, GEOSS Americas Symposium Rodney Martínez Güingla (Regional Coordinator) - PDF

, GEOSS Americas Symposium 2008 Rodney Martínez Güingla (Regional Coordinator) ODINCARSA MISSION To strengthen Ocean Data and Marine Information Management capacity in the Caribbean

Please download to get full document.

View again

of 30
All materials on our website are shared by users. If you have any questions about copyright issues, please report us to resolve them. We are always happy to assist you.

Health & Fitness

Publish on:

Views: 7 | Pages: 30

Extension: PDF | Download: 0

, GEOSS Americas Symposium 2008 Rodney Martínez Güingla (Regional Coordinator) ODINCARSA MISSION To strengthen Ocean Data and Marine Information Management capacity in the Caribbean and Latin America in order to contribute to Ocean Sciences, Operational Oceanography development and Integrated Coastal management activities at the regional level ODINCARSA OBJECTIVES Activate a cooperative network on Ocean Data and marine Information management. Assess the current and potential state of development of national data and information centers. Provide capacity-building on Ocean Data and Marine Information management. Provide ocean data and information products and services which support Operational oceanography, Coastal Environmental monitoring and coastal management. Implement an integral Action Plan to improve the existent capacity on Ocean data and marine Information management. ODINCARSA MEMBER STATES FIRST PLANNING ODINCARSA WORKSHOP (GUAYAQUIL-ECUADOR, October 2001) 1. ARGENTINA 2. BAHAMAS 3. BARBADOS 4. BELIZE 5. BRASIL 6. COLOMBIA 7. CUBA 8. CHILE 9. DOMINICA 10. ECUADOR 11. JAMAICA 12. MEXICO 13. NICARAGUA 14. PANAMÁ 15. PERÚ 16. ST LUCIA 17. TRINIDAD Y TOBAGO 18. VENEZUELA 19. HAITÍ 20. HONDURAS A group of motivated and TRAINED PERSONS. RELEVANT MARINE INSTITUTIONS Sharing expertise in Latin America and the Caribbean Shared VISION. End to End Capacity Building Process Commintment Partnership WHAT HAS BEEN THE ODINCARSA MEMBERS RESPONSE (1)? NATIONAL WORKSHOP IN COLOMBIA ON NATIONAL ODINCARSA TRAINING OCEAN DATA MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP IN VENEZUELA Cartagena, July 21st -23rd 2004 Caracas, (26 September, 08 October 2004) OCEAN DATA MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTORY TRAINING WORKSHOP IN CHILE Valparaíso, November 2004 TRAINING BETWEEN PORTAL OCEANICO EDITORS IN THE CARIBBEAN Barbados, October 2004 WHAT HAS BEEN THE ODINCARSA MEMBERS RESPONSE (2)? NATIONAL WORKSHOP IN ECUADOR ON OCEAN DATA MANAGEMENT Guayaquil, Ecuador April 14-17th 2006 DATA MANAGEMENT TRAINING IN COLOMBIA Cartagena, (2006) OCEAN DATA MANAGEMENT TRAINING WORKSHOPs IN PERU Lima, October 2006 PREPARATION OF DIGITAL HYDROGRAPHIC DATA IN ARGENTINA, (INIDEP) Mar del Plata, 2006 OCEAN DATA MANAGEMENT PROMOTION IN BRAZIL THE LATIN AMERICAN GROUP IN MARINE INFORMATION Mazatlan, Mexico (October 2002) Coordinated activities Latin American Group and EPCOR Some achievements, since 2002 Web site 40 members, from 12 Latin- American countries An active mutual assistance between the network. Frequent Chats to plan activities. Partnership to seek for funding. In progress Regional Library Catalogue (centralized data base). A complete survey to diagnose and recommend the MIM Capacity Building needs to ODINCARSA. The New Latin-American Regional Union List of Serials, which includes more than 8,350 holdings, records from 17 libraries across the region. ODINCARSA Marine information Management Group We started with 22 members from 10 countries. Actually, we are 54 members, from 12 Latin- American countries: Argentina, Barbados, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Venezuela, Uruguay. Latin American IAMSLIC Group products: The New Latin-American Regional Union List of Serials, which includes more than 8,350 holdings, records from 17 libraries across the region. To support the Document delivery project, by allocating the funds to some of the institutions in Central and South America, in order to promote the Latin-American collection The ODINCARSA DIGITAL REPOSITORY OF MARINE PUBLICATIONS : OCEAN DOCS LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN ODINCARSA IN IAMSLIC CONFERENCE Mazatlan, Mexico (October 2002) ODINCARSA AND THE GOOS REGIONAL ALLIANCE OF SOUTHEASTERN PACIFIC (GRASP) Cartagena, Colombia (May 2003) THE LATIN AMERICAN GROUP IN MARINE INFORMATION Mazatlan, Mexico (October 2002) ODINCARSA PARTNERS CPPS IAMSLIC EPCOR-IAI ODINCARSA POTENTIAL PARTNERS WMO ASFA GCOS-SOUTH AMERICA JCOMM ICAM-LAC UN ISDR CLIVAR 21st IOC General Assembly in July 2001 Resolution XXI-8. Executive Council XXXV, in June 2002, Resolution XXXV-6. IODE XVII, in March 2003, Recommendation IODE-XVII.2. IODE XVIII, April 2005, Recommendation IODE-XVIII.5. IODE XIX, March 2007, Recommendation IODE XIX.6 ODINCARSA MAIN OUTCOMES To put the Ocean Data and Information Management as a relevant issue at National level in most of 60% of Member countries. To establish and keep active a huge regional network integrated by more than 60 National Institutions and 237 experts from different sectors related to Ocean and Marine activities. To contribute on improving the provision of ocean data and information products and services to different users by sharing of expertise, knowledge transference and Capacity Building. To become a useful partner/platform for other IOC programs and Organizations such as GOOS, GCOS, IAMSLIC, IAI, CPPS, WMO, CLIVAR JCOMM, ASFA and ICAM. ODINCARSA Future actions in Latin America The next phase of ODINCARSA in Latin America should have two main outcomes: The consolidation of a regional network on Marine information that provides permanent and valuable services to a wide community and The provision of data and information services to the Operational Oceanography, Coastal Management and Disaster Reduction Programs in the regions. ODINCARSA Specific Objectives : 1. To submit project proposals, joint partners and enhance networking in order to start the process for implementation of a Regional Data and Information center in the Caribbean Region. 2. To contribute with GRAs on the development of data and information products and services. 3. To contribute on the implementation of SPIN-CAM Project (approved on March 24 th 2008) 4. To implement the first phase of Ocean Docs Latin America Project The Caribbean Marine Atlas (CMA) Coordination with IOCARIBE GOOS and ICAM-LAC Coordination with CARICOM, CRFM, OECS, UNEP A Regional Data and/or Information Center Capacity Building Equipment and technical support Data retrieval Data retrieval Data inventories and survey on national/regional needs Prototype will be launched on October 2008! . Iniciativas regionales en marcha: Sistemas observacionales Spondylus Naylamp Boyas ODINCARSA AND GRASP GRASP-CPPS Implementation of a Regional Data base. Oceanographic stations inventory. Regional Marine metadata inventory. Este Boletín: Temperatura superficial Está dirigido a la comunidad La temperatura superficial del mar registró valores de vinculada a las actividades marinas de Centro y Sudamérica y a quienes obserla, mientras que la cuenca de Panamá mos tró valores hasta 31 C frente a las costas de México y Guatemavan cuidadosamente el entre 26 C y 27 C. El frente ecuatorial se ubicó en océano para sus predicciones climáticas en el Pacífico posición normal para la época, la isoterma de los 20 C se ubicó a la altura del golfo de Guayaquil. Las surgencias costeras frente a Perú y Chile registran intensi- Oriental. Cuenta con una sección de análisis de las principales fuentes de información disponibles para la dades normales para la fecha. región, los resultados de De acuerdo a la información s atelital del GOES (Julio modelos de pronósticos más 2006) tomando como base las normales de Reynolds, relevantes en el área y una las anomalías en Centroaméric a fluctúan entre 0.5 C y sección final de conclusiones que nos permita comuni- 1.5 C, en tanto que en el Pac ífico Sudoriental, las car al lector, la posible evolución de las condiciones anomalías fluctuaron entre 0.5 C y. (Fig. 1) oceanográficas en el Pacífico Oriental. Temperatura subsuperficial Esta publicación se hace gracias De acuerdo a la información del NOAA/NCEP/ a la información y apoyo de : GODAS, el Pacífico Ecuatorial registró en el mes de Julio, anomalías subsuperficiales positivas, que alcanzaron valores de hasta 2 C entre los primeros 100 m y 200 m de profundidad.en el Pacífico Oriental, a niv el subsuperficial (promedio desde los 300 m de profundidad), se evidencian anomalías de Fig. 1 (Fuente: NOAA/NESDIS/GOES, Procesamiento: INOCAR hasta 0.8 C al sur de México y Guatemala. En el Pacífico Sudoriental entre 90 W y 120 W en latitudes medias, se registran anomalías de hasta 1.5 C, de acuerdo a los datos de NOAA/GODAS (Fig. 3 ). Fig. 2 (Fuente: NOAA/NESDIS/GOES, Procesamiento: INOCAR) Fig. 3 (Fuente: NOAA/NCEP/GODAS Ocean Analysis Bulletin. Regional Contribution to Ocean Docs Project. Cruceros regionales (CPPS): 10 Cruceros More economic A1 Uncertainty A2 Climate Scenari o Population More Global Prediction More regional Econom y B1 B2 Environmen Projection More Environmental TIEMPO Technolog World Climate for XXI Century Sea level Global Variation Variación= 2.9± 0.4 mm/año Simmon, 2006 Sea level Global Increment vs IPCC scenarios Cazenave and Nerem, 2004 y Simmon, 2006 1.0 Equatorial Upwelling Sep-99 (La Niña) SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE ( C) CRUCERO CO-2-99 SEPTEMBER SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE ANOMALY CRUCERO CO-2-99 SEPTEMBER LATITUD LATITUD LONGITUD LONGITUD Source:INOCAR IOC/IODE ODINCARSA AND GEOSS SPIN-CAM Project could be a good opportunity to enhance interaction Between IOC and GEOSS in the regions. GRASP is a good platform to contribute with GEOSS. NODCs from the region could be potential contributors with GEONET. SEA LEVEL RISE risk assessment is a current need in the region and must be conducted in the near future, then partnershio will be needed. Thank you!
Related Search
Similar documents
View more...
We Need Your Support
Thank you for visiting our website and your interest in our free products and services. We are nonprofit website to share and download documents. To the running of this website, we need your help to support us.

Thanks to everyone for your continued support.

No, Thanks