Working together to achieve a common goal
During the next decade, OceanPredict will advance ocean prediction science and operational capacity, and partner with international entities to maximise the impact of operational oceanography outcomes on marine science, sustainable marine economies, and society.
The overarching goal is to contribute to a seamless ocean information value-chain, from observations to end users, to achieve economic and societal benefits.
To reach this goal, OceanPredict is increasing synergy with its partners, such as operational forecasting and research centres, international agencies, science groups, and intergovernmental organisations. OceanPredict also engages with partners further afield through suitable collaborations and joint activities to establish a large network that will support the building of the operational oceanography value-chain.
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The Bureau of Meteorology is Australia's national weather, climate and water agency.
The Government of Canada is represented in OceanPredict by CONCEPTS, the Canadian Operational Network of Coupled Environmental Prediction Systems.
Two major Korean institutes operate ocean forecasting systems: the Korea Hydrographic and Oceanographic Agency (KHOA) and the Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology (KIOST) support economic activity and national security, including search and rescue, maritime defense, fisheries, coastal management and development, leisure activities and marine transportation, as well as improving regional weather and climate forecasting.
The Met Office is the UK's National Met Service, with responsibility for weather (including ocean) forecasting and climate services
Mercator Ocean International is a leading Global Ocean Analysis and Forecasting company operating the EU Copernicus Marine Service.
The Meteorological Research Institute (MRI) / Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) conducts research for the improvement of information issued on weather, earthquakes, volcanic activity, climatic conditions and other phenomena.
NASA is the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the agency of the United States government.
NMEFC is the National Marine Environmental Forecasting Center of State Oceanic Administration (SOA).