GOOS-POGO-IMAS/Macroalgae

Planning the implementation of a global long-term observing and data sharing strategy for macroalgal communities

23 – 25 September 2018, Hobart, Australia

Location

University of Tasmania, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
Private Bag 129

Hobart TAS 7001
Australia

Organisers and Staff

Organisers
Dr. Patricia Miloslavich
Dr. Nic Bax
Prof. Lisandro Benedetti-Cecchi
Prof. Craig Johnson

Report Documents

Code Title
GOOS Report #231 Planning the implementation of a global long-term observing and data sharing strategy for macroalgal communities

Event Documents

Code Title
11. Remote sensing and marine acoustics
13. Genetic tools
14b. Data management infrastructure
Satellite Imagery Applications for Macrophytes/Macroalgae Monitoring and Mapping
Contribution from Germany
Data -The Ocean Biogeographic Information System (OBIS)
Monitoring in Europe
South Africa and West Indian Ocean
RLS-Tracking shallow reef biodiversity globally
Tidal flats
Essential ocean variables for global sustained observations of biodiversity and ecosystem changes
01. KEEN network
03. MarClim (UK)
06. North American efforts
07. Chile and South America
04. Monitoring in the Mediterranean
09. Australia Neveille Barrett
9b. Monitroing macoralgae in the Great Barrier Reef
10. Australia - IMOS

Background Documents

Code Title
AGENDA - MACROALGAL WORKSHOP
Macroalgae WG proposal to POGO

Other Documents

Code Title
Logistics - GOOS-POGO-IMAS Macroalgae workshop
Outline for presentations - updated
Essential ocean variables for global sustained observations of biodiversity and ecosystem changes
GOOS Macroalgal EOV Specification Sheet
Global patterns of kelp forest change over the past half century

Participant Stats:

Staff and organisers 4
Confirmed 24
Not Confirmed 0
Not-participating 0
Total 28
Groups: GOOS, GOOS Biology & Ecosystems Panel, IOC, IODE, OBIS
Created at 08:15 on 23 August 2018 by Mr. Ward Appeltans
Last Updated at 16:52 on 13 November 2018 by Dr. Patricia Miloslavich
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