The production and use of ecological forecasts often relies on partnerships between many organizations. The Partners working group is focused on fostering collaborations and forecast co-production among academics, government agencies, industry, NGOs, and citizen scientists. We are also interested in promoting the dissemination of ecological forecasts to help society better understand, manage, and conserve ecosystems.
The Terms of Reference provide an overview of the priorities of the Partners & Knowledge Transfer Working Group.
Partners & Knowledge Transfer Working Group Schedule of Calls:
The Partners Group will meet jointly with the Social Sciences Working Group on February 4 at 12pm US Eastern. Regular calls will then be held on February 25, March 25, April 22, and May 20 at 12pm US Eastern. We are always open to people joining the calls, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Partners & Knowledge Transfer Blog Posts and Resources
- Making Ecological Forecasts Operational: Some Lessons Learned By NOAA, July 22, 2019
- Making Ecological Forecasts Operational: The Process Used by NOAA’s Satellite & Information Service, November 18, 2019
Notes from Working Group Calls
Co-Chairs: Kira Sullivan-Wiley (Boston University) and Christopher Brown (NOAA)