News related to: Underwater Noise in the Marine Environment
Five JPI Oceans Underwater Noise Projects kick off their activities in Brussels
- 01 March 2023
JPI Oceans is pleased to announce the successful kick-off meeting of its five innovative projects, focused on the effects of noise pollution on marine ecosystems and the development of innovative seismic sources as quieter and effective alternatives to conventional marine geophysical exploration.
Turning up the volume: Five new projects on ‘Underwater noise in the Marine Environment’ awarded funding
- 19 September 2022
The innovative projects are coming in the wake of a JPI Oceans call establishing a unique collaboration between Belgium, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Poland, Romania and Spain together with BANOS, BlueMed, NOAA and the UN Ocean Decade.
JPI Oceans call on underwater noise generates buzz
- 29 March 2022
In response to the call which brought together up to €8.2 million, thirteen project proposals involving partners from all eight participating countries were received.
Launch of Joint Call for proposals on underwater noise in the marine environment
- 19 November 2021
Belgium, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Poland, Romania and Spain under the framework of JPI Oceans and together with BANOS, BlueMed, NOAA and the UN Ocean Decade, are pleased to launch this call, with a deadline for proposals on 28 February 2022.
JPI Oceans workshop on underwater noise in the marine environment
- 15 April 2020
Under the umbrella of JPI Oceans more than 20 experts nominated from 9 countries and international organisations met at the National Research Council headquarters in Rome, Italy from 13-14 January 2020 to discuss the outlines of a potential JPI Oceans action on marine noise.