Cookies Policy

Last updated: January 10, 2023

Use of cookies

Cookies are small text files stored on your computer after visiting certain websites. These cookies hold a modest amount of data about the user and usually help with efficient website navigation and perform website specific functions (e.g. personalisation, login). Each time a user returns to a website, the browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome) retrieves and sends this file to the website’s server to check for relevant data and to differentiate one user from another.

This site uses a number of cookies to assist with its functionality and usability and also for statistical reporting. The data collected can vary but does not allow us to identify you personally.  

 

Third-party cookies

From time to time we may use third party services to enhance our content; this could be from an embedded social media widget or a video from YouTube.  We may also use social sharing buttons that provide an easy way to share our content. Some of these third party providers may send cookies to your browser to assist with functionality. We do not have control over these cookies and suggest that you check the cookie policies of these providers and how you can manage them.

Examples of these cookies are provided below:

AddThis
Example cookies:  _atuvs / _atuvc / mus / loc / Uid / ouid / uvc

AddThis is a social sharing tool that allows you to share the site content on social media or by email.
They track interactions with the embedded sharing buttons and monitor its usage.

http://www.addthis.com/privacy/privacy-policy/

Google Analytics
Example cookies: _ga / _gid/ _gat

We use Google Analytics to monitor how users interact with our site i.e. which pages they view, how long they spend on the site, etc. This data is used for statistical monitoring only.

https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en-GB&gl=uk

YouTube
Example cookies: consent / pref / Visitor_info1_live / S_gl

We sometimes embed Youtube videos in the site which can send cookies to your browser. They are used by Youtube to assist in functionality.

http://www.google.co.uk/intl/en/policies/privacy/

Twitter

We use an official Twitter widget that is embedded into the site to display our tweets. A cookie may be sent from Twitter to identify the correct language to display tweets.

 


How do I control my cookies?

Cookies are both useful and often necessary to enable websites to function correctly. It is advised to allow them (which is the default setting for most browsers) but you do have the option to block or restrict them should you wish to do so.

You can use your web browser to block or delete cookies, check the ‘help’ section of your browser to learn how to do this. The following article also details how to disable cookies:    http://howto.cnet.com/8301-11310_39-20042703-285/disable-third-party-cookies-in-ie-firefox-and-google-chrome/


Further information

For further information about cookies then please visit www.bbc.co.uk/webwise/guides/about-cookies
 
For further information about Google Analytics and its use of cookies then please visit  https://developers.google.com/analytics/resources/concepts/gaConceptsCookies

If you have any questions about this site’s use of cookies then please contact s.ciavatta@pml.ac.uk
 

Want to learn more about the project?

NEWS AND PROJECT UPDATES

06 February 2024|News

NECCTON Releases Best Practices Guide for Model Development

NECCTON is dedicated to enhancing the Copernicus Marine Service, and this week announces the release of its concise guide for biogeochemical/ecological model development. This document outlines practical strategies for model implementation, fostering interoperability across CMEMS Monitoring and Forecasting Centres (MFCs). 

Learn more
17 January 2024|News

NECCTON new video

We are pleased to share with you our first project video. This short video introduces the wide range of activities and research developments that will be undertaken by the team, highlighting how they will be useful in support of Copernicus Marine Service and wider user community. 

Learn more
24 November 2023|News

Better models for ocean conservation: Horizon Europe guarantee

Through a Horizon Europe guarantee grant, the UK is continuing to provide improved monitoring of the marine ecosystem. 

Around the globe, there’s a growing awareness of the importance of the seas for all life on our planet. And if we are to protect the marine environment accurate monitoring and prediction of its behaviour is crucial, we cannot manage what we do not observe.

In Europe, the Copernicus Marine Service...

Learn more
30 October 2023|News

NECCTON's Latest: Reports on Advancements in Key Products

We're pleased to announce the release of a comprehensive series of reports that unveil the innovative products our project aims to develop across various key areas. At NECCTON, we're dedicated to pushing the boundaries of innovation, and these reports underscore our commitment to delivering advanced solutions.

Learn more
12 July 2023|News

NECCTON's first Virtual Science Meeting

NECCTON's first virtual science meeting was a great success. Providing an opportunity for the whole team to gather and share details of scientific advancements in the first six months of the project. 

Learn more
03 July 2023|News

NECCTON Co-Design Stakeholder Workshop

Last week, the NECCTON Stakeholder Workshop: Co-design of Future Products was held virtually. This two-day workshop took place on June 28th and 29th with the aim of presenting NECCTON's future products and gathering stakeholder needs. The first public event of NECCTON attracted over 100 participants, including key stakeholders, project scientists, and potential users of NECCTON products.

Learn more
28 June 2023|News

Advancing the Conservation of Ocean Biodiversity through Copernicus Marine Service Evolution

The New Copernicus Capability for Tropic Ocean Networks project (NECCTON) aims to expand the Copernicus Marine Service product catalogue by delivering new and improved biogeochemical products, by means of new models of higher trophic levels, the benthic habitat, and of marine pollution. Launched in January 2023, the project received funding under a Horizon Europe Call for the evolution of the Copernicus Marine Service and will run...

Learn more