CCAMLR’s online Geographical Information System (GIS) has been given a boost with the release of version 2. Launched in January this year, the GIS has recently been upgraded to enable more user interactivity, including the ability to save and share custom-made maps and views.
Two hundred monitoring, control and surveillance professionals from around the world, as well as experts from related fields, met in February for the Fourth Global Fisheries Enforcement Training Workshop (GFETW). CCAMLR's Fishery Monitoring and Compliance Manager, Sarah Lenel, travelled to San Jose, Costa Rica, to attend the meeting.
Doug Cooper has joined the CCAMLR Secretariat as our new Publications Assistant.
Doug will be working closely with Acting Communications Manager, Doro Forck, to ensure the ongoing quality and standards of CCAMLR's many reports and publications.
Three leading Antarctic organisations have announced opportunities for early career researchers.
CCAMLR, in collaboration with the British Antarctic Survey, has developed an online Geographical Information System (GIS) covering the Southern Ocean.
The GIS is an interactive map showing layers of information according to the user's needs. Its simple and easy to use visual interface belies the depth and sophistication of the underlying data.
Mr Martin Exel, Chairman of Coalition of Legal Toothfish Operators Inc.
The Governor of Tasmania, His Excellency the Honourable Peter Underwood AC, today opened the thirty-second meeting of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR).
Hobart’s annual gathering of international Antarctic scientists and policy makers is under way. Twenty-five flags flying outside the offices of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) in Macquarie Street mark the arrival of 25 delegations from around the world.
The CCAMLR website is a resource for all CCAMLR stakeholders and serves as a tool in the understanding, conservation, management and research of marine living resources in the Antarctic.
As part of the Secretariat’s ongoing efforts to develop and improve the website, for all users, we would be grateful if you would take the time to participate in our survey.
This internship involves an approximately 6–10 week supervised placement in the CCAMLR Secretariat as an intern with a special interest in one or more disciplines covering scientific research, legal, social, economic and policy research.