Joint Monitoring Programme for Ambient Noise North Sea (JOMOPANS)  

The Jomopans project has started 1st of January 2018.

The aim of this project is to develop a framework for a fully operational joint monitoring
programme for ambient noise in the North Sea. Output will be the tools necessary for
managers, planners and other stakeholders to incorporate the effects of ambient noise in their
assessment of the environmental status of the North Sea, and to evaluate measures to improve
the environment.

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Latest Project News

Delivery equipment for Belgium measurement station

18 March 2019

On 12 March the equipment for the Belgium Jomopans station was deliverd to the Royal Belgium Institute for Natural Sciences (RBINS).

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Station in Norwegian Trench

29 January 2019

FFI successfully deployed a Loggerhead acoustic sensor for JOMOPANS in the Norwegian trench at 300m depth on January 20th. The position is about 5-10…

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Jomopans on Dutch television

22 October 2018

The Dutch public broadcasting corporation NOS has paid special attention to underwater sound and the Jomopans project.

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Deployment Dutch measurement station

22 October 2018

On 15 October the Jomopans measurement station for The Netherlands has been deployed at a location 50 km west of the isle of Texel. This station is on…

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Jomopans at ESOMM/JIP

21 September 2018

From 10 to 14 September 2018 the international ESOMM conference was held in conjunction with the JIP Programme at Scheveningen in The Netherlands. Wit…

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