slide1
Download
Skip this Video
Download Presentation
EMODNET Preparatory Actions

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 48

EMODNET Preparatory Actions - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 128 Views
  • Uploaded on

EMODNET Preparatory Actions. Progress Report Chemical Lot Alessandra Giorgetti (OGS) ‏. Second six-monthly progress meeting for ur-EMODNET preparatory actions, 25 May 2010. Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010. EMODNET Chemical lot is based on SeaDataNet network of NODC’s.

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 ' EMODNET Preparatory Actions' - mrinal


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
slide1

EMODNET

Preparatory Actions

Progress Report

Chemical Lot

Alessandra Giorgetti (OGS)‏

Second six-monthly progress meeting for ur-EMODNET preparatory actions, 25 May 2010

slide2

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

EMODNET Chemical lot is based on SeaDataNet network of NODC’s

  • The tender for Chemical data has been prepared by:
  • A subgroup of NODC\'s that oversee data collection for the requested geographic areas
  • The technical partners who further develop and run SDN infrastructure
  • Specific expertise who coordinate data analyses and validation, and the creation of data products
  • The largest consortium including 25 partners
slide3

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Proposed strategy

  • The following strategy was proposed as approach for the EMODNET pilots, based on SeaDataNet experience:
    • Develop a high-end dedicated portal, outfitted with a powerful spatial database, that is complemented with WMS, WFS and WCS services (OGC)to serve users and to provide layers for e.g. the other EMODNET portals, the prototype European Atlas of the Seas, and the broad-scale European Marine Habitats map;
    • Provide data sets for producing interpolated maps with specific resolution for each geographical region, that are loaded and integrated afterwards into the portals’ spatial database;
    • Include a metadata discovery service in the portal, by adopting the SeaDataNet CDI metadata standard, that inter alia gives clear information about the background data, the access restrictions and distributors; this also ensures the connection of the EMODNET portals with the SeaDataNet distributed infrastructure.
slide4

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

EMODNET Chemical lot uses SeaDataNet V1 infrastructure for the technical set-up:

  • SDN Standards for background data, metadata and product,
  • CDI mechanism to access data with data policy,
  • ODV format for background data exchange,
  • SDN Security Services for users registrations, and SDN Delivery Services for data access and downloading,
  • DIVA software tool to produce gridded data products and error maps as NetCDF files,
  • SDN Products catalogue (CAMIOON system) and SDN Products viewing services for free unlimited discovery, access, visualization and downloading of data products.
slide5

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

New elements developed for EMODNET Chemical pilot:

  • SDN Vocabulary extended (P021 for CDI and P061 for units covers all chemical parameters selected) - METADATA
  • SDN Vocabulary extended (P011 for ODV) - DATA
  • EMODNET Chemical portal – operational
  • EMODNET Chemical CDI directory –populated
  • EMODNET Chemical CDI User Interface - launched
  • EMODNET Products Viewing Services – launched
  • EMODNET Products Discovery Services – launched
  • ODV/DIVA software is used to produce integrated maps
slide6

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

SDN Shopping

Mechanism

Extra

function

Data access request service

Direct data access

SDN NODC’s

External sources

Products

metadata

EMODNET Data Products

Catalogue + OGC viewer

+ downloading

EMODNET Chemical CDI

User Interface

EMODNET CDI

metadata

EMODNET Data

Products

slide7

NORTH SEA

BLACK SEA

MEDITERRANEAN SEA

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Chemical lot - Geographic areas

slide8

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

The Chemical parameters

  • Based on MSFD requirement
  • Time series, geographically representative
  • Chemicals selected from 8 groups in 3 matrices
  • 17selected for product generation in the three regions
slide9

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

WP2 – Data collection and metadata compilation

Data collection started with nutrients in the water column,

then extended to all other selected chemicals in the water column (organic matter – DOC and TN, …),

and to synthetic compounds, hydrocarbonsand heavy metals in the sediments and biota (considering the target species MYTILUS).

TARGET FOR 3 REGIONS, data distribution is different

  • All partners produced ODV files for the regional task leaders (AWI, MHI, HCMR)
  • All partners produced CDI entries for User interface
slide10

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

DATA PRODUCTS

North Sea

EMODNET Chemical Buffer

SeaDataNet

Regional Products

Codes

Vocabulary Web services

Regional QC

Product Output (NetCDF)

Data

Data Input (ODV)

Worms

CDI metadata

Regional Products

Data Input (ODV)

Product Output (NetCDF)

CDI metadata

Med Sea

Black Sea

Regional Products

SeaDataNet

SeaDataNet

Data Input (ODV)

Product Output (NetCDF)

Local data compliation (ODV)

Local data compliation (ODV)

Vocabulary Web services

Vocabulary Web services

Regional QC

Regional QC

CDI metadata

Worms

Worms

slide11

dissolved + particulate

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Parameter selected – water column

Parameter mapping

slide12

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Parameter selected - sediment

Parameter mapping

slide13

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Parameter selected - biota

Parameter mapping

Fixed as target species Mytilus (Edulis/Galloprovincialis)

slide14

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Progress on data collection and metadata compilation in the three regions

slide15

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

About the Greater North Sea (NERI-MAR)- boundaries for the regional data products

-4/62

13/62

-4/49

13/49

slide16

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

About the Greater North Sea (NERI-MAR) - data for the regional data products

  • data collection take advantage of the existing ICES database DOME
  • extract from DOME to the regional data pool (EMODNET Chemical Buffer Database)
  • => North Sea partners only have to report additional datasets to the regional data pool (except nutrients)
  • Partners:
  • NERI, ICES, NERC-BODC, IFREMER, BSH-DOD, VLIZ, IMR, RBINS-MUMM, SMHI, RWS/NIOZ.
slide17

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Data collection - data distribution – North Sea

Status 15/5/2010:Samples per parameter per matrix

DIVA maps available

at the EMODNET portal

slide18

Stations

Distribution by year

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Data collection - data distribution – North Sea

Nitrate (NO3) in the water column

slide19

Stations

Distribution by year

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Data collection - data distribution – North Sea

Phosphate (PO4) in water column

slide20

Stations

Distribution by year

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Data collection - data distribution – North Sea

Total Organic Carbon (%TOC) in sediment

slide21

Stations

Distribution by year

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Data collection - data distribution – North Sea

TBT in sediment referred to Total Organic Carbon (%TOC) in the sediment

slide22

Stations

Distribution by year

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Data collection - data distribution – North Sea

TBT in biota (species Mytilus Edulys)

slide23

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

EMODNET water nutrientsData collection in the Black Sea

Additional collected

NIMRD – heavy metal

RIHMI – WDC - DDT

MHI – radionuclides

slide24

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

EMODNET water nutrientsDistribution of the profiles

slide25

Mediterranean Pool (7986 st)

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

5 spots:

  • Balearic Sea
  • Gulf of Lion
  • North Adriatic Sea
  • Gulf of Athens
  • NE Levantine basin
slide27

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Selected Nutrients in the water column

slide28

Study Area Balearic Sea (3099 st)

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

slide29

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Mediterranean Data Pool -Balearic Sea

slide30

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Study Area Gulf of Lion (826 st)

slide31

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Mediterranean Data Pool -Gulf of Lion

slide32

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Study Area North Adriatic Sea (2482 st)

slide33

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Mediterranean Data Pool - North Adriatic Sea

slide34

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Study Area Gulf of Athens (1543 st)

slide35

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Mediterranean Data Pool - Gulf of Athens

slide36

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Study Area NE Levantine basin (36 st)

slide37

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Total CDI inventory at 12 May 2010 for the EMODNET Chemical P021 terms and target areas.

slide38

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

WP3 – QC/QA and products

Maps generation started with nutrients in the water column (3 regions),

then extended to other chemicals in the water column,

and to synthetic compounds, hydrocarbons and heavy metals in the sediments and biota (considering the target species MYTILUS).

The definition of common QC/QA procedures.

The definition of common products (regional scales following data availability, global/common scale: depth, grid, time).

slide39

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Guidelines DIVA maps production

  • The aim for the guidelines for the DIVA maps production:
  • To establish a common basis for the maps production with focus on the pre-processing of data and the validation of the produced maps.
  • The guidelines is divided into four steps:
  • Data extraction
  • Pre-processing of data
  • Maps production
  • Validation of the produced maps
slide40

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

The concept for the maps production

Recommend as the working process for the maps production

=> guidelines available at:

http://www.emodnet-chemistry.eu/portal/portal/emodnet/Data+Products

slide41

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

WP4 – Technical development and portal operation

  • EMODNET extranet for project documentation – July 2009
  • EMODNET Pilot Portal for Chemistry – March 2010

Filled with core services:

  • Metadata Discovery and Downloading service – May 2010
  • Data Products Viewing and Downloading service – May 2010
  • Data Products Discovery Catalogue service – May 2010

Live demonstration of EMODNET Portal

www.emodnet-chemistry.eu

slide43

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Web portal – Core services (Metadata & Data)

slide44

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Web portal – Core services (Data Products)

slide45

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

EMODNET Chemical pilot represent a great challenge:

  • It is undertaken by a large partnership, needs coordination but bring long-term expertise in collecting, processing, management and giving access to datasets and products
  • The complexity of the measurements covering 8 groups(pesticides, antifoulants, pharmaceuticals, heavy metals , hydrocarbons, radionuclides, fertilisers, organic matter) on 3 matrices (sediment, water column and biota)
  • Data collection with priority list to get a first release (a proof of concepts)
  • The cooperation with EEA and Marine Conventions (OSPAR, HELCOM and BSC) is crucial for data assembling, products definition and QC/QA
slide46

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

  • Difficulties represented by data
    • complexity of the measurements related to different environment
    • heterogeneity of the sampling (coastal points in time) makes it critical the use of DIVA standard interpolation
  • Experts and potential users opinion is expected to define the set of product from chemical data
  • Close cooperation is undergoing with biological lot (OGC standards) for products exchange/merge/harmonization
slide47

WP

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION

Phase 1

Phase 2

Phase 3

Phase 4

TIME FRAME

YEAR 1

YEAR 2

YEAR 3

1

Project Management

1.1

Project coordination

1.2

Project and Technical Coordinators Meetings with EU

1.3

Coordination Group Meetings

1.5

Full Group Meetings

1.4

Technical Coordination

2

Data Collection and Metadata Compilation

2.1

Greater North Sea

2.2

Black Sea

2.3

Mediterranean spots

3

QC/QA and Products

3.1

Guideline with methodology and software

3.2

Quality Control and Quality Assurance

3.3

Data products

4

Technical development and operation

4.1

Portal development - CDI directory

4.2

Portal development -Viewing services

4.3

Portal operation

4.4

Upgrading of the portal

5

Analysis and evaluation

5.1

Analysis of the lessons learned

5.2

Recommendations

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Project timetable – planning diagram

Test and monitor

slide48

Second six-monthly progress meeting, 25 May 2010

Project timetable

  • First year dedicated to set up the system components (regional pools, SDN vocabs for chemical parameters mapping, portal core services – CDI, discovery, viewing)

Now:

  • Continuing with data population and products generation
  • Increase portal functionalities (viewing and harmonisation)
  • Finalise QC/QA and ask expert opinions (ICES support)
  • Finalise products validation based on feedback from experts and potential users
ad