EMSO is a European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ERIC) with the primary aim to lead the advancement of knowledge of natural ocean processes and to understand and evaluate the anthropogenic effects in the water column, seafloor and sub-seafloor, promoting an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach to ocean observation.
EMSO is a distributed infrastructure made up of eleven regional facilities, and four of them are also test sites, located in key places around Europe, from the North East to the Atlantic, through the Mediterranean, to the Black Sea. Observatories are platforms equipped with multiple sensors, placed along the water column and on the seafloor. They continuously measure different Essential Ocean Variables (EOV) e.g. biogeochemical and physical parameters that address natural hazards, climate change and marine ecosystems. These large-scale facilities provide high-quality data at continental scale integrating the EMSO time series with data acquired from other locations.
Commercial users are invited to exploit a portfolio of EMSO’s tailored services to boost their R&D activities related to the development and progress of marine technologies responding to the environmental demands of European society such as the Blue Growth Strategy of the EU H2020 Programme.
EMSO Services for commercial users are offered based on a win-win collaborative strategy, in the framework of Research, Development or Innovation ad-hoc projects with external funds and/or offered on market-based conditions.
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