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Science and technology offers an opportunity to reconcile the protection of marine ecosystems with the development of sustainable maritime activities


18 April 2012, Brussels

Start date: 18/04/2012 - 10:00
Last update: 19/03/12

7th Meeting of the Marine Research Infrastructure Expert group - 14&15 November 2011


Last update: 25/04/12

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

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

LiCCo project / Le projet LiCCo (Living with a Changing Coast)

Main objective :

Last update: 23/08/11

DIESE Project / Le projet DIESE (Determination of pertinent Indicators for Environmental monitoring: a Strategy for Europe)

DIESE is a 4.5-years project financed by the European Interreg IVa France (Channel) / England programme and the French ONEMA, the office nati

Last update: 19/12/11

Innovation and maritime clusters in the 5 French regions bordering the Channel coastline / L'innovation et les clusters maritimes dans les 5 régions françaises du littoral de la Manche

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Last update: 03/10/11


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