Marine research is truly multidisciplinary as evidenced by e.g. the EMODnet I, II, and III projects that have been running since 2009. EMODnet Geology has succeeded in bringing together harmonised offshore data including sea-floor geology, seabed substrates, rates of coastline migration, geological events and probabilities and mineral resources.

Now in its third phase, EMODnet Geology Portal consolidates the existing data products with higher resolution and more contents. New services are being built, so users can investigate and search for borehole data, seismic survey data, and multibeam survey data using interactive maps and tools.

We encourage you to contact us, should you have ideas for further improvements or would like to share, how you benefit from our products and services.