Global Ocean Summit : a forum for institutional coordination of global ocean observations
Avery, Susan K.
Leinen, Margaret S.
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A sustainable global ocean observation system requires timely implementation of a global ocean observation framework. The recent Qingdao Global Ocean Summit offers an effective mechanism for a coherent institutional response to emerging scientific and societal drivers, and for promoting the capacity building in developing economies that is essential for increasing the value and broadening the funding base of the observation system.
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Suggested CitationPreprint: Cai, Wenju, Avery, Susan K., Leinen, Margaret S., Lee, Kenneth, Lin, Xiaopei, Visbeck, Martin, "Global Ocean Summit : a forum for institutional coordination of global ocean observations", 2014-11, https://doi.org/10.1038/nclimate2482, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/7110
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