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Tara Foundation : Bridging Marine Science to Policy
Romain TROUBLE
Tara Foundation
Executive Director
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With a double degree in molecular biology and business management, Romain is also known for his sailing skills and participations in two America셲 Cup campaigns as sailor in 2000 and 2003. From 2003 to 2006, he worked in a company specialized in polar logistics in the Arctic, Antarctic and in Siberia. He was involved in the organization of adventure, tourist and scientific expeditions, but also in the discovery of frozen mammoths in Siberia. He has been coordinating Tara Expeditions since the beginning in 2004 and has become the Executive Director of Tara Expeditions in 2009. Born in France in 1975.
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Tara Oceans: Eco-Systems Biology at Planetary Scale
Chris BOWLER
Tara Oceans Consortium
Scientific coordinator of Tara Oceans
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Chris Bowler is Director of Research at CNRS and is Director of the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Section of the Institut de Biologie de l섷cole Normale Sup챕rieure in Paris. He completed his PhD at the University of Ghent in Belgium followed by postdoctoral studies at The Rockefeller University in New York. In 1994 he established his own research group working on signaling in higher plants and marine diatoms at the Stazione Zoologica in Naples Italy and in 2002 he took up his current position in Paris. He is one of the scientific coordinators of the Tara Oceans expedition, is EMBO member since 1995, recipient of the CNRS Silver Medal in 2010 and the Louis D Foundation prize from the Institut de France in 2015, an ERC Advanced Award in 2012, associate editor of several major scientific journals, and member of the scientific advisory boards of several internationally renowned research institutes and private companies.
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Translating insights from ocean sciences to policy
Jorge Luis VALDES
IOC-UNESCO (Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission) Ocean Science Section in spain
Head Ocean Sciences
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Dr. Luis VALD횋S SANTURIO (Spain) is, since January 2009, the Head of Ocean Sciences at the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO, and formerly (2000-2008) he has been the Director of the Centro Oceanogr찼fico de Gij처n - Instituto Espa챰ol de Oceanograf챠a (CO Gij처n-IEO). With more than 30 years of experience in marine research and field studies related with marine ecology and climate change, he established in 1990 the time series programme based on ocean sampling sites and marine observatories which is maintained by Spain in the North Atlantic. He has advised various governmental, intergovernmental and international organizations as well as research funding agencies. He has a vast experience in ICES where he has chaired different Working Groups and Committees including the Oceanographic Committee. He also served as Spanish Delegate in ICES and in the IOC-UNESCO.
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Ocean biogeochemistry in Ocean acidification and deoxygenation
V챕ronique GARCON
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique(CNRS)
Senior Scientist
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Dr V챕ronique GARCON is currently the international Chair of the Scientific Steering Committee of the SOLAS (Surface Ocean Lower Atmosphere Study) project (SCOR, WCRP, ICACGP, IGBP soon Future Earth). She graduated from University of Paris VII in Environmental Sciences (Energy and Pollutions) in 1981 and then became a post doc fellow at MIT from 1982 to 1985. Recruited as an Early career scientist at CNRS in 1985, she worked at IPGP in Paris then moved down to Toulouse with a sabbatical stay at Princeton University in 1995 and 1996. Her research themes within the group SYSCO2 for Complex Coupled Systems at LEGOS aim towards understanding and quantifying processes governing fluxes of carbon, oxygen and associated biogeochemical elements in the ocean, using in situ tracers observations, remotely sensed data, coupled physical biogeochemical modeling and data assimilation technics. She is also deeply involved in oceanic biogeochemical climatic monitoring via electrochemical sensors development. She served in the JGOFS SSC, member of the French IFREMER for 10 years, and in many national (CNRS, French Navy,..), European (ESF, EC, EGU,..) and international scientific instances. She has supervised more than 16 PhD students and 14 post-docs fellows. She has published more than 95 scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals. Born in 1956 in France.
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Ocean Exploration and the Birth of Scientific Revolutions
KIM Kyung-Ryul
Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology(GIST)
Chaired Professor
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Currently, Professor Kim is an Endowed Chair Professor of Kwangju Institute of Science and Technology, GIST. He holds a degree in Chemistry from Seoul National University, Korea and Ph.D. in Marine Science from University of California, San Diego (UCSD) in 1983. Before joining GIST, he served as a professor in School of Science at Seoul National University from 1984 to 2013. His work includes issues related to environmental changes in East Sea of Korea by using tracer chemistry; monitoring network building and analysis on Far-east Asian region for long-term observation on the atmospheric trace constituent which cause a global warming and ozone layer depletion.
While serving as a director of Marine Research Institute of Seoul National University, he organized the Summer Ocean School for children to encourage them have more interest in marine science. Also, he has delivered series of public lectures under the title of 쏝eautiful Earth to make people aware of Earth, the sole foundation of mankind 2 hours-long lecture is now available at NAVER (Open Lecture: In & Out of Culture, 2014).
He has published a large number of papers, articles and books on variety of subjects to popularize a science; , 쏬earning of Global environment with Nobel Prize, 쏥uide for Ocean Exploration, Chemistry and 쏣arth Story, 50-serial of monthly magazine 쏶cience and Technology published by The Korean Federation of Science and Technology Societies (KOFST). Recently, he published an introductory science books, 쏮eaning of Time and 쏝irth of World Atlas. Another work, 쏱late Tectonics: New Perspectives on Beautiful Earth introduces a significant meaning of Theory of Evolution in history of Earth System Science and Biology.
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