Seabed substrate harmonisation is done by reclassifying the diverse national data by using a modified Folk classification system. This EMODnet reclassification scheme includes at least five seabed substrate classes and is supported by European nature information system, EUNIS.
EMODnet Bathymetry is pleased to announce the release of the latest version of the EMODnet Bathymetry Digital Terrain Model (DTM). This improved DTM provides users with even greater resolution and coverage of bathymetry across European seas and beyond.
On 14 January 2021 at 17:00 CET, the EMODnet Secretariat and Scientix will be holding a webinar in English for teachers across Europe who wish to learn how they can use the Atlas for interdisciplinary teaching
Ocean observation is essential for the knowledge base of the EU Green Deal. Data are collected by different authorities for different purposes. This initiative aims to achieve a common EU approach for measuring once and using the data for many purposes.
Hans Dahlin has spent 50 years observing the ocean. In this short film he explains how marine data sharing has changed dramatically over the years and why, for him, EMODnet "was a dream that came true."
EMODnet Chemistry's webODV provides fast and easy access to EMODnet Chemistry datasets, and seamlessly lets users explore, visualize and extract subsets of the data simply by using their web browser. No software installation or download of the sometimes very large datasets to the user’s computer is necessary.
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