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Roughly 64% of our oceans are marine areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ), i.e. the international seabed area and the high seas.
RETROUT is a project that develops and promotes the Baltic Sea region as a coastal fishing tourism destination with the focus placed on the sea trout.
RITMARE is the leading Italian national marine research project for the period 2012-2016. The project has been structured around three key objectives:
RO-CEO project is meant to increase the capacity of Romanian organizations to contribute to ESA’s Earth Observation programmes and projects, by setting-up the Romanian Cluster for Earth Observation, a formal association of organizations, with its
SASMAP’s purpose was to develop new technologies and best practices in order to locate, assess and manage Europe’s underwater cultural heritage in more effective ways.
Hav möter Land (Sea meets Land) shall contribute to the long-term sustainable utilisation of the value represented by Kattegatt and Skagerrak coastal and sea area.
The SeaDataNet I (2006-2011) & II (2011-2015) Projects were first established in 2006 in order to consolidate marine data sets which are vital for marine research across 35 countries which have coasts along Europe’s seas.
The main aim of SeaGIS is to improve the knowledge for and about MSP and make it more accessible in order to increase the possibilities of ecosystem based regional planning of marine areas and to create a common platform for knowledge storing, pla
SeaGIS 2.0 is a follow-up project to the SeaGIS project. The main objective of the project is to promote a sustainable use of the marine environment and a responsible use of marine resources.
The objective of this project is to implement a restricted number of relevant indicators to check the National Ocean Strategy 2013-2020 results, considering a sustainable development perspective.
The SEANERGY 2020 project formulated concrete policy recommendations on how to best deal with maritime spatial planning (MSP) and remove MSP obstacles that stand against the deployment of offshore renewable power generation.
Developments in the North Sea are ramping up fast and increasingly have cross-border impacts or are planned across borders. The growing need for offshore wind park construction will be one of the main drivers for such developments.