MOVE 2014

The conference was held at Ifremer in Brest (France) in the 'salon de l'océan' on November 24-27, 2014.

The conference was organized by Ifremer Deep-Sea Lab.

jointly with Ocean Networks Canada, with the support of Institut Carnot Ifremer-Edrome, Labex Mer and FIXO3 (Fixed-Point Open Ocean Observatoires)

Purposes:

Innovations in ocean technologies allowed the development of a new generation of ocean observing systems. The EMSO-Açores (EMSO-ESONET) and NEPTUNE (Ocean Networks Canada) observatories, located on the Mid-Atlantic and the Juan de Fuca ridges respectively, are the first deep-sea platforms with a link to land to be deployed on hydrothermal vents. Both observatories have been operating since 2010 and acquired a large amount of different types of data (scalar, acoustic, optical) across a wide range of disciplines.

The next big challenge is to integrate these data to reach a comprehensive understanding of hydrothermal ecosystems dynamics and functioning. This international workshop brought together researchers from various disciplines in order to share results and engage future collaborations.

The Momarsat 2014 cruise

Published on 1 september 2014

A successful workshop !

Published on 12 january 2015