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INFOMAR 16h
THANK YOU to all who attended and spoke at our seminar in Dingle which offered a great discussion on and more. Already looking forward to taking place on 3-4 Dec 2020 in Dublin Castle.
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Irish OL Network 18h
Thank you for your warmth, ideas and welcome at the conference. We have a lot of ideas to share with the network.
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INFOMAR Oct 17
Dr. Conor Brosnan delves into the history of shipwrecks on the Dingle Peninsula.
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INFOMAR Oct 17
Ross O'Connell from discusses the use of bathymetric data for Irish offshore wind development.
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INFOMAR Oct 17
We are LIVE with - Norway's programme. Great discussion with INFOMAR's Tommy Furey on the benefits of co-operating with seabed mapping agencies in Europe around the world.
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INFOMAR Oct 17
Lucy Hunt from Sea Syneregy Marine Awareness Centre talks about educating communities about the ocean environment.
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INFOMAR Oct 17
Grace Flannery from discusses their analysis on river water quality on the Dingle Peninsula and developing the study further to measure the effects on the marine environment at the river mouth.
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INFOMAR Oct 17
Marine Planning Advisor Tom Woolley from discusses the use of data to support the development of the national marine spatial plan.
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INFOMAR Oct 17
NUIG's Daithí Maguire discusses the use of synthetic-aperture radar to monitor coastal erosion around the Maharees.
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INFOMAR Oct 17
Tom Rossiter from NUI Galway discusses the use of UAVs for mapping.
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INFOMAR Oct 17
Ken Higgs from talks about the of the Dingle Peninsula.
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INFOMAR Oct 17
INFOMAR's Trevor Alcorn , Eimear O'Keefe and Yeray Castillo discuss , and and their applications to the programme.
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INFOMAR Oct 17
Day 2 of INFOMAR Seminar 2019 kicks off with Aodhan Fitzgerald introducing Ireland's brand new which should be ready for operation by 2022.
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INFOMAR Oct 16
Day 1 of INFOMAR Seminar 2019 comes to a close with a presentation from Eoin Fannon to the Irish Legal Baselines Project.
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INFOMAR Oct 16
Kieran Craven from Cherish Project discusses varying methods of mapping the interidal zone and applying this data to quantify coastal erosion and it's effects on heritage sites across Ireland and Wales.
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INFOMAR Oct 16
Connie Kelleher from Underwater Archaeological Unit discusses the cross departmental collaborative efforts with INFOMAR to map shipwrecks and quantify the impacts of storminess on the deterioration of wrecks.
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INFOMAR Oct 16
INFOMAR's Eoin MacCraith discusses the use of INFOMAR data to identify on our seabed for the european data network helping to map our changing coastline over the past thousands of years.
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INFOMAR Oct 16
Nóirín and Gary discuss the growing Irish Ocean Literacy Network offering a community with shared ideas and goals working together to develop an ocean literate Ireland.
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INFOMAR Oct 16
Prof. Ronadh Cox discusses the use of INFOMAR bathymetric data for wave modelling to help solve the mystery of the moving boulders highlighting the importance of onshore-offshore data integration.
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INFOMAR Oct 16
Caroline Boland from discusses the sustainable development of tourism across the area and highlights the importance of and
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