Dynamic Green Ocean Project
The Dynamic Green Ocean Project was founded in 2000 to improve understanding of the interactions between marine biogeochemistry and climate change, particularly those mediated by marine ecosystems.
Greenocean workshops have brought together theoretical ecologists, modelers and observationalists. Nine workshops have taken place so far to explore how to use new observations and new methods, most recently including machine learning, to improve the representation of ecosystem processes in global ocean biogeochemistry models, and to use these models to better understand the way ecosystems operate and interact with the environment.
This work is supported by the Royal Society (RP\R1\191063).
Most workshops were held at the Laboratoire d’Océanologie de Villefranche-sur-mer (LOV).
Coordinator: Corinne Le Quéré CBE FRS
Royal Society Research Professor of Climate Change Science
School of Environmental Sciences
Norwich NR4 7TJ, UK
+44 01603 592840