Changes in coastal sea level caused by the combined effect of surface winds and air pressure have the potential to cause widespread coastal flooding, damage to infrastructure and loss of life.
The low-lying lands bordering the North Sea are particularly vulnerable as was seen most notably in the catastrophic events of 1953. It is expected that climate change will increase the frequency and severity of such events.
Now you can experience the excitement, enthusiasm and creativity of EMODnet’s first Open Sea Lab in our short film. Meet the teams and hear for yourself what they thought about this innovative three-day bootcamp and hackathon to create innovative solutions from marine open data. The OpenSeaLab 2017...
16 Jan 2018
2018 will be an exciting year for EMODnet with work progressing towards bringing users a range of new data layers. We focus here on two new maps currently under development which have been much requested: marine litter concentration maps and vessel density maps.
11 Jan 2018
On 5 and 6 October 2017, the European Union (EU) hosted the Our Ocean conference in Malta. At the Conference, the EU committed to 36 tangible actions to foster healthier, cleaner, safer and more secure seas. Amounting to over €550 million...
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