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  • Ireland's marine territory covers up to 220 million acres (approx. 880,000km2), an area 10 times greater than our landmass.
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  • Harnessing Our Ocean Wealth - An Integrated Marine Plan for Ireland

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NUACHT & IMEACHTAÍ

Ireland demonstrates its ability to understand cutting-edge research in extreme environments during the Controls of Coldwater Coral Habitats in Submarine Canyons II (CoCoHaCa2) survey led by UCC-led scientists on board the Marine Institute’s RV Celtic Explorer

Ireland demonstrates its ability to understand cutting-edge research in extreme environments...

The O'Connell family from Co Kerry check out the new resident, Bob the Buoy, who has recently retired on Valentia Island_photo Wendy Bleming, Valentia Light House.

The public get an insight into the Irish Weather Buoy Network at Valentia Island, Co Kerry.

Strengthening Europe's Capability in Biological Ocean Observations

The Marine Institute welcomes European Marine Board's new publication

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