- Educational pack
- Fact sheets
- Carboschools booklet
- Weather station
- Other Eur-Oceans documents
Educational Pack (UK)
Educational Pack (FR)
Educational Pack (ESP)
Educational Pack (GR)
Educational Pack (IT)
The oceans, the atmosphere and climate change: what should we know about?
Océan, Atmosphère et Changement Climatique : que faut-il savoir ?
Oceano, atmosfera e cambiamenti climatici: Cosa ne sappiamo ?
A European response to climate change and its impact on the oceans
What is EUR-OCEANS?
Ecosystem approach to marine resources (EAMR): moving
from fisheries oceanography towards ecosystem oceanography
South Africa hake
How can science contribute to an ecosystem approach to the South African hake fishery?
North Atlantic plankton communities
Monitoring changes in North Atlantic plankton communities.
Deep ocean observatories: taking the pulse of the ocean.
Green Ocean modelling
How does climate change impact marine ecosystems? To answer this we need better models capable of capturing the dynamics of marine ecosystems, and adequate and long-term ocean observation programmes.
The other half of the CO2 problem.
Strolling through the
equations of Ocean Ecosystem Models
The Model Shopping Tool (MoST; www.eur-oceans.eu/models) is a common platform for sharing knowledge both within the modelling community, and with experimental scientists.
Adaptive management in pelagic fisheries.
The threat of fishing overcapacity to the sustainability of small pelagic fisheries.
Monitoring keystone components of sub-Arctic food webs - ecosystem dynamics of the White Sea.
Evaluating the Baltic Sea food web responses to environmental change.
A Working Group and a website to help assess the exploitation status of the world's marine ecosystems.
Southern Ocean Data Rescue
Extending time-series into the past.
EUR-OCEANS: from a Network of Excellence to a Consortium.
What we knowWhat we do not knowAnd how we try to better understand global change.
Hva vi vet Hva vi ikke vet Hvordan vi bedre prøver å forstå globale endringer i klima og miljø.
Was wir wissen,Was wir nicht wissen und Wie wir vorgehen, um den globalen Wandel besser zu verstehen.
Wat we weten Wat we niet weten En hoe we proberen de wereldwijde milieuveranderingen beter te begrijpen.
You can retrieve instructions about the weather station here.
When climate rules the ocean
The ocean is a fantastic climate regulator. But what will be the impact of the present or future climate changes on the seas?
The acid threat
The increase in the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere has not only an influence on climate change, but also on the chemical composition of the oceans. What does ocean acidification mean? How can the absorbed CO2 affect on marine organisms? Download
This report describes the progress in understanding the human and natural drivers of climate change, observed climate change, climate processes and attribution, and estimates of projected future climate change.