Sustainable use of Marine Resources
Courses tagged with "Sustainable use of Marine Resources"
HAB course for the Pacific Islands
HAB course for South Africa and Namibia
Fishing vessel traffic data derived from Automatic Identification System (AIS) has become an essential component for building fisheries intelligence. Enforce and related fisheries management strategies rely on such information to curb illegal fishing, plan and implement policies for the sustainability of marine living resources.
Fisheries managers and enforcers require specialized skills to processes the large volume of positional, navigational and voyage related information embedded in AIS data. Open-source programming software such as Python has lots of third-party modules for building packages and functions. This makes Python an asset for the creation of customized data processing, analyses and visualization to support in making informed decisions in the management of natural resources.
This training course will provide participants an understanding of the movement of fishing vessels and skills in processing AIS data.
Curso-Taller REDCAM 2021: Estandarización de las mediciones analíticas requeridas para la estimación del Índice de Calidad de Aguas Marinas y Costeras – ICAM
Publicación y gestión de datos de biodiversidad marina (The Ocean Biodiversity Information System - OBIS)
This course offers an introduction to the diversity, taxonomy and biogeography of the seaweeds of the Tropical East Pacific (Ecuador), in the framework of the project Seaweed-based innovations for a resilient aquaculture and agriculture (SIRENA funded by VLIR-UOS).
Unit on Marine Spatial Planning