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Oceans of Impact

The ocean has been experiencing substantial changes in marine physics, chemistry and biology including ocean acidification, rising seawater temperature, ocean deoxygenation and sea level rise. These four, often interacting factors, are expected to increase over the coming decades depending on the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. It is imperative that international decision-makers and stakeholders understand the enormous role the ocean plays in sustaining life on Earth, and the consequences of a high CO2 world for the ocean and society.

 

Monitoring Ocean Change in the 21st Century

Published in EOS Earth & Science News, 8 Sept 2017

 

Time series data sets, which contain measurements repeated over a span of decades, yield important insights into our oceans’ vital signs.

 

For full article visit: https://eos.org/features/monitoring-ocean-change-in-the-21st-century 

 

Invitation to participate in a South African research cruise onboard SA Agulhas II under the IIOE-2 programme

In 2014, the IOC of UNESCO adopted a resolution in support of the Second International Indian Ocean Expedition (IIOE-2), to run from 2015 to 2020. South Africa, being one of the countries affiliated to the IOC will be participating in the IIOE-2 through various activities. These activities were endorsed by the South African Cabinet in August 2017.

SCOR/IODE/POGO Side Event at UN Ocean Conference, Friday 9 June 2017

At the UN Ocean Conference taking place this week, SCOR will be hosting a side event, in collaboration with POGO and IODE, entitled, "Harnessing the Resources of International Ocean Science Organizations to Develop Capacity for Ocean Science in SIDS, LDCS and other Developing Countries"

 

The side event will be taking place:

 

on FRIDAY, 9 JUNE 2017

at 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

location: CONFERENCE ROOM B, UNHQ

 

POGO-PML AMT Fellowship 2017 - open for applications

POGO is pleased to announce that in partnership with Plymouth Marine Laboratory, it is offering a POGO-PML Visiting Fellowship for training on-board an Atlantic Meridional Transect (AMT) cruise in 2017. Previously this has proved to be a very successful training programme providing hands-on, sea-going experience to young scientists from developing countries, and the opportunity to be involved in an internationally renowned scientific programme.

 

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