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EMODnet Human Activities behind the scenes: find out what’s next!

EMODnet Human Activities behind the scenes: find out what’s next!

With the beginning of the second year of the new phase, the EMODnet Human Activities team took the opportunity to organise a partner meeting, so as to take stock of the progress made so far and plan the work ahead. When a project is called “The European Marine Observation and Data Network”, you don’t have many options, the meeting’s got to take place in a sea city; and sea city it was. Our friends and colleagues … Read entire article »

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Share Your Map via Social Media

Share Your Map via Social Media

Maybe you’ve seen something on the EMODnet Human Activities GIS portal that you want to share? Perhaps there’s a particular location you’re interested in or you’ve noticed a relationship between datasets that you want to draw attention to? We’ve updated our ‘Share Map’ tool so you can share a custom map view from EMODnet Human Activities directly to Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn. The link will remember: your geographic extent; which datasets you have visible; the Google base map you … Read entire article »

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New Datasets and Map Tools

New Datasets and Map Tools

EMODnet Human Activities now includes two new datasets: ‘Finfish’ and ‘Hydrocarbon Extraction – Active Licenses’. New map tools have also been released.   The finfish dataset provides information about the location of seawater finfish farms, including company, species and distance to shore. Data is provided for Cyprus, Denmark, Greece, Ireland, Finland, Spain and the UK. There are no sea-based finfish farms in Belgium, Bulgaria, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands and Poland. There is a significant production in Italy … Read entire article »

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Portal for Human Activities goes live!

Hello, world! The last member of the EMODnet family has finally gone live to unveil the power of geographic data. There’s still a lot to be done, and the project will be a work in progress for the next two years. The News section will keep you posted on the latest developments in terms of datasets added and new features implemented. You can find out more information about who we are, what we’re doing, and why we’re doing it by browsing this awesome portal. We do welcome your feedback on any aspect of the project, so please do not hesitate to click the Feedback tab on the top left of your screen, and let us know what you think of our work. We value your input in how to improve and develop our services. In … Read entire article »

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