The first real-time warning system for marine geohazards in the Black Sea

The thematic course “MARINEGEOHAZARD – the first real-time warning system for marine geohazards in the Black Sea” will be held Thursday, December 6, 2012, 16:00, at the Faculty of Geology and Geophysics of the University of Bucharest, PA Amphitheater.
The presentation is delivered by Dr. Eng Gheorghe Oaie, General Director of NIRD GeoEcoMar and Project Manager of “MARINEGEOHAZARD – Set-up and implementation of key core components of a regional early-warning system for marine geohazards of risk to the Romanian-Bulgarian Black Sea coastal area”.
The thematic course is part of the information and communication activities within MARINEGEOHAZARD project, aiming to raise awareness regarding the risk of marine geohazards in the Black Sea and the possibility of real-time warning on this phenomenon.
MARINEGEOHAZARD project goal is to implement an integrated real-time system warning for marine geohazards (submarine earthquakes, landslides, extreme waves, etc.) with potentially harmful effects for Romania and Bulgaria coastal areas, as well as to improve the regional capacity for assessment and rapid notification of natural marine geohazards.
The project is financed by the Romania-Bulgaria Cross-Border Cooperation Programme 2007-2013 and co-financed by the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund.

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