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International Ocean Colour Coordinating Group
Scientific Programme
The International Ocean-Colour Coordinating Group (IOCCG) was established in 1996 following a resolution endorsed by the Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS). The group is made up of an international Committee of experts comprising representatives from both the provider (Space Agencies) and user communities (scientists, managers). The main objectives of the IOCCG are to develop consensus and synthesis at the world scale in the subject area of satellite ocean colour. Specialised scientific working groups are established by the IOCCG to investigate various aspects of ocean-colour technology and its applications, and to publish IOCCG Reports on their findings. The IOCCG also has a strong interest in capacity building, and conducts and sponsors advanced training courses on applications of ocean-colour data in various developing countries.
The IOCCG is an Affiliated Program of the Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research (SCOR), and an Associate Member of CEOS. The activities of the IOCCG are supported by financial contributions from national Space Agencies and other organisations, and upon infrastructure support from SCOR.