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How can you “Sea Change” that occurs over 500 years?
New Sea Change Resources Launched to Support a Healthier Ocean
Many of the detrimental changes that are occurring in the ocean are out of sight, and therefore out of mind. To coincide with the upcoming ‘Our Ocean’ conference, a major global event on international ocean governance hosted by the European Union (EU) in Malta this year, the E...
Record Number: 141740
Last updated on: 2017-10-09
Think Big, Think Ocean Video Contest Now Open
Have you got a creative, innovative idea for how to increase people’s awareness and appreciation of the ocean? If so, you should enter the Sea Change project’s 'Think Big, Think Ocean' video contest
Record Number: 130085
Last updated on: 2016-01-11
Turning ABCs into ABSeas – Engaging Education Stakeholders to Bring Ocean Literacy to European Schools
Teachers, outreach workers, curriculum designers, media representatives, government agencies, parents and students across Europe are coming together under the Sea Change project ( to discuss key issues associated with incorporating topics related to ‘Oc...
Programme: H2020
Record Number: 132396
Last updated on: 2016-04-14
Robust Autonomous Sensors to Revolutionise Marine Monitoring
With the COMMON SENSE project now in its final year, impressive progress is being made towards achieving the project’s aims of developing low cost sensors that will revolutionise current marine monitoring strategies.
Record Number: 133055
Last updated on: 2016-05-18
Success for COMMON SENSE - Marine Sensor Demonstration a Significant Achievement
The EC-funded COMMON SENSE project held its final event in Barcelona on the 27 January 2017, attended by project partners and stakeholders involved in European marine monitoring. The full-day meeting provided in-depth context on the challenges and importance of improving metho...
Record Number: 138375
Last updated on: 2017-02-09
Prototype Ocean Monitoring Sensors Show Revolutionary Potential
The EC-funded COMMON SENSE project is successfully developing prototypes for innovative, next generation sensing technologies that will support the protection of the marine environment in Europe. Progress on the development of these sensors, which will contribute to the implem...
Record Number: 124075
Last updated on: 2015-05-15
Real Sea Conditions to put COMMON SENSE Marine Monitoring Sensor Prototypes to the Test
The EC-funded COMMON SENSE project is making continuous progress towards a new future for marine monitoring. The project is developing prototypes for innovative, next generation sensing technologies that will contribute to the implementation of the Marine Strategy Framework Di...
Record Number: 129534
Last updated on: 2015-12-02
Vulnerabilities of Europe’s economy to global water scarcity and drought
A new report by Water Footprint Network on the impacts that increasing water scarcity and drought may have on the European Union’s (EU) economy was launched at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly (EGU).
Record Number: 140898
Last updated on: 2017-05-04
New desalination project strives to tackle global drinking water challenges
Over the next four years the new European Commission-funded REvivED water pilot project will contribute to addressing the world’s drinking water challenges by establishing electrodialysis as the preferred process for desalination of seawater, in order to provide a source of sa...
Record Number: 134238
Last updated on: 2016-07-12
Deep in the Atlantic Ocean: High-tech sensors to gather long-term biogeochemical data
The crew of the Royal Research Ship Discovery, a scientific research vessel of the United Kingdom, recently deployed high-technology biogeochemical sensors onto existing ‘Overturning in the Subpolar North Atlantic Program’ (OSNAP) moorings in the Rockall Trough, a major deep-w...
Record Number: 141442
Last updated on: 2017-06-30
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