Welcome to the Ocean Sustainability Hub
Log into the Ocean Sustainability Hub community page to start sharing and connecting with your project team members, people from other projects, and beyond. Belmont Forum-funded teams will connect and showcase their efforts and initiatives here.
Meeting the Challenges of Transdisciplinary
NO-CRISES researchers presented their preliminary results from conducting a systematic literature review of social science methods used to study ocean conflicts. This was presented as an e-poster at the OCEANVISIONS 2021 SUMMIT May 18-20 2021
Assessment Framework for successful development of viable ocean multi-use systems
Marine Research and Innovation for a Sustainable management of Coasts and Oceans Our models of how environmental change affects biodiversity change in the Wadden Sea (example graph of hytoplankton) are coming together. We only have fish data left to model for the Wadden Sea.
The Oceans CRA Connect page highlights the 13 funded projects, introduces the team members, and showcases their work. Each project has its own group on this platform. Groups are a place to communicate about shared interests with people. Members can create a group to network with each other across all projects.
This page brings together researchers and their societal partners from across the globe.
Together, they develop innovative solutions to accelerate the sustainable use of oceans and minimize the effects of
Oceans CRA Connect page members have the opportunity to network with each other across all projects, and use the page to communicate widely. Share updates about your project, organization. Ask questions to engage in conversations. Post an exciting upcoming event.
- EXEBUS – Variation and Change of Upwelling Dynamics Detected in the World’s Eastern Boundary Upwelling Systems
- EXEBUS – A novel approach to quantify metrics of upwelling intensity, frequency, and duration
- EXEBUS – Thesis, Abrahams 2020
- OCEANS PACT – Oceans of Conflict: Pathways to an Ocean Sustainability PA
Moving towards Transdisciplinarity
This diagram demonstrates the interconnections between different research disciplines involved in Collaborative Research Action (CRA) Ocean Sustainability projects. The graphic labels arcs around a circle with disciplines. The arc length represents the percentage of researchers from the overall pool with degrees in that academic discipline. Where researchers of different disciplines collaborate, chords connect the arcs. A chord’s end width represents the percentage of research from one discipline who are collaborating with researchers from the connected discipline. In addition to the disciplinary interconnections represented here, researchers across the program are engaged with a wide variety of societal stakeholders in knowledge co-production and mapping sustainability pathways.
Academic disciplines are based on the Joint Academic Coding System (JACS 3.0 2012/2013)