Climate Change in the Pacific Region
Pacific Region
 

Climate Change Nature Resources and Coastal Management

Presentation Title:
Role of Integrated Ocean Observing Systems for Climate Change Studies

Desription of Presentation:
Integrated Ocean Observing Systems (IOOS) bring together coastal observations to provide information necessary to address issues in climate change, ecosystem preservation and management, coastal water quality, maritime operations, coastal hazrds and national security. As a science-based decision support system, IOOS works interactively with local, state and federal agencies, resource managers, industry, policy makers, educators, scientists and the general public to provide data, models and products that advance our understanding of the current and future state of our coastal and global environment.

Presenter Name & Contact Info:
Julie Thomas Scripps Institution of Oceanography,La Jolla, CA

Presenter's Biography:
Julie Thomas is Program Manager for the Coastl Data Information Program (CDIP) at the Scipps Insittution of Oceanography, La Jolla, CA. CDIP's mission is to provide observations and predictions for nearshore waves and shoreline change. Julis is also Executive Director of the Southern California Coastal Ocean Observing System (SCCOOS). She has promoted agency collaboration at local, state and federal levels. Julie is an advocate for high quality data standards and interoperability as manifested through participation on several national Ocean Observing efforts.

Recommended Reading:

 

Last updated: February 4, 2009


U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Home Page | Department of the Interior  | USA.gov  | About the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service  | Accessibility  | Privacy  | Notices  | Disclaimer  | FOIA
id 70
Title Role of Integrated Ocean Observing Systems for Climate Change Studies
Presentation_description Integrated Ocean Observing Systems (IOOS) bring together coastal observations to provide information necessary to address issues in climate change, ecosystem preservation and management, coastal water quality, maritime operations, coastal hazrds and national security. As a science-based decision support system, IOOS works interactively with local, state and federal agencies, resource managers, industry, policy makers, educators, scientists and the general public to provide data, models and products that advance our understanding of the current and future state of our coastal and global environment.
name Julie Thomas
contact_info Scripps Institution of Oceanography,La Jolla, CA
biography Julie Thomas is Program Manager for the Coastl Data Information Program (CDIP) at the Scipps Insittution of Oceanography, La Jolla, CA. CDIP's mission is to provide observations and predictions for nearshore waves and shoreline change. Julis is also Executive Director of the Southern California Coastal Ocean Observing System (SCCOOS). She has promoted agency collaboration at local, state and federal levels. Julie is an advocate for high quality data standards and interoperability as manifested through participation on several national Ocean Observing efforts.
rec_readings NOAA Climate
RF www.noaa.gov/climate.html
rec_readings2 NOAA IOOS
RF2 http://ioos.noaa.gov
rec_readings3 Southern California Coastal Ocean Observing System
RF3 www.sccoos.org
rec_readings4 Central and Northern California Coastal Ocean Observing System
RF4 www.cencoos.org
rec_readings5 Northwest Coastal Ocean Observing System
RF5 www.nanoos.org
rec_readings6
RF6
rec_readings7
RF7
rec_readings8
RF8
rec_readings9
RF9
rec_readings10
RF10
Presentation