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Channel Arc-Manche

Channel Arc Manche Being the main gateway to North West Europe and one of the busiest seas in the world, the Channel is a unique maritime area and a major economic, environmental and social challenge. This page intends to present the work done by CAMIS, a Franco-British cooperation project aiming to develop an Integrated Maritime Strategy for the Channel area. By including contributions from other stakeholders such as the Arc Manche Assembly and other maritime projects part-financed by the Interreg IVA France (Channel) – England programme, this page also aims to highlight the strategic interests and the specific characteristics of the Channel area. Contact: CAMIS project Pauline Blumerel contact@camis.arcmanche.eu + 33 2 35 52 56 96

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Science and Governance of the Marine Ecosystem of the English Channel - Cross-Channel Forum

 

Start date: 02/07/2014 - 10:00
Last update: 28/02/14

Focusing on the Channel – Collection of maps

   

Last update: 20/05/13

SEAGITAL 2011 report (The international event on IT for SEA) / Actes de SEAGITAL 2011 (Les rencontres internationales du numérique au service des activités maritimes)

 

Last update: 29/11/11

Local authorities along the Channel coastline: What actions and what resources to tackle the risk of accidental maritime pollution?/ Collectivités du Littoral de la Manche: Quelles actions et quels moyens face au risque de pollution maritime accidentelle?

Local authorities along the Channel coastline: What actions and what resources to tackle the risk of accidental maritime pollution?

Last update: 29/11/11

The Channel Programme / Le Chantier Manche

The aim of the Channel Programme, developed and led by Ifremer Boulogne-sur-Mer, is to contribute to knowledge in support of the management of marine biological resources by developing a systemic, in

Last update: 13/09/11

The Channel Arc Manche / L'Arc Manche

The Arc Manche is a geographical area made up of the British and French territories bordering or within the English Channel.

Last update: 12/09/11

MARINEXUS project / Le projet MARINEXUS (Our shared sea : mechanisms of ecosystem change in the western Channel)

The MARINEXUS project, co-funded by the Interreg IV A France (Channel) - England programme, aims to reduce adverse effects of human activity on marine ecosystems and to encourage the sus

Last update: 23/08/11

CRESH project / Le projet CRESH (Cephalopods Recruitment from English Channel Spawning Habitats)

Main objective :

Last update: 13/09/11

CHARM project / Le projet CHARM (Channel Integrated Approach for Marine Resource Management)

The project has been selected within the scope of the INTERREG IV A France (Channel) – England cross-border European cooperation programme, co-financed by the ERDF.

Last update: 13/09/11

Chronexpo project / Le projet Chronexpo (Study about the effects of chronic exposure of marine invertebrates to environmental toxic compounds in the English Channel)

Main objective :

Last update: 19/12/11

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