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Preparing a workforce for the new blue economy, people, products and policies, edited by Liesl Hotaling, Richard W. Spinrad

Summary
Preparing a Workforce for the New Blue Economy: People, Products and Policies discusses the Blue Economy, how the industry will develop, and how to train the next generation. The book considers the use of big data, key skillsets, training undergraduate and graduate students, the Transition Assistance Program (TAP) in the US, economic opportunities in African coastal countries, and governmental agencies, non-profits and NGO's. Finally, a broad range of case studies are provided, covering oil spills, commercial fishing, data protection and harvesting, sustainability and weather forecasting, all presented to highlight the educational requirements of the workforce and potential economic opportunities. --, Provided by publisher
Table Of Contents
Front Cover -- PREPARING A WORKFORCE FOR THE NEW BLUE ECONOMY -- PREPARING A WORKFORCE FOR THE NEW BLUE ECONOMY -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- Author biographies -- Foreword -- References -- Further reading -- Acknowledgments -- I - Exploration, observation, and prediction -- 1 - Exploration and technology-key building blocks for the new blue economy -- Sea power-sum of all national uses of ocean space -- Ocean sciences -- Ocean engineering -- Economics test and related public policy -- Man-made constraints -- Exploration-discovery leads to scientific knowledge -- Exploration of the world ocean-the evolution of oceanography -- Ocean engineering-providing the tools to do work in the sea -- Essential knowledge that's needed for the new blue economy -- References -- 2 - Technical advancements to improve ocean understanding -- Overview -- Technology-yesterday and today -- Breakthroughs -- Gaps -- Recent global initiatives on ocean observations, ocean technology, and the blue economy -- What would it take for a well-sensed ocean? -- The blue economy and ocean observation -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 3 - Ocean observing requires a new blue economy workforce -- Network of networks-the US integrated ocean observing system story -- Ocean information applied to mission needs -- Policy and program framework -- Network of networks -- From technology to program integration skill -- High-frequency (HF) radar use case -- Research and development and innovation -- Integrating and partnering to meet stakeholder needs -- Pipeline for talent expertise and leadership -- Pipeline examples -- The ocean enterprise as employer -- Workforce needs and pipeline of tomorrow -- Now and into the future with this successful recipe (technology, programs, and resources) -- References -- 4 - Ocean modeling -- Introduction -- Operational oceanography
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Copyright
Physical Description
1 online resource (636 pages)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9780128214312

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