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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 second development phase with the target to be fully deployed by 2020.

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Contact points for EMODnet projects

start and end dates. contact points in projects and EASME

Last update: 20/04/17

Blue Growth Data Challenge Part 1: Engaging Industry - EMD2017 Workshop

Current attempts to engage industry as users or providers of marine data is insufficient to fully unlock the wealth of European marine observations and data for blue growth. This workshop will discuss the challenges and benefits of public-private collaboration towards data acquisition and sharing. Drawing from initiatives such as WOC’s Smart Ocean Smart Industries program, MAREANO project, H2020 Columbus and the EMODnet Data Intestion Facility the workshop will identify best practices to promote industry-public collaborations and facilitate the uptake of data from private sector. It will set the stage for the follow-on workshop Blue Growth Data Challenge Part 2: Offshore Energy Case Studies.

Event date: 18/05/2017 - 17:15
Last update: 12/04/17

Minutes of the 7th EMODnet Steering Committee (SC) Meeting

Date: from 14:00 on Wednesday 14th February until 18:00 on Thursday 15th 2017 Location: : Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts, Hertogsstraat 1 (Rue Ducale 1), 1000 Brussels, Belgium

Last update: 08/03/17

Bathymetry at the “foundation” of sea and ocean science & policy and safe maritime operations

A spotlight on the EMODnet latest results with a focus on EMODnet Bathymetry data and products.

Last update: 06/03/17

Are Europe's marine data fit for purpose? - outcome of stress tests

Stress tests show that EMODnet and Copernicus have made significant improvements in access and usability of EU's marine data but that much remains to be done. Many data are still hidden, unavailable or mutually incompatible. Fisheries impact, river discharges and coastal erosion are particularly troublesome. Efforts are underway to tackle these parameters

Last update: 16/03/17

7th EMODnet Steering Committee Meeting

Letters have been sent awarding contracts to winners of the tenders and the third phase of EMODnet is due to begin. Thee resolution wil be even better, distribution on more chemical and biological species will be available and, for the first time, marine litter and underwater noise will be dealt with.

Event date: 15/02/2017 - 14:00
Last update: 13/02/17

EMODnet Secretariat progress update – January 2017

While the EMODnet community awaits the results of the evaluation of proposals submitted for EMODnet phase III (EASME/EMFF/2016/006), progress continued especially within the framework of the EMODnet Sea-basin stress tests. This EMODnet progress provides an overview of the progress and activities undertaken in the period November 2016-December 2016 and is largely based on the bi-monthly reports of the EMODnet projects supplemented with updates from the Secretariat.

Last update: 20/02/17

Draft annual progress report 2016 for EMODnet

This report presents an overview of the progress of the thematic portals and regional activities achieved during the third year of operation of the EMODnet Secretariat, i.e. in the period from September 2015 to September 2016. This indicator report will feed into a stakeholder report for a non specialist audience.

Last update: 09/02/17

EMODnet Secretariat progress update – November 2016

EMODnet progress update largely based on the bi-monthly reports of the EMODnet projects covering the months September and October 2016, supplemented with updates from the Secretariat.

Last update: 09/02/17

Lunchtime conference on coastal mapping

water shallower than ships' draughts have traditionally not been mapped extensively but increasing use of marine space is leading to a demand for cost effective mapping of underwater topography

Event date: 08/12/2016 - 12:30
Last update: 12/12/16

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