AtlantOS town halls at OSM 2018

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AtlantOS conducted three successful town hall meetings during the Ocean Science Meeting 2018 in Portland, 11th – 16th of February. The first one took place on Monday presenting and discussion ‘Ocean Applications for Societal Benefit from Observations and Models’, the second and third were conducted on Wednesday presenting and discussing ‚Partnership building to advance the integrated global in-situ Ocean Observing Systems’ and ‚Managing the Evolution and Sustainability of Best Practices Across Ocean Science’.

Photo 1: Panel discussion of the town hall on partnership building to advance the integrated global in-situ OOS with Lisa Beal (University of Miami), Truls Johannessen (University of Bergen), Sebastian Swart (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research), William Kessler (NOAA/PMEL/OCRD), and Martin Visbeck (GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel) – left to right

Photo 1: Panel discussion of the town hall on partnership building to advance the integrated global in-situ OOS with Lisa Beal (University of Miami), Truls Johannessen (University of Bergen), Sebastian Swart (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research), William Kessler (NOAA/PMEL/OCRD), and Martin Visbeck (GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel) – left to right

Photo 2: Group photo of the town hall on partnership building to advance the integrated global in-situ OOS with Truls Johannessen (University of Bergen), Lisa Beal (University of Miami), Sebastian Swart (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research), William Kessler (NOAA/PMEL/OCRD), Martin Visbeck (GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel), and Katherine Hill (GCOS) – left to right

Photo 2: Group photo of the town hall on partnership building to advance the integrated global in-situ OOS with Truls Johannessen (University of Bergen), Lisa Beal (University of Miami), Sebastian Swart (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research), William Kessler (NOAA/PMEL/OCRD), Martin Visbeck (GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel), and Katherine Hill (GCOS) – left to right