year2023

Courses tagged with "year::2023"

Áreas Marinas Protegidas 2023
Online

AMP2023ES

Áreas Marinas Protegidas 2023

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, Marco de Biodiversidad Post 2020, 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 con 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.

Blue-Cloud 2026
Online

Blue_Cloud_2023

Blue-Cloud 2026

Belgium
Training Center

Blue-Cloud 2026 aims at a further evolution of this pilot ecosystem into a Federated European Ecosystem to deliver FAIR & Open data and analytical services, instrumental for deepening research of oceans, EU seas, coastal & inland waters. It develops a thematic marine extension to EOSC for open web-based science, serving the needs of the EU Blue Economy, Marine Environment and Marine Knowledge agendas.

Cambio Climático: Carbono Azul y adaptación basada en ecosistemas marinos y costero 2023
Online

CC2023ES

Cambio Climático: Carbono Azul y adaptación basada en ecosistemas marinos y costero 2023

Colombia
Training Center

El curso busca sentar las bases respecto a los conceptos y prácticas relacionadas con carbono azul (mitigación – captura de CO2) y adaptación en ecosistemas marinos y costeros, en el marco de la convención de cambio climático, el plan estratégico Ramsar 2016 – 2024 y los objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible 13 y 14. Busca también una retroalimentación e intercambio de experiencias por parte de todos los participantes de acuerdo a sus conocimientos y lecciones aprendidas en temas de conservación y manejo de ecosistemas marinos y costero o planificación de usos en el territorio.

From data to data publication for scientific research
Onsite

DATAPUB2023

From data to data publication for scientific research

Kenya
Training Center

The training course aims to exchange expertise on data management and publication and strengthen bilateral cooperation between KMFRI and VLIZ. The research data cycle will be addressed from start to end, followed by a hands-on session on how to make your data FAIR and prepare them for publication

Determinación del Límite Exterior de la Plataforma Continental (2023)
Online

DLEPC2023ES

Determinación del Límite Exterior de la Plataforma Continental (2023)

Argentina
Training Center

Curso teórico-práctico en línea que aborda los aspectos científicos, técnicos y jurídicos necesarios para determinar el límite exterior de la plataforma continental.

El objetivo del curso es proveer los conocimientos necesarios para proceder al establecimiento del límite exterior de la plataforma continental de acuerdo al artículo 76 de la Convención de Naciones Unidas sobre el Derecho del Mar (CONVEMAR) y la elaboración de la presentación ante la Comisión de Límites de la Plataforma Continental (CLPC).  Se analizarán los aspectos jurídicos, científicos y técnicos involucrados. Se transmitirá la experiencia de la Argentina, tanto en el proceso de preparación como en la etapa de análisis de la presentación por parte de la CLPC. 

Más información incluso como postular-se en https://oceanexpert.org/event/3537


El Niño: Definiciones e Impactos
Online

ElNino2023ES

El Niño: Definiciones e Impactos

Ecuador
Training Center

Este curso tiene la finalidad de introducir a la audiencia hacia los conceptos del “El Niño Oscilación Sur (ENOS)”. Se hará énfasis sobre los efectos en sectores de interés público. 

IOC/OTGA/HAB: Training Course and Identification Qualification in Harmful Marine Microalgae 2023
Blended

IOC_IQ-HAB-2023

IOC/OTGA/HAB: Training Course and Identification Qualification in Harmful Marine Microalgae 2023

Hab
Training Center

Since 1993 the IOC has conducted training courses on harmful microalgae. The purpose has been to improve the taxonomic and identification skills of the participants for research purposes and for practical monitoring of harmful algal blooms.

From 2006 the IOC training in HAB identification has been offered within a new framework which gives accreditation. The present course includes now a practical exam at the end of the course with an IOC Certificate of Proficiency in Identification of Harmful Algae issued to participants who pass the exam. We know by experience that many of the more than 500 trainees we have had over the years have wished the courses to give accreditation, and in some countries, the IOC courses have become a reference for laboratories to be approved for carrying out regulatory monitoring for harmful microalgae.

The IOC Science and Communication Centre on Harmful Algae, University of Copenhagen, Denmark is organizing the course. 


International Phytoplankton Intercomparison (IPI) 2023
Online
Microbiología y Biogeoquímica Marina
Online

MBM_2023ES

Microbiología y Biogeoquímica Marina

Argentina
Training Center

El curso tiene una orientación técnica destinada a brindar los pasos fundamentales para la recolección de muestras y la metodología a aplicar durante el desarrollo de actividades de investigación vinculadas a la Biogeoquímica y la Microbiología Marina que pueden concretarse durante una campaña de investigación oceanográfica. Los contenidos permitirán abordar, con distintos enfoques, el estudio de diversos grupos de microorganismos que viven en la columna de agua o en dependencia de un sustrato, las condiciones biogeoquímicas asociadas, incluyendo contaminación por nano- y microplásticos. Se tratarán los pros y cons de los métodos de colecta, filtración y fraccionamiento de las muestras con distintos objetivos, las fuentes de error y el equipamiento requerido para efectuar mediciones, entre otros aspectos. 

Marine Information Technologies
Online

MIT2023

Marine Information Technologies

China
Training Center

This course will introduce cutting-edge ocean data management strategies, methods and tools at global and regional levels, share experience in ocean data and information technology development and application in China, inspire discussion on the role of information technologies in realizing the sustainable development goals for the ocean.

Management and mitigation of coastal erosion
Online

MMCE2023

Management and mitigation of coastal erosion

Portugal
Training Center

The coastal erosion problem affects several regions worldwide. The causes of this problem are sites specific and not always understood. In this way, understanding the possible mitigation measures for this problem and the impact that each coastal intervention strategy can represent on the shoreline evolution allows for a more informed action by the decision-makers and competent entities.

Métodos de Oceanografía Geológica y Física en Ambientes Costeros
Online

MOGFAC2023_ES

Métodos de Oceanografía Geológica y Física en Ambientes Costeros

Argentina
Training Center

El curso implica obtener conocimientos teóricos/prácticos para hacer trabajo de campo y muestreo en estuarios, humedales costeros y playas desde un punto de vista de la oceanografía física y geológica con relación a temas tanto biológicos como químicos. En cada caso se introducirán los equipos necesarios para cada ambientes con detalles de cómo se operan, calibran y se accede a los datos. Como se diseñan y desarrollan los trabajos de campo y el análisis de los riesgos que ellos implican. Se explicarán las técnicas de trabajo en laboratorio para el análisis de muestras. Finalmente se impartirán rudimentos de manejo de bases de datos y de métodos básicos de análisis de los datos.

Contributing and publishing datasets to OBIS (self-paced)
Online

OBIS2023EN

Contributing and publishing datasets to OBIS (self-paced)

Belgium
Training Center

This training course is self-guided and designed to teach learners how to structure datasets to contribute to OBIS. The course will guide users step-by-step through the OBIS data life cycle, including: identifying an appropriate data structure, applying Darwin Core Archive formatting, conducting quality control steps, publishing data, and accessing data from OBIS.  Watch the video below for a brief overview and introduction by the course instructor, Elizabeth Lawrence.

 

 

Learning goals

At the end of this training, learners should be able to:
  • Understand Darwin Core (DwC) standards 
  • Format datasets following DwC standards
  • Publish datasets to OBIS using an IPT
  • Access data that has been published to OBIS

Target audience

Anyone with marine biodiversity data interested in publishing data to OBIS, OBIS nodes, or those who need to review specific steps in the data publication process.

Course content
Module 1. Introduction to data publishing and Darwin Core
Module 2. Introduction to data formatting
Module 3. Formatting data tables
Module 4. DNA Derived Data
Module 5. Controlled Vocabulary
Module 6. Conducting Quality Control
Module 7. Publishing your Data
Module 8. Accessing Data from OBIS
 
(~ 32 hours workload, asynchronously)

Learner assessment

This is a self-taught course that includes quizzes designed to help learners assess their own learning at regular intervals. In order to successfully complete the course and award a Certificate at the end, the following is mandatory:

  • complete all lessons in each Module of the course;
  • complete all quizzes (80% minimum score for each quiz, unlimited attempts for each quiz, 30-minute time limit for each attempt);
  • submit the assignments and receive a minimum grade of 80% or 'satisfactory' according to the exercise type.

Note: filling in the course feedback survey is mandatory to obtain the course certificate.

Pre-requisites:

  • a working knowledge of English
  • background knowledge in biological and marine sciences
  • basic computer skills (either Windows or Mac systems)
  • the ability to be self-directed in learning new technology skills (e.g. following a step-by-step tutorial, online video help, or access to support to learn necessary skills)

Technology requirements

To complete this course, participants should have access to:

  • Latest version of either Chrome, Edge, Firefox, or Safari web browsers
  • Access to internet

Course duration and format

The course will be delivered online between 2nd October 2023 and 16 February 2023. The estimated time to complete the self-paced course is approximately 32 hours.

To enrol, please register on the OceanExpert website (www.oceanexpert.org). Once your OceanExpert account is Approved, you can self-enrol in the course. If you already have an OceanExpert account, you can self-enrol in the course using your OceanExpert user name and password.

The enrolment key is OBIS*MASTERCLASS

The course is available until 16 February 2024. Enrolment is available until 3 February 2024

Any specific questions about this course please contact: the OBIS secretariat (helpdesk@obis.org) always using the name of the course as email subject.

This training course has been developed with financial support from NORAD and LifeWatch ERIC.

Ocean Colour Remote Sensing - Data, Processing and Analysis 2023
Blended

OCRS_India2023

Ocean Colour Remote Sensing - Data, Processing and Analysis 2023

India
Training Center

Ocean colour analysis is a proven tool for determining the health of ocean using oceanic biological activity through optical means. Phytoplankton pigment, chlorophyll, are indicators of equilibrium of CO2 concentration between atmosphere and ocean. The oceanic colour changes due to chlorophyll a provides the level of primary productivity whereas the colour change due to CDOM can be attributed to the level of pollution and higher particulate matter. The ability of optical sensors to map the spatial and temporal patterns of ocean colour over regional and global scales has provided important insights into the fundamental bio-optical properties and bio-physical processes occurring in the aquatic media. Chlorophyll, SST and PAR can be operationally scaled up to estimate primary production and estimate the fish stocks. This training focuses on the basics of marine optics, ocean colour remote sensing, and its applications such as mapping primary productivity, phytoplankton classes and algal blooms.


Ocean Model Configuration for OFS Implementation 2023
Online

OFS2023

Ocean Model Configuration for OFS Implementation 2023

Indonesia
Training Center

The Ocean Forecast System provides information on early marine weather conditions, especially during extreme events. The next level of the Ocean Forecast System utilization is to understand the coastal resilience in order to be able to mitigate the disaster risk. This course brings the practical and analytical knowledge of the Ocean Forecast System (OFS) to approach and analyze coastal resilience, and then mitigate the disaster risk, during extreme events, in particular.