The Ocean Data Dojo project will engage experts in Arctic in situ data collection in ice-ocean sciences, Citizen Science for Arctic communities, and scientific data management. The aim is
to develop a joint understanding of the current practices and gaps in the data delivery chain from research driven ice-ocean observing and citizen science programs in the Svalbard region. The workshop programme is available below.
Hotel Terminus, Bergen
FAIR data principles, metadata and data standards, documentation and formatting tools, Lara Ferrighi, METNO
IOPAN oceanographic measurements from vessels and moorings in the Svalbard region, Agnieszka Beszczynska-Möller, IOPAN
UAV real-time data acquisition, processing and visualization system: current challenges and future developments, D. Petrocelli
Developing and using new drifters to measure drift and waves in sea ice and in open ocean, Gaute Hope, METNO
Using the ICEWATCH system for collecting sea ice data through citizen science, William Copeland, METNO