SOPAC Compendium Project
SOPAC Compendium Project
 Compendium
Digital collection of the entire body of knowledge of CCOP/SOPAC from 1972 to 2010

Listing Projects - Country of Australia (181)

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TitleDescriptionCategoryTypeProject Year
Energy Technologies and ICT Improved knowledge, understanding and application of new and developing energy technologies and ICT in all member countries by 2009. Energy (E) Activity/Task 2006
Interactive Graphical Ocean Database System (continued) To implement and maintain an interactive graphical Ocean database for CTD and ADCP profile data. Coastal Processes (CP) Activity/Task 2002
Pacific Islands Marine Data and Observations Training Workshop PI-GOOS via the OIP-based Coordinator facilitates regional access to a wide range of remotely-sensed oceanographic monitoring products. In many cases such products are freely available (e.g. NOAA’s coral beaching warning system) however regional awareness of these products and how they can be used is poor. In recognition of this, PI-GOOS partnered with SPSLCMP to jointly resource and organise a data awareness and training workshop in Nadi, Fiji, September 2008. Participants from all member States attended and a range of freely available products were demonstrated, including examples of how such products can be accessed and used to support in-country decision making, planning and environmental monitoring. Coastal Processes (CP) Workshop 2008
Regional Workshop on Potential Applications of Ocean Observations for the Pacific Islands Region A regional workshop Potential Applications of Ocean Observations for the Pacific Islands Region was convened in Nadi Fiji from 4 to 7 October 2002 and registered approximately 75 participants from twenty-one countries. The major aim of the workshop was to provide a forum to enhance awareness of regional issues and problems with regard to their needs and requirements for ocean observing systems data and products. Coastal Processes (CP) Workshop 2002
22nd Session of the Governing Council of SOPAC and the 22nd Session of its Technical Advisory Group (TAG) The 22nd session was hosted by Suva, Fiji and attended by Member countries of Australia, Cook Islands, FSM, Fiji, Guam, Kiribati,. Marshall Islands, New Zealand, PNG, Solomon Islands, Kingdom of Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu and Western Samoa. New Caledonia and Tahiti Niu are Associate Members. An observer representing Niue also attended. General (G) Meeting 1993
Development of a Maritime Boundaries Program (continued) To secure funds for enabling the effective implementation of the maritime boundaries project, transferred from the Forum Fisheries Agency [FFA] to SOPAC in 2000. Maritime Boundaries (MB) Activity/Task 2001
Underway Marine Geophysical Data Management at Techsec: Proposal for Reorganization The main objective of the proposed work is to enable SOPAC to run ORSTOM's last version of GEOMER and to develop specific capabilities to meet SOPAC member countries needs within SOPAC Work Programme. The GEOMER database is dedicated to the management of marine geophysical data, it allows fast retrieval Data Management (DM) Proposal 1990
Marine geologic and geophysical investigations in the Solomon and Coral Seas Field operations were partly fulfilled by joint cruise on RV Sonne in 1978. Cruises (C) Survey 1978
Reimbursable (external) publishing Publishing assistance to member countries and cooperating agencies continued on an as-requested, and charitable basis when time and resources permit. Uncategorised (UC) Activity/Task 2000
Establishment of a Regional Disaster Management Program At the 1995 Forum Meeting, SOPAC was given the directive to be the lead agency to coordinate regional disaster management activities. In 1996, paper was submitted seeking Council's endorsement to establish a Regional Disaster Management Program within the Secretariat. The "Proposal for a Long-term Disaster Management Framework for the South Pacific Region" was developed under AusAID sponsorship. This was attached with the paper and it emphasised the need for a regional approach. Disaster Risk Management (DRM) Proposal 1996
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