The Division of Marine Physics (DMP) at TalTech recently recovered the Keri cabled bottom profiling station, part of the Gulf of Finland Pilot Supersite of JERICO-RI. The Keri profiling station is deployed on the seabed at 110 m depth year-round. The autonomous profiler regularly samples the water column from the bottom to the sea surface several times a day. The station is expected to be deployed back to the sea after maintenance in February 2021. In addition, near bottom nutrient analysers…
23rd February 2021
JERICO-S3 is pleased to publicise the Announcement of Transnational Access of AQUACOSM-plus…
17th February 2021
During the first week of February 2021, the Balearic Islands Coastal Observing…
9th February 2021
The first 2021 CANALES mission started last month with the successful launch…
8th February 2021
Join our effort! In JERICO-S3, we continue our efforts towards measuring synchronously…
20th November 2020
FINMARI connects European RI networks nationally The Finnish Marine Research Infrastructure consortium FINMARI arranges annual Researcher Days 16 March 2021– [...]
The International Conference on Marine Data and Information Systems (IMDIS) 2021will be held as a Virtual Event from 12-14 April [...]
JERICO-S3 will hold JERICO Week #2 19th-23rd April 2021 as a virtual event. Please find the draft Agenda at a [...]
Aquatic Sciences for a Sustainable Future:  Nurturing Cooperation Following the pressing needs of the society to ensure a sustainable future, [...]

Transnational Access (TNA) facilities

The primary objective of the Jerico-S3 Transnational Access activity is to enable scientists and engineers to freely access coastal infrastructures not available in their own countries. The Jerico-S3 Consortium includes research structures such as Ferryboxes, Fixed Platforms, Gliders, and associated support facilities, i.e. Calibration Laboratories. Further information


Follow the Glider is a web tool aimed at students and developed by CEFAS, IMEDEA (CSIC-UIB) and SOCIB (Balearic Coastal Monitoring and Forecasting System) as part of the European FP7 – JERICO project. It is based on the glider-monitoring tool available at

This project has received funding from the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under grant agreement No 871153. Project coordinator: IFREMER, France. The information and views of this website lie entirely with the authors. The European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.