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    • IOC criteria and guidelines on the transfer of marine technology. 

      Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (UNESCO, Paris, France, 2005)
      The criteria and guidelines aim at applying the provisions of Part XIV (Development and transfer of marine technology) of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), providing a critical tool to promote ...
    • A Framework for Ocean Observing. 

      Task Team for an Integrated Framework for Sustained Ocean Observing (Unesco, Paris, France, 2012)
      The ocean is critical to the earth’s global systems, regulating weather and climate, the concentration of gases in the atmosphere, the cycling of nutrients, and providing important food resources. As ocean scientists ...
    • Solutions for managing cyanobacterial blooms: A scientific summary for policy makers. 

      Burford, M.A.; Gobler, C.J.; Hamilton, D.P.; Visser, P.M.; Lurling, M.; Codd, G.A. (UNESCO-IOC, Paris, France, 2019)
      Algae grow wherever there is water; in oceans, freshwater lakes, rivers, streams and pools. They underpin aquatic food webs, providing nutrition for animals in the system, and along with microbes, are responsible for ...
    • Multiple Ocean Stressors: A Scientific Summary for Policy Makers 

      Beusen, Arthur; Boyd, Philip W.; Breitburg, Denise; Comeau, Steve; Dupont, Sam; Hansen, Per Juel; Isensee, Kirsten; Kudela, Raphael M.; Lundholm, Nina; Otto, Saskia; Schwing, Franklin; Tilbrook, Bronte (UNESCO-IOC, Paris, France, 2022)
      The ocean is under cumulative stress from a range of pressures at various scales – local, regional and global. This publication attempts to provide a conceptual overview of multiple ocean stressors, their controls, and ...