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Sea and Society Talk: Koster Seafloor Observatory - Marine Citizen Science

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At the new website Koster Seafloor Observatory the public can assist scientists by watching snapshots of deep-water recordings and identify species in these short movies. This Sea and Society Talk will walk you through the different functions of the observatory, present some preliminary results, and discuss the potential of the system for online education, ocean literacy, and marine ecology research.

Do you want to learn more about life in the ocean? Do you want to teach about life in the ocean? Or perhaps you want to analyze the massive amounts of image data collected by our underwater vehicles?

In April 2020, the Ocean Data Factory launched a new website for research and education on marine biodiversity, called the Koster Seafloor Observatory. The website features snapshots of deepwater recordings from the Swedish West coast, especially from Kosterhavet National Park. These short movies document an environment that is otherwise invisible to the public and allows anyone to assist scientists in exploring the deep-water habitats of the Swedish West coast.

The identifications made by the "virtual visitors" of the National park help train our artificial intelligence algorithms, which we use to study long-term changes on the seafloor.

This Sea and Society talk is held as a webinar.


Zoom link: https://gu-se.zoom.us/j/65730584295

Föreläsare: Matthias Obst, Department of Marine Sciences, University of Gothenburg.

Datum: 2020-06-10

Tid: 12:05 - 13:00

Kategorier: Tvärvetenskap, Miljö, Pedagogik och didaktik, Naturvetenskap

Arrangör: Centre for Sea and Society

Plats: Zoom-link: https://gu-se.zoom.us/j/65730584295

Sista anmälningsdag: 2020-06-10 kl. 12:00.

Kontaktperson: Malin Rosengren

Telefon: 070-8865656

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