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 partnersh… Read more » 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,… Read more » Read More >>

MonGOOS Annual Meeting & workshop on the importance of scales and uncertainties in ocean transport

The Mediterranean Oceanographic Network for the Global Ocean Observing System (MONGOOS) organised its annual meeting in Florence, from the 22nd to the 24th of November 2022, where the workshop on the importance of scales and uncertainties in Ocean Transport and the General Assemb… Read more » Read More >>

Highlights from the 11th FerryBox workshop

The 11th FerryBox Workshop took place on 28-29 September, 2022, at Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon in Geesthacht, Germany. The workshop highlighted the progress within the FerryBox community during the 20 years since the EU FerryBox project started (November 2002) which was, in fact, co… Read more » Read More >>

State of the Global Ocean Observing System in 2022

The United Nations have just released the new Ocean Observing System Report Card – a high-level annual report providing a deep insight on the state, capacity and value of the Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS). The Report Card was produced by the operational centre OceanOPS in… Read more » Read More >>

EuroGOOS and Mercator Ocean International sign a Memorandum of Understanding

EuroGOOS has signed today a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Mercator Ocean International. Mercator Ocean International is a non-profit organization dedicated to global ocean monitoring and forecasting and member of the EuroGOOS Association. With this MoU, the parties agree… Read more » Read More >>

The Technologies of the Science We Need for the Ocean We Want – Report from the EOOS Tech Forum

Ocean technologies, data, and infrastructures are undergoing rapid changes, transforming the ocean research and innovation. Disruptive technologies such as artificial intelligence, big data or blockchain are starting to shape research and innovation cycles. Sustained ocean observ… Read more » Read More >>

Implementing Operational Ocean Monitoring and Forecasting Systems – new guide

The Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) and its Expert Team on Operational Ocean Forecasting Systems released a new guide titled “Implementing Operational Ocean Monitoring and Forecasting Systems”. This document is a new reference for operational oceanography, prepared by 80 aut… Read more » Read More >>

EuroGOOS at the UN Ocean Conference

Many EuroGOOS Member Organizations and the EuroGOOS Office will be present at the UN Ocean Conference (UNOC 2022). This is a milestone event bringing together the global communities across all sectors of society for high-level and comprehensive dialogues about ocean sustainabilit… Read more » Read More >>

General Assembly of the EU DOORS Black Sea project – main highlights and EuroGOOS role

The DOORS project held its second general assembly from 7 to 9 June in Burgas, Bulgaria, hosted by the Burgas Free University (discover some pictures at the bottom of this article). DOORS stands for Developing Optimal and Open Research Support for the Black Sea. This European Uni… Read more » Read More >>

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