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Inter WG seminars. WG 1/WG 2: Data and model integration review of usage of data in models from raw data to model input data data demands by models and the techniques of data gathering and processing related to that. the data collection and modeling procedure:

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inter wg seminars
Inter WG seminars
  • WG 1/WG 2: Data and model integration
    • review of usage of data in models
    • from raw data to model input data
    • data demands by models and the techniques of data gathering and processing related to that.
    • the data collection and modeling procedure:
      • How to ensure an integrated approach?
      • How to re-use data/models?
  • WG 1/WG 3: Monitoring needs
    • review of usage of data in case studies
    • data availability for decision makers
    • use of data from multiple assemblages in decision making
    • utility of monitoring data in modeling
    • separating impacts of water quality, habitat structure and flow
    • up- and downscaling
  • WG 2/WG 3: Model suitability for various user demands
    • review of modeling case studies
    • views on uptake of new models from WG2
    • upscaling and models for working at broader scales
    • the modeling process: end-user modeller links
    • why model?
    • models supporting the Water Framework Directive
inter wg work tasks
Inter WG work tasks
  • Identify common ground
  • Review of state-of-the-art report
  • Prevent overlapping
program friday may 31
Program Friday May 31
  • 9:00 – 9:30 Plenary session
    • Defining topics
    • Assigning people to topics
  • 9:30 – 12:00 Topics discussions
    • Define the topic, What do we know? What is everybody in the group doing? Define research needs. Make a research plan. Define the collaboration
  • 12:00 – 13.15 Lunch (remember to pay)
  • 13:15 – 14:30 Plenary session
    • Report from topics discussions
  • 14:30 – 15:00 Coffee break
  • 15:00 – 17.00 MC meeting
    • Non-MC continue topics discussions (?)
  • 17:00 – 18:30 Joint meeting
    • EoI for EU 6th framework, further work, etc
  • 20:00 Dinner

Review of case studies must be done in breaks!

topics discussion
Topics discussion
  • Organise the group:
    • One leader
    • One rapporteur for today
  • Define the topic
  • What do we know?
  • What is everybody in the group doing on this topic?
  • Define research needs
  • Make a research plan (connected to national funded projects research plan)
  • Define the collaboration(data exchange, model exchange, field work, visiting scientists, etc)
  • Report this in plenary session at 13:15
research needs upscaling
Research needs - upscaling
  • classification systems for different scales
    • identification criteria (hydrodynamics, morphodynamics, ecological, social)
    • relation between processes and scale
    • habitat connectivity
  • remote sensing techniques for data collection and monitoring
  • techniques for transfering habitat preferences for large scale approach
  • techniques for upscaling from micro-meso scale (macrobenthos)
  • procedures for validation
    • benchmarking criteria
    • benchmarking data
  • from habitat of single life stages to population