The demonstrator will improve data management and analytic capabilities for fisheries by:
expanding the Virtual Lab for the FAO Tuna Atlas (tuna and billfish catch data) into the Fisheries Atlas: a global vertically integrated toolset that will manage public fisheries statistical data from ingestion, through harmonization, to publication. The Atlas should have features for data analysis using state-of-the-art assessment models.
Expanding the Global Record of Stocks and Fisheries (GRSF) Virtual Lab that will contain the results of approved status assessments of fisheries, including those from the Fisheries Atlas. GRSF is considered as the key instrument of global fish stock status monitoring and traceability and it aims to be the first global record with uniquely identified stocks and fisheries by consolidating content that exists in various sources.
Finally it will provide an option for synergy with the thematic Food Cloud initiative by development of exposure of relevant information on fish food and nutrition through the GRSF, either as static information, or dynamically loaded.
The workshop “Improving the Knowledge of our Oceans and Seas and bringing them closer to citizens”, jointly organised by Blue-Cloud with AANChOR, AORAC-SA and AtlantOS took place in Brussels in co-location with the All-Atlantic Ocean Research Forum. The event gathered over 90 experts from around the Atlantic to discuss the benefits of establishing a global “Blue-Cloud”.
Our half-day workshop entitled “Improving the Knowledge of our Oceans and Seas and bringing them closer to citizens”, co-located with the All-Atlantic Ocean Research Forum, takes place on the 5th of February 2020 in Brussels. It brings together key players and experts from the blue economy around the Atlantic.