Marine Science and Technology Programme (MAST III)
Meereswissenschaft und -Technologie
Ciencias y Tecnologias Marinas
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within the framework of E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC). Programmes: MAST for 1989-1990; 'MAST II' for 1991-1994; 'MAST III' for 1994-1998. As of 2000, fully implemented and results available. Further research activities being implemented under the programme 'Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development' within the 5th EU Framework Programme.
Improve knowledge of the marine environment; promote new exploration technologies for protection and exploitation of marine resources; coordinate national research and development programmes; develop scientific and technological bases for the sustainable exploitation of marine systems and to determine their precise role in global change.
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