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MyOcean scientists took part in this valuable COST initiative in particular for "Ocean reanalysis" cross-fertilization last 2-4 March 2015 in Liège, Belgium.
Participate to the next edition of the Ramon Margalef Summer Colloquia, to be carried out from 6th to 10th July 2015 in the Marine Sciences Institute in Barcelona (Spain).
The topic this year is : “Patterns and processes in boundary marine ecosystems”. The colloquia will include theoretical and practical activities, all within this central topic, as well as group discussion sessions.
The Colloquia, addressed to advanced doctoral students and recent PhDs, is jointly organized by the Institute of Marine Sciences (http://www.icm.csic.es/) and the Catalan Association of Oceanographers (http://www.acoio.org) with the institutional support of the Government of Catalonia.
Here, you can see a short video of the last edition with opinions from the lecturers and students:
MyOcean Follow-On is the third and last milestone before the deployement of the future Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service in the course of 2015.
Understanding elements and methods underpinning the MyOcean data & products for the Global Ocean and Arctic Ocean.
19th - 20th March, NERSC, Bergen, Norway
NERSC is hosting a MyOcean-Follow-on training workshop covering operational oceanography data & products covering the Global Ocean and Arctic Ocean.