ENVRIplus is a Horizon 2020 project bringing together Environmental and Earth System Research Infrastructures, projects and networks together with technical specialist partners to create a more coherent, interdisciplinary and interoperable cluster of Environmental Research Infrastructures across Europe. Read more!
The EU Research Infrastructure project AQUACOSM (http://aquacosm.eu) has opened the Call for Transnational Access to fund participation or leadership of mesocosm experiments in 2019. We open for access to more than 37 aquatic mesocosm facilities, located at 19 AQUACOSM partners throughout Europe. In total AQUACOSM will offer more than 11500 person-days of Transnational Access (TA) between Jan 2018 and Dec 2020. This call opens for >3800 person days. AQUACOSM offers […]
The European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures presents the updated Strategy Report and Roadmap 2018 that identifies eight scientifically leading Projects from previous Roadmaps which, after ten years of incubation, have reached the operational phase, or are well advanced in their construction, and deserved the ESFRI Landmark status, as well as six new Projects that were selected, among the collected proposals, for their strategic potential and impact for strengthening European research. The […]
7th ENVRI week will be organized in Tallink Hotel Riga, Latvia, November 5-9, 2018 What is ENVRI week? ENVRI week is a week dedicated to Environmental Research Infrastructures. It is organized twice a year ENVRI week hosts ENVRIplus project related sessions as well as several other sessions targeting different groups of stakeholders. AGENDA An outline of the agenda can be downloaded from here. Detailed session agendas will be made available closer to the event. […]
A post adapted from Markus Stocker’s website: http://markusstocker.com/data-analysis-on-interoperable-infrastructure/ This post is an executive summary of Section 2.6 of ENVRIplus deliverable D9.2, which will be published soon. The section presents a demonstrator recently developed in the context of the project. It demonstrates how data analysis can be exposed to researchers as a Web-based service while interoperable Research Infrastructures and e-Infrastructures orchestrate everything else. Somewhat boldly, I am suggesting that we prototype the future of […]
EU Coastal and Open Sea Observatories – Workshop on Interoperability Technologies and Best Practices in Environmental Monitoring Brest, 10-12 October 2018 (Registration deadline: 5th September) Long-term in situ marine observation, be it coastal or open sea, seafloor or water-column, is achieved by a variety of devices and systems operated by a number of teams meeting different demands in multiple contexts. In spite of this diversity, operators and users are facing […]