Ocean Decade Data & Information Strategy.
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Taco, de Bruin
Buttigieg, Pier Luigi
Ulverud, Gry Hoeg
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The United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (the ‘Ocean Decade’) seeks to transform humanity’s relationship with the ocean, applying the full range of ocean science and knowledge to diagnose problems and generate solutions. This encompasses a wide array of data, information, and technology, including natural and social sciences, local and Indigenous knowledge, global sensor networks, community-driven research programs and citizen science. While we are making progress with incremental improvements, we need to drive a step change in our digital capabilities; and the Ocean Decade is the transformational opportunity. Through the Ocean Decade, and through this strategy, we have a unique opportunity to transform the way ocean data and information are produced, shared, managed and used globally and equitably. With the rapid development of new sensors, autonomous platforms and diverse techniques to measure and monitor the ocean, the number of data sources i.....
Series;NrOcean Decade Series;45
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.a
CitationUNESCO-IOC (2023) Ocean Decade Data & Information Strategy. Paris, France, UNESCO, 31pp. (The Ocean Decade Series, 45). DOI: https://doi.org/10.25607/OBP-1912
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