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WP 18 URD Synthesis Marine and Coastal Environment MY OCEAN Marine Core Service WP 18 URD Synthesis Marine and Coastal Environment MY OCEAN Marine Core Service

URD Main Elements/Agenda Marine Core Service n n n Introduction (Chapt. 1) Area of URD Main Elements/Agenda Marine Core Service n n n Introduction (Chapt. 1) Area of Benefit (Capt. 3) – Definition Users (Capt. 1, 4, 5) – User description – Missions and improvements of capabilities – Policy driving needs – Tasks description and users short term needs – n n Evolution and Future of User needs Products and Services (Capt. 6) – Overview – Product and Service Requirements – Critical issues Comments/Conclusions My. Ocean WP 18 & User Meeting/ 29 -30 September Athens

Introduction (Chapt. 1) Marine Core Service n n Areas of benefit – Marine and Introduction (Chapt. 1) Marine Core Service n n Areas of benefit – Marine and Coastal Environment (water quality, pollution, coastal activities) – Marine Safety (oil spill combat, ship routing, weather forecast, defence, search& rescue) – Marine Resources (fish stock management) – Climate and Weather Forecasting (climate monitoring, ice, short-term and seasonal forecasting) User Categories • European Agencies (EU), e. g. EEA • Intergovernmental Bodies (IG), e. g. OSPAR, HELCOM • Service Provider (SP), National Agencies, e. g. ISPRA, Centre of Marine Research in Lithiuania My. Ocean WP 18 & User Meeting/ 29 -30 September Athens

Area of Benefit (Chapt. 3) Marine Core Service Marine and Coastal Environment n Environmental Area of Benefit (Chapt. 3) Marine Core Service Marine and Coastal Environment n Environmental Threats – Water pollution and eutrophication (algae blooms) – Loss of biological diversity – Coast: Land use and landscape deterioration (ersosion), river impact n Major fields: – Marine environmental assessment: Water quality, biodiversity, ecosystem – Coastal Zone Management – Integrated River Basin Management My. Ocean WP 18 & User Meeting/ 29 -30 September Athens

User Description (Chapt. 1, 4) Marine Core Service Number of Users: 15 EU: 1 User Description (Chapt. 1, 4) Marine Core Service Number of Users: 15 EU: 1 IG: 4 SP: 10 My. Ocean WP 18 & User Meeting/ 29 -30 September Athens

User Description (Chapt. 1, 4) Marine Core Service Marine and Coastal Environment User Category User Description (Chapt. 1, 4) Marine Core Service Marine and Coastal Environment User Category No Name of Organization Marine Area European Agencies (EU) 1 European Environment Agency (EEA); 32 MS All Intergovernmental Body (IG) 4 Convention for the Protection of the marine Environment of the North-East Atlantic (OSPAR); 15 member states Helsinki Commission (HELCOM); 9 MS Black Sea Commission (BSC); 6 MS Centre for Environment, Fisheries & Aquaculture Science (CEFAS) Atlantic, North Sea Service Provider (SP) 10 Examples: Italian Institute for Environmental Protection and Research (ISPRA), Spain Centre of Marine Research (CMR), Lithuania Baltic Sea Black Sea Global Mediterranean Sea Baltic Sea My. Ocean WP 18 & User Meeting/ 29 -30 September Athens

Users missions (Chapt. 4) Marine Core Service General n Environmental assessment, monitoring, forecast and Users missions (Chapt. 4) Marine Core Service General n Environmental assessment, monitoring, forecast and impact assessment n Economic and social driving forces n Find solutions against environmental threats n Sustainability n Policy driving needs My. Ocean WP 18 & User Meeting/ 29 -30 September Athens

Users missions (Chapt. 4. 1) Marine Core Service EEA n Represent mostly public interests Users missions (Chapt. 4. 1) Marine Core Service EEA n Represent mostly public interests and serve legislative tasks Intergovernmental Bodies n Intensify cooperation within regions of interest n Increase collaboration with international organizations and strengthen the cooperation between EU and other IG’s in order to foster the representation of regional interests in international context. Service Providers n Interests and responsibilities are mostly driven by interests (public or private) of their customers n Universities and research institutes: education, scientific research in terms of marine and coastal environment My. Ocean WP 18 & User Meeting/ 29 -30 September Athens

Users Improvement of capabilities (Chapt. 4. 2) Marine Core Service General n Assessment and Users Improvement of capabilities (Chapt. 4. 2) Marine Core Service General n Assessment and analysis of the state and trends in the marine and coastal environment n Include validated data sets n Prediction of ecosystems respond to climate change to evaluate their impacts on marine resources or marine biodiversity n Tracking of pollution/eutrophication incidents in real time and discover source (surface currents, river runoff and nutrient load) n Forecast of Water Quality n Specification of ocean boundary conditions n Include metadata in existing information systems My. Ocean WP 18 & User Meeting/ 29 -30 September Athens

Users policy driving needs (Chapt. 5. 1) Marine Core Service Global/EU n Kyoto Protocol, Users policy driving needs (Chapt. 5. 1) Marine Core Service Global/EU n Kyoto Protocol, n United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) n n EU Marine Strategy Framework Directives, like Water Framework Directive Regional n Baltic: HELCOM Convention n Atlantic/North Sea: OSPAR Convention, Joint Assessment and Monitoring Programme (JAMP) n Mediterranean: Barcelona Convention n Black Sea: Black Sea Environmental Programme (BSEP) My. Ocean WP 18 & User Meeting/ 29 -30 September Athens

Users tasks description and users short term needs (Chapt. 5. 2) Marine Core Service Users tasks description and users short term needs (Chapt. 5. 2) Marine Core Service General n Continuation of present requirements n Development of downstream services and implementation of new services and products n Evolution of modelling systems n Development of new indicators, like transparency indicators and products n Serve increasing needs for marine and coastal information n Mitigation the effects of environmental hazards and pollution and decrease of impact and effects of climate change on coastal communities My. Ocean WP 18 & User Meeting/ 29 -30 September Athens

Evolution and Future of User needs (Chapt. 5. 3) Marine Core Service EEA n Evolution and Future of User needs (Chapt. 5. 3) Marine Core Service EEA n Implementation of the Marine Strategy n Availability of sea state information through the Water Information System for EUROPE) WISE for the Member states Intergovernmental Bodies n Improvement of state-of-the-art techniques for operational service delivery, like web applications Service Provider n Geographical expand of the My. Ocean products, e. g south area of Morocco. n Downscaling of the Ocean General Circulation Modell (OGCM) to local ocean coastal modelling using a regional modelling intermediate step. My. Ocean WP 18 & User Meeting/ 29 -30 September Athens

Requirements overview (Chapt. 6. 1) Marine Core Service General n Availability of My. Ocean Requirements overview (Chapt. 6. 1) Marine Core Service General n Availability of My. Ocean MCS products is expected to improve user products and operationality of services at all time scales – Product assessment strongly required n Apply a common practise for My. Ocean Service Providers and Users – Relevant documents: URD, Service Level Agreement (SLA) – Contribution to the WISE viewer maps, production of GIS reference layers and creation of the CASE II coastal water indicator development and production – Contribution to the Marine assessments on eutrophication through the development of ocean colour based indicators My. Ocean WP 18 & User Meeting/ 29 -30 September Athens

Product and Service requirements (Chapt. 6. 2) Marine Core Service Use Case Requested Products Product and Service requirements (Chapt. 6. 2) Marine Core Service Use Case Requested Products Coverage Depth Level Spatial & Tempor al Resolut ion Tempo ral Extent Update Freque ncy Availabi lity & Timelin ess Form at Delivery Mechanis ms Forecast & Web Services SST, Sea Level Indicators, Sea Ice indicators, Ice coverage, Up to European scale Surface variable longterm Daily up to seasonal variable Net. CD F, maps, graphic s FTP Open. Dap Eutrophic ation, Trends of Chl-a, T, Salinity, Surrents, Nutrients, O 2, bio-geochemicals River discharge All European Basins Surface to Bottom variable 5 days to longterm Daily to yearly variable ASCII, Net. CD F FTP Bathing Water assessme nt T, Salinity, Velocity and Wave Fields, Sea Level Mediterranea n Sea Surface to bottom variable 1 -10 days daily 50% ASCII FTP My. Ocean WP 18 & User Meeting/ 29 -30 September Athens

Criticality of requirements and services (Chapt. 6. 3) Marine Core Service Data delivery n Criticality of requirements and services (Chapt. 6. 3) Marine Core Service Data delivery n Availability without gaps and delay n Best available products is mandatory n Until now poor coverage of some European Seas Service sustainability n Long-term sustainability of provided services, web service in particular, is strongly required Data quality and validation n Quality, analysis and validation of in-situ data from the Thematic Assembly Centres (TAC) is mandatory for users. My. Ocean WP 18 & User Meeting/ 29 -30 September Athens

Marine Core Service Thank you for your attention! My. Ocean WP 18 & User Marine Core Service Thank you for your attention! My. Ocean WP 18 & User Meeting/ 29 -30 September Athens