|Short name: CNR-ISMAR|
|Contact name: Stefania Sparnocchia|
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CNR is a governmental research performing organization whose mission is to carry out, promote, spread, transfer and improve research activities in the main sectors of knowledge growth and of its applications for the scientific, technological, economic and social development. CNR is involved in JERICO-NEXT with expertise of the Institute of Marine Sciences, ISMAR, one of the 12 institutes affiliated to the Department of Earth System Science and Environmental Technologies of CNR (DTA). It is composed of seven Research Units and a head office located in Venice. Through its units, it directly manages the presently settled in situ coastal observing systems of CNR, composed by fixed platforms and moorings, HF radars, a glider and an observational system based on fishing vessels. The groups mailny involved in this project are based in Trieste, La Spezia and Ancona and are active in physical and chemical oceanography and fishery research, concerning both technological development and environmental aspects.
Main tasks attributed under Work Packages:
Leader of WP7 – Transnational Access to Coastal Observatories.
Relevant Projects- previous and existing:
JERICO – Toward a joint European research infrastructure network for coastal observatories (FP7,G.A. no: 262584) – www.jerico-fp7.eu
TOSCA (Tracking Oil Spills & Coastal Awareness network) – EU-MED Programme Project cofinanced by the European Regional Development Fund – www.tosca-med.eu
NexOS – Innovative multifunctional sensors for in-situ monitoring of marine environment and related maritime activities (FP7, G.A. no: 614102) – http://www.nexosproject.eu/
DG MARE/2012/11 – Lot 2 The Mediterranean Sea – Growth and innovation in ocean economy – Gaps and priorities in sea basin observation and data (Service Contract no: SI2.6581.37 MARE/2012/11 – lot 2) – http://www.emodnet-mediterranean.eu/
RITMARE (la Ricerca ITaliana per il MARE) – Flagship Project funded by the Italian Ministry of University and Research – www.ritmare.it