Path leading thorugh sand dunes to the beach at Sandbanks in Poole, Dorset

Innovative methods to assess the distribution of marine ecosystems

  • Dates: Third edition, coming soon (end 2024)
  • Study hours: 20-30 h
  • Fee: Free
  • Language: English (English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish subtitles)
  • Modality: Online 24/7


This MOOC provides a broad overview of the different methods of studying marine ecosystems, but focuses mainly on coastal areas.

The main objective of the course is for students to learn about the most representative coastal ecosystems, their characteristics, functions and services, and the approaches currently used to analyze their distribution.

It is aimed at managers, public administration technicians, professionals, graduates, postgraduate and vocational training students with an environmental qualification profile, to provide them with innovative, modern and dynamic training in areas related to marine ecosystems.

Ehis course is one of four MOOCs that are part of the Specialized TRaining on Applied tools for Sustainable MARine EcosystemS“, Therefore, if what you are interested in is the final accreditation of this pathway, we recommend that you if you are interested in the final accreditation of this pathway, we recommend that you enroll directly in the latter, and therefore in all four courses together, so that you opt for the Certificate of Accreditation of Global Knowledge..