Corpenicus for fisheries and aquaculture
ClimeFish was invited to attend ‘The Copernicus for fisheries and aquaculture’ workshop in Brussels in 2nd October 2018. Climate change issues as well as ClimeFish project were received a lot of attention during the workshop. At the session ‘Fisheries challenges, user needs and innovation paths’ Thuy Pham, from UiT – The Arctic University of Norway, presented the main goals of ClimeFish and how the project can contribute in sustaining fisheries sector under climate change. Especially, some of Corpenicus data has been used in the modelling work of the project. ClimeFish also aims to collect, visualise and harmonise and make available the data to the users; connect with relevant repositories such as OpenAIRE, Climate-ADAPT, Copernicus, … where the generated data can be made available after the project ends.