On October 5, at 11.00, at “Antonio Michelato” meeting room Gilberto Toffolo (R&D and Lead Well Engineer - Eni Norge, Stavanger, Norway) will present the seminar: “Impiego di fibre ottiche nell'Oil & Gas per la misura di temperatura ed acustica distribuite e possibili applicazioni in campo oceanografico”
The main goals of this project are to measure the currents and water mass properties in the northeastern areas of the Levantine Basin (Mediterranean Sea) and to study the complex circulation features governing the dynamics near the coast and in the open sea. It is proposed to use low-cost satellite-tracked drifters to measure currents in the near-surface mixed-layer as well as floats and gliders to measure subsurface currents and profiles of physical and biogeochemical parameters.
On June 9, the European Commission has officially founded ECCSEL ERIC (European Research Infrastructure Consortium), which has been developed since 2008, the year of infrastructure inclusion in the ESFRI roadmap.
On 6th July OGS, ECCSEL Italian National Node, organizes the second ECCSEL National Info Day. The event will take place at OGS headquarters, in Sgonico (TS), Borgo Grotta Gigante 42/C, with the participation of Sotacarbo.
EMODnet (European Marine Observation and Data Network) is a long-term initiative of the European Commission, Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (DG MARE), and represents one of the pillars of the Marine Knowledge 2020 strategy. Started in 2009 with a limited number of partners, EMODnet Chemistry now involves a network of 45 marine research and monitoring institutes and oceanographic data management experts.
On May 15, at 14.30, at Meeting room – Via Piccard, 54 – OGS, Santa Croce, Martin Zuschin (Department of Palaeontology, University of Vienna, Vienna) will present the seminar: “Reconstructing benthic community baselines in the Northern Adriatic with sediment cores” - following - Adam Tomašových (Slovak Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Institute, Bratislava ) will present the seminar: “Tracing the effects of eutrophication on benthic communities in the Northern Adriatic on the basi
On May 25, at 11.00, at Meeting room – Via Beirut 2/4 (ex-SISSA) building – OGS, Miramare, Ms Larelle Bossi (BSc. BA. MA) - Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, The University of Tasmania; Hobart (Australia) - will present the seminar: “A First Cast at a Philosophy of Fishing”.