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This section provides a growing repository of relevant articles, documents, presentations, links and media about the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance between Canada, European Union and the USA as well as the AORA-CSA’s outputs.

Area: AORA-CSA Report
We are on the threshold of a new and exciting era of discovery in the oceans that will shape the development of human endeavours for decades to come. New insights on the significance of the microscopic scale of ocean life have shown this level affects almost every aspect of our lives (health, food, industry, ecosystems). For society’s future, we need to investigate the science of marine microbiomes, integrate the novel technologies discovered and initiate policies that foster truly sustainable marine development. To ensure early coordination and interoperability guided by a shared vision, we need to bring together science, industry and policymakers to advance the “Next Great Exploration of the Oceans”. The Roadmap is the result of an international cooperative effort between Canada, the European Union and the United States of America produced within the AORA framework and consistent with the Galway Statement on Atlantic Ocean Cooperation. Within the marine microbiome Roadmap, three thematic pillars have been identified by AORA scientists and policymakers, all supported with underlying cross-cutting elements: Environment and Climate, Food Value Chain and Biodiscovery.
Area: Galway Statement
The Galway Statement on Atlantic Ocean Cooperation was signed on 24 May 2013 by the European Union, Canada and the United States. This statement establishes a formal Atlantic Ocean Research Cooperation between the CA, EU and the US and partner countries.
Area: AORA-CSA Report
AORA - Annual Report March 2018 - February 2019
Area: All-Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassador Programme, Blue Growth
We are delighted to welcome 23 global youth ambassadors to the inaugural All-Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassador Programme Summer School 23-27 August. Follow the programme and activities with our hashtags #AtlanticYouth #AtlanticAll
Area: EA2OHS WG
Finalised their vision and roadmap for an international science plan on research directions, priorities, synergies, and complementarities in the North Atlantic.
Area: European Commission & Cabo Verde Mindela Agreement
On the 22nd of November 2018, the European Commission and the Government of the Republic of Cabo Verde signed a new research and innovation cooperation arrangement.
Area: AORA-CSA Report
AORA - Annual Report March 2017 - February 2018
Area: AORA-CSA Report
AORA - Annual Report March 2016 - February 2017
Area: EA2OHS WG
Survey conducted by EA2OHS relating to Ecosystem Approaches to Management.
Area: EA2OHS WG
A host of tools exist to support trade-off analysis in Ecosystem Based Management (EBM)
Area: Seabed Mapping
Ocean technology enables mankind to utilize the ocean environment and resources efficiently, safely, sustainably and profitably.
Area: Seabed Mapping
This white paper summarizes a vision for improved sharing, discovery, and access to seafloor data in the North Atlantic Ocean.
Area: AORA Presentation
A brochure outlining the history and goals of the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance.
Area: Knowledge Sharing Platform
European contribution to the trilateral activity on a cross-Atlantic knowledge platform updated version of catalogue: 1 May 2018
Area: EA2OHS WG
Working Group on the Ecosystem Approach to Ocean Health and Stressors: Mandates for Ecosystem-based Ocean Governance across Canada.
Area: EA2OHS WG
The Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance Working Group on the Ecosystem Approach to Ocean Health and Stressors (EA2OHS) Engagement Strategy
Area: H2020
Mission-Oriented Research & Innovation in the European Union - A problem-solving approach to fuel innovation-led growth
Area: AORA-CSA Report
AORA - Annual Report March 2015 - Febuary 2016
Area: Blue Growth
Sustainable Blue Economy - Productive Seas and Oceans. Research and Innovation Projects for Policy.
Area: Knowledge Sharing Platform
European contribution to the trilateral activity on a cross-Atlantic knowledge platform. Updated version of catalogue: 9 October
Area: Ocean Literacy WG, AORA-CSA Report
Drafted by the Marine Working Group Ocean Literacy of the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance
Area: EA2OHS WG
Final report from the Ocean Health and Stressors Reykjavik workshop.
Area: Seabed Mapping, AORA-CSA Report
This Report was produced by the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance Co-Ordination and Support Action. The Lead Partner responsible for Ocean Observation Work Package in the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance Co-Ordination and Support Action is Institute of Marine Research, Norway.
Area: Ocean Observation, AORA-CSA Report
This Report was produced by the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance Co-Ordination and Support Action. The Lead Partner responsible for Ocean Observation Work Package in the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance Co-Ordination and Support Action is PLOCAN.
Area: Ocean Observation, AORA-CSA Report
This Report was produced by the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance Co-Ordination and Support Action. The Lead Partner responsible for the Knowledge Sharing Platform Work Package in the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance Co-Ordination and Support Action is the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES).
Area: Food From the Ocean, AORA-CSA Report
This Report was produced by the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance Co-Ordination and Support Action. The Lead Partner responsible for the Aquaculture Work Package in the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance Co-Ordination and Support Action is the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES).
Area: Belem Statement
On the 13th of july 2017 the European Union, Brazil and South Africa signed the Belém Statement, an agreement for research and innovation in the Atlantic Ocean.
Area: H2020
Details on the H2020 & FP7 funded projects supporting the international dimension of the EU Atlantic Strategy
Area: AORA-CSA Report
This Report was produced by the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance Co- Ordination and Support Action. The Lead Partner responsible for Ocean Observation Work Package in the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance Co-Ordination and Support Action is RANNÍS
Area: AORA-CSA Report
This Report was produced by the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance Co-Ordination and Support Action. The Lead Partner responsible for Ocean Observation Work Package in the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance Co-Ordination and Support Action is IFREMER.
Area: AORA-CSA Report
This Report was produced by the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance Co-Ordination and Support Action. The Lead Partner responsible for Ocean Observation Work Package in the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance Co-Ordination and Support Action is Ciência Viva.
Area: AORA-CSA Report, EA2OHS WG
This Report was produced by the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance Co-Ordination and Support Action Project. The Lead Partner responsible for Ecosystem Approach Work Package in the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance Co-Ordination and Support Action Project is the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES)
Area: AORA-CSA Report, EA2OHS WG
Ecosystem Approach to Ocean Health and Stressors. Workshop Supported by: DFO, EU, FAO, ICES, and NOAA Through the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance (AORA)
Area: AORA Presentation
Presented by Terry Schaefer (NOAA) and Ana Teresa Caetano (EC DG Research & Innovation) at the Galway Declaration event at the 6th International Deep-Sea Coral Symposium in Boston on the 12th September 2016.
Area: AORA Presentation
Presented by Craig McLean (NOAA), Karen Davison (DFO Canada), James Gavigan (EC Research & Innovation) and Peter Heffernan (Marine Institute Ireland and AORA-CSA Coordinator) at the Galway Statement Townhall event at Ocean Sciences, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, 24th February 2016