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Pollutants accumulation and effects in relation to trophic niches of the high-arctic ivory gull
ID: 622019
Start date: 2014-05-01, End date: 2016-04-30
The Arctic is a coastal system that acts as a sink for chemicals produced and released in industrialized parts of the world that are transported northwards by sea, air and water masses, making it a truly global problem. Seabirds living in this ecosystem, such as the ivory gul...
Programme: FP7-PEOPLE
Record Number: 187663
Last updated on: 2016-10-10
COST-EFFECTIVE SENSORS, INTEROPERABLE WITH INTERNATIONAL EXISTING OCEAN OBSERVING SYSTEMS, TO MEET EU POLICIES REQUIREMENTS
ID: 614155
Start date: 2013-11-01, End date: 2017-02-28
The COMMON SENSE project will contribute to support the implementation of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD) and other EU policies (e.g. Common Fisheries Policy), providing easily usable across several platforms, cost-effective, multi-functional innovative sensors...
Programme: FP7-ENVIRONMENT
Record Number: 110790
Last updated on: 2016-05-02
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 methods and available technology to monitor and protect our marine waters. Presentations on the specific results generated by COMMON SENSE preceded a live demonstration of the marine monitoring sensors generated by the project.
Record Number: 138375
Last updated on: 2017-02-09
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 Directive (MSFD) and therefore support the protection of the marine environment in Europe.
Programme: FP7-ENVIRONMENT
Record Number: 129534
Last updated on: 2015-12-02
Diamond materials for the photocatalytic conversion of CO2 to fine chemicals and fuels using visible light
ID: 665085
Start date: 2015-07-01, End date: 2019-06-30
In DIACAT we propose the development of a completely new technology for the direct photocatalytic conversion of CO2 into fine chemicals and fuels using visible light. The approach utilises the unique property of man-made diamond, now widely available at low economic cost, to...
Programme: H2020-EU.1.2.1.
Record Number: 196959
Last updated on: 2017-06-23
90 seconds for valuable resources: GABO:mi interview with Prof Krueger, coordinator of the DIACAT project
DIACAT is a H2020 FET project aiming to produce valuable resources from carbon dioxide using photocatalysis on diamond materials.
Programme: H2020-EU.1.2.
Record Number: 131138
Last updated on: 2016-02-25
Diamonds for technical progress: what is the innovation capacity and the social and political impacts of the DIACAT project?
The approach of the DIACAT consortium lays the foundation for the removal and transformation of carbon dioxide and at the same time a chemical route to store and transport energy from renewable sources. This will have a transformational impact on society as whole by bringing new opportunities for sustainable production and growth.
Programme: H2020-EU.1.2.
Record Number: 131140
Last updated on: 2016-02-29
Markierungsbänder an Pinguinflossen senken Überlebens- und Fortpflanzungsrate
Die Flügel von Pinguinen mit Metallclips auszustatten, um Brut- und Jagdverhalten zu beobachten und die Folgen des Klimawandels auszuwerten, könnte die Gesundheit der Tiere gefährden, so das Ergebnis einer neuen Studie. Wie französische und norwegische Forscher im Fachblatt Na...
Programme: FP7-PEOPLE
Record Number: 32955
Last updated on: 2011-01-14
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Penguin study shows flipper band lowers survival and reproduction rates
Scientists may be harming penguins unintentionally with the metal bands they place on their flippers to monitor breeding and foraging and how they deal with climate change, new research suggests. Writing in the journal Nature, the scientists from France and Norway say the band...
Programme: FP7-PEOPLE
Record Number: 32955
Last updated on: 2011-01-14
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Un estudio sobre pingüinos muestra que las anillas en las aletas reducen sus tasas de supervivencia y reproducción
Una nueva investigación apunta a la posibilidad de que los científicos estén perjudicando sin querer a los pingüinos con las anillas metálicas que les colocan en las aletas para vigilar sus hábitos de cría y alimentación y para saber cómo hacen frente al cambio climático. En u...
Programme: FP7-PEOPLE
Record Number: 32955
Last updated on: 2011-01-14
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
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