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L’Atlas européen des mers

Published on 29 august

L'Atlas européen des mers est une application de cartographie en ligne et interactive, facile à utiliser contenant de nombreuses cartes et informations sur l'environnement marin en Europe.

Le portail met à disposition des informations générales sur le milieu marin et répertorie l’ensemble des sites et portails web qui diffusent des données sur le milieu marin en France.

Colloque merIGéo 2020

Published on 5 july

La 3ième édition du colloque merIGéo se tiendra du 17 au 19 mars 2020 à Bordeaux : à vos communications !

Surval fait peau neuve !

Published on 11 december 2018

Surval permet l'accès aux données d'environnement marin et littoral bancarisées dans Quadrige directement sur le web, et ceci depuis 2000. Le 11 décembre 2018 marque la mise en ligne d'une nouvelle version permettant un accès plus rapide, plus fluide et plus interactif à ces données !

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The seabird and coastal bird observatory allows standardized data management of annual monitoring of the main bird species, fed by the various associations and structures responsible for ornithological monitoring. The data is accessible from dynamic mapping.

Surval allows to view and download quantitative and qualitative data on marine waters using interactive web mapping and graphics tools. This data is taken from the Quadrige database and updated daily.

The Benthic Invertebrate Atlas is a portal for visualizing and extracting data on benthic species captured during trawling campaigns conducted by IFREMER.

ODATIS, Ocean Data Information and Services, serves as the entry point to access all French Ocean observation data. Its general objective is to promote and facilitate the use of ocean observations sampled by way of in situ and remote sensing measurements (satellites…). ODATIS contributes to describing, quantifying and understanding the ocean as a whole — offshore and coastal — with regard to aspects such as the dynamics and thermodynamics of the ocean, the evolution of its physico-chemical properties, biogeochemical cycles, the operation of marine ecosystems, the evolution of the ocean and the ocean-climate relationship in the past.