Ocean Conservancy Uses AWS to Better Understand Stressors on the Ocean – #AWS

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Using AWS, the Ocean Conservancy is running simulations to better understand stressors on the ocean and the intricate and potentially catastrophic effects climate change is having on our underwater ecosystems. Ocean Conservancy’s Ocean Systems Interactions, Risks, Instabilities and Synergies (OSIRIS) Project borrows methodology that has been effective in improving predictions for the economy and data networks. It’s goal is to accelerate understanding of risks, and identify early indicators of major changes, to help guide global policy and improve local decision-making in condensed timescales. OSIRIS seeks to bring a new modeling technique to the research community and drive its adoption among researchers studying various regions and problems in the ocean system.

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