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DOORS will stimulate the Blue Economy in the Black Sea region. Angelica Paiu 

and Ramona Crangasu from Mare Nostrum explain how DOORS will achieve that.

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DOORS Annual Newsletter 2021-2022


Sedimentation threatens Black Sea Ports

Karadeniz Technical University have performed a number of field surveys to help produce a sampling strategy for assessing climate change.

Observational and data capacities in the Black Sea

EuroGOOS have developed an online tool that allows users to navigate across the different Black Sea observing and data initiatives.

SoS Stakeholder Survey Results

Our first Stakeholder Survey achieved 152 responses on user requirements for marine data and data products in the Black Sea.

Black Sea Stories: The Water of Death

In this short video, DOORS Project Coordinator, Adrian Stanica of GeoEcoMar explains the processes behind eutrophication in certain sections of water in the Danube Delta.

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Focus on DOORS objectives & strategies

Unlocking Black Sea coastal challenges through modelling activities

Debora Bellafiore (CNR-ISMAR) and Bettina Fach (METU) introduce scientific modelling as a supporting tool for science in the Black Sea region, assuring continuity and gaining even more importance in the present time.

Black Sea Stakeholders are Key to our Success

Dina Eparkhina of EuroGOOS co-leads the DOORS work package on stakeholder engagement and in this article talks about how the overall success of DOORS will be shaped by the foundations this work creates.

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Data is key to assessing the status of the Black Sea, explains Kalliopi Pagou (HCMR) and Natalia Fedoronchuk (MGEC), as initial stakeholder consultations reveal the most pressing gaps in the existing research infrastructure.

DOORS podcast episode 1

In our first podcast episode, we chat to Ukrainian student, Nataliya Shepel, while she was attending COP26 last year, about the challenges facing the Black Sea and her interest in oceanography.

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DOORS is an opprtunity to foster the trust that underpins Europe’s economies and societies, explains Rory Scarrott from University College Cork, in a thought-provoking account.

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