Our marine environment is hugely important to our bio-economy, transport, tourism and recreational sectors. It is also an important indicator of the health of our planet. 

Our cultural history is documented along our coastline through shipwrecks and coastal features such as lighthouses​.

Geological Survey Ireland leads the national programme of Seabed Mapping & understanding our underwater landscapes.

Tsunami hazards & submarine landslides pose a significant threat to coastal communities in many part of the world.'-Night-2018.aspxResearchers' Night 2018: Volcanoes and Tsunamis in IrelandChrist Church Cathedral (Music Room), Wood Quay, Dublin 82018-09-28T18:00:00.0000000Z2018-09-28T20:00:00.0000000Z Symposium 2018: Ireland's Offshore Quaternary RecordsGeological Survey Ireland, Beggars Bush, Haddington Road, Dublin D04 K7X42018-11-23T09:30:00.0000000Z2018-11-23T17:00:00.0000000Z

Content being prepared. to deploy 18 ocean bottom seismometers18/09/2018 23:00:00 programme is seeking the provision of a Moving Velocity Profiler23/08/2018 23:00:00 Notes06/09/2018 23:00:00 of the Dingle Peninsula-A field guide21/05/2018 23:00:00