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IOC/UNESCO is hiring for GOOS and JCOMM

IOC/UNESCO is recruiting a scientific officer with expert and managerial experience, under full-time fixed term contract, based in Paris, France.

As Programme Specialist, you will join the IOC/UNESCO secretariat, operating under guidance of its 148 Member States, working closely with the ocean observing scientific community. You will focus on observations coordination by networks working through JCOMM, contributing to a distributed secretariat supporting GOOS. You will maintain active communications, and manage budget, personnel, project tracking and execution to strengthen coordination, working together to deliver sustained ocean observations and information for society.

Applications due 10 June 2017. More info »

 

Expert consultant needed for ETOOFS Operational Ocean Forecast System Guide

IOC/UNESCO is inviting applications for an expert consultant position for the production of an ETOOFS Operational Ocean Forecasting Guide. Terms of Reference available on-line.

Extended Dealine for application: 10 May 2017.

For more information, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at IOC.

 

NEWLY PUBLISHED: Volume 5 (Radar Gauges) of Manual on Sea Level Measurement and Interpretation

MG14 Vol5 sealevelVolume V of the Manual on Sea Level Measurement and Interpretation has recently been published (IOC Manuals and Guides No.14; JCOMM Technical Report No.89; 2016). It is devoted specifically to "Radar Tide Gauges".

This technology is increasingly replacing previous tide gauge technologies in many countries.

At the 13th Meeting of the GLOSS Group of Experts in November 2013 in Liverpool, a new edition of the Manual was proposed that would focus on this particular technology and pros and cons with its use.

Read more: NEWLY PUBLISHED: Volume 5 (Radar Gauges) of Manual on Sea Level Measurement and Interpretation

CALL FOR PAPERS: 1ST INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON WAVES, STORM SURGES AND COASTAL HAZARDS

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The 1st International Workshop on Waves, Storm Surges and Coastal Hazards, to be held in Liverpool, UK, September 10 to 15, 2017, marks the incorporation of 3 events:


• 15TH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON WAVE HINDCASTING AND FORECASTING
• 6TH COASTAL HAZARDS SYMPOSIUM, and
• 3RD JCOMM SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL SYMPOSIUM ON STORM SURGES


Sponsorship is by the Liverpool Institute for Sustainable Coasts and Oceans (LISCO), the UK National Oceanography Centre, the Taylor Engineering Research Institute at the University of North Florida, Environment and Climate Change Canada and the WMO-IOC Joint Technical Commission for Oceanography and Marine Meteorology (JCOMM).


Key Dates:

Abstract submission deadline: 30th March 2017

Full papers (optional) deadline: 30th August 2017


Further Information is here and and registration details will be available soon on the website: www.waveworkshop.org

 

 

 

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