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European Marine Observation and Data Network

The European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet) consists of more than 100 organisations assembling marine data, products and metadata to make these fragmented resources more available to public and private users relying on quality-assured, standardised and harmonised marine data which are interoperable and free of restrictions on use. EMODnet is currently in its third development phase with the target to be fully deployed by 2020.

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6th EC Marine Knowledge Expert Group (MKEG) Meeting Minutes

In this article, you can find the minutes of the 6th Marine Knowledge Expert Group (MKEG) Meeting (Autumn 2021)

Last update: 15/10/21

10th EMODnet Technical Working Group Meeting - September 2021 - Meeting Minutes

This article summarises the main discussions of the 10th EMODnet Technical Working Group Meeting which took place remotely in September 2021.

Last update: 15/10/21

15th EMODnet Steering Committee Meeting - September 2021 - Meeting Minutes

This article summarises the main discussions of the 15th EMODnet Steering Committee Meeting which took place remotely in September 2021.

Last update: 15/10/21

How accurate are vessel density maps constructed from AIS signals picked up by orbiting satellites?

project kicks off to assess the accuracy in areas of high traffic density where collisions between signals prevent their detection by the satellite sensor

Last update: 04/10/21

10th EMODnet Technical Working Group meeting (Autumn 2021) - Agenda and presentations

Remote Meeting: Zoom 

Last update: 27/09/21

15th EMODnet (Autumn 2021) Steering Committee Meeting - Agenda and presentations

Remote meeting: Zoom (see links for each session below) Dates: Wednesday 8 September 2021 (14:00-17:30 joint), Thursday 9 September 2021 (09:30-12:30) (all times in Central European Summer Time, CEST) Meeting Chair: Jan-Bart Calewaert (Head, EMODnet Secretariat)  

Last update: 27/09/21

EMODnet Secretariat progress update – 2nd Quarter 2021

This report provides an update of EMODnet progress accumulated over the second quarter of 2021, and is based on the quarterly progress reports of the different EMODnet projects (Thematic lots, Data Ingestion Portal) supplemented with updates from the Secretariat. The summary below constitutes the eighteenth update since the start of the EMODnet Development Phase III (2017-2021), and refers to all activities developed within EMODnet for the period April-May-June 2021.

Last update: 30/07/21

EMODnet Central Portal migrates to the 'Europa.eu' domain

The EMODnet Central Portal- EU’s gateway to in situ marine data in Europe and beyond- has moved to an European Commission (Europa) web address: emodnet.ec.europa.eu! This repatriation under a 'europa.eu' subdomain is an important milestone and reflects the long-term commitment of the European Commission Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (DG MARE) to EMODnet as a trustworthy and reliable operational service.

Last update: 19/07/21

EMODnet dialogue on Ocean Best Practices: Special Cross-thematic Session at the 2nd EMODnet Jamboree

The Special Cross-thematic Session on Ocean Best Practices brought together key representatives from the EMODnet and wider European marine data community, and global experts to assess and discuss the current status of EMODnet’s contribution to Ocean Best Practices, including presentations on OBPS, testimonials of the value of existing EMODnet community practices, as well as experiences from the perspective of a National Oceanographic Data Centre.

Last update: 13/07/21

EMODnet dialogue on Citizen Science: Special Cross-thematic Session at the 2nd EMODnet Jamboree

The Special Cross-thematic Session on Citizen Science brought together EMODnet representatives, scientists, NGOs and blue economy SMEs from across Europe to reflect on how EMODnet is cooperating with citizen science initiatives to increasingly expand and diversify its collaborations with data providers and users.

Last update: 13/07/21

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