Support and development of the Ocean Data Portal ( ODP) for distributed system IODE marine data based on the data network NODCs and other sources within the IOC of UNESCO.
In collaboration with the IOC Project Office for IODE ( Oostende, Belgium ) creating an enabling environment and to promote opportunities for IODE nodes under management of marine data and products, as well as providing resources and services IODE ODP .
Assistance in coordinating and monitoring implementation of the work plan to establish AML IODE Committee approved IODE .
Development , deployment and maintenance of tools and specifications IODE ODP;
Promotion of Ocean Data and Information Networks (ODIN ) , and other components NODCs AML to perform the tasks of regional and thematic;
Development , enhancement and maintenance of training programs IODE ODP;
Generate new ideas and perspectives of development of AML MOU;
Promoting collaboration among experts who are actively engaged in integrated management of marine data , representatives of other IOC programs and projects , as well as other organizations and systems (OBIS , WIS , GEOSS , etc.) ifikatsy and software technology E2EDM.
The Partnership Centre for the IODE Ocean Data Portal shall contribute to the planning and coordination of the IODE Ocean Data Portal by:
The Partnership Centre for the IODE Ocean Data Portal shall contribute to the development and implementation of the IODE Ocean Data Portal by:
Training and Promotion:
The IOC Project Support Centre for the IODE ODP will report to the IODE Steering Group for the IODE Ocean Data Portal and to the JCOMM/IODE ETDMP.
These terms of reference were adopted formally by the IODE Committee at its 22nd Session through Recommendation IODE-XII.9 (TERMS OF REFERENCE OF THE PARTNERSHIP CENTRE FOR THE IODE OCEAN DATA PORTAL)
A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between IOC of UNESCO and the Federal Service for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring of the Russian Federation (Roshydromet) on 27 March 2013. Under this agreement the Russian Federation, as host of the Partnership Centre, will provide the equivalent of three staff position and the cost of establishment and operation of the Partnership Centre including equipment and operating expenses.
The Centre was formally inaugurated on 10 September 2013. More information on the inauguration event can be found HERE.