P2P Workshop Agenda
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Day 1 (Tuesday)slides
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9:00-9:15Welcome and workshop briefingE. Montes
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9:15-9:45
Introductions: name, affiliation, location, study area, expectations (30 sec - 1 min ea * 23 participants + instructors)
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9:45-10:00Networks: SARCE, MarineGEO, and P2P
P. Miloslavich, E. Duffy, E. Montes
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10:00-10:15UN Sustainable Development Goals #14 - Life under waterF. Muller-Karger
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10:15-10:30Coffee break
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10:30-10:40CBD Aichi Targets & IndicatorsE. Klein
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10:40-10:50IPBES Assessment ReportsP. Miloslavich
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10:50-11:00
Cross-referencing GOOS Essential Ocean Variable (EOV) and GEO BON Essential Biodiversity Variable (EBV) frameworks
P. Miloslavich
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11:00-11:15OBIS for data sharing, analysis and discoveryE. Klein
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11:15-11:30Darwin Core (DwC) schemaE. Klein
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11:30-12:00Publishing your data in OBIS: the “how to” of the Integrated Publishing Toolkit (IPT)E. Klein
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12:00-13:00Lunch at CEBIMar
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13:00-14:00Introduction of Research & Data (optional 1 slide each - send template, push to Google Drive): 23 * 2 min ea E. Montes
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14:00-15:00Data Wrangling with R (and reproducible research tools: RStudio, Rmarkdown, git, Github)slidesB. Best
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15:00-15:15Coffee break
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15:15 - 18:00Open computer lab to work with your dataB. Best
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Day 2 (Wednesday)
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9:00-9:10Welcome and workshop briefingE. Montes
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9:10-9:30
Sandy beaches and their inhabitants (physical features, beach morphodynamic, animals on the beach, and their adaptations to live in a 3D habitat
M. Di Domenico
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9:30-10:15Sandy beach monitoring programs around the world, and monitoring programs implemented in Brazil.M. Di Domenico
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10:15-10:30DiscussionM. Di Domenico
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10:30-10:45Coffee break
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10:45- 11:15Aggregate patterns of macrofaunal diversity: An interocean comparisonC.M. Barboza
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11:15-11:30DiscussionC.M. Barboza
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11:30-12:00Storm effects on intertidal invertebrates: increased beta diversity of few individuals and speciesG.N. Corte
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12:00-12:15DiscussionG.N. Corte
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12:15-13:00Lunch at CEBIMar
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13:00-14:15OBIS species matchE. Klein
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14:15 - 16:00
Field trip on the sandy beach. Sample collection and use of infrared thermography for thermal landscape characterization: Field work discussion/data collection - How the temperature affect invertebrate distribution in a sandy beach?
M. Di Domenico
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16:00-16:15Coffee break
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16:15 - 18:00Lab work, invertebrate taxonomy, creating a database
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Day 3 (Thursday)
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9:00-9:10Welcome and workshop briefingE. Montes
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9:10-10:30
Rocky shore monitoring programs: lessons from the Oregon and Israeli Mediterranean coast and a vision for a global network
G. Rilov
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10:30-10:45Discussion
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10:45-11:00Coffee break
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11:00-12:00A mussel’s view of the world: mosaics in environmental variability at biogeographic scalesB. Helmuth
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12:00-13:00Lunch at CEBIMar
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13:00-13:45Microhabitats, climate change and biogeography, with examples from the European coast F. Lima
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13:45 –14:15
Tools, part 1. Field data collection, creating a database and multivariate analysis of biodiversity data
G. Rilov
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14:15-15:00Tools, part 2. Biomimetic and heartbeat loggers, demonstration on local invertebratesB. Helmuth / F. Lima
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15:00-15:15Coffee break
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15:15-15:45Continue with Tools, part 2
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15:45-17:00
Field trip on the rocky shore – observations of patterns measuring thermal landscapes. Logger deployment, infrared thermography (IR demonstration), and use of photo-quadrats
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Day 4 (Friday)
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9:00-9:10Welcome and workshop briefing (Guca message on Cebimar oportunities, Patricia on SCOR)E. Montes
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9:10-10:30
MarineGEO PanAmex Experiment: Predation and fouling community development, exotic invasions and biodiversity - an experimental approach
E. Duffy
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10:30-10:45Coffee break
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10:45-12:00R tools, DwC, OBISE. Klein
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12:00 - 13:00Lunch at CEBIMar
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13:00 - 14:00R Studio, Git and Github - continuationB. Best
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14:00 - 14:30Satellite biogeography and dynamic seascape maps as tools for scaling in situ biodiversity observationsM. Kavanaugh
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14:30 - 15:00
Experiments to study mechanisms behind patterns and to make predictions for the future in the face of climate change
G. Rilov
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15:00-15:15Coffee break
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15:15 - 17:30Action items: Next steps, commitments and timeline
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17:30Adjourn
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