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The European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet)

The European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet) consists of more than 150 organisations assembling marine data, products and metadata to make these fragmented resources more available to public and private users relying on quality-assured, standardised and harmonised marine data which are interoperable and free of restrictions on use. EMODnet is currently in its third development phase with the target to be fully deployed by 2020.

 

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NEWS FLASH

The EMODnet World Base Layer Service offers the highest resolved bathymetric worldwide layout

EMODnet’s new World Base Layer Service (EBWBL) provides a fast and easy access to worldwide bathymetric information, enabling marine knowledge users including industry, scientists, coastal managers, students and the general public, to access high-resolution representations of seabed features from their own computer.

09/22/2020 - 14:00

Celebrate 10 years of EMODnet by joining us at a virtual gathering on 22 September 2020 14:00-17:00 CEST.

BENEFITS

ACCESS THEMATIC PORTALS

ACCESS THEMATIC PORTALS

DATA INGESTION PORTAL

The EMODnet Data Ingestion portal seeks to identify and to reach out to other potential providers in order to make their data sets also part of the total offer. It aims at...

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Bathimetry

BATHYMETRY

Data on bathymetry (water depth), coastlines, and geographical location of underwater features: wrecks.

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Bathimetry
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BIOLOGY

Data on temporal and spatial distribution of species abundance and biomass from several taxa.

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Biology

CHEMISTRY

Data on marine litter and the concentration of nutrients, organic matter, pesticides, heavy metals, radionuclides and antifoulants in water, sediment and biota.

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Chemistry
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Geology

GEOLOGY

Data on seabed substrate, sea-floor geology, coastal behaviour, geological events, and minerals.

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Geology

HUMAN ACTIVITIES

Data on the intensity and spatial extent of human activities at sea.

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Physics
Human Activities
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PHYSICS

Data on salinity, temperature, waves, currents, sea-level, light attenuation, and FerryBoxes.

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Physics

SEABED HABITATS

Data on modelled seabed habitats based on seadbed substrate, energy , biological zone, and salinity.

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Seabed Habitats
Seabed Habitats

EMODnet 2020 and a new decade of ocean opportunities!

At the start of each New Year, it has become our tradition to take a moment to reflect on the past, take stock of our achievements and look forward to what the coming year will bring for our growing network of partners and users.

30 Jan
2020

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Map of the week – Quotas by country and fishing zone

The map of the week features the fisheries quotas (in tonnes) for the different fishing zones and for each of the EU Countries.
17 Jan
2020

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Map of the week – Sediment accumulation rates

The map of the week features the seabed sediment accumulation rates at different locations in European waters.
10 Jan
2020

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Contaminant maps show the widespread, yet largely invisible, problem of contaminants in European seas

We’re excited to announce the release of a new data product available on EMODnet Chemistry: a collection of new digital maps of contaminants. These maps visualise data from more than 100 data providers, following intense work by EMODnet Chemistry of data aggregation, harmonization, analysis and validation.

09 Jan
2020

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Map of the week – Seasonal variation in Zooplankton abundance

In this week’s Map of the Week, we are focusing on some small-sized marine organisms that have a large-scale impact. Zooplankton are small, free-floating aquatic microorganisms including crustaceans, rotifers, open water insect larvae and aquatic mites.
20 Dec
2019

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Map of the week – Coral (coralligenous) Habitats

On the occasion of COP25, our Map of the week features one of the most vulnerable marine habitats, coral reefs, threatened in several ways by climate change.
13 Dec
2019

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