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Since July 2003 a new ELOISE site is accessible at the following address:
The information provided in the current page is valid up to June 2003 and the recent developments can be found on the new NILU site

ELOISE is the coordinated European input to the international IGBP core project LOICZ (Land-Ocean Interactions in the Coastal Zone) and represents the research contribution to the EU initiative on integrated coastal zone management. It was in FP4 jointly implemented by the MAST and the ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE Programmes and continues under FP5 in Thematic Programme 4 (Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development) in the key actions "Sustainable marine ecosystems" and "Sustainable Management and Quality of Water". ELOISE is managed on a day-to-day basis by the ELOISE Office at the Environment Institute at Ispra (IT).

High quality data and appropriate project management are not only important in the project life cycle but ultimately facilitate dissemination and project results. See an example, from another research area, which type of support could be provided in Europe. - Your guide to Oceanographic and Marine Data

ELOISE 4th Open Science Meeting - 5-7 September 2001, Rende (Italy)
   [Last update: 26.04.2001]

ELOISE Implementation Report - Phase II - March 1999
   Ecosystems research report no. 33
   Compiled by K.-G. Barthel, H. Barth, C.N. Murray, M. Suranyi and K. Dubois
   Avalaible for downloading as PDF-file: eloise-ph2.pdf (618 Kb)

ELOISE - European Land-Ocean Interaction Studies - 3rd Open Science Meeting
   1-4 December 1999, Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands

Links to ELOISE Projects [Last update: 05.07.2001]

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