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Europe's 2020 strategy recognises that knowledge drives innovation, which in turn brings growth that is both sustainable and smart. For the maritime economy much of this knowledge depends on observations of the rhythms and cycles of the sea. However, the data collected through these observations can only generate knowledge and innovation if Europe's engineers and scientists are able to find, access, assemble and apply them efficiently and rapidly. At present this is not the case. The Commission's "Marine Knowledge 2020" initiative aims to unlock and assemble marine data from different sources and facilitate their use.

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Marine science and research infrastructures Map of the Week – Marine science and research infrastructures

The Map of the Week shows different marine research infrastructures across Europe, including research vessels and embarkable equipment, on-land and offshore research and test facilities in the physical, biological and chemical domain as well as numerous remote and in-situ observation facilities.

Last update: 30/09/22

12th EMODnet Technical Working Group meeting (Autumn 2022) - Agenda

Hybrid meeting: Physical meeting at

Last update: 29/09/22

Map of the Week – Global Ocean Chlorophyll (monthly-mean) Map of the Week – Global Ocean Chlorophyll (monthly-mean)

The Map of the Week shows monthly global surface ocean chlorophyll-a concentration. Chlorophyll is an indicator for the abundance of photosynthetic plankton, the primary producers of the ocean.

Last update: 23/09/22

©Shutterstock/www.shutterstock.com, all rights reserved 2nd EMODnet-Copernicus Marine Thematic Workshop on Coastal Issues

2nd EMODnet-Copernicus Marine Thematic Workshop on Coastal Issues

Last update: 20/09/22

Habitat Descriptors - Biological zones Map of the Week – Habitat Descriptors - Biological zones

The Map of the Week shows the classified biological zones for all European waters used in the European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet) broad-scale seabed habitat model (EUSeaMap).

Last update: 16/09/22

European Atlas of the Seas Ambassadors Map of the Week – European Atlas of the Seas Ambassadors

The Map of the Week shows the 24 European Atlas of the Seas Ambassadors.

Last update: 09/09/22

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OCEAN MONITORING AND PROTECTION TECHNOLOGIES AND SERVICES IN THE ADRIATIC

Creating a strong ecosystem for a sustainable Blue Economy in the Adriatic Stimulating new market opportunities through innovative technologies and solutions Raising awareness of the Adriatic as a vital resource Developing models for sustainable Blue Economy growth in the Adriatic in line with European Green Deal and Digital Transformation

Start date: 30/09/2022 (All day)
Last update: 07/09/22

Interactive help now available in 24 languages European Atlas of the Seas: interactive help now available in 24 languages!

For the start of the new school year, the European Atlas of the Seas is releasing its interactive help tool in 24 languages! With a few clicks in any of the 24 official languages of the European Union, you can now become an Atlas expert and find out everything you wish to know about the ocean, seas and coasts! Use this multilingual tool to easily learn how to use the Atlas and discover all of its features! Send us your questions and your comments by completing the feedback form within the Atlas! Take this opportunity to learn who is behind the Atlas, who its partners are and how users are benefitting with the launch of the Atlas interviews series!

Last update: 07/09/22

EMODnet marine data for the offshore renewable energy sector in the Mediterranean Sea and Black Sea

EMODnet together with EC DG MARE are organizing a series of two online workshops on “EMODnet marine data for the offshore renewable energy sector”. This article provides information on the second workshop on 20-21 October 2022, with a focus on the Mediterranean Sea and Black Sea

Last update: 07/09/22

EMODnet marine data for the offshore renewable energy sector in the Northeast Atlantic, North Sea and Baltic Sea

EMODnet together with EC DG MARE are organizing a series of two online workshops on “EMODnet marine data for the offshore renewable energy sector”. This article provides information on the first workshop on 20-21 September 2022, with a focus on the Northeast Atlantic, North Sea and Baltic Sea.

Last update: 07/09/22

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