Development of appropriate indicators to monitor and forecast in support of SDG14 (Sustainable Development Goal 14: Life Below Water) Read more Forecasts of extreme marine event hazards tailored for aquaculture, focusing on oxygen, heat, and pH ensemble forecasts Read more The Oceanographic Services for Ports and Cities (OSPAC) software, specially tailored for port and city usage. This software provides real-time alerts about marine conditions, including significant wave heights and lightning detection data, ensuring better maritime operations and improved safety Read more Prototype Sea Level Planning and Scenario Visualization Tool Read more User-driven, Well Calibrated, Seasonal Forecast Ocean Indicators Read more Improvement of the Tropical Atlantic Observing System (TAOS) for the delivery of ocean products, specifically chlorophyll-a (chl-a) indicators and carbon fluxes Read more EuroSea methodologies and Best Practices (BP) in various domains including Extreme Marine Events Hazard maps & forecasts, Network integration, Marine debris observing, Machine learning techniques, Simulated observations from different realistic numerical models, Interoperability, and Visualization of the ocean’s societal relevance and economic role Read more Development and deployment of tools that consistently and periodically estimate essential carbon metrics Read more Detailed analysis of the influence specific observations have on the accuracy and reliability of ocean forecasts, leading to the generation of recommendations for observation strategies Read more T5.1.2 Optimisation of tide gauge and satellite altimetry data in a sea level reconstruction for the Mediterranean Sea spanning 67 years (D5.2) Read more