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.
The conference will be organized in virtual. The new deadline for abstract submission is 31st July.
LifeWatch ERIC is looking to hire a Project Manager for [...]
Registration open for the webinar: “Stronger Together: European Cooperation for Polar Science and Society”
EU-PolarNet - the world’s largest consortium of expertise and infrastructure [...]
The 9th EuroGOOS International Conference will take place on 14-15th October 2020 in Brest, France. The deadline for abstract submission is 31st May.
EMSO ERIC is launching a Vacancy Call for a position [...]
Due to the recent developments of the COVID-19 outbreak, the organizers have decided to postpone the 9th International workshop on MARine TECHnology (MARTECH) to June 2021.
Studying samples that date back to 1985, National Oceanography Centre (NOC) scientists have discovered that the key scavengers of the deep-sea floor have changed in a way that matches changes in surface ocean climate. The work has also discovered a new species in the giant amphipod genus Eurythenes
New Paper on the Integrated Strategy of the European Marine Research Infrastructures for Ocean Observations
A new paper titled “Toward a Comprehensive and Integrated Strategy [...]