bring together this diverse groups of stakeholders of ocean observing. The goal of the workshop is to explore partnership and organizational models to foster efficiency, continuity, and quality of the most critical ocean observations to support the broad spectrum of applications and users, both now and in the future.

An outline of the workshop topics can be found on the registration page. The full agenda is coming soon to the registration page and the project website.
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Phase 1 Report CoverThis workshop activity is a follow up to a 2017 National Academies report (Phase 1), Sustaining Ocean Observations to Understand Future Changes in Earth’s Climate, which described the value of the global ocean observing system and identified current challenges in sustaining ocean observations in the long term.

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