EMODnet Geology is one of seven discipline-based projects within the European Observation and Data network. It is governed by the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA) for the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (DG MARE). The overall objective of EMODnet is to collect, harmonise and merge fragmented and generally poorly accessible marine data into interoperable, contiguous and publicly available datasets for entire European maritime basins, in order to strengthen Blue Growth in Europe and to support the Green Deal.
Expert Groups, drawn from EGS member surveys, collaborate on research on a wide range of geoscientific topics
EGS engages in a broad range of outreach activities, independently and partnering with other organisations and the public across Europe and worldwide
The work of EGS and its members delivers on our own SRIA goals, as well as European Directives and EU Sustainable Development Goals
EGS and its members provide a wide range of resources about the work they do and the impact of geoscience on society
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