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The project aimed at elaboration and establishment of proper management routines of existing dumping sites in Poland, Lithuania and Russia, development of new ecosystem based principles for location of the new sites, testing the developed methodology in the pilot areas and elaboration of recommendation to regional convention on protection of marine environment (HELCOM) on how to locate, monitor and manage the new dumping sites.
The project aims to establish a scientific and technological network for the implementation of an integrated informational system in order to support the Integrated Coastal Zone Management activities.
The ECOMAR project will develop, test and apply a broad range of tools for: - Mapping the potential cumulative effects of multiple human activities and pressures;
The EcoScope project will develop an interoperable platform and a robust decision-making toolbox, available through a single public portal (The EcoScopium), to promote an efficient, ecosystem-based approach to the management of fisheries.
The project is a part of the Blue Growth & Marine Planning Scheme, established under the Union Priority 6 (Integrated Maritime Policy) of Ireland’s EMFF Operational Programme.
Edulis studies the feasibility of mussel culture in offshore wind farms, 30 to 50 kilometers off the Belgian coast.
Tidal power – produced by the surge of ocean waters during the rise and fall of tides – is a major renewable energy source, but the technology is still in its infancy.
The EU-funded EMERGE project aims to study the effects of different emission reduction solutions for shipping in Europe and to develop effective strategies to decrease the environmental and climatic impacts of shipping.
EMOD Net is a long term marine data initiative developed through a series of projects launched by the European Commission’s Directorate -General for Maritime and Fisheries (DG MARE) in 2009.
The aim of the eMSP NBSR project is to enable Maritime Spatial Planners of managing authorities and policymakers from the North and Baltic Sea Regions to reflect on current MSP practices, to learn effectively from each other, and to collectively i
The ENCORA project (European Network on Coastal Research) has been initiated to improve sharing of knowledge and experience within Europe, in two respects: overcome existing fragmentation of coastal expertise and better exploit scientific knowledge in practice and adapt it to non-expert coastal and marine professionals.
The aim of the ENCORE project (Energizing Coastal Regions with Offshore Renewable Energy) is to advance five offshore renewable energy technologies (including wave energy convertors, tidal and river current turbines and offshore floating solar) in