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PhD research ignites interest in changing oceans

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.

Paris General Assembly Practical Guide

The CoCliME General Assembly will be held on the 6th - 8th of November 2018 in Jussieu, Paris.

Our French partners have provided a handy guide with details of the venue, how to get around and where to stay for the meeting.

How long is a century?

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? 

Swirling Algae in the Gulf of Finland

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.


Marine Institute: Stakeholder Engagement

Scientists from the Marine Institute and Bantry Marine Research Station went to Bantry and Castletownbere in the south-west of Ireland to meet with the men and women we call our stakeholders.

4th International Symposium on The Effects of Climate Change in the World's Oceans

CoCliME brings climate services to 4th International Symposium on The Effects of Climate Change in the World's Oceans in Wahsington, DC, USA, June 2-8, 2018.

Project Launch

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.