Maritime Forum

Maritime Forum Themes

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Copernicus, previously known as GMES (Global Monitoring for Environment and Security), is the European Programme for the establishment of a European capacity for Earth Observation.

Algae, shellfish and nutrients

Non-fed aquaculture can produce protein with a very low carbon footprint. It can also absorb the nutrients that lead to eutrophicatuion in our seas. Can an expansion of aquaculture reduce eutrophication? Are there enough nutrients? What is impact on fishing? This project will find out.

Start date: 14/12/2021 (All day)
Last update: 14/12/21

EMODnet & Copernicus Marine Service - 4th Coordination Meeting

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

Last update: 16/06/20

Improving access to coastal data

EMODnet- Copernicus meeting. rivers, erosion, shallow waters, habitats

Start date: 16/06/2020 - 14:00
Last update: 10/06/20

EMODnet and Copernicus Marine Service: Towards a reinforced partnership

agenda and actions

Start date: 18/09/2017 - 00:00
Last update: 16/12/17

EMODnet and Copernicus Marine Service: Towards a reinforced partnership

Both initiatives have the same operational objective - providing free and open access ro quality-checked data on the marine environment. The aim was to benefit users by consolidating the partnership

Start date: 18/09/2017 - 00:00
Last update: 27/11/17

Copernicus-EMODnet integration seminar

Both initiatives aim to provide data on the marine environment free of charge and free of restrictions of use. The aim of the meeting is to learn lessons from each that can apply to both and to develop ever-closer union.

Start date: 18/09/2017 - 00:00
Last update: 27/11/17

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

Myocean user workshop


Start date: 09/04/2013 - 09:00
Last update: 16/04/13

Copernicus marine service in-situ requirements

Introduction This note presents a short summary of the analyses carried out by GISC relating to essential in-situ data and the observing systems. It also outlines how these systems could be framed for the maintenance and reinforcement of a portal, providing real time access to physical measurements and integration of information system with Copernicus programme.

Last update: 13/03/13

SeaDataNet EMODnet Copernicus Convergence

The meeting was to discuss progress on the EMODnet Physics project and in particular the cooperation with the Copernicus marine service

Start date: 01/03/2013 - 10:00
Last update: 07/03/13


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