The programme will be achieved through:

Coordination activities to integrate and harmonise the current technological, procedural and e-infrastructure processes. Strong links will be fostered with the wider community across academia, industry, policy and the general public through outreach, knowledge exchange and training activities.

Support actions to offer a) access to observatory infrastructures to those who do not currently have such access, and b) free and open data services and products.

Joint research activities to innovate and enhance the current capability for multidisciplinary in situ ocean observation.

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