Download
1 / 31

AMESD global picture - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 245 Views
  • Updated On :

AMESD global picture. African Union Commission. A continental wide project Pan-african. European Union Commission - 9th EDF - 21 M€ - 2008 / 2012. 5 Regional Economic Communities. AMESD project in the SWIO 5 th National Ocean Science Forum Reduit, Mauritius

Related searches for AMESD global picture

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'AMESD global picture' - medwin


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
Amesd global picture l.jpg
AMESD global picture

African Union

Commission

A continental wide project

Pan-african

European Union

Commission

- 9th EDF

- 21 M€

- 2008 / 2012

5 Regional Economic Communities


Slide3 l.jpg

AMESD project in the SWIO5th National Ocean Science Forum

Reduit, Mauritius

8th June 2009


Presentation l.jpg
Presentation

  • African MonitoringofEnvironmentfor a SustainableDevelopement

  • AMESD project

  • EUMETSAT

  • AMESD-IOC THEMA and activities

Outline


Amesd overall objectives l.jpg
AMESD Overall Objectives

  • to facilitate access to environmental information derived from earth observation technologies

  • to increase the information management capacity of African regional and national institutions


Amesd objectives l.jpg
AMESD objectives

  • To improve access by African users to existing basic Earth Observation data

  • To establish operational information services in the fields of environmental management

  • To strengthen political and policy development frameworks for ensuring an active participation of African governments in the global environmental surveillance Initiatives.

  • To ensure an adequate technical level of AMESD African stakeholders


Amesd the follow up to puma l.jpg
AMESD the follow-up to PUMA

PUMA

Deployment of 55 MSG receiving stationsin

46 African Countries

Partners : EUMETSAT &National Météo services

Beneficiaries :National Météo Services

all stations installed in National Météo services since Nov. 2005


Amesd project structure l.jpg
AMESD project structure

ProgrammeCoordinationUnit

Programme Coordinator

AUC (Adis-Ababa)

Technical Assistance

Regional

Partners and

networks

Regional

Partners and

networks

Regional

Partners and

networks

Regional

Partners and

networks

Regional

Partners and

networks

DRAO - African Union Commission

European Commission

EC Delegation

(Addis Ababa)

Programme Steering Committee

EC, EUMETSAT, WMO

Regional Economic Communities – RECs

A

C

P

DG AidCo

JRC

CEMAC

ECOWAS

IGAD

IOC

SADC

EUMETSAT

EUMETSAT

RIC

(CEMAC)

RIC

(ECOWAS)

RIC

(IGAD)

RIC

(IOC)

RIC

(SADC)

Regional Implementation Center (RIC)

Mauritius Oceanography Institute


Amesd technical assistance ta l.jpg
AMESD Technical Assistance (TA)

  • 9 permanent staff

    • 3 in Addis-Ababa (PCU)

    • 1 in each Regional Implementation Center

    • 1 “home support” (Thales Alenia Space)

  • 60 men/month of international short-term expertise


5 themes for the 5 regional economic communities l.jpg
5 Themes for the 5 Regional Economic Communities

THEME : « Mitigation of land degradation & natural habitatconservation »

RIC :ICPAC, Nairobi

THEME :«Crop and rangeland management»

RIC :Cilss, Agrhymet Niamey

THEME :« Integrated Water Resource Management »

RIC :Cicos, Kinshasa, RDC

THEME :«Agricultural & Environemental ressource management»

RIC :NMS Gaborone, Botswana

THEMEMarine & Coastal management

RIC:Mauritius Oceanograpy Institute, Maurice


Amesd edf financing agreement 21 m l.jpg
AMESD - EDF Financing agreement ( 21 M€ )

  • Long & short term Technical Assistance 9,3 M€

  • Maintenance of PUMA Stations and new receiving station1,2 M€

  • Develt. and delivery of environemental monitoring services8,0 M€(Grant Agreements managed by the RICs)

  • Continental harmonization (AMESD fora, networking,…)1,7 M€

  • Programme Monitoring, Evaluation, Audit, contingencies 0,8 M€



20 member states 10 cooperating states l.jpg
20 Member States & 10 Cooperating States

Croatia

Austria

Belgium

Finland

France

Denmark

Italy

Germany

Greece

Ireland

Luxembourg

The Netherlands

Portugal

Norway

Slovak Republic

Sweden

Switzerland

Spain

Turkey

United Kingdom

One main Partner : EUMETSAT

Member States

Cooperating States

Czech Republic

Estonia

Bulgaria

Hungary

Latvia

Iceland

Poland

Romania

Lithuania

Slovenia


Eumetsat s mission l.jpg
EUMETSAT’s mission

60 N

Meteosat-9 (0° Longitude)

Meteosat-8 (3.4° W)

Meteosat-7 (57.5° E)

Meteosat-6 (67.5° E)

0

60 S

80

20

160

140

120

100

80

60

40

20

0

40

60

100

120

140

160

180

“... to deliver operational satellite data and products that

satisfy the meteorological and climate data requirements

of its Member States - 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, through decades.“


Eumetsat monitoring the oceans l.jpg
EUMETSAT - Monitoring the Oceans

Jason-2

Precise and continuous altimetry data through laser technology

Launched in June 2008


Eumetcast services l.jpg
EUMETCast Services

HB-6, Ku-Band Coverage

AB-3, C-Band Coverage

NSS 806, C-Band Coverage

EUMETCast Africa

  • EUMETSAT Satellite Data (MSG / Metop)

  • EUMETCast products (atmosphére, marine, land)

  • Third Party Satellite Data – GOES (USA) / MT-SAT (Japan) / FY2 (China)

  • In-situ / observational data – DCP

  • Numerical Weather Forecasts

MoU signed between EUMETSAT and AUC

Free acess to EUMETCAST satellite data and products for AMESD partners



Thema coastal and marine management l.jpg
THEMA « Coastal and Marine management »

Regional Economic Community :

Indian Ocean Commission

Regional Implementation Center:

Mauritius Oceanography Institute, Quatre Bornes

IOC countries

Maurice / Madagascar Seychelles / Comores /La Réunion

African east cast countries

Kenya / Mozambique / Tanzania

Partners: I.O.C. countries and East African coast countries


Fishing overview l.jpg
Fishing overview

  • “Fish” global production : 100 millions tons / year

    (7% Europe fleet, less 1% SWIO countries local fleet)

  • “Meat” global production : 200 millions tons

  • About 25 % of global protein supply

  • 300 millions people live on fishery activity

  • Toward 2020, “fish” production must increase to 20 millions tons (FAO Source)

  • Over-exploitation and stocks apparent collapse (economy and ecosystem impact)



Slide21 l.jpg

IOC THEMA – Coastal and marine managementPractical Earth Observation date uses for fisheries management

Ocean Color

Sea Surface Temperature

Altimetry

Wind : speed, direction


Thema coastal and marine management objectives l.jpg
THEMA « Coastal and Marine management » Objectives

  • develop operational products and services using ocean observation data Three kind of services will be developed :

    1- to support for the management of fishery resources in the SWIO

    2- to help to monitor and control fishing activities in the SWIO

    3- Physical oceanography and support for the management of maritime risks

  • improve the regional access to satellite Earth and Ocean Observation data

    • installation of satellite receiving stations (EUMETCast)

    • dissemination of products and services

  • strengthen the capacities of MOI and regional technical partners in the processing and analysis of ocean observation data


Slide23 l.jpg

THEMA « Coastal and Marine management » Partners and beneficiaries

Regional Partners

  • Madagascar : Minis. Fisheries (CSP), IHSM

  • Comores : Minis. Fisheries (CSP)

  • Seychelles : Seychelles Fishing Authority, IOTC,..

  • Mauritius : M.O.I., Minis. Fisheries (CSP)

  • Mozambic : IIP, other to be identified

  • Kenya : KMFRI, other to be identified

  • Tanzania : to be identified

  • contribute to developments

  • equipped to receive EUMETSAT data

  • trained to ensure the continuity of an operational service

    End-users

    • fishing and marine authorities

    • artisanal fisheries operators

    • Oceano and research institutes

    • environmental agencies


Slide24 l.jpg

THEMA « Coastal and Marine management »

  • Equipment

    • Eumetcast receiving stations

    • Océano. Instruments for data calibration

  • Training sessions

    • Spatial oceanography

    • Data processing : ocean color, altimetry…

    • Link ocean parameters / fish resources

    • Using Eumetcast receiving stations and AMESD products and services

  • Research and development

    • New products and software

    • Services: archives,…

  • Validation and diffusion of products and services

    • ground truthing measurements

    • data dissemination


  • Slide25 l.jpg

    IOC THEMA – Coastal and marine management THEMA products and services


    Slide26 l.jpg

    MERCATOR

    Model results

    Jason OSDR

    Sea Surface Winds

    Meteo Models

    JASON Sea Wave Height

    Sea Surface Temperature

    MODIS Chlorophyll

    MERIS FR

    ADT data

    Input Products

    De-clouding

    De-clouding

    Oceano analysis.

    Absolute Dynamic Topography

    Meteo

    analysis.

    Chlorophyll processing

    Maps of currents, salinity, Temp. layers

    Map of sea levels and gyre

    Maps of marine winds and wave measurement and forecast

    Map of averaged temp. / thermal fronts

    Map of chlorophyll levels

    Intermediate products

    Computation of statistics and trends

    Archive of potential fishing zone maps

    Statistics on CHL-a, SST Statistics on meteo and environment parameters

    Visualisation tools

    Final products

    ocean. Parameters

    Archive

    Archive of VMS

    Fish capture evolution

    Climatical evolution

    Fishing stat.

    Fisheries

    data base

    Impact assessment on maritime resources

    Decision support products

    Climatic evolution

    Maritime resources trend

    Ministries of fisheries, halieutic research centers

    IOC THEMA – Coastal and marine management THEMA products and services1 - Support for the management of fishery resources


    Slide27 l.jpg

    IOC THEMA – Coastal and marine management THEMA products and services


    Slide28 l.jpg

    MERCATOR

    Model results

    ADT data

    Jason OSDR

    Sea Surface Winds

    Meteo Models

    JASON Sea Wave Height

    Sea Surface Temperature

    MODIS Chlorophyll

    MERIS FR

    Input Products

    De-clouding

    De-clouding

    Meteo

    analysis

    Absolute Dynamic Topography

    Reception

    Processing performed by the RIC

    Chlorophyll processing

    Oceano analysis

    Maps of currents, salinity, Temp. layers

    Map of sea levels and gyre

    Maps of marine winds and wave forecast

    Map of averagedtemp. / thermal fronts

    Map of chlorophyll

    Levels

    Visualization tools

    Temp., thermal front, Chlorophyll levels, sea level and gyre

    Potential Fishing Zone

    Sea winds, waves…

    Ships positions

    VMS ships position

    Computation of fishing areas

    Potential Fishing Zone

    Final products

    Sea security report

    Processing performed by the Fishing Control Centres

    Fishing areas reports generation

    Decision support products

    Marine meteo observations & forecast

    Maps of potential fishing zones

    artisanal fishing communities (localization of potential fishing zone, marine meteorology forecasting...), marine authorities (Coast Guard, Search and rescue services, Port authorities...).

    IOC THEMA – Coastal and marine management THEMA products and services2 - Monitoring and control of fishing activities

    Intermediate products


    Slide29 l.jpg

    IOC THEMA – Coastal and marine management THEMA products and services


    Slide30 l.jpg

    IOC THEMA – Coastal and marine management THEMA organization and partnerships

    • MOI team

      • 5 MOI permanent staff each in charge of one component

      • additional staff under contract

      • short term expertise (10 month)

    • Regional partnerships (MoU)

      contribute to:

      • the development of products, regarding the analysis of correlations between fishing data (in their respective countries) and oceanic parameters

      • in-situ measurements and collection of data for the validation of products

      • dissemination of products and services

        benefit of :

      • training

      • equipments (receiving stations, …)



    ad