Value chains in public marine data: A UK case study. A joint OECD Working Paper in collaboration with the UK Marine Environmental Data and Information Network (MEDIN) and the Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) in the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO.
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Marine data play a crucial role for many scientific disciplines, as well as for very diverse operational services such as fisheries management, environmental planning, marine conservation, weather forecasting, or port management. The information derived from marine data is also increasingly finding its way into a wide and varied range of public policy arenas and private industries. Collecting, distributing and archiving public marine data provide benefits to society at large, however as with all public investments, assessments are needed to provide evidence to decision makers. Based on an original survey of UK marine data users, this paper explores pathways through which marine data are used and transformed into actionable information, creating systematised value chains for the first time. The analysis unveils trends in current marine data uses in the UK and key benefits of data uses. The paper lays the foundations for further OECD work with the marine data community......
Series;NrOECD Science, Technology and Industry Working Papers;2021/11
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.a
CitationJolly, C., Jolliffe,J., Postlethwaite,C. and Heslop, E. (2021) Value chains in public marine data: A UK case study. Paris, France, OECD Publishing, 72pp. DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.1787/d8bbdcfa-en
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