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Subject: Connecting ocean science, conservation and management needs and solutions through emerging technologies and approaches Session at Ocean Sciences Meeting
From: Camille Pagniello <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Tue, 14 Sep 2021 09:51:31 -0700
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Dear all,

Please consider submitting an abstract to the Connecting ocean science, conservation and management needs and solutions through emerging technologies and approaches (OT01) session at the upcoming Ocean Sciences Meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA (February 24 to March 7, 2022). 
 
This session will bring people together from diverse backgrounds and sectors to identify what we need, how people are filling the technology gap, and how we go about having more innovation in ocean science, conservation and management (see full description below). 
 
Note, this is a hybrid session. When you submit your abstract, please note whether you prefer a virtual or in person presentation or poster.
 
Abstracts must be submitted no later than September 29, 2021 through the conference website. The session description (below) and instructions for abstract submission can be found here: https://www.aslo.org/osm2022/abstract-guidelines/ <https://www.aslo.org/osm2022/abstract-guidelines/> .
 
We look forward to your contributions to this interdisciplinary session! 
 
Please share this announcement with other interested colleagues and students.
 
Cheers,
-- Session Conveners --
Camille Pagniello (Stanford/SIO), Jack Butler (FIU), Katherine (KC) Wilson (NOAA AFSC) and Noelle Yochum (NOAA AFSC)
 
Session OT01: Connecting ocean science, conservation and management needs and solutions through emerging technologies and approaches

The ocean is vast and dynamic, making it difficult for scientists and management practitioners alike to monitor their conservation or restoration efforts. Despite the current rapid, global advancements in technology, its application to ocean science, conservation and management has been slow and often expensive. Integrating pre-existing, off-the-shelf instruments for ocean applications is often rife with challenges, including adapting them for harsh environments, upscaling the methods and platforms to cover large spatiotemporal scales and handle big data, and incorporating the diverse data outputs into integrated management decisions. The proliferation of novel applications of off-the-shelf technology and machine learning approaches could address these challenges and others associated with monitoring marine species and ecosystems.
We invite presentations from marine scientists, engineers, conservation practitioners, resource managers and policymakers that highlight current technology needs, existing or emerging solutions and/or promising ideas for integrating emerging approaches and technologies into ocean conservation and management efforts. Presentations on current needs should provide a synoptic overview of technology-based approaches and identify gaps in a specific area of ocean science, conservation and management. We strongly encourage presentations on existing or emerging solutions to be in the form of short tutorials that demonstrate the use and application of the tool. Poster presenters will be provided the opportunity during the oral session to give a lightning talk to introduce their poster. A Slack workspace will be created to enable participants to interact and ask questions remotely during and after the conference.




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Dr. Camille Pagniello (Dr./Dr./Dr.)
MAC3 Postdoctoral Fellow
Stanford University’s Hopkins Marine Station, Monterey, California

PhD. Oceanography, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California – San Diego (2021)
MSc. Oceanography, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California – San Diego (2016)
BSc Honours, Co-op: Marine Biology and Physics with minors in Mathematics and Ocean Sciences, Dalhousie University (2015)

(email) [log in to unmask]
(phone) 858-284-9251 (c)
(website) http://acsweb.ucsd.edu/~cpagniel/


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