Ocean Integration: The Needs and Challenges of Effective Coordination Within the Ocean Observing System.
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Le Traon, P.Y.
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Understanding and sustainably managing complex environments such as marine ecosystems benefits from an integrated approach to ensure that information about all relevant components and their interactions at multiple and nested spatiotemporal scales are considered. This information is based on a wide range of ocean observations using different systems and approaches. An integrated approach thus requires effective collaboration between areas of expertise in order to improve coordination at each step of the ocean observing value chain, from the design and deployment of multiplatform observations to their analysis and the delivery of products, sometimes through data assimilation in numerical models. Despite significant advances over the last two decades in more cooperation across the ocean observing activities, this integrated approach has not yet been fully realized. The ocean observing system still suffers from organizational silos due to independent and often disconnected initi.....
JournalFrontiers in Marine Science
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.a
Essential Ocean Variables (EOV)N/A
CitationRévelard, A., Tintoré, J., Verron, J., Bahurel, P., Barth, J.A., et al (2022) Ocean Integration: The Needs and Challenges of Effective Coordination Within the Ocean Observing System. Frontiers i Marine Science, 8:737671, 15pp, DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2021.737671
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