European Oceanological Observatory (EOO)
Observatoire océanologique européen (OOE)
1990, as one of the 'European Network of Specialist Centres' of Open Partial Agreement on the Prevention of, Protection against and Organization of Relief in Major Natural and Technological Disasters (EUR-OPA Major Hazards Agreement), within the framework of the Council of Europe (CE). Was located in the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco. Previously also referred to in English as European Oceanographic Laboratory (EOL) and as European Oceanographic Centre. Ceased to exist, Oct 2001.
Conduct research with the objective of evaluating ecological risks and restoring degraded habitats.Available with paid subscription only.
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