We are pleased to co-organize a European Maritime Day (EMD 2023) workshop ‘Sustainable ocean observation, from open sea to coast: shared responsibilities‘, to take place on on 25 May 2023 at 14.30 – 15.45 CET. The event is co-organized by Ifremer, Eurofleets+, Euro-Argo ERIC, Esprit de Velox, EMODnet, EOOS, and EuroGOOS. In the face of… Read more »
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ASSW 2023 meeting: Towards an Arctic GRA
During the Arctic Science Summit Week (ASSW) 2023 in Vienna, EuroGOOS and Arctic ROOS, together with international partners, held a roundtable meeting to discuss the prospect of developing a GOOS Regional Alliance (GRA) for the Arctic. The meeting summarised the current landscape of ocean and sea ice observing networks and systems in the Arctic, presented… Read more »
EuroGOOS International Conference – Call for Abstracts open!
Call for abstracts is open for the EuroGOOS International Conference (3-5 October 2023, Galway). Deadline for submission is 16 April. This year marks an anniversary edition of the EuroGOOS Conference, which has provided a focal point for European operational oceanography for nearly 30 years. This edition has been endorsed as an official event of the… Read more »
EOOS Strategy 2023-2027 launch: “Advancing EOOS – the foundation of European ocean knowledge”
Europe needs strong and connected ocean observing capacities. This is necessary to understand, benefit from and respond to the dynamic ocean environment that is essential for life on Earth, especially in the face of ongoing climate change and its implications for European societies. By synergistically federating and further developing its ocean observation capabilities as the European… Read more »
DOORS Multi-Actor Forums for the Black Sea and new Ocean Literacy Network
The EuroGOOS Office is leading stakeholder engagement in the EU DOORS project, Developing Optimal and Open Research Base for the Black Sea. As part of stakeholder engagement, national Multi-Actor Forums (MAF) are held, facilitated by Athena RC, Greece. The events are taking place in Bulgaria, Georgia, Romania, and Türkiye during 2022 and 2023. Scroll down… Read more »
Sustainability panel debate of Malizia Sustainability Programme (The Ocean Race)
The Team Malizia‘s science and education programme is immersed in the climate and ocean campaign “A Race we must win – Climate Action Now!”. On the occasion of The Ocean Race, the Team Malizia has organised the first sustainable debate panel “Ocean & Climate change – understanding the interdependencies, risks and consequences and why data… Read more »
EU4Ocean second wave project kicks off!
The European Union’s EU4Ocean initiative connects diverse organisations, projects, and people that contribute to ocean literacy and the sustainable management of the ocean. Supported by the European Commission, this bottom-up inclusive initiative aims at uniting the voices of Europeans to make the ocean a concern of everyone. EuroGOOS is a founding member of the EU4Ocean… Read more »
BOOS Annual Meeting 2022
BOOS Annual Meeting was hosted by DMI in 14 December in 2022, as an online meeting. 32 participants from 17 BOOS partners and EuroGOOS Office joined the meeting. The morning session focusing on BOOS cooperation. First BOOS Chair welcome new partner contacts from IOUG (Poland), LVGMC (Latvia), EPA (Lithuania) and KU (Lithuania), and gave an… Read more »
Merry Observing and Happy New Year from all of us in EuroGOOS!
At the end of every year, we traditionally write a letter to all those interested in EuroGOOS and our valued members. As we are preparing for the year ahead, let’s take a moment to look back at 2022 – a major year for our community. In 2022, the European ocean observing partnerships got stronger. Through… Read more »
Special Issue “New Frontiers Research on Ocean Observation”
Submissions are invited to the special issue of Journal of Marine Science and Engineering in the section Physical Oceanography. The issue tackles new frontiers in ocean observing and research in a broad context, underpinning the scientific knowledge, data and information, and applications and services. Contributions are expected to cover both in situ and remote… Read more »