UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS

Check out the upcoming community events and workshops related to OceanObs’19!

UPCOMING EVENTS

EVENT: “A Predicted Ocean” Laboratory – Satellite Event — Engaging Stakeholders in Decade Programmes

  • This Satellite Activity is an opportunity for all of the observing-related Programme leads, members, and community stakeholders to realize the vision of a future where all interested and informed participants have access to the tools and expertise necessary to rapidly analyze and synthesize data and data products that integrate data from multiple sources to enable A Predicted Ocean. This activity will utilize a three-step approach to inform participants on how to  develop effective tailored data products for the Decade as Programmes mature. This is based on the paper by Iwamoto et al. (2019) presented at OceanObs’19 with examples of how this has already worked effectively in the ocean observing community.  The three steps are: (1) tailor stakeholder engagement to identify specific user needs; (2) design and refine data products to meet specific requirements and styles of interaction; and (3) iterate engagement with users to ensure data products remain relevant. 

  • September 16 2021 | 1600-1930 UTC (Check Local Time)

PAST EVENTS

EVENT: Ocean Obs Research Coordination Network (RCN) Annual Meeting

  • The Ocean Obs Research Coordination Network (RCN) was hosted as an OceanObs’19 Conference follow-up meeting on February 16, 2020, in San Diego, CA, immediately preceding the AGU/TOS Ocean Sciences Meeting (https://www2.agu.org/ocean-sciences-meeting/).

    The Ocean Obs RCN annual meeting on 16 February 2020 was dedicated to the synthesis of threads and recommendations emerging from the OceanObs’19 Conference. Of particular interest will be focusing the community on identifying priorities and implementation of initiatives emerging from OceanObs’19. The meeting advanced links between observation networks and operational users to facilitate the delivery of critical information to stakeholders, and to address critical policy issues that require multidisciplinary ocean observing systems. Part of the Ocean Obs RCN meeting explored strategies to link networks.

  • February 16, 2020 | 0830 AM-1730 PM
  • Hilton San Diego Bayfront, One Park Boulevard, San Diego, CA 92101

EVENT: Ocean Partnerships for Sustained Observing: Moving Beyond the Frameworks

  • Led by the organizations that coordinated OceanObs’19 in September, 2019, this session at Ocean Sciences Meeting 2020 engaged speakers and the audience in a discussion about how to sustain ocean observing through reliable funding, advocacy, and decision-support from myriad partner organizations and end-users. OceanObs’19 resulted in clear short-, mid-, and long-term strategic frameworks to improve the governance of a Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) that serves science and societal needs. In this session, we focused specifically on those recommendations that promote growth between observer-user interactions and sustainability of global ocean observing capacity as we prepare for the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development. Participants had the opportunity to shape the model of interactions between independent groups, communities, and networks to ensure robust, ongoing collaboration between all stakeholders. This Town Hall targeted the broader ocean science community of nonprofits, philanthropic organizations, academia, government agencies, and the commercial sector. Ultimately, we will use the dialogue with participants to develop a formula for multi-stakeholder interaction that will be deployed regionally, nationally, and globally to enable sustained collaboration between users and observers to optimize ocean science funding for enhanced ocean observation capabilities.

  • February 18, 2020 | 1245 PM-1345 PM
  • San Diego Convention Center: SDCC – 4, UL