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Research is the step between data generated by the tools and advancing scientific progress and understanding. Research converts data and information into improved knowledge and advice to policy makers and managers.
There are a number of high profile, multidisciplinary, multinational research projects associated with EMECO that aim to integrate monitoring and modelling approaches, physical, chemical, and biological components, and the pressures that threaten European oceans to interpret ecosystem interactions and responses to change. This knowledge is critical to ensure and restore the long-term health of Europe's oceans.
Examples include the Marine Ecosystem Evolution in a Changing Environment (MEECE) project and the Marine Ecosystem Connections project.
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- Scientists revamp open ocean observatory
- The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) and the UK Met Office have joined forces to revamp the Porcupine Abyssal Plain Sustained Observatory (PAP-SO) in the northeast Atlantic.
- ODAS buoy fit out and deployment with Cefas Payload
- A combined effort from staff at Cefas and the Marine Institute are temporarily re-fitting a spareODAS (UK Met designed Ocean data Acquisition System) deep field weather buoy to carry an alternative payload to go on trial at the M1 location.
- New Western Shelf Observatory Launched
- The Western Shelf domain encompasses the Western UK and Irish shelf and its adjacent sea areas and catchments.
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