Animal Borne Ocean Sensors – AniBOS: introducing a new Global Ocean Observing System network, online (webinar)

Equipping marine animals with biological and physical sensors is a long-established approach for studying their behaviour, their ecology and their environment, and has been producing rich data streams for several decades. A new GOOS network, the Animal Borne Ocean Sensors (AniBOS), aims to coordinate the collection and deliver of marine data into the broader observing …

Animal Borne Ocean Sensors – AniBOS: introducing a new Global Ocean Observing System network, online (webinar) Read More »

Working towards a global plastic pollution treaty: Process and possibilities, online (webinar)

Presented by: Trisia Farrelly of Massey University Over 140 countries have now declared support for a global agreement to combat marine litter and microplastics. There are numerous processes underway to build momentum towards an ambitious global plastics agreement at United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) 5.2 in February 2022. This webinar will discuss why a growing …

Working towards a global plastic pollution treaty: Process and possibilities, online (webinar) Read More »

CoastGIS 2021, Novia University of Applied Sciences in Raseborg, South Coast of Finland (online)

Raseborg, South Coast of Finland Raseborg

CoastGIS 2021 will be the 14th international Coastal GIS Symposium for an international exchange of knowledge, ideas and experience on  how spatial data and information technologies aid marine and coastal zone managers and stakeholders in better understanding and managing coastal space and resources. The symposium theme "Sustainable Coastal Planning in a Changing World" refers to …

CoastGIS 2021, Novia University of Applied Sciences in Raseborg, South Coast of Finland (online) Read More »