Providing Products and Services for all marine applications.
The 2nd MyOcean User Workshop took place on 9-10 April 2013 in Copenhagen. It was organised in close cooperation with EEA, a Key- MyOcean user and partner , in particular to analyse and discuss the MyOcean contribution to the marine environment monitoring activities.
On 10th October 2012, in the Cyprus Oceanography Centre of Cyprus University, under the auspices of the Cyprus presidency of the European Union, a long‐term Strategic Partnership agreement was worked out by the MyOcean2 board and the National Agencies & Institutes of Member States, members of EuroGOOS.
Space-based observation systems and data are essential for GMES in general and for MyOcean services in particular. What about the recent EnviSat end of mission? What impacts on MyOcean services and products for users?
On March 31st 2012, the MyOcean project gave way to MyOcean2. The European Ocean Monitoring Service has just entered its pre-operational phase. From March 27th to 29th, a dedicated event for the MyOcean Closure and MyOcean2 Kick-Off took place in Brussels.
MyOcean does not operate in situ observing systems but collect observations from data providers outside MyOcean, and mainly from EuroGOOS which have contributed significantly to structure the Operational Oceanography community as an efficient network.
FOCUS ON A MyOcean KEY-SUPPLIER and KEY-PARTNER.
A new MyOcean publication to record MyOcean success stories.
It provides to any visitor, keen to know more about MyOcean’s benefits, with some valuable examples, easy to understand.
The first MyOcean User Workshop took place in Stockholm from 7 to 8 April 2011.On this occasion, four MyOcean users working in different areas of benefit were interviewed and gave their live testimony.
Monitoring and forecasting the physical state of the oceans (such as temperature, salinity, ice coverage, sea level and currents in particular) serve many marine applications, and are particularly useful in the case of some of the worst types of maritime pollution.