ICAN 9 Workshop Detailed Agenda

ICAN 9: Local to Global
Benefits of Coastal Web Atlas Sharing & Connectivity

September 27 - 29, 2021

2pm-5pm UTC

Workshop is FREE and available LIVE in English, Spanish, Portuguese, French

Register for the Workshop here!

**NOTE** All times are approximate, as organizers may need to adjust the agenda as circumstances arise.

 

Session I: Sept 27th


Coastal Atlas Community

Monday September 27, 14:00 UTC

Aiming to introduce new and established resources and connect with the wider coastal web atlas community

Co-Hosts:
David Hart, University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute
Ned Dwyer, Randbee Consultants


Part I

(90 minutes)


  • 14:00 UTC - Welcome & Housekeeping

  • 14:05 UTC - Discussion with Marina Psaros
    The Atlas of Disappearing Places

  • 14:35 UTC - Panel Session

    • Conor Delaney
      European Atlas of the Seas

    • Lory Cary-Kothera
      NOAA Digital Coast

    • Anja Kreiner
      Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem

    • Carolina García Valencia
      Caribbean Marine Atlas 2

  • 14:54 UTC - Panel Discussion, Moderator: David Hart

  • 15:30 UTC - Break - 15 Minutes


Part II

(75 minutes)


  • 15:45 UTC -Welcome Back - Ned Dwyer

  • 15.48 UTC - Matt Gummery
    Global Fishing Watch

  • 16:01 UTC - Fabian Reith
    Global NBS Atlas

  • 16:06 UTC - Marie-Michelle Simard
    Development of the Canadian Marine Spatial Planning Atlas

  • 16:11 UTC - Silvia Sartor
    Santos Web Atlas: Tool for integrated management: from academic data to practical knowledge

  • 16:16 UTC Robert Devoy and Sarah Kandrot
    Coastal Atlas of Ireland

  • 16:29 UTC - Will Bartsch
    The Minnesota Natural Resource Atlas: Making Spatial Data Accessible

  • 16:34 UTC - David Hart
    Enhancing the Wisconsin Coastal Atlas as a Resource to Support Adaptive Coastal Management

  •  16:47 UTC Session I Wrap-up - Ned Dwyer

 


Session II: Sept 28th


Atlases, the UN Decade & the SDGs

Tuesday September 28, 14:00 UTC

Aiming to explore how Coastal Web Atlases can contribute to and link in with the UN Decade of Ocean Sciences and the Sustainability Goals

Co-Hosts:
Andrew Sherin, former Director, COINAtlantic
Kate Sullivan, Professor of Anthropology, California State University Los Angeles


Part I

(80 minutes)


  • 14:00 UTC - Welcome & Housekeeping - Andrew Sherin

  • 14:05 UTC - Francisco Arias Isaza, Director General, INVEMAR, Columbia
    UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development

  • 14:20 UTC - Leila Brito Neves and Martin Visbeck, Cabo Verde Ocean Decade Committee
    Digital Twins of the Ocean UN Decade Programme

  • 14:35 UTC - Jan Newton, Northwest Association of Networked Ocean Observing Systems , USA
    NANOOS as a Nexus Organization in the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development

  • 14:50 UTC - Brianna Bambic, Program Manager, Field Engagement Allen Coral Atlas
    Allen Coral Atlas: A new tool for coral conservation

  • 15:05 UTC - Dr. Britt Alexander, Science Officer, European Marine Board
    European Marine Board contributions to the Ocean Decade

  • 15:20 UTC - Wrap-up Part I - Kate Sullivan

  • 15:25 UTC - Break - 15 Minutes


Part II

(80 minutes)


  • 15:40 UTC -Welcome Back - Kate Sullivan

  • 15:45 UTC - Panel Session

    • Stan Johnson, CEPI Coordinator
      Bras D’Or Collaborative Environmental Planning Initiative

    • Carolina García Valencia
      INVEMAR, Caribbean Marine Atlas 2

    • Silvia Sartor
      Santos Web Atlas

    • Dr. Evan Andrews, Too big To Ignore
      Blue Justice

    • Mitchell Harley
      CoastSnap

    • Matthew Gummery
      Global Fishing Watch

    • Mirella de Olivier Leis,
      Ocean Frontier Institute Knowledge Mobilization

  • Panel Discussion

  • Audience Discussion

  • Session II Wrap-up - Andrew Sherin

 


Session III: Sept 29th


Sharing your Atlas with the World

Wednesday September 29, 14:00 UTC

Aiming to explore how Atlases can share their content more effectively and
make connections to the OceanInfoHub project

Co-Hosts:
Adam Leadbetter, Data Management Team Leader, Marine Institute, Ireland
Lucy Scott, Ocean InfoHub Project Manager


Part I

(80 minutes)


  • 14:00 UTC - Welcome & Housekeeping - Adam Leadbetter

  • 14:05 UTC - Ben Skinner
    Components of the Strait of Georgia Data Centre

  • 14:20 UTC - Tanya Haddad
    Data Sharing in the West Coast Ocean Data Portal

  • 14:35 UTC - Leonardo Arias
    Technical tools of the Caribbean Marine Atlas 2

  • 14:50 UTC - Terry Curran
    How the Strait of Georgia Data Centre was implemented in an Evolving Environment

  • 15:05 UTC - Adam Leadbetter
    High level introduction to Linked Data / structured data and Schema.org

  • 15:20 UTC - Wrap-up Part I - Adam Leadbetter

  • Break - 15 Minutes

 


Part II

(80 minutes)


  • 15:35 UTC - Welcome Back - Lucy Scott

  • 15:40 UTC - Lucy Scott
    High level introduction to OIH and ODIS as a use case

  • 15:55 UTC - Adam Leadbetter
    Review of technology stacks used by the ICAN community

  • 16:10 UTC - Discussion
    Fitting Schema.org into your technology stack

  • 16:25 UTC - Video Demonstration
    Ocean Infohub Spatial Maps Pattern

  • 16:40 UTC - Invited interventions and free discussion

  • 16:55 UTC - Session III Wrap-up, Lucy Scott

  • 17:00 UTC - Adjourn - thank you for attending ICAN 9!

 


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