EMECO is a consortium of agencies and institutes with responsibility for both monitoring and assessment of marine ecosystem threats and status (health), and also for improving understanding through research in European shelf-seas.
The consortium brings together an existing monitoring, modelling, research capabilities to create a European infrastructure.
The EMECO Datatools hold observational data from in situ monitoring tools (e.g. buoys, Ferryboxes, research vessels and ships of opportunity), remote sensing platforms and numerical models.
Using an interactive online tool, users are able to query the EMECO Datatools to produce integrated data sets and information products as outputs.
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Citation: Cefas (2014) EMECO European Marine Ecosystem Observatory [www.emecdata.net] (Accessed: 25 April 2014).