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Quality Management System Essentials for NODCs and ADUs 2024
Onsite

QMF2024

Quality Management System Essentials for NODCs and ADUs 2024

Belgium
Training Center

This training workshop provides an introduction for NODCs and ADUs involved in the development, implementation and management of a Quality Management System which will assist in the adoption of comprehensive management practices and increased confidence in the quality of their data, products and services.

Culturing and microscopy techniques for the analysis of phytoplankton diversity 2023
Onsite

MicTechPhyto_2023

Culturing and microscopy techniques for the analysis of phytoplankton diversity 2023

Belgium
Training Center

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.

Training on Tsunami Community Preparedness
Onsite

TCP_2022

Training on Tsunami Community Preparedness

Indonesia
Training Center

The Tsunami Community Preparedness Training Course will be conducted in Semester II, 2022. It is a continuation of the previous training (online-Basic Tsunami Ready Training Course). This training course provides the knowledge and skill to test the community's response capability. The course design will be like a Training of Trainers (ToT). Course contents will cover presentation, discussion, and sharing experiences on a case study of tsunami-ready and practical sessions including a site visit to a tsunami-ready community in Indonesia.

Áreas Marinas Protegidas
Online

AMP2021SP

Áreas Marinas Protegidas

Colombia
Training Center

El curso brinda un contexto sobre las Áreas Marinas Protegidas - AMP a nivel global, su importancia, su situación para Latinoamérica y frente a amenazas como el cambio climático, en el marco del CDB, los objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible 13 y 14 y el Decenio de las ciencias oceánicas. Abarca los temas de bases conceptuales sobre áreas marinas protegidas, planeación, manejo, gobernanza, monitoreo y desarrollo de estrategias para el desarrollo de actividades sostenibles al interior de las AMP, adaptación al cambio climático, entre otros. Busca también una retroalimentación por parte de todos los estudiantes de acuerdo a sus experiencias y entrenamiento adquirido en temas de conservación y manejo, para promover el desarrollo de metodologías que orienten hacia el manejo efectivo de las AMP.

Culturing and microscopy techniques for the analysis of phytoplankton diversity
Onsite

MicTechPhyto_2021

Culturing and microscopy techniques for the analysis of phytoplankton diversity

Belgium
Training Center

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.

Áreas Marinas Protegidas 2020
Online

AMP2020CO

Áreas Marinas Protegidas 2020

Colombia
Training Center

El curso brinda un contexto sobre las Áreas Marinas Protegidas - AMP a nivel global, su importancia, su situación para Latinoamérica y frente a amenazas como el  cambio climático, en el marco de las metas Aichi y los objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible 13 y 14. Abarca los temas de bases conceptuales sobre áreas marinas protegidas, planeación, manejo, gobernanza, monitoreo y desarrollo de estrategias para el desarrollo de actividades sostenibles al interior de las AMP, adaptación al cambio climático, entre otros. Busca también una retroalimentación por parte de todos los estudiantes de acuerdo a sus experiencias y entrenamiento adquirido en temas de conservación y manejo, para promover el desarrollo de metodologías que orienten hacia el manejo efectivo de las AMP. Busca la apropiación y producción del conocimiento, así como el desarrollo de la capacidad crítica del estudiante orientada hacia el conocimiento sobre AMP que resuelva el tipo de preguntas porqué crear AMP? Cómo crearlas?, Cómo responder a metas nacionales e internacionales sobre AMP? factores de impacto y/o amenazas naturales y antrópicas y la efectiva gestión y adecuado manejo de las AMP.

Conduct of Marine Scientific Research (MSR) under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS)

MSR2019BE

Conduct of Marine Scientific Research (MSR) under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS)

Belgium
Training Center

Marine scientific research (MSR) plays a critical role in sustainable development as consistently recognized by the UN General Assembly in its annual resolutions on oceans and the law of the sea. Research, and the tools required to conduct it, are essential for the sustainable development of the oceans and the seas and their resources, including by supporting informed decisions on the conservation and sustainable use of the marine environment and its resources, and by helping to understand, predict and respond to natural disasters and climate change. Increased MSR through capacity--development strengthening the capacity of States, in particular Small Island Developing States (SIDS), to implement the relevant MSR provisions of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) as well as similar provisions in other instruments, is essential for increasing the MSR being conducted in the world’s oceans. This course will provide an overview of the legal, technical and scientific aspects of the MSR regime, particularly with respect to consent procedures, so as to reinforce the participants’ knowledge of the rights and obligations of coastal and researching States. It will also touch upon matters relating to the development and transfer of marine technology under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.

IMBRSEA Compass

IMBRSEA Compass2019

IMBRSEA Compass

IMBRSEA Compass

NF-POGO Centre of Excellence. Timescales of Element Cycling in the Ocean- Analytical, Experimental and (radio)Tracer Approaches
Onsite

NFPOGO-TSEC2021_Unit16

NF-POGO Centre of Excellence. Timescales of Element Cycling in the Ocean- Analytical, Experimental and (radio)Tracer Approaches

Unit on Timescales of Element Cycling in the Ocean-Analytical, Experimental and (radio) Tracer Approaches

NF-POGO Centre of Excellence. Introductory module
Onsite

NFPOGO-INTRO2021_Unit0

NF-POGO Centre of Excellence. Introductory module

To get familiar with each other and with the technical issues of the teaching tools. Get to know administrative issues, learn how to apply the folderscope and the VPN server, introduction to netiquette and good scientific practice. Get to know the hosting institutes, the Nippon Foundation and the POGO consortium


NF-POGO Centre of Excellence. Phytoplankton and Chemical Oceanography
Onsite

NFPOGO-CP2021_Phyto_ChemOce_Unit1

NF-POGO Centre of Excellence. Phytoplankton and Chemical Oceanography

Unit on chemical oceanography, nutrients and plankton.


NF-POGO Centre of Excellence. Ocean Data Management module
Blended

NFPOGO-ODM2022

NF-POGO Centre of Excellence. Ocean Data Management module

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 by the students at the end of the course.

Course/Module Dates: 28 March-8 April 2022