Our team

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A consortium of 15 partners coordinated by ACTeon, will work on ResponSEAble. The strengths of our Consortium are the combination of expertise and skills, the capacity to cover all components of the ocean knowledge system, from the production of knowledge to its final use experience in a wide range of communication and literacy products and initiatives.

Our team coverage of the main regional seas relevant to the EU (the Black Sea, the Mediterranean Sea, the North Sea, the Baltic Sea and the Atlantic façade) Its transatlantic dimension an excellent access to the main regional, European and international Networks on Marine knowledge.

NIVA

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The Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA) is an environmental research organization committed to research, monitoring, assessment and studies on freshwater, coastal and marine environments in addition to environmental technology. NIVA is in ResponSEAble involved in WP4, WP5, WP6 and WP7 and the developed platforms during the project will be included on the ferries with Ferrybox technology installed (developed by NIVA).

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Anna Birgitta Ledang

Anna Birgitta Ledang

Anna Birgitta Ledang has a background as a physical oceanographer. She is working with water quality monitoring of coastal waters, concerning both eutrophication issues and industry discharge related issues. She is also working with remote sensing, and specifically with optical satellite data. In ResponSEAble she will mainly be involved in the development of making interactive platforms resulting from the key story development in WP1-3.

Dag Hjermann

Dag Hjermann

Dag Hjermann is an ecologist and data analyst and he will mainly be involved in making interactive visualization platforms and maps. In NIVA, he works with both automatic monitoring data (Ferrybox) as well as marine contaminant data.

Wenche Eikrem

Wenche Eikrem

Wenche Eikrem is experienced in taxonomy and identification of microalgae/protists including toxic algae using light, fluorescence, transmission and scanning electron microscopy and the isolation and culturing of algae. Her work includes the description of several species new to science and ultrastructural studies of protists. She will mainly be involved in the development of interactive vizualisation platforms and maps.

Wenting Chen

Wenting Chen

Wenting Chen has working experience on climate change and uncertainty modeling, policy analysis for textile waste recycling measures in Norway, EU CO2 trading schemes, socio-economic analysis of environmental impact assessment for big industrial projects, institutional comparison for public infrastructure investment between Norway and China among other things. She will mainly be involved in the development of interactive vizualisation platforms and maps.

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