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Fantastic Oceanographic Program laid on in Brest for European Odyssey participants

Photo Oceanopolis

Photo Oceanopolis

If you are nearby on 23 July, there is space for interested sailors to attend.

0930-1230 Guided tour (in English) of Oceanopolis
1230-1600 Lunch and free time (local specialities available for lunch at Oceanopolis)
1600-1830 Conference : Contribution of sailors to scientific research programs in Oceanography and Meteorology

  • Sylvie Pouliquen (Ifremer/Coriolis)
    Oceanographic data: why it is needed, and what it is used for
  • Nathanaële Lebreton (SHOM/Coriolis
    The functioning and deployment of an Argo float
  • Mathieu Belbéoch (JCOMMOPS)
    JCOMMOPS and JCOMM – crossroads of the ocean observation programs
  • Martin Kramp (JCOMMOPS)
    Sailing yachts’ contributions: Deployments and SOT Ancillary Class
  • Pierre Blouch (Météo-France)
    E-Surfmar – the surface network in Europe
  • Bernard Stamm (professional navigator)
    The partnership of Bernard Stamm with Océanopolis
  • Jacques Dussol (RIEM)
    The International Network of Eco-Explorers of the Sea
  • Victorien Erussard (EO)
    The Energy Observer Project
  • Pascal Guiraudou (Cornell Sailing)
    Cornell Sailing Odyssey Events
  • Anne-Cécile Turner (RfW, tbc)
    Race for Water Foundation
  • Michel Huchet (VSF, tbc)
    Sails without Borders
  • Cindy Guillement (OSC, tbc)
    The OceanoScientific Program
  • XXX (BWR, tbc)
    The scientific program of the Barcelona World Race
1930 Cocktail on-board the schooner “La Recouvrance

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