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EMODNET thematic assembly groups

Each EMODnet action gathers a partnership into a thematic assembly group. There are groups for bathymetry, geology, biology, chemistry, physics, habitats and human activity.  Each group aims to gather to relevant marine measurements within at least two sea–basins, to provide each measurement with comparable descriptors or metadata such as time and place of measurement and quality of measurement. These data are then processed into contiguous data layers over the whole sea basin. In addition maps are being prepared indicating where there are observations, where there are observations but the observations are not available and where the observations are missing. It is intended that all data and map layers be freely available.

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EMODnet themes - presentations Spring 2020

THe EMODnet thematic groups have been presenting their work to other partners during the Coronavirus lockdown

Last update: 18/05/20

EMODnet bathymetry - we've come a long way

presentations given to EMODnet secretariat, EASME, DG MARE and other EMODnet partners

Start date: 20/03/2020 - 08:30
Last update: 24/03/20

Webinar and detailed method of the EMODnet vessel density maps

Vessel density maps are by far the most requested GIS data product by EMODnet Human Activities users, according to a survey carried out in 2016. The maps went live on EMODnet Human activities for visualisation and download on 11 March 2019. The full method that led to the creation of the maps is now available online.

Last update: 25/03/19

New maps show the extent of marine litter in European seas

European marine data integrator EMODnet launches new digital maps of beach and seafloor litter, providing a comprehensive information tool for marine policy and wider society.

Last update: 24/03/19

New insights into European maritime traffic

The new EMODnet digital vessel density maps allows users to visualise vessel movement patterns and the distribution of maritime traffic in European waters. The service provides access to monthly composite maps by ship type for the year 2017 (with more to come). Maps are available free of charge for viewing, downloading, processing and usage for commercial and non-commercial purposes alike from the EMODnet Human Activities portal (http://www.emodnet-humanactivities.eu/view-data.php).

Last update: 13/03/19

EMODnet Secretariat progress update – 4th Quarter 2018

This update is based on the quarterly progress reports of the different EMODnet groups (Thematic Portals, Data Ingestion Portal), and supplemented with updates from the Secretariat. This is the eight Secretariat progress report since the start of the EMODnet Development Phase III (2017-2020) and covers activities developed within EMODnet in the period October-November-December 2018.

Last update: 31/01/19

3rd EMODnet Technical Working Meeting - Draft Agenda

The EMODnet Technical Working Group consists of the data portal managers and developers involved in EMODnet projects. The group meets at least twice per year to discuss common challenges and solutions to provide better services to the EMODnet users.

Start date: 20/03/2018 - 15:15
Last update: 08/02/18

9th EMODnet Steering Committee Meeting - Agenda

The EMODnet Steering Committee meets twice a year to review progress and set the priorities for future developments.

Start date: 21/03/2018 - 15:00
Last update: 21/02/18

EMODnet & Copernicus Marine Service - 2nd Coordination Meeting

The EMODnet-CMEMS coordination meetings aim to foster current collaboration and leverage future mutual areas of benefit between EMODnet and CMEMS

Start date: 14/02/2018 (All day)
Last update: 13/02/18

European Ocean Observing System (EOOS) Conference, 21-23 November 2018, Brussels

The EOOS Conference will bring together the full breadth of ocean observing stakeholder communities from the scientific community, public authorities to industry and citizens to (i) present the wide variety of European efforts from existing observing/monitoring activities to gap analyses, identification of requirements, stress testing the system and assessing cost-benefits; (ii) align data acquisition activities with data processing, management, and sharing infrastructures and initiatives; and to (iii) discuss and strengthen the development of a coordinating ‘cycle’ for evolving EOOS.

Start date: 21/11/2018 - 01:00
Last update: 17/02/19

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