On-Site Inspection Workshop-24: OSI in different environments and events other than underground
But what are the challenges faced if the location of a suspicious event was other than underground, underwater in shallow or deep inland seas, on the high seas, in territorial seas and in areas beyond the jurisdiction or control of any state?
Workshop-24 provided a unique forum for in-depth discussions among OSI experts and generated a number of valuable findings, observations and recommendations on OSIs in different climates or geophysical environments and events other than underground nuclear explosions.
The National Oceanography Centre’s expertise, including legal aspects and its marine equipment contributed to the dynamic discussions taking place. Workshop participants had opportunities to tour facilities related to marine robotics, drilling for sediment core samples and the UK’s national marine sediment core repository, as well as networking with experts in these fields.
Building #OSI Capabilities: @ctbto_alerts ON-SITE INSPECTION (OSI) WORKSHOP-24: OSI IN DIFFERENT ENVIRONMENTS AND EVENTS OTHER THAN UNDERGROUND: 12-16 November 2018 at the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland! pic.twitter.com/AxWCIGfcJk— Misrak Fisseha (@MisrakFisseha) November 12, 2018