The Partnership comprises government agencies and research institutions with proven national and international expertise in marine seabed mapping and modelling.
Phase 3 Continued (2019-2021)
The continuation of phase 3 of EMODnet Seabed Habitats comprises a consortium of eleven institutes across eleven different countries and is led by the French National Institute for Marine Research (Ifremer).
|Partner Logo||Partner organisation||Partner Location||Geographical remit:|
|Ifremer (The French national institute for marine research) Partner Leader||France|
|Bioconsult (Ecological research and consulting) Subcontractor||-|
|CCMAR (Centre for marine sciences, Portugal)||Portugal, Spain (including Canary Is.)|
|GeoEcoMar (Romanian national research and development institute for marine geology and geoecology)||Romania, Ukraine|
|GEUS (Geological survey of Denmark and Greenland)||Denmark, Sweden and Poland|
|IO-BAS (Institute of Oceanology, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences)||Bulgaria, Georgia and Turkey|
|ISPRA (Italian institute for environment protection and research)||Slovenia Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Italy ,Greece, Albania, Cyprus and Malta|
|JNCC (UK government’s nature conservation advisor)||UK, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands|
|Marine Institute (Marine Institute, Ireland)||Ireland|
|NIVA (Norwegian Institute for water research) Subcontractor||Norway|
|SYKE (Finnish environmental institute) Subcontractor||Finland, Russia, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania|
Phase 3 (2017-2019)
A consortium of twelve partners from twelve countries is working together to deliver EMODnet Seabed Habitats Phase 3, under the leadership of the Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC).
Phase 2 (2013-2016)
A consortium of nine partners from 9 countries worked together to deliver EMODnet Seabed Habitats Phase 2, under the leadership of French research institute Ifremer. The consortium worked in collaboration with the Institute for Marine Science, part of the Middle East Technical University, Turkey.
Phase 1 (2009-2012)
In EMODnet Seabed Habitats Phase 1, a consortium of seven partners from five countries joined together led by the UK government’s nature conservation advisor (JNCC).