- Integrate existing and future observational efforts in the Atlantic Ocean
- Fully map the Atlantic seafloor by 2030
- A Digital Atlantic Ocean from pole to pole
Establish the All-Atlantic Ocean Data Space (AAODS) through GEOSS, iAtlantic, AtlantOS and many more
Effectively and efficiently provide quality-checked Atlantic Ocean data to anyone in compliance with the FAIR and CARE guiding principles for data
Actively search relevant data sources from the South and the Tropical Atlantic as well as from the Southern Ocean and collect/archive these data in natural and social science world data centres.
Promote communication and data sharing among scientists through training events, workshops, and strategic planning meetings.
Take advantage of international consortia to support the identification of relevant stakeholders, data sources, networks, key players, and initiatives.
1. Series of webinars: “Metadata standards”, “Accessing and contributing to data products”, “Deploying analysis pipelines on the European Open Science Cloud”
2. Series of workhops: “Data and Policy forum”, “Data infrastructure and stakeholder’s forum”
3. Series of demonstrators of All-Atlantic Ocean Data Space (AAODS) customised data services
4. White paper for the signatories of the Belèm and the Galway Statements regarding data needs