The session titled ‘
Unlock the potential of marine knowledge by making easier and less costly the access to real-time and archived data’ offered a good opportunity to discuss the different points of view on data needed to support the worldwide efforts for achieving a good environmental status for the marine waters.
Some presentations from the speakers are available at the following links:
-EGU Splinter Presntation
-EMODnet (Presentation by Patrick Gorringe - EuroGOOS - on behalf of Jan-Bart Calewaert)
-Mediterranean CheckPoint (Nadia Pinardi - University Bologna, INGV, Italy)
-North Sea CheckPoint (Keiran Millard - HRWALLINGFORD, UK)
-EMODnet Physics (Patrick Gorringe - EuroGOOS)
-California Coastal Ocean Observing System (Yi Chao - UCLA, US)
-The Balearic Islands Coastal Ocean Observing System (Charles Troupin - SOCIB, Spain)
-Global scale rate real-time monitoring of Ocean noise: the LIDO experience (Michel André- UCP Spain)
In addition the summary of the main topics discussed is also available here.