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BEST PRACTICES ON MARINE INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AND DISSEMINATION. Prof. Cherif SAMMARI [email protected] www.instm.rnrt.tn. INSTITUT NATIONAL DES SCIENCES ET TECHNOLOGIES DE LA MER. 28 rue 2 mars 1934 2025 Salammbô, Tunisia.

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BEST PRACTICES ON MARINE INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AND DISSEMINATION

Prof. Cherif SAMMARI

[email protected]

www.instm.rnrt.tn


Lisbonne, November 9


Lisbonne, November 9


INSTITUT NATIONAL DES SCIENCES ET TECHNOLOGIES DE LA MER

28 rue 2 mars 1934

2025 Salammbô, Tunisia

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RESEARCH VESSEL N/O HANNIBALACQUIRED WITHIN JAPAN-TUNISIA COOPERATION

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HISTORICAL

Tunisia has a strategic place in the Mediterranean region.

The oceanographic research in Tunisia has begun since the end of the 19th century and it has accompanied the world oceanographic research since the beginning of its development in Mediterranean (1875).

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To exchange our data and marine informations, we need to have the data first and to do so we need to establish research programs that produce informations and data

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Having data makes no sense if there is no clear data exchange policies

In our case (INSTM), we haven’t yet a clear policies regarding oceanographic data and marine informations exchange. But we are working on.

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Since 1995 we are very active in this area. We have performed more than 1000 CTD stations

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CTD Profiles and Waters samples

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HYDROBASE

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Quality Control

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All our hydrological data have gone through quality controls (QC: Medar/MedAtlas)

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Édition de données

Données historiques

Base de Données Phytoplantoniques

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We have analyzed our data …

April, 2001

July, 2005

September, 2006

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March, 2007


… and we have also integrated the data related to the biological parameters (Ch-a).

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We have also been preparing an Atlas in which we are going to put all our data. In this Atlas, we are going to compare the observations and the models (Med16 and Psy2v2) outputs.

Sicily: 02/08/2006: SALINITYin-situ med16 Psy2v2

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Gulf of Gabes: 02/08/2006

SALINITYin situ med16 Psy2v2

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We have also times series related to the sea level.

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Recently we have deployed three ADCP and we are going to keep them as long as possible

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In order to use an efficient tool to communicate easily and efficiently between stakeholders and scientists, we implemented all our data previously created in GIS, into GeoNetwork

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How to put in place a clear and efficient data and marine information’s policies in the south part of the Mediterranean Sea?

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TIME SERIES ANALYSIS

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The gulf of Gabes is a particular ecosystem which we are interested everywhere

La maille adaptée pour le golfe de Gabès

Bathymétrie du golfe de Gabès

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GABES MODELLING  

AVAILABE :

A nesting-zooming system for the gulf of Gabès :

1. A Mediterranean model forced by Atmospheric fluxes.

2. A regular grid ocean model for the Tunisia area nested into the Med. model.

3. A zoomed model over the gulf of Gabès area restarted from the last one.

This system is currently run in the frame of CIRCE project with 3X10-year time slices

(1860-1969 ; 1991-2000 ; 2050-2059). The forcing is the LMDZ-IPSL-IPCC.

  • CANTICO :

  • Force the model with outputs from ARPEGE-ALADIN-Climate :

  • -30 years or more within EAR4 period.

  • -For the scenario, force with 10-year time slices (SRES-A1B).

  • Compare with results from the LMDZ-IPSL-IPCC forcing.

  • Participate to the downsclaing to a marine ecosystem.

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GRIDS

Med grid

Gulf of Gabès zoom grid

Nested model Regular grid

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SEA LEVEL winter year 5

Med. Model

Zoom model

Nested model

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SALINITE DE SURFACE

Regular grid model

Zoom model

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We have already published this data analysis.

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