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The project is being developed by a consortium involving partners from 5 countries of the Atlantic Area (Ireland, UK, France, Portugal, and Spain). There are representatives from regional and local competent agencies and authorities as well as research centres and an international organisation. Furthermore, it is being supported by an Advisory Body comprising key authorities and experts from the participating countries.
Centro Tecnológico del Mar - Fundación CETMAR
CETMAR
Postal address: C/Eduardo Cabello, SN - 36208 Vigo - SPAIN
Contact: Marisa Fernández, mfernandez@cetmar.org
CETMAR is a non-profit public foundation that aims to promote a sustainable development of marine environment & resources and to foster links and cooperation between R&D agents, the maritime-fishing industry and other major stakeholders.
www.cetmar.org
Instituto Tecnolóxico para o control do medio mariño de Galicia
INTECMAR
Postal address: C/ Peirao de Vilaxoán, SN, 36611, Vilagarcía de Arousa - SPAIN
Contact: Garbiñe Ayensa, gayensa@intecmar.org
INTECMAR is in charge of the quality control, monitoring and research on shellfish growing areas. The contingency plan for marine pollution incidents of Galicia includes INTECMAR as one of the official centres for advising.
www.intecmar.org
Universidade de Vigo
Uvigo
Postal address: Departamento Biología Vegetal. Facultad de Ciencias. Universidad de Vigo. As Lagoas – Marcosende. 36310. Vigo. Spain
Contact: Luis Navarro. lnavarro@uvigo.es
Apart from carrying out research in ecology and evolution of species interactions (especially in pollination biology, seed dispersal and biological invasions), the Group of Plant Ecology and Evolution in the University of Vigo is also interested in scientific divulgation through innovative technologies. It has achieved international awards in Scientist Film Festivals. This activity ranges from the creation of websites specialized in E-learning that combine teaching units, with quiz games, or test, to Flash animations or 3D video.
www.uvigo.es
Consejería de Justicia e Interior – Junta de Andalucía
CJI
Postal address: Dirección General de Interior, Emergencias y Protección Civil. Plaza nueva nº 4. 41071 Sevilla. Spain
Contact: María Dolores Jiménez. mariad.jimenez.navarro@juntadeandalucia.es
Among other competences, the Andalusian Regional Ministry for Justice and Interior is the regional organization that develops the Emergency Plan for coastal pollution in Andalusia (PECLA). Its principal purpose is to establish the organizational structure and operating procedures for an adequate response to emergency situations in which coastal pollution originates in the region of Andalusia, ensuring greater effectiveness and coordination in the operation of the means and resources.
www.juntadeandalucia.es
Consejería de Justicia e Interior – Junta de Andalucía
CJI
Postal address: Dirección General de Interior, Emergencias y Protección Civil. Plaza nueva nº 4. 41071 Sevilla. Spain
Contact: María Dolores Jiménez. mariad.jimenez.navarro@juntadeandalucia.es
Among other competences, the Andalusian Regional Ministry for Justice and Interior is the regional organization that develops the Emergency Plan for coastal pollution in Andalusia (PECLA). Its principal purpose is to establish the organizational structure and operating procedures for an adequate response to emergency situations in which coastal pollution originates in the region of Andalusia, ensuring greater effectiveness and coordination in the operation of the means and resources.
www.juntadeandalucia.es
Universidad de Cádiz
UCA
Postal address: Universidad de Cadiz, Departamento de Física Aplicada. CASEM, Campus Universitario de Puerto Real. 11510. Puerto Real. Spain
Contact: Óscar Álvarez. oscar.alvarez@uca.es
Apart from teaching and other educational labours, the main activities of the Research Group “Physical Oceanography: Dynamics” (Department of Applied Physics, University of Cadiz) are focused on the study of hydrodynamic processes in ocean and coastal waters. The group has wide experience in the numerical modelling of oceanographic processes including tidal dynamics, wind-waves and wind-wave-tide interaction, internal waves, turbulence, sediment transport processes, operational oceanography, coastal morphodynamics, coastal engineering and many related features, as well as field data acquisition, analysis, and interpretation.
www.uca.es
Instituto Superior Técnico
IST
Postal address: Postal Address: Avda. Rovisco Pais. 1049-001 Lisboa - PORTUGAL
Contact: Contact: Rodrigo Fernandes. arcopol@maretec.org
IST is a public Engineering School of the University of Lisbon. The mission of MARETEC, a research group in IST, is to carry out research and development in marine environment and technologies and disseminate research results through publication.
www.mohid.com
Centro interdisciplinar de Investigação Marinha e Ambiental
CIIMAR
Postal address: Rua dos Bragas 289, 4050‐123 Porto - PORTUGAL
Contact: Miguel Santos. santos@ciimar.up.pt
The CIIMAR is a research and advanced training institution of the University of Porto. Its mission is to develop high-quality research, promote technological development and support public policies in the area of Marine and Environmental Sciences.
www.ciimar.up.pt
National Maritime College of Ireland – HALPIN Centre for Research & Innovation
HALPIN
Postal address: National Maritime College of Ireland, Ringaskiddy, Cork. Ireland
Contact: Cormac Gebruers, cormac.gebruers@nmci.ie
The Halpin Centre for Research and Innovation at the National Maritime College of Ireland (NMCI) undertakes research, development and innovation activity in the Maritime Safety and Security, Maritime Education and Training and Shipping Transport and Logistics areas. Work in these areas is supported by five cross cutting themes where the Halpin Centre is building in-house expertise: IT & Communications, Shipping & Maritime Operations, Human Factors, Policy and Engineering. The Halpin Centre works closely with research centres and departments at the Cork Institute of Technology (NMCI is a constituent college of CIT) and with NMCI partners, the Irish Naval Service.
www.nmci.ie
Public Health England
PHE
Postal address: CRCE Wales Unit, UWIC, Western Avenue, Llandaff. CF5 2YB. Cardiff. Wales. UK
Contact: Paul Harold, Paul.Harold@PHE.gov.uk
The Centre for Radiation, Chemicals and Environmental Hazards (CRCE) is a specialist resource of the Public Health England. It provides advice, research and services to protect the public from hazards resulting from exposure to chemicals and poisons, radiation both ionising and non-ionising and ultrasound and infrasound. The Centre also leads for PHE on public health effects of climate change and extreme environmental events such as flooding. CRCE (Wales) is part of the UK’s emergency planning and preparedness structure for chemical incidents, whether accidental or deliberate and provides advice and support to government, emergency services, local authorities and health professionals on the acute and chronic health effects of environmental chemicals.
www.gov.uk
Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science
CEFAS
Postal address: Pakefield Road. NR33 OHT. Lowestoft. England. UK.
Contact: Rosalinda Gioia, Rosalinda.Gioia@cefas.co.uk
Cefas is the United Kingdom’s operational marine scientific centre delivering solutions to meet the diverse needs of public and private sector businesses and organisations active in aquatic environments. It provides the high quality science used to conserve and enhance the aquatic/terrestrial environment, promote sustainable management of its natural resources, and protect the public from contaminants.
www.cefas.defra.gov.uk
Consellería do Medio Rural e do Mar – Xunta de Galicia
CMRM
Postal address: Edificio Administrativo San Caetano s/n‐ Bloque 5‐2ª planta, 15781 Santiago de Compostela - SPAIN
Contact: Lino Sexto, lino.sexto.bermudez@xunta.es
The Consellería do Medio Rural e do Mar ensures the sustainability and correct management for fisheries and aquaculture. It is also competent on fishing and maritime studies and investigation. Moreover, it is in charge of carrying out the regional SAR and pollution response.
www.xunta.es
École D’ingénieurs en Génie des Systèmes Industriels de La Rochelle
EIGSI
Postal address: 26 rue de Vaux de Foletier. 17000. La Rochelle. France.
Contact: Frédéric Muttin, frederic.muttin@eigsi.fr
EIGSI is a multidisciplinary Engineering School with 2 campuses, one in La Rochelle, the second in Casablanca (Morocco). EIGSI has two main research areas: firstly renewable energies and protection of coastal environment, and secondly improving clean mobility.
www.eigsi.fr
Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions of Europe
CPMR
Postal address: 14 Rond Point Schuman, B-1040 Bruxelles. Belgium.
Contact: Pauline Caumont, pauline.caumont@crpm.org
The Atlantic Arc Commission is a network set up in 1989 within the wider Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions (CPMR), which brings together around 20 Regions located along the EU’s Atlantic seaboard. The Atlantic Arc Commission promotes an ambitious vision of European integration and cooperation amongst the Atlantic territories and advocates for greater and better sea-land interactions.
www.cpmr.org
Marine Institute
MI
Postal address: Rinville, Oranmore, County Galway, Ireland.
Contact: Glenn Nolan, glenn.nolan@marine.ie
The Marine Institute is the national agency responsible for Marine Research, Technology Development and Innovation. Our essential roles include: providing high-quality services that support legislative requirements underpinning sectorial development and safeguarding the marine environment and its natural resources; undertaking crucial research projects and programmes that inform good governance and sustainable development; providing, maintaining and facilitating access to critical marine infrastructure including the national research vessels, data buoy network and wave energy test-sites.
www.marine.ie
Pembrokeshire County Council
PCC
Postal address: County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, UK
Contact: --
Pembrokeshire County Council, as a Local Authority, provides a wide range of services including: Education, Social Services, Housing, Planning, Regulatory and Environmental Services. They were partners in EROCIPS, ARCOPOL and ARCOPOLplus projects and nowadays they participate in ARCOPOLplatform as an associated partner.
www.pembrokeshire.gov.uk
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