Marine Debris Indicators: What’s Next?

An IEEE OES event
16-18 December 2019 – Brest, FRANCE

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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.

Brief Biography

Artur Palacz

Artur holds a B.Sc. in Geosciences & Astrophysics from Jacobs University in Bremen, Germany (2006) and a Ph.D. in Oceanography from the University of Maine in Orono, Maine, USA (2011). He took advantage of this transdisciplinary education to explore innovative approaches to combining multi-platform ocean observations with ecosystem model results while contributing to numerous national and international, regional and global projects, as well as scientific assessments. Currently working as Assistant Professor at Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences in Sopot, Poland, Artur is also Project Officer at the International Ocean Carbon Coordination Project. He is a member of the Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) Executive Council.

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