In celebration of our 10 year anniversary, we are delighted to share with you a short documentary film capturing our journey from our launch date to today.
Citizens from all around Europe can now access stunning marine maps and interactive oceanic information on the European Atlas of the Seas, powered by EMODnet. Available in 24 different languages, visitors can navigate the Atlas in the 24 official languages, as well as explore a wide range of popular marine topics, such as tourism, litter, environment, energy, aquaculture, and much more!
Complete our survey by 31 October 2020 and help us shape the future EMODnet portals and services.
New page detailing a list of EMODnet Seabed Habitats data and data products is now available.
EMODnet Seabed Habitats will be extending phase three through to 2021.
The latest version of EUSeaMap is now available to view on the interactive mapper and to download.
We have summarised and discussed the range of predictive seabed habitat models that have been produced for Europe’s seas in recent years and published many of them on our portal.