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A national facility for preserving and distributing marine data
A national facility for preserving and distributing marine data

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The NERC Vocabulary Service (NVS2.0) has been in place since 2012. Whilst the British Ocenographic Data Centre has maintained the original NVS (NVS1.0) service to allow users to switch at their convenience, removal of the NVS1.0 service is necessary to allow future enhancements and functionality to NVS2.0.

From December 2016 the NVS1.0 service, which is accessed from http://vocab.ndg.nerc.ac.uk will no longer be available.

Vocabulary service users should ensure they are using the services as documented from http://vocab.nerc.ac.uk.
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Marine Data Scientist vacancy at the British Oceanographic Data Centre.

Based at either our Liverpool or Southampton site, you will work in our large team of data scientists ensuring that marine data collected on research projects is curated and made widely available for long term re-use.
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The British Oceanographic Data Centre (BODC) is inviting feedback from the UK's underwater noise community about their preferences and experiences of searching for, downloading and interacting with acoustic data holdings.
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Dr Graham Allen, Head of BODC & GEBCO Guiding Committee member and Pauline Weatherall, GEBCO Atlas Manager are welcomed to the GEBCO Forum for Future Ocean Floor Mapping by Shin Tani, Chair of GEBCO Committee.
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The British Oceanographic Data Centre (BODC) has a vacancy for a Software Development Manager.

BODC relies heavily on in-house developed software systems to manage and disseminate complex marine science data sets. Hence, software development is core to our success. The purpose of this role is to lead the BODC software development capability, including: team capability, software development tools, methodologies and technical strategies.

Closing date for applications : 3rd July 2016.
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Among keynote speakers at a major conference on the comprehensive mapping of the ocean floor in Monaco, June 2016, is Dr Robert Ballard, who discovered the wreck of the Titanic in 1985.

The conference, the Forum for Future Ocean Floor Mapping, is being held jointly by the General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans (GEBCO), and The Nippon Foundation, a private philanthropic foundation with its headquarters in Tokyo, Japan.
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For one day of the year the National Oceanography Centre opens its doors to the public, giving a unique view into the ground breaking science and engineering undertaken on this special site.

Come and see the exciting work we do at the British Oceanographic Data Centre.
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The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) is seeking an IT Manager to lead our 30-strong IT Team.

The team delivers the enabling IT services to research scientists, National Marine Facilities and corporate teams totaling 600 users across the 2 NOC sites in Southampton and Liverpool and to a further 400 users of our partners (including the University of Southampton) co-located at our waterfront Southampton location.

The role has everything you would expect in a leading research science organisation: delivery of HPC services, management of network infrastructure, an extensive suite of desktops and associated service desk support and provision of database and web services.

The role is diverse, being responsible for all aspects of IT delivery including team management, budgets, security, relationship management and technical co-ordination.
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'Using a linked data approach to aid development of a metadata
portal to support Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD) implementation'. Poster presentation at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2016. ‪#‎EGU16‬
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The British Oceanographic Data Centre (BODC) will be involved in two sessions and a new data management special interest group at the 17th biennial Challenger Conference. The conference takes place in Liverpool on 05–09 September 2016.
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