Using Earth Observation for Water Quality Monitoring

Free online workshop and training course, 13th – 14th October
Products derived from freely available Copernicus satellite data have many marine applications.  Examples include seabed mapping, predicting species distribution, detecting eutrophication and toxic algal blooms, tracking oil spills, quantifying plastic pollution and helping to predict responses to climate change. 

New virtual MEDIN workshop with OceanWise

The Marine Environmental Data and Information Network (MEDIN​) and OceanWise are delighted to announce the premiere of our online workshop: Marine Data Management, Governance and the MEDIN toolset. The course will take place over 5 days from the 19th to the 23rd of April​, with live lessons in the morning and independent learning in the afternoons.

Scottish Marine Biodiversity Data Review

Can you help NatureScot to support the Scottish Marine Biodiversity Data review? Please complete this survey which will help to;

'Future Ocean: Science under the surface' - online conference, hosted by Cefas

We would like to welcome you to our ‘Future Ocean: Science under the surface’ conference on June 16th 2021 in support of the Ocean "Super Year". With the involvement of current partners and collaborators, this interactive virtual event will showcase how the scientific evidence we provide to governments globally has a real world impact on the future of our oceans and the people who depend upon them.


Register your interest now with more details to follow shortly.

Introduction to Coastal and Marine GIS Training

Looking to understand marine spatial data and its application within a GIS environment?

The Introduction to Coastal and Marine GIS course will provide you with the background and skills necessary to utilise spatial data as a decision-making tool in marine planning, conflict management and environmental management.