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EMSO ERIC is pleased to announce his first TRANSNATIONAL ACCESS

    Through EMSO-Link project, EMSO ERIC launches its first TRANSNATIONAL ACCESS. The objective of this call is to offer free-of-charge access to three EMSO ERIC facilities (EMSO PYLOS, EMSO SmartBay and EMSO NICE) where external measuring systems can be installed, including instruments, systems, new technologies and where new procedures/experiments can be tested/take place. The […]

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4th GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 7th STEERING COMMITTEE, KAVALA, GREECE, 21-22 JUNE, 2018

INVITATION DANUBIUS-PP 4th General Assembly, 7th Steering Committee Opional NESTOS Supersite visit schedule Kavala, Greece, 21-22 June 2018 Schedule 19.06. Day of arrival for NESTOS visitors 20.06. NESTOS Supersite visit 21.06. General Assembly 22.06. General Assembly & Steering Committee 4th Meeting of the GA_Final Agenda   Registration Registration deadline is May 18th, 2018 Please confirm […]

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BfG hosted the Supersites /Commons/ 6th Steering Committee meeting on March 20.-23. 2018 in Koblenz

After the Supersites workshop the German Federal Institute of Hydrology (BfG) hosted a two days DANUBIUS-Commons Workshop as part of the “Preparatory Phase for the Pan-European Research Infrastructure DANUBIUS-RI” project. At the beginning, Dr. Birgit Esser, head of BfG welcomed 40 Participants from 14 European countries. The welcome speech was followed by a guest lecture […]

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Successful new session „Integrative Studies of the River-Sea Continuum” at General Assembly of European Geoscience Union

How are River-Sea Systems functioning? How are they changing due to human pressures? What is the impact of processes in the catchment on marine systems function, and vice versa? These were a few questions, which build the foundation for the new session entitled “Integrative studies of the River-Sea-Continuum” at the General Assembly of the European […]

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NCR, NCK & DANUBIUS-RI Theme day

Sediment management in deltas – Implications and challenges of disturbed sediment continua for society 9 March 2018, Vlaardingen, The Netherlands River to the coastal sea sediment continua are disturbed, globally. Several river-sea-systems are short of sediment mostly due to damming. This causes dramatic impacts such as drowning deltas. Scientists and stakeholders should team-up urgently in […]

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GSA Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington, USA – 2017

Paper No. 376-10 Presentation Time: 9:00 AM-6:30 PM DANUBIUS-RI:  INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR ADVANCED STUDIES ON RIVER-SEA SYSTEMS.  A PAN-EUROPEAN  INITIATIVE  FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AND INNOVATION INFRASTRUCTURE FOR RIVER-SEA SYSTEMS MICHALOPOULOS, Panagiotis1, STANICA, Adrian2 and SCHULTZ, Michael2, (1)Institute of Oceanography, Hellenic Center for Marine Research, 46.7 km Athens-Sounion An, Anavyssos, 19013, Greece, […]

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New session at EGU 2018: “Integrative studies of the River-Sea-Continuum”

New session at EGU 2018: “Integrative studies of the River-Sea-Continuum”  We are happy to announce that there is going to be a new session entitled “Integrative studies of the River-Sea-Continuum” at the General Assembly 2018 of the European Geosciences Union’s (EGU), taking place from April 8-13 in Vienna. Several scientists associated with DANUBIUS-RI contributed to […]

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