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Atlantic Ocean circulation is weakening; are our deep-sea ecosystems at threat?
After the recent snow in Western Europe brought on by the ‘Beast from the East’, many of us are asking ourselves if such unusual weather events will become more common. One of the possible factors influencing global climate changes is changes in ocean circulation; and the Atla...
Record Number: 129241
Last updated on: 2018-04-13
Erwärmung der Arktis: „Was an den Polen passiert, bleibt nicht an den Polen“
Bei der jüngsten ECRA-Generalversammlung in Brüssel spricht Prof. Dr. Thomas Jung über die Arbeit des gemeinsamen ECRA-Arktisprogramms.
Programme: H2020
Record Number: 122662
Last updated on: 2015-03-31
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Arctic warming: ‘What happens at the poles does not stay at the poles’
At ECRA’s recent General Assembly in Brussels, Prof. Dr. Thomas Jung outlined the work that the Arctic ECRA collaborative programme is engaged in.
Programme: H2020
Record Number: 122662
Last updated on: 2015-03-31
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
El calentamiento del Ártico: «Lo que pasa en los polos no se queda en los polos»
El Dr. Thomas Jung explicó en la asamblea general de la ECRA, celebrada recientemente en Bruselas ,el trabajo que se lleva a cabo en el programa colaborativo Arctic ECRA.
Programme: H2020
Record Number: 122662
Last updated on: 2015-03-31
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Le réchauffement de l'Arctique: «Ce qui se passe aux pôles ne reste pas aux pôles»
Lors de la récente assemblée générale de l'ECRA à Bruxelles, le professeur et Dr. Thomas Jung a présenté le travail qu'accomplit le programme collaboratif Arctic ECRA.
Programme: H2020
Record Number: 122662
Last updated on: 2015-03-31
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Riscaldamento dell’Artico: “Quello che accade nei poli non rimane nei poli”
Alla recente assemblea generale dell’ECRA a Bruxelles, il prof. Dr. Thomas Jung ha presentato il lavoro in cui è impegnato il programma collaborativo Arctic ECRA.
Programme: H2020
Record Number: 122662
Last updated on: 2015-03-31
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Ocieplanie się Arktyki: „Co się stanie, kiedy bieguny nie pozostaną na swoich miejscach”
W czasie niedawnego walnego zgromadzenia ECRA w Brukseli, prof. dr Thomas Jung przedstawił w zarysie prace prowadzone w ramach programu współpracy Arctic ECRA.
Programme: H2020
Record Number: 122662
Last updated on: 2015-03-31
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Understanding Impacts and Adaptation to High-end Climate Scenarios in Europe: A Policy Booklet
Combining the force of over 150 researchers from leading scientific institutions across Europe, three major EU-funded projects, IMPRESSIONS, HELIX and RISES-AM-, have synthesized research knowledge on impacts and adaptation under high-end climate change for key policy sectors.
Programme: FP7
Record Number: 141387
Last updated on: 2017-06-09
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
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...
Programme: FP7-ENVIRONMENT
Record Number: 129534
Last updated on: 2015-12-02
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