CUP: B76C18001120006

ECOLOGICAL OBSERVING SYSTEM IN THE ADRIATIC SEA: OCEANOGRAPHIC OBSERVATIONS FOR BIODIVERSITY

SUMMARY OF THE PROJECT

THE ADRIATIC SEA CALLS FOR CROSS BORDER ACTIONS IN THE FIELD OF PRESERVATION OF ECOSYSTEM AND BIODIVERSITY, ONE OF THE MAIN TERRITORIAL CHALLENGES. THE WHOLE AREA IS UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND POLLUTION THAT REQUIRES FOR JOINT, SYSTEMIC AND INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF COASTAL AND MARINE RESOURCES THAT COULD BE ENHANCED ONLY ADOPTING A CROSS-BORDER APPROACH. CHALLENGES RELATED TO THE HEALTH AND FUNCTION OF THE MARINE ECOSYSTEM NEEDS AN INNOVATIVE INTEGRATION OF ECOLOGICAL AND OCEANOGRAPHIC RESEARCH WITH CONSERVATION PROGRAMMES, ACROSS A WIDE RANGE OF TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL SCALES, LINKING AND INTEGRATING THE COASTAL AND THE OFFSHORE AREAS. A COLLABORATIVE EFFORT AT TRANSNATIONAL LEVEL IS NECESSARY TO ALIGN THE PRESENT OCEAN OBSERVING CAPACITIES, FOSTER SUSTAINABILITY OF MARINE-RELATED POLICIES, NARROW EXISTING TECHNOLOGICAL GAPS AND SUSTAIN THE TRAINING OF THE NEW GENERATION OF MARINE SCIENTISTS AND OPERATORS. ECOSS OVERALL OBJECTIVE IS THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE ECOLOGICAL OBSE

Updated on 30/04/2022
Funding monitored € 3,317,468.92 of which cohesion funds € 3,191,339.09
Given name Amount
European Union2881968.38
Revolving Fund309370.71
Another public source126129.83
Other resources - Private:
€ 73,082
Payments monitored € 3,105,556.01 of which cohesion funds € 2,986,492.37
Year Amount Cumulative amount Percentage on public financing
20191138157.391138157.3934
20201093061.482231218.8767
2021874337.143105556.0193

State of progress

Open
Expected start: 01/01/2019
Effective start: 01/01/2019
Expected end: 30/06/2021
Effective end: 30/06/2021

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