The 1st CoastObs newsletter is here!

Hello CoastObservers!

In November 2017, the 3-year H2020 project CoastObs was launched in Wageningen, Netherlands with all 8 partners!

Since then, the team has worked hard to take the first steps and build the project management plan, the dissemination and exploitation strategy and to start engaging with users to help define the service portfolio we will build for them along the project!

All of this while engaging a lively community of CoastObservers in our different social networks, in events and in person.

The first project period passed quite fast and the consortium gathered again after the kick-off meeting for our first project meeting in sunny Venice. 

We want to share with you some of the highlights of these first period in our first issue of our newsletter.
Thanks a lot for having subscribed! 

Your CoastObs team.

CoastObs NEWS
The Website is up and running!
Learn more about the project
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Did you check our infographic explaining the project?
Learn about our case studies!
Along the project, CoastObs will demonstrate the multi-user approach through a number of case studies in coastal areas where multiple stake holders have indicated a need for better information on water quality.

In this number we are featuring the Dutch Coast!
The Waddenzee and Eems estuary is a highly dynamic and productive estuarine area, characterised by extensive tidal mud flats, saltmarshes, and deeper tidal creeks. It‘s also one of the largest coastal wetlands in the world and a biodiversity hotspot. Pressures such as eutrophication, increased sedimentation due to dredging, sea level rise, invasive species are causing ecosystem changes.
CoastObs will