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FP7-Infra-2011-2.1.1 : Design studies for European Research Infrastrutures 1st October 2011 – 31st December 2014 Duration 39 months – Periods : 2 (month.

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1 FP7-Infra : Design studies for European Research Infrastrutures 1st October 2011 – 31st December 2014 Duration 39 months – Periods : 2 (month 18 – month 39) Grant Agreement No: ; Total budget : 3,5 M€ 19 partners from cy, de, fr, gr, it, no, es, uk “Gliders for Research, Ocean Observation and Management” General Assembly Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014

2 WP2: Integration in the Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) Contributing partners: GEOMAR, UPMC, OC-UCY, AWI, UT, FMI, CNRS, IFREMER, HCMR, NURC, OGS, UIB Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014

3 WP1 Project S/T Coordination WP1 Project S/T Coordination WP4 Targeted Experiments WP4 Targeted Experiments WP5 Observatory Infrastructure WP5 Observatory Infrastructure WP3 Scientific Innovation WP3 Scientific Innovation WP2 Integration in the GOOS WP2 Integration in the GOOS WP2.1 Assessment of a glider component in the GOOS WP2.2 Legal framework WP2.3 Financial framework WP3.3 Capacity building and training, outreach WP3.2 Data flow and processing WP3.1 New contributions of glider for marine research WP4.2 Fleet missions WP4.1 Endurance lines WP5.3 Mission planning and analysis WP5.2 Glider payload assessment WP5.1 Ground segment description WP1.1 Project coordination WP5.4 Estimated setup and running costs WP1.2 Internal & external communication WP4.3 Synergies with other platforms WP6 Project Management WP6 Project Management Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014

4 WP2 Integration in the GOOS Task 2.1: Assessment of a glider component in the GOOS GEOMAR (former IFM-GEOMAR), CMRE (former NURC), NERSC, HCMR, AWI, UIB, SAMS, FMI, UPMC, OGS Task 2.2: Legal framework Uni Trier, NERC, FMI, UCY Task 2.3: Financial framework UPMC, All Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014

5 Task 2.1 Assessment of a glider component in the GOOS: Objectives Evaluate a sustained glider component in the (Euro)GOOS (all linked to WP3, 4, 5) –Analysing the complementary aspects/synergies with other GOOS components (satellites, moorings, floats,..) –Scientific research potential (physical, biogeochemical, others) –Data availability & interoperability –Contribution to ROOS’es Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014

6 Sampling versus phenomena Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014

7 Sampling versus phenomena

8 Capabilities of the Observing System components Mooring

9 Capabilities of the Observing System components MooringArgo

10 Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014 Capabilities of the Observing System components Mooring SOOP Argo

11 Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014 Capabilities of the Observing System components Research vessels Mooring SOOP Argo

12 Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014 Capabilities of the Observing System components Research vessels Mooring SOOP Argo

13 Task 2.1 Assessment of a glider component in the GOOS: The report summarizes the existing GOOS observatories in respect to their key capabilities such as sampling (space, time) and variables/sensor (observed variables) capabilities Based on the assessment the potential contribution of a sustained glider component to the GOOS discussed A literature review on glider applications is done around subjectively chosen scientific topics that benefit from the GOOS Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014

14 Task 2.1 Assessment of a glider component in the GOOS: The report summarizes the existing GOOS observatories in respect to their key capabilities such as sampling (space, time) and variables/sensor (observed variables) capabilities Based on the assessment the potential contribution of a sustained glider component to the GOOS discussed A literature review on glider applications is done around subjectively chosen scientific topics that benefit from the GOOS Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014

15 Task 2.1 Assessment of a glider component in the GOOS: The report summarizes three aspects of the synergy between numerical modelling and observational glider data: How can model solutions being evaluated by using glider observations (temperature, depth integrated flow) How can OSSEs being used to guide optimal glider platforms deployment “Real world” case studies of data assimilation (Mediterranean Sea & Nordic Seas) Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014

16 Task 2.1 Assessment of a glider component in the GOOS: The report summarizes three aspects of the synergy between numerical modelling and observational glider data: How can model solutions being evaluated by using glider observations (temperature, depth integrated flow) How can OSSEs being used to guide optimal glider platforms deployment “Real world” case studies of data assimilation (Mediterranean Sea & Nordic Seas) Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014

17 Task 2.2 Legal framework: Objectives Review the legal aspects related to the operation and deployment of gliders –IOC/ABE-LOS relevant topic Review legal framework for joint funding and management to set up a sustained glider component in Europe Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014

18 Task 2.2 Legal framework: Achievements Legal aspects in relation to Glider operations in general as well as under the auspice of a European glider infrastructure are reviewed Key findings: –GROOM is marine scientific research (MSR) –On a national level the member states developed national strategies for joint and/or individual glider infrastructure operations. Here, the national legal regulations apply Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014

19 Task 2.2 Legal framework: Achievements Legal aspects in relation to Glider operations in general as well as under the auspice of a European glider infrastructure are reviewed Key findings: –GROOM is marine scientific research (MSR) –On a national level the member states developed national strategies for joint and/or individual glider infrastructure operations. Here, the national legal regulations apply Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014

20 Task 2.2 Legal framework: Achievements On a European level the “European Research Infrastructure Consortium” (ERIC) is identified as the only relevant framework for joint funding and management of a European glider infrastructure Nevertheless, currently a joint European glider infrastructure is not explicitly included in the ERIC Roadmap process Concepts to integrate a glider infrastructure with existing ERICs (e.g. EuroArgo ERIC) could be envisioned Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014

21 Task 2.3 Financial framework: Objectives Estimate the costs and evaluate funding schemes associated with a sustainable/operational glider component as part of (Euro)GOOS –Including: Infrastructure costs, strategies to secure funding, preparatory work for a possible business plan Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014

22 ? Task 2.3 Financial framework: Funding cycles 2004: First lab. initiatives 2007: EGO formed  2011: GROOM starts Future Opportunities: JPI Oceans; H2020; ESFRI 2009: First official European status EGO COST 2011: GISC report observing systems 2013: MRI report 1 st Eur. RI: EuroArgo 2 gliders 15 gliders 3 RIs: Fr, DE 40 gliders 5 RIs: Cy, Fr,DE, Sp >80 gliders 10 RIs: Cy, Fr, DE, It, No, Sp, UK ?  2014: GROOM ends Recommandations for Glider RI in Europe Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, : EGO COST Action ended

23 Task 2.3 Financial framework: achievements European and some national RI literature reviewed Participation to RI workshops Interviews with regional marine clusters Contacts with national authorities (Research. Min.) GROOM responded to EC RI-questionnaires 1 st Assessment of Glider RIs costs (collaboration with WP5 and JERICO) GROOM internal questionnaire evaluated Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014

24 D2.5 and task 2.3 Designing a Financial model for the glider component in GOOS: Action plan What are the cost to build and operate a glider observatory infrastructure. –D5.7 will give us the analytical cost information How these costs are presently covered by GROOM partner’s –Summary of National Financial Work – first version by the end of October What are the needs of the glider community? –Present monitoring programs D4.1 + other requirements (WP2, WP3, WP4, WP5…) Designing the different European Glider Research Infrastructure (GERI, EGRI, ERIG ?) options –Different scenarii (degree of integration, shared components, …) based on the WP5 conclusions and today’s presentations –Estimation of the costs (based on EuroArgo approach) How can we support these costs ? –Designing financial model Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014 Victor Turpin, UPMC

25 The different Financial Model of the National Glider Research Infrastructure Spain : SOCIB – financial model? UK : MARS – financial model? Norvege : NACO Italy : RITMARE, CMRE Germany : AWI – GEOMAR – HZG – institutional/project funding Cyprus: ?? France : National Glider Park Help us to consolidate this information QUANTITAVELY Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014

26 French GRI Analytical costs Investment Salary Data Management Functionning Glider purchasing Sensor purchasing innovation Exemple of the present French (financial) model for Glider Research Infrastructure European project - IFREMER CNRS (80%) IFREMER (20%) – national commitment – to be secured? National and European Projects National Access (marginal costs or consolidated - TNA (consolidated cost) Up to now, via project funding and partner’s agency (CNRS, DGA, IRD, IFREMER, UPMC) - Today is it supposed to be the duty of the RI ? Project funding Financial model Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014

27 Consolidate the National financial commitment for the Glider RI. Check the status of each National commitment. ESFRI scheme will force toward integration of MRIs ? Strengthen the advanced glider research through national and European calls to foster glider innovation and activities. Ensure the replacement / evolution of the fleet by improving the access to the Glider Research Infrastructures To academics research (TNA (consolidated cost), Users fee (marginal cost + ?)), On a dual approach basis : Ocean Research / Regional monitoring Ocean Research / Industries ?? Defining a strategy to reach a sustainable financial modal Establish a long term European Contribution Be included in the ESFRI roadmap like others (Euro-argo, EMSO, EMBRC) Join already existing European Observing System project with high scientific consistency with gliders (FIXO3, JERICO-next) for future EOOS Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014

28 Designing a sustainable financial model for an European Glider Research Infrastructure National commitment to support these costs, TNA Project funding national calls, european calls) European funding project STEP 1 STEP 2 EGRI European funding commitment European regional funds ? National research funding commitment, « TNA », monitoring programs, (industry ?) Project funding (national calls, european calls) GERI Functioning costsInvestment Salary DM & EGRI coordination Functionning Glider purchasing Sensor purchasing innovation Financial Model Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014

29 Significant Results WP2 could show that glider fill sampling gaps and complement sampling strategies of the existing and emerging Global Ocean Observing systems (and its regional sub-systems) From a legal perspective glider deployments can not be conducted on a “common base”, such as it has been formulated in the IOC Resolution XX-6 for the Argo floats and surface drifters. Nevertheless, the awareness of the deployment of AUVs significantly increased over the last couple of years and currently new concepts are developed The consolidation of data distribution & QC procedures (WP3) on international level (AUS IMOS, US IOOS, EU Coriolis) One critical achievement was the invitation to present GROOM at the WMO-IOC JCOMM-OCG meeting in Sept The committee recommended the installation on a JCOMM based coordination body for gliders Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014


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