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Sea Level Rise Conference 2022: Call for Posters

  • 22 September 2022

The Knowledge Hub on Sea Level Rise offers the opportunity to present a poster during the Sea Level Rise Conference 2022, taking place in Venice on 17-18 October 2022 as a UN Ocean Decade endorsed event.

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Turning up the volume: Five new projects on ‘Underwater noise in the Marine Environment’ awarded funding

  • 19 September 2022

The projects are coming in the wake of a JPI Oceans call establishing a unique collaboration between Belgium, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Poland, Romania and Spain together with BANOS, BlueMed, NOAA and the UN Ocean Decade.

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Vacancy: Communications Officer

  • 25 August 2022

The JPI Oceans secretariat is looking for a Communications Officer in support of its tasks and activities, with a focus on two new Horizon Europe initiatives.

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ARTE documentary highlights the unique scientific work by the JPI Oceans MiningImpact 2 project

  • 24 August 2022

Following the MiningImpact 2 scientists on their expedition to the Pacific, the documentary highlights the impact of potential deep-sea mining activities and the overall exploitation of ocean resources.

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Current Joint Actions


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Ecological Aspects of Microplastics

The Joint Action Ecological Aspects of Microplastics was launched as one of JPI Oceans’ pilot activities, to study the sources, distribution and impact of microplastics in the marine environment.

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    Munition in the Sea

    The Knowledge Hub on Munition in the Sea constitutes a multi-national expert group which aims to coordinate research and innovation to assess risks, define priorities and suggest intervention options concerning legacy munitions in the marine environment.

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      Current Strategic Engagements


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      All-Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance

      The All-Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance is the result of science diplomacy efforts involving countries from both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, aiming at enhancing marine research and innovation cooperation across the Atlantic anywhere between the Arctic and Antarctica.

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        European Ocean Observing System

        The European Ocean Observing System (EOOS) is a coordinating framework for European in-situ ocean observing. EOOS brings together Europe’s diverse ocean observing communities to promote collaboration, strengthen coordination and integration, and promote sustainability in ocean observing in Europe.

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