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InG OS objective & means. Improving and extending the European observation capacity for non-CO 2 greenhouse gases Infrastructure project: Integrating Activities Budget 10 M€, EU 8 M€ 34 partners, 14 countries , 24 observing stations 1 October 2011 – 1 October 2015

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Ing os objective means
InGOSobjective & means

Improving and extending

the European observation capacity

for non-CO2 greenhouse gases

  • Infrastructure project: IntegratingActivities

  • Budget 10 M€, EU 8 M€

  • 34 partners, 14 countries, 24 observing stations

  • 1 October 2011 – 1 October 2015

  • Will integrate the non-CO2observations in ICOS infrastructure

  • Buildson: CHIOTTO, SOGE, CarboEurope, GHGEurope, IMECC etc.

  • Coordination: ECN, NL


Non co 2 gases and climate
Non-CO2gases and climate

  • Forcing=57% CO2,ff

  • Montreal protocol succesful (ODS)

  • Non-ODSemissionsstillincrease

  • N2O now most important ODS

  • Emissionsveryuncertain

  • Big emissionreductionpotential

Montzka, Dlugocencky & Butler, Nature, 2011

ODS=OzoneDepletingSubstance


Montzka, Dlugocencky & Butler, Nature, 2011


a = continued 2008 emissions

b = -80% longlived non-CO2 2050

c = -80% CO2 2050

d = -80% all GHG 2050

Beware of the possiblefeedbacks (lifetime, naturalemissions)!

Verification of reductions and monitoring of naturalsourceswillbe important!

Montzka, Dlugocencky & Butler, Nature, 2011


General features of ncghg mixing ratios ingos targets
General features of NCGHG mixingratios; InGOS targets

  • Low abundances

  • Smallsignal to baseline ratio

  • High demandsforprecision and accuracy

  • Complex equipment

  • High running costs

    InGOSwillimprove:

    • Cost of operation

    • Quality of measurements

    • Coherence of the network

    • Number of sites and frequency of observations


Ingos infrastructure
InGOSinfrastructure

(Flux) sites

Talltowers

Oceanobservations

Airbornemeasurements

Total column (up)

Satellite data (down)

Data centre

Isotope Lab

Cal gas Lab


The ingos gases
The InGOS gases

Methane (CH4)

Nitrous Oxide (N2O)

SulphurHexafluoride (SF6)

Radon (222Rn)

Hydrogen(H2)

CF4

C2F6

Halocarbons (many different species)

C2H2F4

HFC-134a

CBrClF2

Halon1211

C2Cl3F3

CFC 113

SO2F2

CCl4

C2H3Cl2F

HCFC-141b

C3F8


Ingos structure
InGOS Structure

Network Access Research Service

(Na1-6) TNA JRA SA


Ingos structure1
InGOS Structure

NA1: Running the project & reporting to EU

Network Access Research Service

(Na1-6) TNA JRA SA

NA1


Ingos structure2
InGOS Structure

NA 2,3,4: Harmonisation

NA2

Historic data

Network Access Research Service

(Na1-6) TNA JRA SA

NA3

New Data

NA4

New Data


Ingos structure3
InGOS Structure

NA 2,3,4

Calibrations

Network Access Research Service

(Na1-6) TNA JRA SA

Atmosphere (CEA)

Flux data (UNITUS)

Halocarbons (NILU)


Ingos structure4
InGOS Structure

NA 5: Harmonisationfor Flux data

Network Access Research Service

(Na1-6) TNA JRA SA

Atmosphere (CEA)

Flux data (UNITUS)

Halocarbons (NILU)


Ingos structure5
InGOS Structure

NA 6: Ocean data

Network Access Research Service

(Na1-6) TNA JRA SA

Atmosphere (CEA)

Flux data (UNITUS)

Halocarbons (NILU)

MEMENTO (IFM-GEOMAR)


Access to stations facilities
Access to stations & facilities

  • 6 ‘super’-sites

    • Stations where JRA campaigns are hosted

  • 14 observing stations

  • 2 aircraftfor CH4 flux variability

  • Calibration service

  • 13CH4isotope service

Network Access Research Service

(Na1-6) TNA JRA SA


Supersites
Supersites

Weybourne

UK (UEA)

GGLES

London UK (RHUL)

CABAUW

200m NL (ECN)

SMEAR II Hyytiala

127m Fin (UHEL)

Willow Field & beech

forestDk (RISOE)

Easter Bush UK (CEH)


Observing stations
Observing stations

JungfraujochGrignon & Orleans

Las Majadas

MaceHeadKasprowyWierch

London (GGLES) Hegyhátsáltalltower

Angustalltower POLWET

LutjewadPallas

HorstermeerNorunda


Networking objectives
Networkingobjectives

  • IntegrateEuropeanfacilitiesfor NCGHG observations

    • Linking the different communitiesfor CH4, N2O, H2, halocarbons, tracers, atmosphere, ecosystem flux, ocean

  • Improve the quality of historical, current and future NCGHG obs. (concentrations, fluxes, atmosphere & ocean)

  • Prepare expansion of the network in undersampledregions


Access and services
Access and Services

  • Provide access to observation sites and facilities

  • Provide NRT data for CH4, N2O, SF6 and H2 data (building on IMECC/ICOS)

  • Provide uniform databases of observational data

    • Halocarbons: NILU/Geomon -> ALE-GAGE

    • Fluxes: UNITUS/ICOS ETC -> Fluxnet

    • Atmosphere: LSCE/ICOS ATC -> GAW

    • Ocean: Memento


Jra research
JRA: research

  • Test and furtherdevelopnew (optical) sensors and observationstrategies

  • Modelling: analyse the observations and support the networkdevelopment

    • Improvedtop-downemissionestimates

    • Uncertaintyestimates of derivedemissions

    • Validation of model results

    • Evaluate13CH4observationstrategy


Inverse modelling
(Inverse) Modelling

Bergamaschi et al, 2011 (in prep.)


Inverse modelling of european methane
Inverse modelling of Europeanmethane

Bergamaschi et al, 2011 (in prep.)


Jra continued
JRA continued

  • Integration of in-situ data withremotesensing -> TCCON-Europenetwork

  • Developcontinuousisotopeobservationsformethane and maintainreferencescale

  • Improve the halocarbon measurementtechniques

  • Combine talltowerconcentrationobs. with flux towerobservationsintoregionalscale flux estimates


Some products out of 96 deliverables
Someproducts(out of 96 deliverables)

  • Unified and improvedhistoric dataset of non-CO2GHG’s

  • Continuation of coordinated datasets contributing to GEOSS

  • Traveling FTIR and 222Rn system

  • Top down emissionestimatesforEurope

  • Capacity building in undersampledregions

  • Dissemination:

    • Reports, papers

    • Workshops

    • Summer schools

    • Website

    • Databases


More info
More info…

  • DoWavailable on website

  • Leaflets on website/requestfrom project office

    http://www.ingos-infrastructure.eu

    Coordinator: [email protected]

    Dissemination &

    Outreach: [email protected] / [email protected]


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