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Marine Environmental Monitoring

from sampling to knowledge

What we do

NODC

SMHI is the National Oceanographic Data Centre of Sweden

Since 2017 we are the National Oceanographic Data Centre (NODC) appointed by UNESCOs IOC/IODE.

NODC

SMHI is the National Oceanographic Data Centre of Sweden

Since 2017 we are the National Oceanographic Data Centre (NODC) appointed by UNESCOs IOC/IODE.

DATA, REPORTS AND NEWS

NEWS

28 January 2020

Including a climate perspective in Swedish marine planning

How the climate affects the sea is an important aspect of sustainable marine planning. The latest calculations of how a changed climate may affect the Baltic Sea and the North Sea will be incorporated into Sweden’s current marine planning.

21 January 2020

SMHI helps to determine phytoplankton species in the seas around Sweden

SMHI will be working together with Umeå University and KTH Royal Institute of Technology on a three-year project to evaluate high quality sequencing, or DNA barcoding, as a technique for quickly and reliably determining phytoplankton species in water samples. The project will study diversity, with a particular focus on non-native and harmful algae.

28 August 2019

SMHI is hosting expert meeting on rising sea levels

IPCC has released a special report focusing on the ocean and the cryosphere in a changing climate. Following the release, SMHI is hosting a workshop with the aim of exchanging knowledge on the topic and discussing its implications and benefits for Swedish climate planning.

 

National archive for oceanographic data

NEWS

28 January 2020

Including a climate perspective in Swedish marine planning

How the climate affects the sea is an important aspect of sustainable marine planning. The latest calculations of how a changed climate may affect the Baltic Sea and the North Sea will be incorporated into Sweden’s current marine planning.

21 January 2020

SMHI helps to determine phytoplankton species in the seas around Sweden

SMHI will be working together with Umeå University and KTH Royal Institute of Technology on a three-year project to evaluate high quality sequencing, or DNA barcoding, as a technique for quickly and reliably determining phytoplankton species in water samples. The project will study diversity, with a particular focus on non-native and harmful algae.

28 August 2019

SMHI is hosting expert meeting on rising sea levels

IPCC has released a special report focusing on the ocean and the cryosphere in a changing climate. Following the release, SMHI is hosting a workshop with the aim of exchanging knowledge on the topic and discussing its implications and benefits for Swedish climate planning.

 

National archive for oceanographic data

Marine environment on external web sites

International collaborations

International collaborations
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