Marine Biodiversity: from the Sea to the Cloud Pole-to-Pole MBON & AmeriGEOSS
As part of the Pole to Pole Marine Biodiversity Observation Network of the Americas (P2P), we are organizing a workshop focused on developing standardized guidelines for the collection of biological observations in rocky intertidal and sandy beaches, formatting of these biological records and data analysis. Due to funding limitations the program is able to cover the costs of up to 15 participants and thus we request that you express in this survey your interest in this activity and, more importantly, your commitment and capacity to start a field monitoring program after this workshop.
Praia do Segredo, São Sebastião, Brazil, August 6-10, 2018
First and last name
Are you interested in participating in this workshop?
If yes, please continue. If not, please provide a couple of sentences describing reasons.
In which of these habitats do you conduct research?
Are you currently involved in a marine biodiversity monitoring program?
If yes, please indicate the name(s) of the program(s)
If yes, please indicate the location of the program(s)
Is(are) the monitoring program(s) under a national, regional or global network?
If yes, please provide the name of the network and literature reference if available
Have you participated in any of the following networks?
South American Research Group on Coastal Ecosystems (SARCE)
Caribbean Coastal Marine Productivity Program (CARICOMP)
Chlorophyll Globally Integrated Network (ChloroGIN) - ANTARES
P2P will provide participants with basic equipment for conducting field observations but lacks the capacity to fund field efforts. If you wish to participate in P2P, would you be able to implement a sampling program in your study area using standard protocols at least one time over the following 6-12 months after the workshop?
Yes, but would require further resources
I definitely don't have available resources
What resources would you require to initiate and sustain a monitoring program in you study area?
As a member of the P2P network, would you agree to share your data through the Ocean Biogeographic Information System (OBIS) without restrictions after an embargo of less than two years.
If you wish to participate in the P2P workshop, to what extend are you be able to cover your travel expenses?
I would need financial support in full
I can cover about 50% of my travel costs
I can cover about 75% of my travel costs
I can cover 100% of my travel costs
How interested are you in incorporating or adapting specific sampling protocols to initiate a monitoring program in your study area as part of the P2P network?
Do you have any questions/concerns/suggestions for the workshop?
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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