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The Census of Marine Life was a global network of researchers in more than 80 nations engaged in a 10-year scientific initiative to assess and explain the diversity, distribution, and abundance of life in the oceans.  The world's first comprehensive census of the past, present, and future of life in the oceans was released in October 2010.


At the Long Beach, CA meeting

Mapping and Visualization events at the Long Beach meeting, Feburary 1-5, 2009.

Talks, Workshops and Doctor Visits

In the plenary meeting on Sunday aftenoon, Pat Halpin will describe the role of the mapping & Visualization program, collaborative efforts with Google and National Geographic as well as the specifica opportunities to interact with the M&V team during the all-program meeting week and beyond.

The Census of Marine Life Mapping & Visualization team will be running workshops and  "Doctor's Office" sessions from Monday through Wednesday at the Long Beach All-Program meeting.

The purpose of these sessions are to help Census project and synthesis teams to:

  • Learn about emerging mapping tools and technologies;
  • Ask questions about specific mapping, data or tool questions; and
  • Develop plans and schedule future assistance from the M&V team.

Meetings with the M&V Team

Sign up for one-on-one Doctor's Office meetings and Workshops

Signup Sheet Meeting with M&V Team on Monday, Feb 2, Morning
Set up a meeting between 8:30 AM and Noon.
Signup Sheet Meeting with M&V Team on Monday, Feb 2, Afternoon
Set up a meeting between 1PM to the end of the day
Signup Sheet Meeting with M&V Team on Wednesday, Feb 4, Morning
Set up a meeting between 8AM to 11AM


Sign up for workshops on Tuesday Feb. 3

Signup Sheet Workshop on Internet Mapping and Google Earth
Tuesday, February 3rd, 9:00 AM workshop
Signup Sheet Workshop on Desktop Analysis
Tuesday, February 3rd 2:00 PM Workshop
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Google Earth SST Animation

Overlaying oceanographic information on Google Earth

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