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 {{  public:​groom_g-roos.png?​220|GOOS/​ROOS considered in the MyOcean project (1) Global ocean, (2) Arctic Sea (Arctic ROOS), (3) Baltic Sea (BOOS), (4) Atlantic European North West Shelf Ocean (NOOS), (5) Atlantic Iberian Biscay Irish Ocean (IBI-ROOS), (6) Mediterranean Sea (MOON and Med-GOOS), (7) Black Sea (Black Sea-GOOS) ; European possible “gliderports” are indicated by yellow stars.}} {{  public:​groom_g-roos.png?​220|GOOS/​ROOS considered in the MyOcean project (1) Global ocean, (2) Arctic Sea (Arctic ROOS), (3) Baltic Sea (BOOS), (4) Atlantic European North West Shelf Ocean (NOOS), (5) Atlantic Iberian Biscay Irish Ocean (IBI-ROOS), (6) Mediterranean Sea (MOON and Med-GOOS), (7) Black Sea (Black Sea-GOOS) ; European possible “gliderports” are indicated by yellow stars.}}
  
-The "​Gliders ​foor Research, Ocean Observation and Management"​ (GROOM) infrastructure design study will evaluate the requirements to set up+The "​Gliders ​for Research, Ocean Observation and Management"​ (GROOM) infrastructure design study will evaluate the requirements to set up
 a sustainable European glider infrastructure to safely operate individual as well as fleets of gliders in order to create a continuum of observations. Operations shall be coordinated to fill the gaps left by present marine observation systems on global, regional and coastal scale, with benefits for both fundamental marine research and operational oceanography. a sustainable European glider infrastructure to safely operate individual as well as fleets of gliders in order to create a continuum of observations. Operations shall be coordinated to fill the gaps left by present marine observation systems on global, regional and coastal scale, with benefits for both fundamental marine research and operational oceanography.
 The objective for this design study for a European glider RI are to demonstrate that: The objective for this design study for a European glider RI are to demonstrate that:
 





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