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Final Report Summary - EURO-BASIN (European Union Basin-scale Analysis, Synthesis and Integration (EURO-BASIN))
EURO-BASIN (European Basin-scale Analysis, Synthesis & Integration) was part of a joint EU / North American research initiative involving on the EU side, twenty four institutes from nine European nations. This FP7-ENV-2010 project was funded under the Work...
Record Number: 176071
Last updated on: 2016-01-14
Final Report Summary - GREENSEAS (Development of global plankton data base and model system for eco-climate early warning)
Executive Summary:The goal of the 3.5 years long project GreenSeas - involving nine partners from six nations circumscribing the Atlantic Ocean - was to advance the quantitative knowledge of how planktonic marine ecosystems, including phytoplankton, bacterioplankton and...
Record Number: 163322
Last updated on: 2015-05-08
Final Report Summary - SEAS ERA (Towards integrated European marine research strategy and programmes)
The construction of a European Research Area on marine sciences is a priority due to the transboundary and basin scale nature of most aspects of marine issues, namely biodiversity, ecology, oceanography, natural resources and ecosystem services. Also, the...
Record Number: 163451
Last updated on: 2015-05-07
Final Report Summary - FORCE (Future of Reefs in a Changing Environment (FORCE): An ecosystem approach to managing Caribbean coral reefs in the face of climate change)
Executive Summary:Executive summaryThe management of coral reef ecosystems for the 21st century requires not only the continued understanding of the natural dynamics of this ecosystem but also the interaction between people and coral reefs. The important services that reefs...
Record Number: 161225
Last updated on: 2015-04-22
Final Report Summary - MEDSEA (MEDiterranean Sea Acidification in a changing climate)
Executive Summary:As carbon emissions increase and carbon dioxide levels (CO2) in the atmosphere rise, so does the concentration of CO2 in the ocean. The ocean has been very efficient in absorbing CO2 and this has decreased the accumulation of CO2 in the atmosphere and thus...
Record Number: 159169
Last updated on: 2015-04-08
Final Report Summary - THESEUS (Innovative coastal technologies for safer European coasts in a changing climate)
THESEUS project examined the development and application of innovative combined coastal mitigation and adaptation technologies generally aiming at delivering a safe (or low-risk) coast for human use/development and healthy coastal habitats as sea levels rise...
Record Number: 149719
Last updated on: 2014-11-04
Final Report Summary - CORALFISH (Assessment of the interaction between corals, fish and fisheries, in order to develop monitoring and predictive modelling tools for ecosystem based management in the deep waters of Europe and beyond)
The principal goal of the CoralFISH project was to address the global challenge laid down by the United Nations in 2006 (UN General Assembly Resolution (61/105)) calling upon fisheries management organisations worldwide to assess the impact of bottom fishing...
Record Number: 148061
Last updated on: 2014-09-18
Final Report Summary - ERA-CLIM (European Re-Analysis of global CLIMate observations)
This report summarizes the scientific outcomes of the collaborative research project entitled “European reanalysis of global climate observations” (ERA-CLIM), carried out within the Framework Programme 7 of the European Union under Grant Agreement No. 265229. The project...
Record Number: 140888
Last updated on: 2014-07-08
Final Report Summary - DS3F (The deep sea and sub-seafloor frontier)
Executive summary: The 'Deep-sea and sub-seafloor frontier' (DS3F) project brings together scientists from Europe's major ocean research centres and universities to identify the primary issues that need to be addressed in sub-seafloor sampling with relevance to deep-sea eco...
Record Number: 55920
Last updated on: 2014-05-28
Final Report Summary - MEECE (Marine Ecosystem Evolution in a Changing Environment)
Executive summary: Marine ecosystems are increasingly under pressure from the activities of man and are consequently changing. Climate change may lead to large scale changes in climate patterns, ocean circulation and climatic variables such as temperature and light and simult...
Record Number: 58535
Last updated on: 2013-09-01
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