10th EuroGOOS International Conference - 'European operational oceanography for the ocean we want – addressing the UN Ocean Decade Challenges'

Galway, Ireland
Location: Galway, Ireland
Start: Tuesday October 3rd, 2023
End: Thursday October 5th, 2023

The ‘10th EuroGOOS International Conference’ entitled ‘European operational oceanography for the ocean we want – addressing the UN Ocean Decade Challenges’ will take place in Galway, Ireland between 3rd - 5th October 2023.

Following the success of previous EuroGOOS International Conferences, a wide range of experts will attend, including marine scientists, research managers, technologists, users of oceanographic services, decision and policymakers, the private sector, and citizens.

This conference will focus on international partner and stakeholder discussions related to operational oceanography in the context of sustainability. This will be addressed through discussions, best practices, and networking opportunities with the aim of organising a response to international and societal ocean obstacles.

Agenda Topics

  • Analysing the state of the art and defining emerging priorities in operational oceanography
  • Advancing the European Ocean Observing System Framework for the sustainability of in situ observations and European integration
  • Towards a seamless forecasting of the ocean
  • Strengthening the responsiveness of European operational oceanography to policy and governance needs
  • Fostering engagement of all users and stakeholders to co-design the European operational oceanography
  • Promoting diversity, equity and inclusivity in oceanography and ocean science
  • Integrating European operational oceanography into the global context

Registration and call for abstracts will open in January 2023.

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