From December 02nd-04th, 2019, CoastObs held in Budapest, Hungary its bi-annual project and 2nd review meeting, receiving all 8 partner organizations, two reviewers and our project officer!
@By Laura Zoffoli
Dr. Jasper van Houcke from HZeeland was invited by the Remote Sensing and Benthic Ecology department of the University of Nantes, to give a lecture to the @AquaStudents and @UnivNantes students. Thanks to Dr. Jasper, now they now know everything about shellfish aquaculture in the Netherlands!
@By Laura Zoffoli
The Remote Sensing and Benthic Ecology department of the University of Nantes
met regional managers of coastal areas (DDTM85 and Syndicat Mixte de la Baie de Bourgneuf - SMBB) to deliver seagrass products for water quality monitoring.
After the fieldwork carried out during the beginner of summer in France, Italy and Spain, two more campaigns were carried out during August and September. Keep reading to see photos of our case studies and to find out more about the work done there!
Summer is here and so our fieldwork campaigns for validating Sentinel data. Read more about our campaigns in Spain, France, and Italy!
On June 11th, UVigo met on behalf of CoastObs, with Angeles Longa from the Concello Regulador do Mexillón (Mussel Regulatory Council) to discuss about the project.
@By Laurent Barille
University of Nantes and Biolittoral have met end-users on the 19th and 21th of March to deliver WP3 intertidal seagrass products from CoastObs case-study in Bourgneuf Bay.
@By CoastObs partner Mariana Mata Lara, Geonardo
This month CoastObs turned one year old! This coincided with our 3rd project meeting and 1st review meeting, so we all got to gather in Scotland where we were hosted by our partner The University of Stirling.