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MARINE ECOSYSTEM

MARINE ECOSYSTEM

The Oceans host more than half of the Earth’s living species. Changing marine environment affects this huge biodiversity and impacts global environment and human wellbeing.

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CLIMATE CHANGE

CLIMATE CHANGE

The Oceans are a massive solar panel that retains and distributes heat around the globe. A better understanding of its processes is important to mitigate the impacts of climate change.

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GEO HAZARD

GEO HAZARD

The monitoring of seismic, volcanic and tsunami activities in the Oceans will lead to a better recognition of geo-hazards, improving detection, early warning and risk management.

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TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGE

TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGE

Technological improvement of sensors, electronic components control and acquisition systems are developed in EMSO to ensure the Regional Facilities being at the state-of-art.

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LATEST NEWS

The Smart Lobster project at the EMSO SmartBay Observatory

June 30th, 2020|

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.

Air Centre Networking Fridays Special thematic Session on sensors

June 24th, 2020|

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.

UPCOMING EVENTS

The EMSO-Link project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under Grant agreement No. 731036