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Using topobathymetric Lidar for adaptive management

Using topobathymetric Lidar for adaptive management

Topobathymetric Lidar technology has become an indispensable tool in environmental management, particularly for monitoring and preserving fragile ecosystems. In central Nebraska, along the Platte Rive...

Prehistoric landscapes of the North Sea

Prehistoric landscapes of the North Sea

Dutch fishermen often discover remains of extinct large mammals such as woolly mammoths and aurochs, indicating that the North Sea was once inhabited by hunter-gatherer communities. Archaeological res...

Shaping tomorrow’s ocean mapping education

Shaping tomorrow’s ocean mapping education

Three marine organizations teamed up in the summer of 2023 to prepare Canadian ocean mapping students to become ‘hydrographers of the future’. The first-of-its-kind internship programme focused on...

Impact of sound from offshore wind farms

Impact of sound from offshore wind farms

Sounds from offshore wind farms are among the main contributors of anthropogenic noise to the marine environment. Despite 30 years of offshore wind farm operation in European waters, our understanding...

‘Mission-agnostic’ USV

‘Mission-agnostic’ USV

Before long, it will be possible to send an uncrewed surface vessel (USV) to sea to carry out offshore and deep-sea surveying and monitoring over distances of more than 2,000 nautical miles. It will e...

Meet the European Marine Observation and Data Network

Meet the European Marine Observation and Data Network

Is climate change affecting fish populations in this part of the ocean? Are we seeing more vessel activity than usual? What is the best location in this area to develop a wind energy park with the lea...

How rising ocean temperatures are influencing our weather

How rising ocean temperatures are influencing our weather

Globally, surface air and ocean temperatures have warmed by about 1°C since 1900. More than 90% of the additional heat contained in the climate system (atmosphere, ocean, land) due to global warming ...

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