On the 25th of January 2023, the European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet), supported by the European Commission, launched its fully unified marine data service, integrating all the data into one single portal.
More than 120 organisations involved in EMODnet have been working together for more than a decade, gathering observations and marine data from various sources and processing them according to international standards, in order to make them available for free.
The portal will be useful to all marine data users, including policy makers, researchers, scientists, private industry and anyone interested, allowing them to access data with a searchable unified catalogue. Fast access to reliable and accurate data and information is extremely important in addressing threats to the marine environment, in the development of policies and legislation to protect vulnerable areas of our coasts and oceans, in understanding trends and in forecasting future changes.
You can access the new portal at the link below: