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WHY AN ATLANTIC INITIATIVE

The Blue Economy approach to the oceans supports economic growth, social inclusion and improvement of livelihoods, while also ensuring the continued health of coastal and marine ecosystems and the services they provide. This takes careful planning and management, based on a sound understanding of marine and coastal environments. However, these areas are expensive and challenging to measure and monitor using in situ techniques alone. In many cases there are no viable alternatives to EO for providing the information decision-makers need in order to build a sustainable blue economy.

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Key outcomes and conclusions from the All-Atlantic Ocean Research Forum : 6-7 February 2020

23-25 January 2019, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK - Programme, presentations and final report

C-TEP is a data access service dedicated to improving the efficiently of data-intensive research into our dynamic coastal areas

A data cube service as Earth Observation Factory

03-05 December 2019, Estoril, Portugal - Programme, presentations and final report

A portal that provides an ever increasing portfolio of innovative operational platform and cloud services

20-22 November 2019, Paris, France - Programme and final report

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WOC Encourages Participation in 15th Annual Global Forum on Human Settlements: “Post-Pandemic Recovery and Transformation: Resilient Cities, Healthy Planet”
http://gfhsforum.mikecrm.com/zHJo704

Latitude dependence of interhemispheric field‐aligned currents (IHFACs) as observed by the Swarm constellation
Park, J., Yamazaki, Y., Lühr, H. Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics DOI: 10.1029/2019JA027694 - 2020
On the retrieval of internal temperature of Antarctica Ice Sheet by using SMOS observations
G. Macelloni, M. Leduc-Leballeur, F. Montomoli, M. Brogioni, C. Ritz, G. Picard Remote Sensing of Environment DOI: 10.1016/j.rse.2019.111405 - 2019
Melt in Antarctica derived from Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS) observations at L band
M. Leduc-Leballeur, G. Picard, G. Macelloni, A. Mialon, Y.H. Kerr The Cryosphere DOI: 10.5194/tc-14-539-2020 - 2020