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.
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.
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.
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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Three days of immersive events in Italy organized by INGV [...]
The risks of ocean acidification, between challenges and solutions to change course
Roundtable organized by EMSO on the occasion of World Oceans [...]
eRImote Expert Group: Remote Instrument Control
As part of the eRImote project, Euro-BioImaging is organizing the second [...]
SAVE THE DATE: Celebrate and take action with EMSO and INGV for World Oceans Day!June 8 @ 8:00 - June 10 @ 17:00 CEST