Marine Debris Indicators: What’s Next?

An IEEE OES event
16-18 December 2019 – Brest, FRANCE
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Background Material
IEEE OES Initiative
Cascais 2020 Workshop
Oceans 2019 Town Hall
Brest 2018 Workshop



Marine debris pose a mounting threat to life in the oceans and on land, including human life, and technologies to observe, measure and monitor the flow of debris into, and within, the oceans are urgently needed in support of mitigating the threat.

Program

December 16, 2019

@ "La Perouse" Library

1000 - 1100:Welcome Coffee/Tea, Remote Connection Tests
1100 - 1200:Session 1: Speed meeting
1200 - 1310:Lunch Break

@ Institut Universitaire Européen de la Mer (IUEM) - Amphi D

1320 - 1530:Session 2: State of the Art and Emerging Opportunities
1320 - 1340:R. Garello: Marine Debris Indicators - What's Next (Presentation)
1340 - 1400:H.-P. Plag: The Draft Road Map (Presentation, Abstract)
1400 - 1420:J. Campbell: The SDG Indicators (Presentation)
1420 - 1440:E. Smail: The Marine Debris White Paper (Presentation, Abstract)
1440 - 1500:L. Pendleton: What is the Ocean Data Foundation? (Presentation, Abstract)
1500 - 1520:All: Discussion
1520 - 1540:Coffee Break
1540 - 1800:Session 3: Monitoring: From Sensors to Indicators and Policy
1540 - 1600:F. Galgani: Marine Debris and Indicators (presentation
1600 - 1620:P. L. Buttigieg: A pathway to deeply interoperable semantic technologies across marine debris, Essential Ocean Variables, and the Sustainable Development Agenda (Presentation, Abstract)
1620 - 1640:H.-P. Plag and S. Jules-Plag: A Taxonomy for the Global Digital Ecosystem: Intelligent Semantic Data Agents for Marine Debris Data and Internet of Data (Presentation, Abstract)
1640 - 1700:A. Palacz: Marine Plastics Debris as an Essential Ocean Variable - GOOS support for an Integrated Marine Debris Observing System. (Presentation)
1700 - 1720:F. Collard: On the Role of Models
1720 - 1740:P. L. Buttigieg, S. Caltagirone, and J. Pearlman: Best Practices: Single Repository and/or Distributed Network? (Presentation, Abstract)
1740 - 1800:All: Discussion

December 17, 2019

@ IMT Atlantique

0900 - 0930:Welcome Coffee/Tea
0930 - 1130:Session 4: Observations and Models for Marine Debris Indicators
0930 - 0950:D. Papageorgiou: Drone Mapping and Satellite Testing for Marine Plastic on Aegean Sea (Presentation)
0950 - 1010:S. Fritz: Detecting marine litter in Greece using drone data and the picture pile sorting app (Presentation)
1010 - 1030:J. M. Veiga: Assessing marine litter – from source-to-sea (Presentation)
1030 - 1050:C. Dufau: Floating Debris Cleaning Actions During the Rio2016 Olympic Games: from a Coastal Forecasting System to its Operational Use (Presentation)
1050 - 1130:J. Chupin: Collaborative Approach to Reducing Marine Debris (Presentation).
1130 - 1300:Session 5: Posters

Christophe Maes, Bruno Blanke and Elodie Martinez: ORIGIN AND FATE OF SURFACE DRIFT IN THE CONVERGENCE ZONES OF THE SUBTROPICAL PACIFIC OCEAN (Abstract, Poster)

JACQUIN Justine 1*, CALLAC Nolwenn 1,2, CHENG Jingguang 1, ODOBEL Charlène 1, Meistertzheim Anne-Leila 1,3, GIRAUD Carolane 1, PUJO-PAY Mireille 1, CONAN Pascal 1, BARBE Valérie 5, BRUZAUD Stéphane 4, DENOUAL Clément 4, GHIGLIONE Jean-François 1.: Colonization and biodegradation of wadded sticks for domestic use in marine conditions (Abstract)

Morgan Simpson1, Armando Marino1, Narangerel Davaasuren2, Carl Boardman2, Matteo Alparone3, Ferdinando Nunziata3, Nicolas Ackermann4 and Irena Hajnsek5, 6 : MONITORING PLASTIC IN THE OCEANS USING SENTINEL-1 SAR IMAGES (Abstract, Poster)

Dan Martin, Kelly Jones, Dr. Hans-Peter Plag: Modeling the Life Cycle of Plastic: From Marine Debris to the Source (Abstract, Poster)

Kelly Jones (1), Dan Martin(1), Dr. Hans-Peter Plag(1,2): The Coastal Built Environment: A source of Current and Future Marine Debris? (Abstract, Poster)

1200 - 1320:Lunch Break
1320 - 1530:Session 6: Connecting Data to Action
1320 - 1340:G. Ollier: EU policy and actions on reducing marine litters including plastic debris (Presentation)
1340 - 1400:F. Galgani: Information on the Technical Group on Marine Litter (TGML) under the Horizon Europe Framework (presentation)
1400 - 1530:All: Towards a Vision for Reducing Marine Debris
1530 - 1600:Coffee Break
1600 - 1730:Session 7: Road Map
1600 - 1730:All: Participatory Modeling of the Road Map
1730 - 1800:Business Meeting: Towards Companion Modelling

1900 - 2100:Workshop Dinner

December 18, 2019

@ Pôle Numérique Brest Iroise (PNBI)

0900 - 0930:Welcome Coffee/Tea
0930 - 1100:Session 8: Working Groups - Road Map
1100 - 1200:Session 9: Wrap Up - Conclusions
1200 - 1330:Session 10: Posters

Christophe Maes, Bruno Blanke and Elodie Martinez: ORIGIN AND FATE OF SURFACE DRIFT IN THE CONVERGENCE ZONES OF THE SUBTROPICAL PACIFIC OCEAN (Abstract, Poster)

JACQUIN Justine 1*, CALLAC Nolwenn 1,2, CHENG Jingguang 1, ODOBEL Charlène 1, Meistertzheim Anne-Leila 1,3, GIRAUD Carolane 1, PUJO-PAY Mireille 1, CONAN Pascal 1, BARBE Valérie 5, BRUZAUD Stéphane 4, DENOUAL Clément 4, GHIGLIONE Jean-François 1.: Colonization and biodegradation of wadded sticks for domestic use in marine conditions (Abstract)

Morgan Simpson1, Armando Marino1, Narangerel Davaasuren2, Carl Boardman2, Matteo Alparone3, Ferdinando Nunziata3, Nicolas Ackermann4 and Irena Hajnsek5, 6 : MONITORING PLASTIC IN THE OCEANS USING SENTINEL-1 SAR IMAGES (Abstract, Poster)

Dan Martin, Kelly Jones, Dr. Hans-Peter Plag: Modeling the Life Cycle of Plastic: From Marine Debris to the Source (Abstract, Poster)

Kelly Jones (1), Dan Martin(1), Dr. Hans-Peter Plag(1,2): The Coastal Built Environment: A source of Current and Future Marine Debris? (Abstract, Poster)

1200 - 1330:Lunch

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