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1 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 EURO4M: European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring Project of EU-FP7-SPACE, April 2010 – March 2014, 9 partners Goal:

2 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 EURO4M: European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring Project of EU-FP7-SPACE, April 2010 – March 2014, 9 partners Goal: LONG-TERM CLIMATE DATASETS + ASSESSMENTS OF CHANGE

3 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 EURO4M: European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring Project of EU-FP7-SPACE, April 2010 – March 2014, 9 partners Goal: LONG-TERM CLIMATE DATASETS + ASSESSMENTS OF CHANGE …describing climate variability and change at the European scale …placing high-impact extreme events in a historical context

4 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 Which variables of the climate system do we include?

5 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011

6 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 EURO4M

7 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 EURO4M ESA-CCI

8 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 What do the 9 partners in the project actually do? (some examples)

9 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 UEA-CRU contribution

10 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 Satellite era UEA-CRU contribution

11 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 Precipitation but also other CM-SAF datasets (radiation, clouds) DWD contribution

12 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 KNMI contribution

13 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 KNMI contribution

14 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 KNMI contribution E-OBS gridded dataset Haylock et al., JGR, 2008 Van den Besselaar et al., JGR, 2011 v5.0 released one week ago 1950-now (daily, 25km)

15 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 Status 10 yr ago KNMI contribution

16 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 Work with others on data improvements, e.g. SunCloud project (ETH-Zurich) for sunshine / surface solar radiation KNMI contribution

17 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 Work with others on data improvements, e.g. SunCloud project (ETH-Zurich) for sunshine / surface solar radiation KNMI contribution

18 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 Data rescue and digitization URV and NMA contribution

19 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 UK Met Office contribution

20 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 ECMWF-ERA Interim (80 km) HIRLAM (20 km) MESAN/SAFRAN (5 km) 2m Temperature 2m Temperature 2m Temperature SMHI and Météo France contribution

21 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 ECMWF-ERA Interim (80 km) HIRLAM (20 km) MESAN/SAFRAN (5 km) 2m Temperature 2m Temperature 2m Temperature SMHI and Météo France contribution

22 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 ECMWF-ERA Interim (80 km) HIRLAM (20 km) MESAN/SAFRAN (5 km) 2m Temperature 2m Temperature 2m Temperature SMHI and Météo France contribution >25 yr period UK Met Office will explore 3km reanalysis using their NAE NWP model (4D-Var) <5 yr period only

23 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 Meteo Swiss contribution Alpine gridded precipitation dataset (updating Frei and Schär, 1998)

24 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 Meteo Swiss contribution

25 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 In summary, we develop: 1)in-situ observations (CRU, GPCC, ECA&D) 2)satellite CDRs (CM-SAF) 3)regional reanalysis of past weather (new!) Reference historical databases

26 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 In summary, we develop: 1)in-situ observations (CRU, GPCC, ECA&D) long-term records but sparse 2)satellite CDRs (CM-SAF) spatially extensive but short 3)regional reanalysis of past weather (new!) complete but expensive and some bias Reference historical databases

27 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 How do we bring all these different data sources together and communicate our results to the users in a meaningful way?

28 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 User-consultations by: JRC/EEA, EUMETNET, WMO-GFCS ongoing EU-projects such as ECLISE, IS-ENES, etc national examples of good user liaison practices plus our own Climate Liaison Team (led by DWD)

29 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 From data to services: Reference historical databases Climate Indicator Bulletins

30 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 Example: Russian heat wave, July 2010 In-situ NOAA

31 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 ERA-Interim ECMWF MSU UAH Courtesy: John Christy (top), Adrian Simmons (bottom) In-situ NOAA Example: Russian heat wave, July 2010

32 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 Assessment requires impact relevant indicators In-situ NOAA Example: Russian heat wave, July 2010

33 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September days with T-max > 25°C against 9.5 days in a normal July Source: ECA&D Example: Russian heat wave, July 2010

34 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September nights with T-min > 20°C against 0.5 night in a normal July Source: ECA&D Example: Russian heat wave, July 2010

35 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 Source: Alexander et al., JGR, 2006; also in IPCC-AR4, 2007 Example: Russian heat wave, July 2010

36 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 Worldwide climate indicator activities (ETCCDI) Working together GH Africa Workshop (WCRP/World Bank) 04/2010 Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines (NL) 12/2009 Southeast Asia (USA) 12/2007 Mexico (UK) 03/2009 West Indian Ocean (France) 09/2009 Central Africa (USA) 4/2007 South America (Ecuador) 01/2011

37 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 Reference historical databases Climate Indicator Bulletins focus on trends and variability in impact relevant indicators (extremes) include uncertainty estimates first bulletin on EU-temperature due in March 2012

38 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 Future perspective:EURO4M is an essential building block for a future Climate Service for Europe

39 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 Future perspective:EURO4M is an essential building block for a future Climate Service for Europe Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (EC/ESA)

40 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 Future perspective:EURO4M is an essential building block for a future Climate Service for Europe Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (EC/ESA) GEOLAND2 MyOcean MACC SAFER G-Mosaic EURO4M ?

41 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 Thank you for your attention! Visit or KNMI.nlwww.EURO4M.eu

42 European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EMS/ECAM, Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2011 Final announcement: What?Special workshop on the WMO Pilot Regional Climate Centre (RCC) Network for Europe Where?Room Stanford When?Thursday morning 8.30 – Who?Those who registered, plus others interested


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