The Ocean at your fingertips
Our planet is a place of many wonders with the ocean being one of the largest, covering over 70% of the Earth’s surface. Most of human life is located along the continent’s coastlines, and people use the ocean in many different ways from fishing to transport, energy production to recreation.
Keeping the ocean healthy is essential for all and requires first and foremost knowledge of its status and functioning. OceanPredict is an international network and science programme that facilitates knowledge exchange between scientists and experts of operational oceanography from around the world to accelerate, strengthen and increase the impact of ocean prediction.Find out more
ForeSea is a science programme submitted to the UN Decade of Ocean Science to contribute to the “science we need to the ocean we want”.
OceanPredict partners working on a project to assimilate Total Surface Current Velocity (TSCV)
7 Jun 2022 – 9 Jun 2022, Virtual
The Ocean Observing Co-Design Programme will host an online workshop to kick-start the development of transformative co-design processes and to shape plans for advancing co-design projects.
15 Jun 2022 – 17 Jun 2022, 3-day meeting, MS Teams (by invitation only)
6th meeting of the OceanPredict Science Team (OPST-6)
29 Jun 2022 – 1 Jul 2022, Met Office, Exeter, UK
EuroSea works to improve the European ocean observing and forecasting system in a global context, delivering advanced ocean observations and forecasts to advance scientific knowledge.