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2018-AO

Since 2011, the GMMC call of tender is integrated through a specific action of the LEFE/INSU call of tender. See LEFE/INSU website  to download all necessary documents.

Additional information can be found  following this link

2017-AO

Since 2011, the GMMC call of tender is integrated through a specific action of the LEFE/INSU call of tender. See LEFE/INSU website  to download all necessary documents.

Additional information can be found  following this link

2016-AO

Since 2011, the GMMC call of tender is integrated through a specific action of the LEFE/INSU call of tender. See LEFE/INSU website  to download all necessary documents.

Additional information can be found  following this link

2016 Coriolis Activity report

The 2016 activity report is available at 2016 Activity report

Coriolis News Letter 12

Coriolis Newsletter 12 preview

This special issue jointly coordinated by Mercator Ocean and Coriolis focusing on the latest outcomes from the in situ ocean observing network  is available at  http://www.coriolis.eu.org/News-Events/Newsletters/Coriolis-12 .

Journées Groupe Mission Mercator/Coriolis 2017

Ifremer Brest

The GMMC ( Groupe Mission Mercator Coriolis) gathers every year scientists working in research field related to operational oceanography from in situ observations to model development . Such group ensure a close link between Mercator/Coriolis and the research community and foster transfer to operation of the R&D results . 

Next meeting will be organized in Brest at Ifremer Centre on the 20-21-22 June 2017

Coriolis at Brest 2016

Brest 2016

Coriolis participation at Science Docks - Brest 2016

2015 Coriolis Activity report

The 2015 activity report is available at  application/pdf 2015 Activity report 6.13 MB

2016-AO

Since 2011, the GMMC call of tender is integrated through a specific action of the LEFE/INSU call of tender. See LEFE/INSU website  to download all necessary documents.

Additional information can be found  following this link

The MEOP portal: an access point for marine mammal data

The MEOP portal, launched today, is making freely available for the first time years of data on the remote and harsh parts of the planet, which are virtually inaccessible to man. Creatures such as the seals, naturally inhabit icy, remote seas - places which can be very difficult for human beings to visit and monitor. Seals have helped creating one of the world’s largest databases of information on some of the harshest environments on the planet. More information on the Coriolis website.