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Cabo Verde Declaration on Ocean Observations

A Statement by the Partnership for Observation of the Global Ocean (POGO), issued at its 20th Annual Meeting held in Mindelo, Cabo Verde, in January 2019.


Call to Action

CALL FOR APPLICATION - WASCAL Master Program in Climate Change and Marine Sciences at the University of Cabo Verde

The newly established WASCAL Master's Research Program in Climate Change and Marine Sciences (MRP-CCMS) will be launched in June 2019 and the call for applications is now open.

The deadline for application is 29 March 2019.

 

Marine Observation System Along Indian Coast (MOSAIC): a new initiative

The increasing population density and rapid economic growth of the countries surrounding the Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal make these semi-enclosed seas particularly vulnerable to warming and other anthropogenic influences. A large population in the Indian sub-continent resides in coastal areas and depends on coastal ocean for their food and economy. The human impacts on the coastal ocean in terms of pollution and waste disposals have greatly modified the fluxes of material to the coastal waters.

COP24 Side event: POGO & AOSED

POGO and AOSED held a joint side event at the UNFCCC COP24 conference in Katowice, Poland.

New insights into the circulation in the Western Gulf of Mexico from Eulerian, Lagrangian and Autonomous observing platforms

The Western Gulf of Mexico (WGoM) has been continuously monitored by the CANEK group from the Centro de Investigación Científica y de Educación Superior de Ensenada (CICESE) since 2007 to the present using more than 30 heavily instrumented moorings. The main objective has been to provide the knowledge of the physical processes modulating the regional circulation and the statistics of currents thanks to a contract with the Mexican Oil Company PEMEX.

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