- Survey on data management and the implementation of recommendations https://eurogoos.eu/data-management-exchange-quality-working-group-data-meq
This survey inquires about the knowledge of FAIR data (findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable) and the existing barriers to share marine data within the EuroGOOS community. The survey results will help to evaluate the status of data sharing in Europe and contribute to the EuroGOOS activities across its regional systems (ROOS), task teams, and working groups. The survey consists on two sections: one for in situ data providers and one for in situ data users. All answers will be anonymised for the analysis. The survey takes about 7 minutes.Participate in the EuroGOOS DATA survey: here
- Survey on biological ocean observing systems
This survey is to understand the current and potential future capability in biological ocean observation within the EuroGOOS community. It will provide insights about what is currently available, the challenges, and current and future requirements of the community in this field. The results will be used by the EuroGOOS BIOWG. All answers will be anonymised for the analysis. The survey takes about 7 minutes.Participate in the EuroGOOS DATA survey: here
Short outline: EMODnet is increasingly expanding and diversifying its collaborations and partnerships with data providers and users. There are already some tangible examples of where EMODnet cooperates with citizen science projects e.g. EMODnet Physics and EMODnet Chemistry. This workshop will explore these existing collaborations, hear from invited experts about wider citizen science initiatives and discuss how EMODnet in its next phase can more systematically link with citizen science to not only expand the data provision from citizen science, but also find ways to encourage citizen science to work closer with EMODnet across the full value chain.
- EC DG MARE intervention on EMODnet next phase
- Setting the Scene: Presentation to set the scene on the interaction between EMODnet and marine citizen science in Europe.
- Case studies of Citizen Science for EMODnet: Four case studies from citizen science communities across the value chain.
- Panel Discussion: Panel and plenary discussions on three topics covering the technical challenges for citizen science data and upgrading knowledge of citizen science within the EMODnet platform.
- EMODnet contributors (data collection and ocean observation, data providers, data management initiatives and infrastructures, etc.);
- EMODnet for users (use cases of EMODnet data and data products by policy, research, industry, civil society, other);
- EMODnet for innovation (development of added value products and applications using EMODnet data and data products);
- EMODnet partnerships (collaboration with other services and stakeholders, and contribution to EU and global initiatives).
- Pre-registration to the conference: From 4 March 2021
- Deadline abstract submission: 6 April 2021
- Notification on abstract acceptance: By the 19 April 2021
- Deadline to submit your e-poster and 1-minute pitch video (once your abstract is approved): 1 June 2021
- EMODnet Open Conference 2021: 14-16 June 2021
The organizing committee is pleased to inform you that registration is open:https://tinyurl.com/regFB-HFRwkp
Please register before 8 March 2021.
Organizing committee also invites to submit abstracts for presentations:
-Use this link https://tinyurl.com/FBx-pres to submit your title for the FerryBox workshop before 18 Feb 2021.-Use this link https://tinyurl.com/HFR-pres to submit your title for the HFRworkshop before 18 Feb 2021.