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InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin InterMareC - ASTIR (c/17/K) Assessment Study.

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1 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin InterMareC - ASTIR (c/17/K) Assessment Study on Requirements for Technologies, Decision Making Tools and Baseline Information Requirements for Operational Oceanography and Integrated Coastal Zone Management Rafał Ostrowski Institute of Hydro-Engineering of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IBW PAN) Kościerska 7, Gdańsk, Poland ( ) Gdańsk, 8 December 2006 EUROPEAN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT FUND INTERREG III C

2 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Objectives Survey on marine monitoring applications, technologies, research and future perspectives in the 3 regions Establish a report on application potential and future needs of marine monitoring systems in the 3 regions Provide related information to stakeholders Provide industry perspectives, future trends and chances Foster cooperation among the 3 institutions Establish links to the OMS Project (Schleswig-Holstein) and other regional, national and international marine monitoring projects (e.g. Marel, Fishery Monitoring, FerryBox Network)

3 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin HYDROMOD Scientific Consulting (Leading Partner) Bahnhofstr. 52, D Wedel, Germany (Klaus Pfeiffer) IFREMER – Centre de Brest Technopole de Brest-Iroise, BP 70, Plouzane, France (Jacques Legrand, Yannick Aoustin) Institute of Hydro-Engineering of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IBW PAN) Kościerska 7, Gdańsk, Poland (R. Ostrowski, Z. Pruszak, G. Różyński, M. Skaja, P. Szmytkiewicz) Participants

4 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Highlights from Germany Marine Monitoring Operational network of fixed monitoring stations and regular monitoring cruises in the German EEZ by the German Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH) Operational forecast model system for the North Sea, Baltic Sea and the German Bight operated by BSH (daily forecasts, emergency response) Several coastal / nearshore fixed monitoring stations and a network of tide gauges plus regular monitoring cruises on regular sampling grids in the German territorial waters operated conducted by the German Coastal States Networks of tide gauges in the Federal marine waterways (shipping channels) plus task specific monitoring (e.g. for risk and impact assessment) operated / conducted by subsidiaries of the Federal Ministry of Transport Some monitoring stations operated by large research centres (primarily research driven)

5 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Highlights from Germany Network of Marnet Stations (BSH) Assembled from elements courtesy of and © BSH – 2006

6 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Highlights from Germany Network of Monitoring Stations in Schleswig-Holstein (LANU) Oceanography (T, S, O 2 ) Oceanography & nutrients Oceanography, nutrients, organic pollutants & Chl-a Intensively sampled (> 20 times per year) North SeaBaltic Sea Kiel Denmark Katamarn Haithabu

7 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Future Trends Tendency to operationally measure more green parameters (eg. nutrients, chlorophyll-a, TOC) Development / application of more stable and less maintenance / calibration intensive sensors Reduction of costly monitoring cruises Eventually increased use of systems installed on voluntary ships of- opportunity (e.g. Ferryboxes – presently qualified with pilot projects) Improvement of operational forecast models and integration of water quality and marine ecosystem models into operational systems Operational GIS and information systems for marine spatial planning Enhanced European cooperation and thereby eventually achievement of improved coverage and optimised station positioning through collaborative operational oceanography projects (mainly EU funded) Highlights from Germany

8 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Highlights from Germany OMS Pilot System & Project Industry driven end-to-end Ocean Monitoring System combining Classical subsystems (fixed monitoring stations – buoys, piles, moorings) HF-Radar surveillance (currents, waves, over-radar-horizon targets) Coastal X-Band and wave radar (radar surveillance, waves) Operational forecast models Information systems and services (public and end-user tailored) Warning system including robust emergency broadcast services Modular, open and multi-purpose approach Flexible, portable, adaptable Integration of proven, commercially available subsystems Cost reduction Combines elements of marine monitoring, coastal surveillance, maritime security and early warning systems Multi-purpose, enlarged user community, improved use of infrastructures, capacities and resources

9 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin OMS – Ocean Monitoring Schematic Overview Future Trends

10 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Highlights from France Inventory of coastal environmental monitoring systems Emphasis on operational systems and protocols -parameters (blue and green) -measuring systems/devices -infrastructures -operating monitoring -data management, operation, problems, trends/needs

11 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Highlights from France Infrastructures

12 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Highlights from France Infrastructures

13 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Highlights from France Infrastructures

14 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Highlights from France Devices

15 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Highlights from France Problems, e.g. bio-fouling

16 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Highlights from Poland Coastal evolution due to erosive and accumulative processes

17 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Highlights from Poland Bathymetric measurements by use of GPS-integrated echo-sounder at IBW PAN Coastal Research Station (CRS) in Lubiatowo

18 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Highlights from Poland Monitoring buoy MIG - 1 Hydro-meteorological monitoring by the Maritime Institute in Gdańsk

19 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Highlights from Poland Laboratory building and measuring towers of CRS Lubiatowo

20 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Highlights from Poland Shape of measuring profile at CRS Lubiatowo with typical layout of equipment

21 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Highlights from Poland Installation of IBW PAN wave buoy Directional Waverider nearby Lubiatowo

22 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Highlights from Poland Water level gauge in Gdańsk harbourResearch vessel s/y Oceania Institute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IO PAN) in Sopot Sea water levels (Institute of Meteorology and Water Management)

23 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Highlights from Poland Route of monitoring flight (detection of oil spills) Aerial monitoring of sea surface (Maritime Office in Gdynia)

24 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Highlights from Poland

25 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Highlights from Poland Exemplary information from TIP data base

26 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Highlights from Poland ASTIR web page

27 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin InterMareC ASTIR Status Duration (as planned originally): – Subsidy Contract signed on October 2005 Application for prolongation until March 2007

28 InterMareC – Public Workshop Gdansk – 8 December 2006 Rafal Ostrowski, Klaus D. Pfeiffer & Yannick Aoustin Kick-off meeting at IFREMER: Brest, 28 Oct Meeting during Oceanology London 2006: Meeting in Gdańsk: May 2006 Project status presentations in Kiel (June 2006), Brest (Seatechweek – October 2006) and Gdansk (December 2006) Informal meeting in Brest (October 2006) Planned final editorial meeting of the partners: February 2007 (Germany, Poland?) Presentation of the ASTIR Report and Results on a suitable event (conference or exhibition) in March 2007 Meetings & events


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