Metrology for Integrated marine maNagement and Knowledge-transfer nEtwork

INFRAIA-02-2020: Integrating Activities for Starting Communities

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About the project

MINKE brings together 16 key European marine metrology research infrastructures to create an innovative ‘quality of oceanographic data’ framework, with identifying the Essential Ocean Variables (EOV) as the key parameters to monitor, and adopting a multidimensional framework of data quality: accuracy + completeness.

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Take advantage of Minke's infrastructures and services

Trans-national Access (TNA) and Virtual Access (VA) Activities

MINKE wants to support scientific communities in their access to the identified key research infrastructures

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Networking Activities (NA)

MINKE wants to foster a culture of co-operation between research infrastructures, scientific communities, industries and other stakeholders

Joint Research Activities (JRA)

MINKE wants to improve, in quality and/or quantity, the integrated services provided at European level by marine infrastructures.

Latest News and Upcoming Events

Events
September 22, 2022

Workshop: Introduction to metrology for young and early career marine scientists

15-17 November 2022 in Helsinki, Finland SYKE through MINKE project is organizing a three-day hybrid training-workshop
Events
September 21, 2022

“Ocean Travelers” is a citizen science project where MINKE collaborates

Now that litter has been accumulating on the ocean surface, marine organisms have a new microhabitat to colonize that won’t degrade...
NEWS
August 2, 2022

MINKE was collaborating with JERICO and AQUACOSM communities in testing fluorescence sensors in the oligotrophic Cretan Sea

Sensitivity of Chlorophyll a fluorometers was assessed during a mesocosm experiment

Contact

Passeig Marítim de la Barceloneta, 37-49
08003 Barcelona (Spain)
T. +34 93 230 95 00
project_coordination@minke.eu

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Consortium

Project funded by the European Commission within the Horizon 2020 Programme (2014-2020)
Grant Agreement No. 101008724