The OceanoScientific Association is a non-profit association governed by French law of general interest, governed by the law of July 1, 1901 and the decree of August 16, 1901. OceanoScientific mobilizes financial and technical resources to carry out data collection campaigns oceanographic at the ocean - atmosphere interface in little or not explored maritime areas, mainly in the Antarctic circumpolar current (Southern Ocean), under the three major continental capes: Cape of Good Hope (South Africa), Cape Leeuwin (Australia) ) and Cape Horn (Chile).
The OceanoScientific Program , initiated in 2006 by Yvan Griboval, allows the international scientific community to enrich its knowledge about the causes and consequences of climate change through the repeated collection of oceanographic and meteorological data in little or no explored sea areas. scientifically, particularly in the Atlantic, Mediterranean and under the three great continental capes: Bonne-Espérance, Leeuwin and Horn.
The OceanoScientific System (OSC System) is a unique piece of equipment allowing the automatic collection of scientific data at the ocean-atmosphere interface in sea areas that have little or no scientific exploration and their automatic transmission in near real time to the dedicated platforms of the agencies of the UNESCO. The OSC System was developed by a consortium of internationally renowned industrialists and scientific institutes.
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