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Oceanografia Observacional e recursos online para análise de ecossistemas marinhos

Category: 2022

O curso visa uma introdução à oceanografia observacional e a sua
importância para a monitorização costeira e do oceano. Os participantes
aprenderão onde encontrar dados oceanográficos in situ e de observação
remota em bases de dados livres online, assim como explorar a utilização
de programas computacionais gratuitos para análise de dados
oceanográficos.



Datas do curso: 9 Maio - 10 Junho 2022

Mais informações sobre o curso e como submeter uma candidatura em https://oceanexpert.org/event/3538

Candidaturas até 24 de Abril 2022


  • Course Editor / Instructor: Lilian Krug

NF-POGO Centre of Excellence. OPENMODS

Category: 2022
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Eva-Maria Brodte
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Baerbel Wichmann

NF-POGO Centre of Excellence. GIS

Category: 2022
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Eva-Maria Brodte
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Baerbel Wichmann

NF-POGO Centre of Excellence. The Big Picture

Category: 2022
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Eva-Maria Brodte
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Baerbel Wichmann

NF-POGO Centre of Excellence. Ocean Data Management module

Category: 2022
This 2 week-long module on Ocean Data Management is part of the Nippon Foundation-POGO Centre of Excellence (NF-POGO CofE) and hosted by AWI (cohort 2022). This module is part of an intensive training course for young professionals at the post-graduate level, ten months in duration, with an intake of ten trainees per year. The course is sponsored by the Nippon Foundation and hosted by the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research. This module provides a comprehensive introduction to a wide variety of earth science datasets, formats and analysis software. Students will learn and practice methods using a common ocean area, and they are expected to create a personal project of data products for a marine region of their own choosing. Personal projects are presented…
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Lilian Krug
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Greg Reed

NF-POGO Centre of Excellence. Introductory Module

Category: 2022
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Eva-Maria Brodte
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Baerbel Wichmann

Ocean Data Management

Category: 2022
Language: English
RTC/STC: RTC-Belgium
Mode of Delivery: Online
Topic: IODE
Ocean Data Management (Self-Paced). This course will take place online between 28 March - 6 May 2022 (call for applications closed 26 February 2022).
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Claudia Delgado
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Cheikh Ould Moulaye
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Leen Vandepitte

Ocean Best Practices

Category: 2022

This course is an introduction to the Ocean Best Practices System. A
best practice is a methodology that has repeatedly produced superior
results relative to other methodologies with the same objective; to be
fully elevated to a best practice, a promising method should be adopted
and employed by multiple organizations.This short course provides an
overview of the importance and relevance of using and sharing Ocean Best
Practices and Standards, as well as on how to create, submit, share and
search for Best Practices in the Ocean Best Practices System (OBPS)
repository. This course is intended for University students, researchers
and ocean practitioners in general. It does not provide a certificate.


  • Course Editor / Instructor: Claudia Delgado
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Ana Lara Lopez
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Pauline Simpson
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Rebecca Zitoun

Ocean Acidification

Category: 2022
This is an introduction to ocean
acidification. The course structure may
in future be adapted to prepare participants for hands on training courses in
ocean acidification measurements. The course is structured into several
Chapters, each with modules covering specific topics.
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Katherina Schoo

Tsunami Awareness

Category: 2022

Tsunamis are low frequency natural hazards but high impact events that may cause loss of lives and assets.This online course provides a review of basic tsunami science to provide a basic understanding of tsunami phenomenon, tsunami hazard and tsunami risk, the tsunami warning processes and products, tsunami preparedness for coastal communities, and the TsunamiReady concept and guidelines for its implementation.
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Bernardo Aliaga Rossel
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Claudia Delgado
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Tammy Fukuji
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Laura Kong

World Register of Marine Species (for editors)

Category: 2022
The overall objective is to familiarize Aphia/WoRMS editors with the functionalities of the online editing platform, and the guidelines on how to enter specific information into the database. Aphia/WoRMS editors will gain (a better) understanding of WoRMS and the Aphia platform and will be able to add and adjust taxa, attributes, distributions, etc through the online editing interface of the WoRMS website. Attendance by invitation only.
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Wim Decock
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Stefanie Dekeyzer
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Leen Vandepitte

Culturing and microscopy techniques for the analysis of phytoplankton diversity

Category: 2021
Phytoplankton comprises a range of very different organism from tiny and almost featureless picoplankton taxa to large diatoms and dinoflagellates nearing 1 mm in diameter. They essentially form the base of the food web and therefore a detailed knowledge of this diverse group of organisms is vital for developing an understanding of marine communities and their interactions with their environment and with each other. Unfortunately, the diversity of methods available for the quantitative and qualitative analysis is almost as diverse as the phytoplankton itself. This course will take you through the most important methodologies for quantitative and qualitative (non-molecular) biodiversity assessments of phytoplankton.
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Alex Kraberg

Discovery and Use of Operational Ocean Data Products and Services

Category: 2021
This course will demonstrate the data resources available from operational services of INCOIS. The focus will be on operational activities, various data and data products, outputs from INCOIS services, how to download them and use software to visualize. It will be a mix of practical and theoretical.

The course is aimed to provide an introduction to operational oceanography, discovery and use of operational ocean data products and services, hands on for visualizing the in situ, remote sensing and model derived data products.
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Udaya Bhaskar TVS

Educating about the Ocean: Waves of change

Category: 2021
We all depend on the ocean, yet Ocean Literacy needs to be further enhanced worldwide. Formal and non-formal educators are key to advance ocean sustainability. Ocean Literacy (OL) is ‘the understanding of human influence on the ocean and the ocean’s influence on people’. It is not only about increasing awareness on the state of the ocean, but it is also about providing tools and approaches to transform ocean knowledge into actions that promote ocean sustainability. This course will provide a general overview of the importance of the ocean, the challenges it faces, and ways forward for sustainability. It will introduce the concept of Ocean Literacy, describe its basic principles, tools and approaches, and provide understanding on how educators can incorporate Ocean Literacy in their …
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Kerstin Forsberg
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Ana Vitória Magalhães
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Francesca Santoro

Educating about the Ocean: Waves of change (Self Paced)

Category: 2021
We all depend on the ocean, yet Ocean Literacy needs to be further enhanced worldwide. Formal and non-formal educators are key to advance ocean sustainability. Ocean Literacy (OL) is ‘the understanding of human influence on the ocean and the ocean’s influence on people’. It is not only about increasing awareness on the state of the ocean, but it is also about providing tools and approaches to transform ocean knowledge into actions that promote ocean sustainability. This course provides a general overview of the importance of the ocean, the challenges it faces, and ways forward for sustainability. It introduces the concept of Ocean Literacy, describing its basic principles, tools and approaches, and provides an understanding on how educators can incorporate Ocean Literacy in their wo…
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Ana Vitória Magalhães
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Tecla Maggioni
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Fiona Middleton
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Francesca Santoro

Fundamentals of Ocean Floor Mapping

Category: 2021
The course provides an overview of the ocean's seafloor, its features,
properties and tools used to describe the seafloor. The course shall
contribute to the goals of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for
Sustainable Development, specifically the three societal outcomes that
are critical in ocean mapping: a) a healthy and resilient ocean b; a
predicted ocean and c) a transparent and accessible ocean.
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Harrison Ong'anda

HAB International Phytoplankton Intercalibration

Category: 2021

HAB International Phytoplankton Intercalibration (IPI) proficiency testing scheme for all relevant laboratories globally.
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Jacob Larsen
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Rafael Salas

Identification of Marine Harmful Algal Bloom Species

Category: 2021
IOC Training Course on Identification of Harmful Marine Microalgae.
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Henrik Enevoldsen
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Jacob Larsen

Implementing an Operational Ocean Monitoring and Forecasting System (OOFS)

Category: 2021
Implementing an operational ocean monitoring and forecasting system is guided by multiple scientific, technical and outreach choices. This course will provide examples of these choices through an overview of the products from an operational oceanography and forecasting systems (via the Copernicus Marine Service portfolio) and a demonstration on graphical user interfaces and command line interfaces to visualize these data. Practical sessions will be proposed on Assimilation Validation and Downscaling.
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Xavier ANDRE
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Stefania Ciliberti
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Romain Escudier
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Rita Lecci
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Fabrice Messal
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Alejandro Rojas Aldana
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Fiona Schmid
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Denis Seng
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Francesco Trotta
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Romane Zufic

Implementing the Ocean Data and Information System (ODIS) architecture

Category: 2021
The International Oceanographic Data Exchange (IODE) of IOC-UNESCO - together with regional partners across the globe - is developing an inclusive Ocean Data and Information System (ODIS) to allow digital stakeholders to reliably share and discover key ocean data. ODIS is built by its participants: anyone with data to share can become a node in the ODIS network. During this course, participants will be trained in how to link their systems into ODIS and to make them a more visible and actionable part of the ocean’s digital ecosystem. This course is available to ODIS partners only.
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Johanna Diwa
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Arno Lambert
  • Course Editor / Instructor: Lucy Scott