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Open position at SOCIB: Postdoc Scientist Ocean Modeler for FOCCUS Project

Call for Abstracts – 1st Stakeholder Meeting of CIPM-STG-CENV

Enhancing public impact: EuroGOOS survey on Ocean Literacy in ocean observing and forecasting

On 30 May, on the occasion of the European Maritime Day Conference, our Ocean Literacy Working Group is releasing a long-awaited survey on public engagement activities in oceanography.

From visualisation of ocean data, to developing teaching materials, sharing scientific knowledge, and citizen science – ocean observing and forecasting activities are fondamental and powerful resources to spread Ocean Literacy. Furthermore, by engaging society in their work, oceanographic research agencies augment the relevance of their publicly-funded activities, attract new talents, and bring in new generation. 

Access the EuroGOOS Ocean Literacy Survey now!

 

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Co-designing a pan-Arctic ocean observing alliance

New EuroGOOS data policy released in the Ocean Best Practices System

THALASSA 2024 Marine Sciences Conference (Register now)

Invitation to Contribute Articles (Frontiers in Ocean Observing)

EuroGOOS has been endorsed as an implementing partner of the UN Ocean Decade! 

EOOS Technology Forum 2024 at Oceanology International (Register your interest)

MakeEUBlue Awards 2024: Submit your initiative by 23 February

The EU4Ocean coalition is organising its third “MakeEUBlue” Awards competition that will honor significant achievements in ocean literacy in Europe. Supported by the European Commission, the awards aim to raise awareness about the seas’ importance and encourage ocean literacy initiatives with long-term value. The projects must be aligned with the EU4Ocean philosophy and mobilise organisations from the different communities of the Coalition. Applications are open until 23 February here

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