Workshop on real time quantitative PCR to develop climate services for monitoring harmful microorganisms in their marine environment. 21th to 25th October 2019 at the Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany.
Click here to read about how Beatrix Siemering got on at the ICHA conference in Nantes, France. There are a number of other climate related projects featured in the newsletter discussing how they implement their activities around Europe.
The 18th International Conference on Harmful Algae (ICHA) in Nantes, France, attracted a record high number of over 750 participants. Amongst them were several CoCliME partners, promoting the project with poster presentations.
How is it that we, humans, are capable of the most complex thought processes, yet planning dinner five days ahead can be an impossible task? Some of you might say, “A weekly meal plan is no problem”. But, what about two weeks? A month? A year?
This large swirl from a Cyanobactaria bloom in the Gulf of Greenland is just one of the many satellite images showcasing the variety of textures and colours found in nature that has been compiled for an article in Earth and Space Science News. Picture credit: NASA Landsat 8.
The CoCliME project kick off meeting was held in the Marine Institute, Oranmore, Ireland. This 3 year project will running until September 2020 will look to co-develop and co-produce bespoke, proof-of-concepts or prototype climate services to support informed decision making for a selected number of case studies across European regional seas based on intensive user co-development, exploitation of existing data sets and new scientific knowledge.