UG2 Workshop 2022
We are so excited to be part of the upcoming Underwater Glider Workshop located in Seattle, Washington. This event is facilitated by the Underwater User Group, an organization supported by the Consortium for Ocean Leadership and IOOS (Integrated Ocean Observing System).
From the organizers:
“The third UG2 workshop will help strengthen and coordinate underwater glider activities for marine monitoring, services, and scientific research as well as provide an opportunity for collaboration between U.S. UG2 and the broader global community. The goals of the workshop are to: 1) share research and development accomplishments across the community and 2) refine and build-on deliverables for the Underwater Glider User Group.
This workshop will bring together the global underwater glider community to strengthen international collaboration through community dialogue, exchanges of information, sharing of experiences, and development of best practices to support the glider community. The event will consist of plenaries, break out sessions, glider lab tours, and poster sessions and vendor booths spread out over 2.5 days.”
This year, Sea-Bird Scientific will be facilitating a presentation – see more details below:
Want to reserve your spot? Register now here. This year, the workshop is focusing on the following themes:
- Coordinated Operations
- Documenting Best Practices
- Connecting with Industry
We’re looking forward to seeing you there!
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