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Activities of icp m m 2009 2010 and results of the 26 th task force meeting
Activities of ICP M&M2009 - 2010andResults of the 26th Task Force meeting

Anne Christine Le Gall


[email protected]

M m activities in 2009 2010 wge work plan
M&M activities in 2009/2010(WGE Work plan)

(a) Progress report on indicators linking air pollution and multiple effects, in ex-post integrated assessment

(b) Report on the call for data for the dynamic modelling of vegetation change;

(c) Report on the revision of methods and data to derive empirical critical loads, and workshop in collaboration between the CCE, Germany and Switzerland;

(d) 26th meeting of the Programme Task Force and 20th workshop of the Coordination Centre for Effects, 19-23 April 2010, Paris.

24th Task Force meeting in Stockholm, 14/15 May 2009

See documents /3, /10, /14, TF minutes, CCE presentations at this meeting and CCE Status Report

25 th task force meeting
25th Task Force meeting

  • Back-to-back with CCE WS: 19-21 April 2010, Paris

  • 18 participants from 6 countries (Cz, F, D, NL, UK, USA), WEG, ICPV.

26 th task force meeting
26th Task Force meeting

... Discussed the following points

  • General

    • Long term strategy

    • Gothenburg Protocol revision (Input to the revised protocol and annex 1)

  • Cooperation with other groups under and outside the Convention

    • ICP M&M collaboration with USA

    • Strengthen collaboration with Habitat Directive community

    • Update of the ICP M&M mapping manual on ozone flux calculations and critical levels

  • Heavy metals

    • Effects of HM emissions relevant to HM protocol revision

      • Four scenarios analysed in collaboration with TNO and MSC E

      • Conclusions presented at the 47th WGSR

26 th task force meeting1
26th Task Force meeting

... Also discussed the following points

  • Modeling and biodiversity

    • Ex-post analysis

    • Preliminary results of call for data 2009

      • 11 countries responded

      • Development of VSD+ linked with vegetation modules

      • Run on 56 sites

      • Training workshop

    • Proposal for a new call for data in 2010/2011

      • Increase resolution of CLd in line with new resolution of EMEP

      • Apply new empirical CLd at national level

      • Collaborate with Habitat Directive leads

      • Continue woron VSD+ and Vegegation modelling

Next workplan for 2010 2011 1 2
Next: Workplan for 2010/2011 (1/2)

  • Report on the revision of the critical loads database (following call for data) to:

    • Include updated empirical critical loads, as revised by the national focal centres (NFCs), in the CCE database and use in the ex-post assessment;

    • Request and aggregate data from the NFCs in the new EMEP grid systems fordeposition models;

    • Complement results for NFCs on site-specific dynamic modelling of vegetation changes, including updated version of the extended very simple dynamic model (VSD+) and increased number of sites;

    • Ensure harmonization of data compatibility, processes and synergies between the NFCs and experts working with the EU Habitat Directive;

Workplan for 2010 2011 2 2
Workplan for 2010/2011 (2/2)

  • Development and implementation of modelling and mapping methodologies in ex post integrated assessment modelling in support to Gothenburg protocol revision

  • Using the update of empirical critical loads and levels and dose-response functions in scenario assessments of regional changes of plant species diversity;

  • The twenty-seventh meeting of the Programme Task Force and the twenty-first CCE workshop, to be held from 18 to 22 April 2011 in Bilthoven, the Netherlands.

N exceedance is still widespread
N exceedance is still widespread

N CLd exceedances (all ecosystems)




Draft BL scen.spring 2010 All ecosystems

Impacts of nitrogen on terrestrial ecosystems
Impacts of nitrogen on terrestrial ecosystems

  • Significant changes of plants species

  • Exceedances of empirical critical loads

  • Target loads, damage delay time, recovery delay time

  • N CLd exceedances on Natura 2000 sites

    • Likelihood of expected impacts

Biodiversity n and others
Biodiversity, N and others

Biodiversity changes are driven

  • By air pollution including N inputs

  • By climate change

  • By land use change

  • For discussion:

    • Environmental target setting in support of Gothenborg protocol should:

    • not aim at restoration to initial conditions

    • aim at sustainable structures and functions of ecosystems