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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.



URLs discussed during the workshop

Link Marine Geospatial Ecology Tools
Marine Geospatial Ecology Tools (MGET), also known as the GeoEco Python package, is an open source geoprocessing toolbox designed for coastal and marine researchers and GIS analysts who work with spatially-explicit ecological and oceanographic data.
Link Guess
Network analysis tool demo'd in Ben Raymond's talk
Link Australian Antarctic Data Centre
Ben Raymond's group
Link GeoPhyloBuilder
Xianhua Liu's visualization software
Link Phylowidget
mentioned in Xianhua Liu's talk
Link MamVisAD
Clint Blight's MamVis software
Link Cousteau home CAML-Cousteau expedition tracking page
Research Vessel paths mashup with Google Maps
Link Protect Planet Ocean
MPAs mapped with Google Earth Browser Plugin
Link Google Earth Outreach
Karin Tuxin-Bettman's group at Google
Link More Google links
Karin Tuxin-Bettman's page of kml files and topics mentioned in her talk
Link GeoZui
Colin Ware's GeoZui4D software
Link Turtle Tracking dataset
Sample data from the ArcGIS run though: Duke North Atlantic Turtle Tracking (Requires clicking on an agreement to view. )
Link WoRMS
World Register of Marine Species
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