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1 The Mediterranean Operational Oceanography infrastructures and services National Group of Operational Oceanography Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia The Mediterranean Operational Oceanography infrastructures and services National Group of Operational Oceanography Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia INGVINGV Antonio Guarnieri and

2 OUTLINE The Mediterranean Operational Oceanography Network (MOON) and the GMES European Marine Service: system design and implementation Specific products of INGV The regional experience of ADRICOSM, and the Adriatic Observing System Conclusions

3 MOON: Mediterranean Operational Oceanography Network 16 nations involved, 36 institutions Real Time Observing System from satellites and in situ platforms Numerical models of hydrodynamics and biochemistry at basin scale Numerical models for shelf and coastal areas End-User applications Downstream services Operational oceanography in the Mediterranean Sea:1995-today

4 OBSERVING SYSTEM MODELING SYSTEM MOORED BUOY ARRAYS SOOP EXPANDABLE AND ONDULATING INSTRUMENTS SATELLITE SENSING: SEA LEVEL, SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE, SEA SURFACE SALINITY, COLOR, WINDS DRIFTING BUOYS (SURFACE AND SUBSURFACE) GLIDERS REPEATED MULTIPARAMETRIC SECTIONS SATELLITE AND AERIAL SURVEYS COASTAL RADARS AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER VEHICLES CABLED MULTIPARAMETRIC STATIONS RIVER RUNOFF AND LOADING MONITORING SEDIMENT/WQ MONITORING MODEL PHYSICS PRIMITIVE EQUATION (> 1-5 KM) TURBULENCE CLOSURE SUBMODELS MODEL PHYSICS Non-Hydrostatic (<1- 5 KM) TURBULENCE AND LIGHT SUBMODELS DATA ASSIMILATION OPTIMAL INTERPOLATION 3-DVAR, KALMAN FILTER DATA ASSIMILATION KALMAN FILTERS ADJOINT MODELS BIOCHEMICAL MODELS PELAGIC COMPARTMENT BENTHIC CLOSURE BIOCHEMICAL MODELS PELAGIC COMPARTMENT BENTHIC-PELAGIC COUPLING SEDIMENT DYNAMICS ATMOSPHERIC FORCING OPERATIONAL ANALYSES AND FORECASTS FROM LARGE SCALE MODELS ATMOSPHERIC FORCING OPERATIONAL ANALYSES AND FORECASTS FROM LIMITED AREA MODELS The design principles

5 MOON data collection system: Basin scale and real time 20 ARGO floats deployed from VOS (few hours delay) Daily satellite SST interpolated in RT on model grid (one day delay) Scatterometer DAILY winds analysis, 1/2x1/2 (one week delay) JASON-1, GFO, ENVISAT, T/P Sea Level Anomalies (few days delay) T/¨P ENVISAT ERS JASON GFO Multiparametric buoys in: Ligurian Sea, Adriatic Sea and Cretan Sea (few hours delay) click XBT VOS/SOOP high resolution (12 nm along track and full profile transmission, few hours delay) Click Open ocean monitoring by gliders (few hours delay) click

6 MyOcean: The European GMES Marine Core Service functions The Marine Core Service delivers regular and systematic reference information on the state of the oceans and regional seas of known quality and accuracy Satellite and in situ data Geoportal For Data Access

7 A catalogue of « common denominator » data Currents, Temperature, Salinity Sea Level, Sea Ice, Surface winds Biogeochemistry 239 products Slide taken from MyOcean Coordinator DISCOVER VIEW DOWNLOAD Open & Free

8 The Marine Core Service for users: 4 areas of benefit MARINE SAFETY n GMES service delivers a service to: –European agencies (EEA, EMSA, EDA,...) –Member State Users: National / Regional Service Providers (public or private) –Intergovernmental bodies (OSPAR, UNEP-MAP, HELCOM, ICES,...) –Private businesses

9 MyOcean catalogue ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ Med-MFC-currents Sea Surface Height Temperature Salinity Currents Stokes drift currents Wavenumber ✔ Med-MFC-biogeochemistry Chlorophyll Nutrients Dissolved Oxygen conc. Primary production Phytoplankton biomass bi-weekly: 10-day forecast once: analysis daily: 10-day forecast weekly: 15-day analysis once: reanalysis

10 The Italian Ministry of Environment and Territory started an ADRICOSM Pilot Project in October 2001 to develop the monitoring and modelling of the Adriatic currents and ecosystem in order to detect changes and mitigate impacts The Italian Ministry of Environment and Territory started an ADRICOSM Pilot Project in October 2001 to develop the monitoring and modelling of the Adriatic currents and ecosystem in order to detect changes and mitigate impacts Other Projects will start in 2004 that will continue the ADRICOSM developments Other Projects will start in 2004 that will continue the ADRICOSM developments The last ended of these projects is ADRICOSM-STAR: ADRICOSM INTEGRATED RIVER BASIN AND COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: MONTENEGRO COASTAL AREA AND BOJANA RIVER CATCHMENT The last ended of these projects is ADRICOSM-STAR: ADRICOSM INTEGRATED RIVER BASIN AND COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: MONTENEGRO COASTAL AREA AND BOJANA RIVER CATCHMENT The last on-going project is Adricosm-Intermediate The last on-going project is Adricosm-Intermediate A regional experience: ADRICOSM

11 ADRICOSM APPROACH Coastal water cycle integrated strategy Multidisciplinary Multi-platform Observing system (satellites, atmospheric and oceanographic stations, river, urban and underground water monitoring) Numerical models of the atmosphere, marine and river hydrodynamcs, underground waters coupled to water quality and sediment transport Climate change scenario simulations coupled to regional/local models Production of generic high quality data for environmental managers and policy makers

12 March 4 th 2004 Daily Ocean Color derived parameters have been produced for the study area since 1998 based on SeaWiFS data (CNR-ISAC): Total Suspended Matter (TSM) Colored Dissolved Organic Matter (CDOM) Attenuation coefficient (K_490) Chlorophyll (Chl_a) Enhancement and continuation of the monitoring system

13 Meteo domain XBT domain A B Wind Measurements and Data Statistics (OGS) A B Continuation of VOS Program (OGS) along the Trieste – Durres – Bari Track (XBTs)

14 New monitoring stations in Montenegro Fraskanjel water level flow Port of Bar water level Kotor water quality Renewal of several hydromet stations

15 Adriatic Forecasting System

16 The Adricosm Geoportal FTP, HTTP Data Servers Project and External Users Data Map Servers ADRICOSM-STAR GEOPORTAL Search Catalog and Find Publish data and services Connect and Use Download and use   Data Data providers control access to their data Homogeneous Metadata Catalog, Information System, Access Center ADRI-SIS WEB PORTAL

17 The Adricosm Geoportal THEMES CENTERS NETWORK DISCOVERY SERVICE

18 The Adriatic Observing System (Italian side) ITALY Multiparametric Buoys/Stations MAMBO (OGS) PALOMA (OGS) S1 (CNR-ISMAR) E1 (CNR-ISMAR) Acqua Alta (CNR) E2M3A (OGS) HF Radars Surface drifters Lagrangian profilers Several Baros/Batos Installations on ferries and research vessels

19 CONCLUSIONS Within the last 20 years Operational Oceanography has developed a thick network of modelling and observing data and products At a regional scale (Mediterranean) the “base” products are freely available through MyOcean At sub-regional (Adriatic) an effort was done to start to create a semi-centralized GeoPortal to access the data All these products proved and keep proving everyday to be fundamental instruments for end users such as European and local Agencies ad Services, Member states, policy and decision makers Thank You


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