EU Horizon 2020 project

A large scale EU Horizon 2020 research and innovation project contributing to the Trans-Atlantic Research Alliance and GEO.

62 Partners, 18 Countries

International integration of Atlantic ocean observing activities – further supporters / members are welcome.

Met Office (MET O)

The Met Office is the national meteorological service of the United Kingdom, offering a wide range of meteorological, climatological and environmental services to customers in government, commerce and industry. The Met Office has a wide-ranging and internationally recognised capability in operational oceanography, both for the shelf seas and the global ocean, and has been one of the major players in the MyOcean consortium, developing a prototype Marine Core Service for Europe. The focus for climatological research at the Met Office is the Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research which, since its creation in 1990, has established a world-class reputation for the quality of its studies on climate variability and the prediction and detection of anthropogenic climate change. The Met Office’s expertise in ocean modelling across all timescales from daily analysis and forecasting to multidecadal climate change allows the Met Office to bring a uniquely broad perspective to defining the requirements for an Atlantic Ocean observing system

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