A full-day EOOS forum on 8 March brought together 80 ocean science managers, researchers, policymakers and private companies on the topic of ocean observations. The information required to do business, research or ensure security at sea is based on an array of ocean observing inf
The EOOS Forum on 8 March 2018: Towards a European strategy for a truly integrated and sustained ocean observing – Registration Open!
Registration is open for the EOOS Forum taking place at Area 42 in Brussels on 8 March 2018. The forum will bring together the main ocean observing funders, implementers and users in Europe. It will examine the extent to which the current observing systems are sustainable today,
Two major EOOS stakeholder events will take place in Brussels in 2018. 8 March 2018: EOOS Forum “Integrated and sustained ocean observing: a European strategy”, AREA 42 (46 rue des Palais, 1030 Brussels). 21-23 November 2018: EOOS Conference “Evolving EOOS: Connecting communiti
A summary report of the EOOS open stakeholder consultation is now available (download). The consultation ran for six weeks and received 115 responses from 30 countries. Respondents included research institutes, ocean observation and marine monitoring organizations, industry, publ
The EOOS open stakeholder consultation was completed at the end of January 2017. The results are currently being analysed by the EOOS Steering Group and the co-chairing organizations, EuroGOOS and European Marine Board (EMB). 115 respondents from 30 countries submitted their resp
From 12 December until 20 January 2017, an open stakeholder consultation is launched to help design an integrated and sustained European Ocean Observing System, EOOS. The consultation targets a wide European community of ocean data providers, infrastructure managers, technology d
Building a European Ocean Observing System Building EOOS EP Event Summary (563.3 KiB) Building EOOS EP Event Agenda (283.8 KiB) Building EOOS EP Event Flyer (904.5 KiB) The need for an end-to-end integrated and sustained European Ocean Observing System (EOOS) has been expressed b