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WP3

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WP3 Innovative and cost-effective technologies and approaches

WP leader: Urmas Lips (TalTech)

Objectives: A critical review of novel-cost efficient marine monitoring and assessment technologies and approaches, identifying their current potential for application in an operational context in the Baltic Sea and key gaps in knowledge.

Task 3.1: Review of novel and cost-effective monitoring technology and their applicability in monitoring and assessment of the Baltic Sea
Task 3.2: Analysis of integration of different forms of monitoring to improve assessment of the Baltic Sea
Task 3.3 Analysis of the potential for joint approaches in open-sea monitoring

Deliverables
D3.1 Technical review report on novel and cost-effective monitoring technologies and their potential applicability in Baltic Sea monitoring and assessment (M12)
D3.2 Scientific manuscript on combining traditional open sea monitoring with SOOP and other autonomous approaches (M12)
D3.3 Technical report on opportunities for collaboration between ongoing survey activities in the Baltic for both ICES and HELCOM (M12)
 

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