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14 June 2021 - 16 June 2021
EMODnet Open Conference 2021

The EMODnet Open Conference is all about people and partnerships. That is why we had the pleasure to invite the wider community to produce poster pitches that present how it contributes, uses and values EMODnet. You can find the result of their work on this page which will remain accessible until October 2021.

Please find here the book of abstracts.

1. A centralised access point for marine habitat spatial data: The EMODnet Seabed Habitats portal

2. A decade of EMODnet Biology- what the future entails

    3. A satellite-derived-bathymetry (SDB) method for turbid waters: case study North Africa Atlantic Coast

    4. Adoption of SWE toolkit by EU Eurofleets+ project in synergy with EMODnet Ingestion

    5. Animal Borne Ocean Sensors – AniBOS: Introducing a new Global Ocean Observing System network

    6. Applying the IOOS QARTOD quality control toolbox to near-real-time temperature and salinity data available to EMODnet Physics

    7. Argos & Iridium satellite telemetry solutions

    8. Benthic species abundance and habitat affinities: A case study of data refinement, linkage, and enrichment across multiple EMODnet data products

    9. Blue-Cloud: Piloting innovative services for Marine Research & the Blue Economy

    10. Challenges to convince data providers to share data for EMODNET ingestion portal

    11. CLS E-GEAR Program : connected fishing gears #OceanOfThings

    12. Coastal Mapping project results: Towards a European strategy for HR bathymetric data

    13. Combining multidisciplinary interoperable EMODnet data products to support conservation and management of Mediterranean Sensitive Habitats

    14. CorMedNet - Distribution and demographic data of habitat-forming invertebrate species from Mediterranean coralligenous assemblages between 1882 and 2019

    15. DECO - bioDivErsity data Curation wOrkflow

    16. EMODnet Chemistry, a value for Marine Strategies

    17. EMODnet geology and geomorphology: Building harmonized datasets of seafloor geology and marine landforms of the European Seas

    18. Estimation of nutrients transport and metabolism in the Dnipro-Bug estuarine system based on data of the EMODNet Chemistry project

    19. Seabed mapping data translated into standardised marine minerals maps for Europe

    20. First reporting of jellyfish distribution and abundance in the Northern Tyrrhenian sea (summer 2019)

    21. Geological events data in submerged areas gathered and harmonized by EMODnet Geology

    22. Water quality enhanced through monitoring and modelling: the GEREMIA project

    23. Harmonization and dissemination of TSG data from IEO research vessels

    24. How is EMODnet aligned with EOOS? Updates since the EOOS Conference 2018

    25. Integration of Black Sea marine mammals and birds data from CeNoBS project to advance spatially explicit ecological and biological assessments efforts

    26. Linking vocabulary models describing contaminants data from different marine domain communities to facilitate data provision to EMODnet Chemistry

    27. Mapping of the Caspian Sea – a challenge for all states

    28. Marine litter database and associated products

    29. Marine litter in the Black Sea – a growing challenge

    30. Marinefinland.fi – a “one-stop-shop” for national marine data

    31. Measuring depths along the R/V R. Margalef tracks: Improving the IEO contribution to EMODnet bathymetry

    32. Multi-source seamless maps and composite data products serving multiple end users - Seabed geology in the southern North Sea

    33. New technology improves our understanding of changes in the marine environment

    34. Paddling to monitor or monitoring to paddle? A case study on how marine environmental data can help tourism and be supported by water-sports

    35. Pan-European coastal vulnerability: translating incomplete data and information for situational awareness

    36. Preliminary results of the accumulation of marine debris on the shoreline of Fuerteventura and El Hierro islands (Canary Islands, Spain)

    37. RID: The cornerstone of the Marine Research Infrastructures at the European Atlas of the Seas

    38. Seabed geodiversity of the Baltic Sea - EMODnet cross-product based on seabed substrates, bedrock and bathymetry

    39. Coastal measurements for decision making

    40. SOOSmap: A tool to build a community

    41. Submerged Landscapes across European Seas: Harmonising information through the EMODnet-Geology project

    42. Sub-regional data access system in the East Med-Sea

    43. Taking stock of decades of ocean data

    44. Technical solution for harmonizing EU Maritime Spatial Planning within EMODneta

    45. The European Atlas of the Seas, an open data application for the general public powered by EMODnet

    46. Contribution to and use of EMODNET Bathymetry data at the National Oceanography Centre

    47. The Ocean InfoHub Project

    48. The relativity of mapped stable coastlines

    49. The UNESCO/IOC Ocean Best Practices System and the EMODnet Data and Metadata Evolution

    50. Tide against marine aquaculture litter – A knowledge base on marine aquaculture related litter

    51. Towards semi-automated classification of seabed geomorphology using EMODnet bathymetry and seabed substrate data – Western Baltic Sea case study

    52. Use of Web-based Data Server Software at the Marine Institute, Ireland to deliver biodiversity data to EMODnet Biology as one of many data aggregators

    53. Using seabed habitat mapping in Cumulative Impact Assessments: an example based on Posidonia oceanica meadows in Greek waters

    54. Wake up, safeguard and share your marine data with EMODnet-Ingestion.EU

    55. Your data work at EMODnet-Ingestion.EU

    56. Example of use of the EMODnet Bathymetry data

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