Data retrieval, management, archiving and dissemination for the solid Earth sciences.
EPOS (European Platform Observing System) is a Horizon 2020 project commited to creating infrastructure in support of integrating data, data products, and facilities related to solid Earth science in Europe. The project uses a multidisciplinary and open research approach to answer the challenges in the Earth sciences, including those related to resources and geo-hazards. One of the project’s core missions is to increase access to and use of multidisciplinary data from monitoring networks, experimental laboratories, etc. from across Europe.
The LabEx G-eau-thermie Profonde is an active participant in the ‘Anthropogenic hazards’ (AH) axis of the EPOS, which addresses the anthropogenic exploitation of geological resources including deep geothermal enegy exploitation. To this end, the LabEx G-eau-thermie Profonde has created and maintains the Data Centre for Deep Geothermal Energy (CDGP).
Funded by: European Commission Horizon 2020 Initiative
250 partners from 25 European countries
EOST budget: 186 250€
Project length: 2014-2019
To learn more visit (in English): www.epos-ip.org