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Drought Management Centre for Southeastern Europe Services and challenges. Gregor Gregorič Environmental Agency of Slovenia. Currently, DMCSEE is a TCP-SEE supported project!. 1 5 partners from 9 countries Total project budget 2.2 M€ Not all countries participate!

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Drought Management CentreforSoutheastern EuropeServices and challenges

Gregor Gregorič

Environmental Agency of Slovenia


Currently, DMCSEE is a TCP-SEE supported project!

15 partnersfrom 9 countries

Total project budget 2.2 M€

Not all countries participate!

(not all countries are eligible;

See www.southeast-europe.net)


Establishing services

  • Standardized precipitation index

  • Palfai drought index, WINISAREG model

  • NWP-based products

  • Drought monthly bulletin

  • Risk assessment


SPI – regional reference index

SPI maps

  • Global gridded data sets

  • Global station data sets

    -Local calculation/distribution

    - > close collaboration with

    NHMSs

    www.dmcsee.org


Monthly drought bulletin

www.dmcsee.org


SPI – beyond global databases…

Calculation of SPI based on local data

  • Historical records (1971-2000)

  • Homogene QC data

  • Data availability


Training on climatological practices

Budapest, 1st – 5th February 2010

Lessions learned:

How to interpolate point data and prepare maps of drought indices which can be exchanged and intercompared – this can potentialy be used for preparation of regional climatological and drought monitoring products


SPI – regional reference index

DMCSEE TCP project

Mapping of SPI


DMCSEE beyond the TCP project…

Secondment of experts from Bosnia and Turkey to DMCSEE headquarters

(WMO DRR/SEE project, task #4.3)

Mr. Enis Krečinić, Mr. Ayhen Erkan

September – December 2010

Focus: Application of GIS in drought monitoring

(Reports submitted to WMO)


Establishing services – drought monitoring

Interoperability based

on GIS web service

Standards

Example:

SPI for DMCSEE

included in JRC

EDO portal


HAZARD

RISK

VULNERABILITY

Concept of risk

risk = hazard x vulnerability

Both, natural hazard due to climate variability, and more subjective vulnerability, cause risk of drought impacts

- > early warning is more than monitoring natural hazards!

(Source: MEDROPLAN)


Concept of risk

Impact data

Data of crop yield losses – historical data (bulletins, agricultural reports...)

- > preparation of regional impact data base


Concept of risk

Impact data

Data of crop yield losses

Example –

summer drought 2006

Archive of administration for

civil protection and disaster

relief


Foreseen outcomes of the TCP project

Vulnerability assessment using interaction matrices method


DMCSEE key challenges

  • Establishment of permanent DMCSEE office

  • Performing regional services started with TCP project (EW, trainings)

  • Collaboration with other relevant bodies (JRC -> EDO portal)

  • Involvment in project calls


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