Baltic Data Flows


The Baltic Data Flows project seeks to enhance the sharing and harmonisation of data on the marine environment originating from existing sea monitoring programmes, and to move towards service-based data sharing. In particular, open datasets on the Baltic Sea marine environment will be made available by HELCOM to a wider community such as researchers, NGOs, the private sector and the European open data ecosystem.

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The Baltic Data Flows project features eight activities:

  1. National data 
  2. Data sharing platforms 
  3. Data harvesting 
  4. New datatypes  
  5. Data for hazardous substances assessment 
  6. Data for biodiversity assessment 
  7. Dissemination and impact assessment 
  8. Project management 

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Baltic Data Flows has seven project partners:

  • HELCOM (lead)
  • ICES
  • LHEI
  • SMHI
  • Spatineo inc.
  • Stockholm University
  • SYKE

The Baltic Data Flows project is led by HELCOM and co-financed by the Connecting Europe Facility of the European Union.

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Logos, templates and other project documents.

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Read the latest news about the Baltic Data Flow project.

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Project management and media contacts.

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