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The Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization(UNESCO/IOC) Regional Training and Research Center (RTRC) on Ocean Dynamics and Climate (ODC) was officially established through one agreement signed by IOC and the host institute, the First Institute of Oceanography (FIO) of China at the 8th Intergovernmental Session of UNESCO/IOC Sub-Commission for the Western Pacific (WESTPAC-VIII) in Bali, Indonesia on 11 May 2010, which was the first RTRC of the UNESCO/IOC. ODC was officially inaugurated on 9 June 2011 in Qingdao. And the cooperation agreement with the work plan for 2015-2020 was renewed through the exchange of letters in 2015.
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【Postponed】The 10th ODC Training Course on Regional Application of Coupled Climate Models

First of all, please allow us to take this opportunity to express our gratitude for your interest and anticipation for the 10 th UNESCO/IOC-RTRC-ODC Training Course on Regional Application of Coupled Climate Models. Due to the influence of

【First Announcement】The 10th ODC Training Course on Regional Application of Coupled Climate Models in 2020

The 10 th UNESCO/IOC-RTRC-ODC Training Course on Regional Application of Coupled Climate Models 13-22 July 2019, Qingdao China Online Registrationis now Open! (Deadline: 24:00 GMT+8, 27 March 2020)

Call for Papers: Celebrating 10th Anniversary of ODC Center

Deadline for submissions: 13 JAN 2020 The UNESCO/IOC Regional Training and Research Center (RTRC) on Ocean Dynamics and Climate (ODC) were officially established in 2010. The ODC center organizes annual training course, several workshops an

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