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Articolo sul Mare pubblicato sul settimanale La Stampa del 28 Maggio 2016

On July 27, 2016 article written by Jonathan Amos of the BBC: http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-36904981 announces a paper on the results of simulations of the Malaysian Airline debris transport from ocean currents from Copernicus Marine Environment Service. The article is the result of the collaboration between the Centro EuroMediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici and the University of Bologna, Oceanography Group at the Department of Physics and Astronomy. You can find EGU press release and article here: http://www.egu.eu/news/251/new-study-reveals-where-mh370-debris-more-likely-to-be-found/

The UN Ocean Conference on June 8 sends you this message


L'8 Giugno è Il World Ocean Day cioè la giornata mondiale in cui si celebra l'oceano e le possibili collaborazioni per un futuro migliore. L'università di Bologna partecipa a questa iniziativa insieme ad altri enti ed organizzazioni italiane

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The Copernicus Marine Week

The Copernicus Marine Week

25/29 SEPTEMBER 2017 - BRUSSELS

http://marine.copernicus.eu/save-date-copernicus-marine-week-september-25-29-2017/

The EU Copernicus Marine Service has been launched in May 2015. Mercator Ocean, entrusted by the European Commission to implement and operate the Service has decided to carry out an open mid-term review during a dedicated event:

The Copernicus Marine Week

The Marine Week is an open forum meant for stakeholders, contributors and for beneficiaries of the EU Marine Service and beyond. It is therefore open to a large panel of institutions, agencies, regional stakeholders, entrepreneurs, service providers and scientists.
The purpose of the week is to present and openly release the Copernicus Marine Environment and Monitoring Service (CMEMS) major achievements with regards to economy, societal challenges, science and EU leadership worldwide and is also meant to propose CMEMS future prospects for the benefits of Member States, Regions, and of the Society in general.
One week, Five days to cover CMEMS achievements and to open dialogue with major Global Blue Growth forces.
Learn, Meet, Exchange, and Share, Get trained, Join up to the Copernicus Marine Week!
The Copernicus Marine Week Partnership Committee:
BSH, CLS, CMCC, CNR, DMI, ECMWF, EEA, EMSA, ESA, EUMETSAT, EuroGOOS, IFREMER, INGV, IPMA, MERCATOR OCEAN, MET NORWAY, NERSC, PUERTOS del ESTADO, UK MET OFFICE.