Following the conclusion of the EMSO Conference: Preparing for UN Decade of Ocean Science,
the participant Research Infrastructures Consortia – EMSO, EMBRC, EPOS, EuroArgo, ICOS-
Marine, and LifeWatch – released a final joint statement.
EMSO Time Series Conference (TSC) 2021
Call for proposals
EMSO is now launching a call for proposals to define the thematic
areas of the conference and to organise and convene it.
Applications are welcome from proponents based in and outside the EU.
Submission deadline: 1st March 2020
The Ocean hosts life and plays a major role
in the complex mechanism of climate regulation.
Monitoring physical and chemical changes in seawater
enables to predict and subsequently
address environmental processes and natural hazards.
A new project named Smart Lobster has recently started at the EMSO SmartBay observatory. The project aims at monitoring the burrow emergence behaviour of the Norway lobster (Nephrops norvegicus) in Galway Bay with the use of a new autonomous long-term deployment imaging device on the EMSO SmartBay observatory.
EMSO CANARY ISLAND team leader Eric Delory will give a presentation on new sensor technologies at the online “Air Centre Networking Fridays” on 26th June. The presentation, titled “Supporting EOVs and FAIRness with smarter sensors”, will be part of a two-hour special thematic session on sensors.