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EMODnet enables its clients to become more efficient, provide better services and remain competitive in the market

EMODnet enables its clients to become more efficient, provide better services and remain competitive in the market

For the third instalment of EMODnet company focus, we dive into the world of sea floor surveying and explore Cathie Associates Ltd and their use of EMODnet Human Activities. Cathie Associates is a leading international geoscience and geotechnical engineering consultancy providing bespoke and objective solutions to the offshore and near-shore oil, gas and renewable energy industries. Cathie Associates has been operating for over ten years and has developed an impressive track record in a vast range … Read entire article »

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EMODnet Human Activities Data Facilitate Business Opportunities

EMODnet Human Activities Data Facilitate Business Opportunities

The various EMODnet datasets have been used by a number of stakeholders for their business purposes, and so Human Activities data are no exception of that.  This time we’ll take a deeper look into company Biosfera XXI. Biosfera XXI is a small yet experienced Spanish company of seven employees based in Madrid, and for several decades it has provided services focusing on environmental planning, assessment and risk to national and international projects. The company aims to … Read entire article »

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Supporting sustainable fisheries management practices and the recovery of fish stocks through EMODnet Human Activties

Supporting sustainable fisheries management practices and the recovery of fish stocks through EMODnet Human Activties

EMODnet exists because it serves a wide and ever-increasing user base. Each day, universities, research centres, public agencies, international organisations, NGOs, students and professionals download or access EMODnet data to improve their knowledge of our oceans. Among our users are also private companies from all over the world. Because EMODnet’s data are free and free of any restrictions, several companies have begun using our data to develop new products and services, thus saving costs and creating … Read entire article »

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