UN Decade Session Invite from GCOOS, Sept. 8, 2021
Developing Ocean Observing Products that Stakeholders Need — And Want
As part of the ongoing UN Ocean Decade, Ocean Obs19 is hosting a satellite session next week highlighting a three-step approach that developers can use to create tailored data products that will help inform decision making among coastal communities.

“A Predicted Ocean” Laboratory — Satellite Event — Engaging Stakeholders in Decade Programmes will take place from 1600-1930 UTC on Thursday, Sept. 16.

GCOOS’s Senior Advisor Dr. Barb Kirkpatrick will lead a breakout session and Research Specialist Bob Currier will lead a lightning talk on developing a glider dashboard for pilots and data users.

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GCOOS is the Gulf of Mexico regional component of the U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS) and the only certified system dedicated solely to the Gulf of Mexico. Our mission is to provide timely, reliable and accurate information on the open ocean and coastal ocean waters of the Gulf of Mexico to ensure a healthy, clean, productive ocean and resilient coastal zone.
Dr. Jorge Brenner, Executive Director • Dr. Barbara Kirkpatrick, Senior Advisor • Bill Lingsch, U.S. Glider User Group Coordinator • Dr. Chris Simoniello, Outreach & Education Coordinator • Felimon Gayanilo, DMAC Co-Manager & Systems Architect • Dr. Shinichi Kobara, Assistant Research Scientist, Product Developer •  Bob Currier, DMAC Co-Manager, Research Specialist & Product Developer • Marion Stoessel, Senior Research Associate • Jennifer Vreeland-Dawson, Research Associate • Grant Craig, Program Coordinator • Nadine Slimak, Public Relations & Content Marketing, Vetted Communications, LLC • Dr. Chuan-Yuan Hsu, Post-Doctoral Research Associate • Laura Caldwell, Program Assistant
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