iMarine welcomes BlueBRIDGE - Building Research environments fostering Innovation, Decision making, Governance and Education to support Blue Growth.

BlueBRIDGE is the new European consortium building data services for fisheries, aquaculture, ecosystem management, livelihoods and food system analysis. BlueBRIDGE services are built on top of the iMarine infrastructure. Find out more here.

An Ecosystem Approach to fisheries

iMarine is an open and collaborative initiative that has established a data infrastructure to support the Ecosystem Approach to fisheries management and conservation of marine living resources...


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e-Infrastructure capacity

Infrastructure Capacity

Access to a broad range of computational, storage and international data resources.

Application bundles

Catalogue of Applications

Access tools by topic modules: biodiversity, geospatial, statistics, interoperability…

Data elaboration

Catalogue of Data Providers

Data retrieving, accessing, processing, transformation in standard format and services for the validation of metadata.

Policy Best Practices

Who is iMarine for?

Which iMarine service or Virtual Research Environment is right for you?

iMarine Virtual Research Environments (VREs): Where else can you find such a complete set of data-driven services for your needs?
"VREs are systems that provide users with a web-based set of facilities (including services, data and computational facilities) tailored to serve the needs of a Community of Practice"

iMarine Highlights


Do you speak Spanish? Watch this video to learn more about iMarine and its underlying infrastructure.

In this video, Aureliano Gentile, FAO, provides a tutorial introducing how to manage data with an e-infrastructure. The tutorial describes the iMarine initiative and its underlying infrastructure D4Science.

Latest from iMarine

iMarine Mobile App: Applifish

AppliFish: A quick demonstration of iMarine data capabilities. Discover over 550 marine species key for sustainable global fisheries


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iMarine Success Stories

 This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 283644