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1 AN INITIATIVE BY 2nd ITERNATIONAL 2 SYMPOSIUM ND INTERNATIONAL «INNOVATION & COOPERATION FOR BLUE SYMPOSIUM GROWTH» OCTOBER, 12TH 16TH, 2014 BREST, FRANCE «INNOVATION & THE MARITIME INNOVATIVE TERRITORIES INTERNATIONAL NETWORK COOPERATION FOR BLUE GROWTH» CONGRESS CENTRE «LE QUARTZ» BREST, FRANCE, 12 TH - 16 TH OCTOBER 2014 DETAILED PROGRAM (DRAFT RELEASE : Distributed Information systems ) How getting best benefit of the multiple 2databases ND INTERNATIONAL maintained by multiple data SYMPOSIUM providers? Carlos R. Torres MEXICO NATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHIC DATA CENTER IODE/IOC/UNESCO «INNOVATION & COOPERATION FOR BLUE GROWTH» HOSTED BY 1 DETAILED PROGRAM (DRAFT RELEASE : ) Instituto de Investigaciones Oceanologicas

2 Human Impacts to Marine Ecosystems Extent of Harmful Human Influences on Global Marine Ecosystems Description Details Playlist Builde that 40% of the world's oceans are heavily impacted by human activities, researchers also concluded that no area is unaffected by human influence. However, there are large areas that have relatively low human impact, especially near the poles. The areas where humans have had the worst impact include the East Cost of North America, North Sea, The ocean has an impact on the lives of everyone on Earth, even those who don't live on the coasts. It has been estimated that one in every six jobs in the United States is marine-related and that 50% of all species on Earth are supported by the ocean. Because of this, it is important to protect and preserve the oceans. Humans however have been shown to have a negative impact on the oceans. A report issued in February 2008 found that 40% of the world's oceans are heavily impacted by human activities, such as overfishing and pollution. In all 17 different human activities were examined in the report, including fertilizer run-off, commercial shipping, and indirect activities such as changes in sea surface temperature, UV radiation, and ocean acidification. This dataset is a map that was put together from the data compiled from the report, A Global Map of Human Impact on Marine Ecosystems, which was published in Science Magazine (see full text). In addition to finding Media Preview Interactive Sphere View Movie Download Movie Directory FTP Link Category Ocean Audio No Dataset Source Benjamin S. Halpern, Shau Walbridge, Kimberly A. Se Carrie V. Kappel, Fiorenza Caterina D'Agrosa, John F Kenneth S. Casey, Colin E Helen E. Fox, Rod Fujita, D Heinemann, Hunter S. Len Elizabeth M.P. Madin, Matt

3 Dimension of the seas and coasts of Mexico LME Around Mexico GC GULF OF MEXICO CARIBBEAN SEA PACIFIC Central-America Coastal TERRITORY 17 coastal states 150 coastl municipalities 3,149,920 km² EEZ NATURAL. 130 coastal lagoons High biodiversity Numerous thretened or endagered species High geomorphologic and climatic variety Higlhy productive and fragile ecosystems and Fragile ecosystems (mangroves, coral reefs,coastal lagoons) LMEs are natural regions of ocean space encompassing coastal waters from river basins and estuaries to the seaward boundary of continental shelves and the outer margins of coastal currents. They are relatively large regions of 200,000 km2 or greater, the natural boundaries of which are based on four ecological criteria: bathymetry, hydrography, productivity, and trophically related populations. The concept that critical processes controlling the structure and function of biological communities can best be addressed on a regional basis has been applied to the ocean by using LMEs as the distinct units for marine resources assessment, monitoring, and management.

4 CONABIO-CONANP-TNC-PRONATURA Análisis de vacíos y omisiones en conservación de la biodiversidad marina de Me xico: oce anos, costas e islas. Comisio n Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad, Comisio n Nacional de A reas Naturales Protegidas, The Nature Conservancy- Programa Me xico, Pronatura, A.C. Me xico, D.F. National Inventory/Analysis (2006) Priority Sites for Conservation Sites of National Survey Análisis de vacíos y omisiones en conservación de la biodiversidad marina de México: Figura 4. océanos, cost as e i sl as Figura 5. Sitios prioritarios costeros y de margen continental (SCMC) y de mar profundo (SMP), regiones prioritarias marinas (RMP) y sitios costeros de la encuesta nacional. Detection of Unprotected Conservancy Priority Sites 27 Zones with Relevant Oceanographic Processes México, Figura 7. Las 20 zonas con procesos oceanográficos relevantes y los sitios prioritarios costeros y de margen continental (SCMC) y de mar profundo (SMP). Figura 17. Coincidencia entre los sitios prioritarios costeros y de margen continental (SCMC) y de mar profundo (SMP) y las áreas protegidas (AP) federales con los sitios que representan vacíos (0% de traslape) y los que representan omisiones (menos de 20% de traslape)

5 Governmental Monitoring Networks OCEANOGRAPHY SEMAR IMT/SCT AIR QUALITY SEMAR IMT/SCT METEOROLOGY SMN/CNA SEMAR IMT/SCT INIFAP/SAGARPA CFE/SENER BIODIVERSITY CONABIO HIDROLOGY IMTA/SEMARNAT WATER QUALITY CNA/SEMARNAT NATIONAL FISHERIES NETWORK CONAPESCA/SAGARPA SATELITAL SMN/CNA CONABIO INEGI AEM/SCT

6 Spatial Distribution of Detected Observing Networks Atmosphere Ocean Different platforms and formats Duplicity in Measurements Lack of Spatial Coverage Non available Data Each dependence manage its data sets Few data in real time

7 Academic Monitoring Networks Oceanography, Marine Meteorology, Teledetection October, 2014

8 UABC Coastal Marine Observatory H. F. Radars Meteorological St. Buoys Water Quality

9 National Integration of Available Monitoring Systems Take advantage of existing national infrastructure MEXICO COASTAL OCEAN OBSERVING SYSTEM MEXICO Based on existing capacities, develop a coordinated national system of data and information for monitoring oceanographic and meteorological variables. It seeks to make associations with existing systems to increase the total value more than the separate parts.

10 MEXICOOS OFFSHORE BUOY NET (CONABIO) COASTAL BUOY NETWORK TIDES NATIONAL NETWORK RADARS SATELITE IMAGERY RECEPTION CLIMATOLOGY HIDROLOGY WATER QUALITY CiiMar-GoMC "The basis of MEXICOOS is the core set of observations in the atmosphere and ocean as well as from space"

11 IOC Programs in Mexico UABC-IIO Intercambio de Datos e Información IODE (Intercambio de Datos), MIM (Información) Sistema de Observaciones Oceánicas GOOS (Sistema de Observación Global), IODE IODE NETWORK OF NODC s Océanos y Clima WCRP, GOOS, GCOS, GBP (JGOFS) CeNDO Mexico Recursos Vivos Marinos, Producción de Alimentos OSLR, GOOS, OM (Mapeo Oceánico) SEMARNAT UNAM Estado del Medio Ambiente Marino y Salud en ZC GIPME, GOOS, IGPB (LOICZ) Manejo de Areas Costeras y Vulnerabilidad OSNLR, OSLR, OM, GIPME, IODE, GLOSS, GOOS, IGPB (LOICZ) IODE: International Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange NODC: National Oceanographic Data Center SEMAR Protección de Zonas Costeras, Prevención y Reducción de Desastres ITSU (Tsunamis), GLOSS (Nivel del Mar), OM, IODE

12 CENDO INTERACTIONS AT NATIONAL LEVEL. Nacional SEMAR Preservación, Archivado, acervo nacional, disposición al público

13 Use of International Available Data de CeNDO oria Sets Proveedores de Datos ón, Visión y Objetivos ponsabilidades W orld Data Centers ras de Beneficio anización ctorio ulos - World Data Center for Oceanography - Tianjin, China ocinadores tos de la COI en México SCO cipales Programas de la COI ios - World Data Center for Marine Environmental Science (WDCMARE) acitación acenamiento esamiento ctos - World Data Centre For Oceanography - Obninsk, Russian Federation o a Datos os Numéricos de Datos dores de Datos - World Data Center for Oceanography Silver Spring - United States tros de Datos tos aciones ración

14 Spatial Coverage NOAA, WOD09 Febrero de 2011

15 SST at various depths WOD2013 (Jan-March, )

16 MEXICO MARINE ECORREGIONS MARINE PLANNING REGIONS NORTH PACIFIC (OK) (OK) MEXICAN CARIBBEAN AND GULF OF MEXICO (OK) CENTRAL AND SOUTH PACIFIC (OK) Wilkinson et al Plataforma del Caribe mesoamericano 15.3 Talud del Caribe mesoamericano 15.6 Cuenca de Yucatán 15.7 Cadena montañosa Caimán

17 del Diablo, or Devil's Peak, which rise to 10,154 ft (http://www.questconnect.org/baja_california.htm#geography). The modelling region is shown in the white box within figure 3a, a perspective view is shown in figure 3b. Study site and grid in physical space (a) ENSENAD A U. S. (b) S. QUINTIN GUADALUPE IS. P. BAJA VIZCAIN O CEDROS IS. BAY P. EUGENIA P. ABREOJOS MEXIC O MAGDALENA BAY PACIFIC OCEAN Figure 3. Study region 4. Methodology 4.1 Numerical M odel The numerical simulations employ the General Curvilinear Atmospheric Model (GCAM, [5]) to simulate the temporal development of a stratified flow over irregular orography in a rotating system. The set of dimensionless equations to be solved on a boundary-fitted grid is given by [10];

18 Wind variability could affect upwelling generation June 11 June 12 P. Baja Guadalupe Is. Cedros Is. P. Eugenia P. Abreojos Magdalena Bay SST ( o C) June 13 June 21 Fig. 1. Emisión de remolinos evidenciados por los patrones de nubes en Baja California durante varios días de junio (11, 12, 13, 21) de 2009 (http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/). Figure 2. SST temperatures for the dates indicated as simulated by HYCOM. Given the biological importance of the up-welling sites in the productivity of such a region, and to better represent the implication of the near-field wind in the case of the BCC, an atmospheric numerical model is employed. Particular attention is given to the influence of wind direction on wind circulation as well as its effect on generation of upwelling zones. Wind stress curl, coastal upwelling index and ocean surface currents are computed using the simulated winds

19 Simulated Winds (a) Figure 6. A 3D view of figure 5a near the coastal zone of the study region. a) velocity vectors; b) magnitude contours. (b) The dynamical aspects of wind flow-orography interaction described above are better understood in terms of vorticity (figure 7). Eddies of cyclonic (+) and anticyclonic (-) vorticity

20 Vorticity (a) (b) (c) (d) Figure 7. Vorticity contours (Re=3000, F=200) corresponding to figure 5. a) 330 o, b) 310 o, c) 335 o and d) 345 o

21 Study site and grid in physical space aluated the model using measured data, and the simulated wind e wind stress and other variables of biological interest within the General Curvilinear Atmospheric Model High resolution wind simulations in Bahia de Todos Santos, Ensenada Mexico (b) b) a zoom showing the complex orography of the study site; contour elevation (in black) is in meters. al Research (IIO), from University of Baja California (UABC), eorological stations in the Ensenada area. One of them is located antos (ITS) since 2000; a wind rose summarizing these direct o 2009 is presented in figure 2. Most persistent winds come from or this study are the winds from April to September, in which the m, dry and stable due to the strong subtropical high over the ]. In this months period, winds blow steadily alongshore from the sinking motion almost completely suppresses precipitation [8]. ths, incoming winds at ITS are from to with velocities Pa); similar wind velocity estimates have been reported

22 Simulated Winds (c) ral directions. We evaluated the model using measured data, and the simulated wind e used to compute the wind stress and other variables of biological interest within the the study region. (b) Figure 5. Dimensionless vorticity contours corresponding to figure 4: a) 3000; b)

23 MEXICOOS is planned to interact with its International Counterparts NEWS & NOTICES MOU WITH WEST COAST GOVERNORS ALLIANCE ON OCEAN HEALTH ENSO Alert System Status: El Niño in California? The West Coast Ocean Observing Systems (SCCOOS, CeNCOOS and NANOOS) and the West Coast Governors Alliance on Ocean Health (WCGA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding in October 2012 to advance the effective management of coastal and ocean resources on the West Coast. The MOU, signed by the state governments of California, Oregon and Washington and by the directors of SCCOOS, CeNCOOS and NANOOS, provides a formal mechanism for ensuring that the organizations' collaborative efforts are responsive to the comprehensive West Coast stakeholder community and incorporate the best available ocean observation-based information. Please click here for more information. HOME ABOUT US THE GULF FOCUS RESOURCES RESTORE ACT WEST COAST MOU Search GET INVOLVED DATA PORTAL PRODUCTS MEXICOOS May 2014: San Diego Fires (read more) In order to further the mission of the U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS) and serve the requirements for ocean observations, data, and information at the scale of the California Current Large Marine Ecosystem (CCLME), the three regional components of IOOS on the West Coast recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to expand and strengthen West Coast regional ocean observing collaboration. April 2014: SCCOOS visits Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve and Carlsbad Aquafarm. (read more) March 2014: Coming Soon... SCCOOS Near- Real Time Data in the SD Airport (read more) Through the MOU, the Southern California Coastal Ocean Observing System (SCCOOS), the Central and Northern California Ocean Observing System (CeNCOOS), and the Northwest Association of Networked Ocean Observing Systems (NANOOS) affirmed their commitment to jointly plan CCLME observations and share information that will mutually benefit each subregion and the West Coast as a whole. PUBLIC EDUCATORS MEMBERS BUILD-OUT PLAN IOOS is a national-regional partnership working to provide new tools and forecasts to improve safety, enhance the economy, and protect our environment, said Zdenka Willis, Director of the U.S. IOOS Program. Long-term partnership building between regional IOOS partners further strengthens the national system and its ability to address unique management issues that span political boundaries. The MOU represents a formalization of the commitment of SCCOOS, CeNCOOS, and NANOOS to work cooperatively with governmental and non-governmental entities in identifying and providing ocean and coastal information products that inform a broad range of scientific, economic and management activities in fisheries and water quality, climate variability and change, coastal hazards, marine commerce and safety, and other priorities identified by regional management groups. GCOOS*NEWS SCCOOS, CeNCOOS and NANOOS have demonstrated their ability to effectively address sub-regional issues based on unique expertise and stakeholder input, said John Stein, Acting NW Fisheries Science Center Director and Western Regional Collaboration Team Lead for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Functioning as a cohesive whole at the scale of important regional ocean governance and management initiatives including the West Coast Governors Agreement on Ocean Health will ultimately benefit the stakeholders in these initiatives and the users of the IOOS system. A copy of the MOU can be accessed here. Please contact Julie Thomas, SCCOOS Executive Director, at with any questions. MSU,%NOAA,%and%Liquid%Robotics,%Inc. Deploy%Wave%Gliders%for%Hurricane Predictions Researchers at Mississippi State University, NOAA, and Liquid Robotics, Inc. are deploying three Liquid Robotics Wave Gliders in the Gulf of Mexico to provide data aimed at improving hurricane forecasting... Read More RESTORE%Council%Announces%Proposal Submission%Window%for%Council Members,%Releases%Interim%Final%Rule%to Support%State%Planning%Efforts On 21 August 2014, The RESTORE Council announced its proposal submission window for Council members. 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24 CENDO at International Level Caribbean Marine Atlas General Information IOC/UNESCO Home About IODE IODE 50th anniversary Data Management Info Management Outreach/ Promotion Data Access IODE Gallery Video Library Ex pert Information All Sessions... QMF Training Course Quality Management System Essentials for National Oceanographic Data Centres Training Course 8-11 December 2014, Oostende, Belgium Overview Documents Participants

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