Evolving and Sustaining Ocean Best Practices Workshop II, 04– 06 December 2018, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, Paris, France: Proceedings.
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It is important to appreciate that ocean observing is more than just taking observations at sea. Only by considering a need for observing and by making sure that information (including observations) can be merged into a product/outcome is the ocean observing complete and meaningful. The new paradigms of the information age - onboard processors, large memories, artificial intelligence, access to the internet and ubiquitous cloud resources opened significant opportunities to access and use best practices. There have been many documents on the positive impacts of best practices. The discussion and report here will focus on what is being done and what should be done in the future. The first Ocean Best Practice Workshop (OBP Workshop I), IOC Paris, November 2017, brought together a community of experts from International agencies, Programs, Projects and other Organizations who participated in presentations and panel discussions and contributed significant recommendations for the implement.....
PublisherUNESCO/IOC/IODE for the AtlantOS/ODIP/OORCN Ocean Best Practices Working Group
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CitationSimpson, P.; Pearlman, F. and Pearlman J. (eds) (2019) Evolving and Sustaining Ocean Best Practices Workshop II, 04– 06 December 2018, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, Paris, France: Proceedings. Oostende, Belgium, UNESCO/IOC/IODE for the AtlantOS/ODIP/OORCN Ocean Best Practices Working Group, 35pp. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-436
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