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IOC/ROPME Planning Meeting for the Ocean Data and Information Network for the Central Indian Ocean region (ODINCINDIO), Theran, Islamic Republic of Iran, 2-5 October 2004
IOC (2004). IOC/ROPME Planning Meeting for the Ocean Data and Information Network for the Central Indian Ocean region (ODINCINDIO), Theran, Islamic Republic of Iran, 2-5 October 2004. IOC Workshop Report, 194. UNESCO: Paris. 14, VII annexes pp.
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Document type: Interim report

Keywords
    Information handling; Marine

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Abstract
    The IOC/ROPME Planning Meeting for the Ocean Data and Information Network forthe Central Indian Ocean region (ODINCINDIO) was held in Tehran, I.R.Iran, from2-5 October 2004 at the Iranian National Center for Oceanography (INCO). Themeeting was co-sponsored by IOC, ROPME, and IOGOOS. The meeting wasattended by participants from nine IOCINDIO countries and two countries ofIOCWIO region. The meeting analysed the ocean data and information managementcapacity in the region, identified needs and capacity building requirements. Themeeting reviewed the draft “Proposal for the establishment of the Ocean Data andInformation Network for the Central Indian Ocean region (ODINCINDIO)” that shallnow be entitled “Project Document for the Establishment of the Ocean Data andInformation Network for the Central Indian Ocean region (ODINCINDIO)”. Themeeting recommended that, based upon information received from the participatingcountries, an updated version of the project document, with detailed budgetrequirements, be prepared for consideration and approval by IOCINDIO-IV (early2005), IODE-XVIII (26-30 April 2005), IOC-XXIII (June 2005) and relevantROPME meetings with the view of starting fund requiring activities as soon aspossible in 2005 as detailed in the work plan.

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