On June 28-30, 2021, MBARI, OCB, and US CLIVAR co-hosted a virtual community workshop to:
- Introduce the new NSF-funded GO-BGC program to the global scientific community
- Discuss and innovate on scientific applications of GO-BGC data
- Provide background information on the flow of data and archiving
- Deliver hands-on tutorials and computer code for accessing GO-BGC data
The workshop included global participation, with ~100-120 participants in attendance each day. Tutorials to support biogeochemical float data access and visualization were provided in three programming languages (Matlab, Python, R). View curated science talks (now available) and Webex recordings, and programming tutorials and code (to be posted soon) on the workshop website.