ECOHYDROS’ CyberHAB project is included as one of the functional prototypes to be highlighted in the EOSC (European Open Science Cloud) publication

Using Data Cloud Servicies Manage Harmful Algae Blooms [ -HAB- ]

Harmfull Algae Blooms (HABs) occur when toxic microalgae proliferate uncontrollably and seize rivers, lakes or ponds, causing costly environmental and socio-economic impacts, for example on fisheries or the availability of drinking water. In the sea, this event causes the so-called red tides.

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ECOHYDROS S.L. makes a commitment to the future through the deployment of new technologies and analysis of large amounts of data can pave the way for a better and more efficient management of harmful algal blooms.

ECOHYDROS , together with IFCA_Computing, participates as Business Partner in an advanced cloud computing cyberinfrastructure that takes and processes data from satellites, monitoring and repositories to generate alerts and predictions of harmful algal blooms (HABs).

This work is/was co-funded by the Horizon 2020 projects EOSC-hub (grant number 777536)