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MED-SUV Supersite project: MEDiterranean SUpersite Volcanoes Giuseppe Puglisi Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia Sezione di Catania – Osservatorio.

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1 MED-SUV Supersite project: MEDiterranean SUpersite Volcanoes Giuseppe Puglisi Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia Sezione di Catania – Osservatorio Etneo

2 Outline > Rationale of the Project Geodynamic framework Background (know-how, cutting-edge monitoring systems) Impact on society > Project Objectives Consortium Work Plan Contributions to GEO 2012-2015 Work Plan > Conclusive remarks

3 Rationale of the Project

4 Italian active volcanoes and Supersites

5 This complex geodynamic context of the central Mediterranean area reflects in different eruptive behaviors: > open conduit (Mt. Etna) (PoC, G. Puglisi; INGV-CT) > closed conduit (Vesuvius and Campi Flegrei) (PoC, S. Borgstrom; INGV-OV) The eruptive behaviors encompass almost the entire spectrum of the threatening volcanic phenomena; These characteristics attract the interest of the volcanologic community; The presence of populated areas foster the development of cutting-edges in-situ monitoring systems and background EO missions for a long time (since the 80s). C. Flegrei/Vesuvius and Mt. Etna can be considered, altogether, a Cluster of Supersites in the centre of the Mediterranean area Italian active volcanoes and Supersites Rationale High Hazard and Risk Earth Observations and Ground-Based data Supersite Initiative

6 Italian Volcano Supersites are of broad scientific interest

7 Monitoring systems In both areas the monitoring system is essentially multidisciplinary > Seismic monitoring: Broad-band, accelerometers, infrasound sensors > Deformation monitoring: Ground based: continuous GPS and GPS surveys, tiltmeters, leveling surveys, tide gauges; Space based: SAR Interferometry > Gravity monitoring: surveys and permanent stations > Magnetic monitoring: surveys and permanent stations > Video-cameras (visible, IR, thermal) > Plume geochemistry (surveys and permanent stations for CO 2, SO 2 fluxes) > Soil and ground water geochemistry (Radon, CO 2, etc.) > Geological field surveys > Analytic laboratories of rocks > Space-based optical multispectral sensors More than 320 multi-parametric stations, about 250 benchmarks periodically surveyed with GPS and more that 600 km of high-precision leveling lines

8 Monitoring systems Mt. Etna volcano Campi Flegrei and Vesuvius volcanoes

9 Future-Coordination Center Sub-Coordination Centers Monitoring data flux, archiving and sharing EPOS WG2 TS MED-SUV INGV (C.F. & Vesuvius) INGV (Etna) DBs CEOS Laboratories (e.g. HP Lab) HPC resources for modeling …. Geographic Data Centers Non-Geographic Data Center Data from remote stations and surveys To local Data Bases MED-SUV contributions to the European Supersites Coordination Workshop Session 2 (11:35-11:55): Implementation … interoperability infrastructure (S. Nativi) Session 4 (14:00-14:20): New generation e-infrastructure … SSEP (P.P. Mathieu)

10 Examples of monitoring activities Earthquakes & volcanic tremor sources seismic release INGV-CT Control room Seismicity

11 Permanent GPS network: velocity vectors & areal dilatation 1/1/2010 – 31/12/2010 Examples of monitoring activities Ground deformations Dec 2010 – Jan 2011 MED-SUV contributions to the European Supersites Coordination Workshop Session 1 (13:35-13:55): Inference on subsurface sources... (J. Fernandez) Session 2 (11:15-11:35): Integration between … data sets (G. Puglisi) Session 3 (12:20-12:40):... TerraSAR-X.. for GEO Supersites (C. Minet)

12 Shelter with video-cameras (VI & IR) and radar doppler 25 Aug. 10 plume event Examples of monitoring activities Volcanic Plumes MED-SUV contributions to the European Supersites Coordination Workshop Session 2 (14:15-14:35): Ash cloud monitoring & modeling... (M. Coltelli) Space-based monitoring

13 Examples of monitoring activities Lava flows and fire fountain activity Thermal anomalies derived from Landasat TM and ETM+: examples from 1998 and 2001 Mt. Etna eruptions Lava flows

14 Link with marine monitoring systems (EMSO; NEMO-SN1 node) Twofold link with NEMO-SN1: -Strengthen of Etna seismic network for: - monitoring purposes and - the seismic experiment -Integration of geophysical monitoring (gravity, magnetic) and geophysical surveys during the experiment From the call: … Where supersites are adjacent to European Seas, coordination with existing marine systems necessary for comprehensive monitoring of the site could be included in the project …

15 Relationship between volcanoes and people Vesuvius and Campi Flegrei

16 Relationship between volcanoes and people Etna

17 Effects of the 2002 earthquakes on edifices (Curtsey R. Azzaro) Effects of landslides on edifices (Curtsey A. Bonforte) … but not only volcanic hazard: MULTI-HAZARD. Examples of the effects of seismicity and landslides on Mt. Etna (2002 eruption). Relationship between volcanoes and people Etna

18 The Project

19 The MED-SUV Project - Objectives The overall goal of the project is to apply the rationale of the Supersites GEO initiative to Campi Flegrei/Vesuvius and Mt. Etna to reduce the volcanic risk, by improving the understanding of the underlying geophysical processes, through the integration and sharing of the in-situ and Earth Observation (EO) data sets and the implementation of new instruments and monitoring systems. The main specific objectives of the project are: 1. Development of the next generation of geo-hazard monitoring/observing systems. 2. Characterization of the volcanic processes through cutting-edge data analysis/modelling 3. Strategies for volcanic disaster preparedness and mitigation 4. Test and validation of the project outcomes (pilot phase) 5. Dissemination

20 The MED-SUV Consortium & Budget Participant legal NameCountry Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV) - CoordinatorIT Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR)IT Analisi e Monitoraggio del Rschio Ambientale – (AMRA) S.C.A R.LIT Dipartimento di Protezione Civile (DPC)IT Universtià di Milano (UMIL)IT Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR)DE Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich (LMU)DE Helmholtz-Zentrum Potsdam Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum (GFZ)DE Durham University (UNIVDUR)UK University of Bristol (UNIBRIS)UK Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS)FR Bureau de Recherches Géologiques et Minières (BRGM)FR Université Blaise Pascal de Clermont-Ferrand (UBP)FR European Space Agency (ESA)FR Agencia Estatal Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)ES University of Granada (UGR)ES Universidade dos Açores (UAc)PT University of Malta (UoM)MT University of Western Ontario (UNIWO)CA United States Geological Survey – Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (USGS-HVO)US DeltaG – SMEIT Surveylab - SMEIT Marwan Technology (MATEC) - SMEIT Terradue (T2) - SMEUK - IPGP - ISTerre (Univ. Savoie / IRD) - Lab Geol. (ENS Paris) - ISTO (Uni. Oreans) 24 Participants + 5 Third Parties (4 Lab.) 9 Countries (7 EU + 2) 4 SMEs Budget: Eligible costs 7.728.146 ; EU Contribution 5.998.851

21 MED-SUV Project Workplan Objectives: 1. Development of the next generation of geo-hazard monitoring/observing systems. MED-SUV contributions to the European Supersites Coordination Workshop From WPs 2 and 3 Session 2 (11:15-11:35): Integration between space- and ground-based data sets:... ground deformations… (G. Puglisi) Session 2 (11:35-11:55): Implementation of multi-disciplinary interoperability infrastructure … GEO/GEOSS (S. Nativi) Session 3 (12:20-12:40): Potential of High Resolution TerraSAR-X Data for GEO Supersites (C. Minet) Session 4 (14:00-14:20): New generation e-infrastructure …: the pilot SSEP... pilot case (P.P. Mathieu) From WPs 4 and WP5 Session 1 (13:35-13:55): Inference on subsurface sources from multiparametric numerical analysis... (J. Fernandez) Session 2 (14:15-14:35): Ash cloud monitoring & modelling: data integration and international cooperation (M. Coltelli) 5. Dissemination 4. Test and validation of the project outcomes (pilot phase) 3. Strategies for volcanic disaster preparedness and mitigation 2. Characterization of the volcanic processes through cutting-edge data analysis/modeling From WP 6 Session 4 (13:40-14:00): Volcanic Risk Management: the experience of the Italian Civil Protection … (V. Bosi, M Rosi) Session 4 (14:20-14:40): Risk reduction: strategies for integration …. (W. Marzocchi, L. Sandri )

22 Contributions to GEO 2012-2015 Work Plan GEO Work Plan TasksMED-SUV WPs and Tasks Task DI-01 Informing Risk Management and Disaster Reduction Component C2 (Disaster Risk Reduction and Early Warning - Geohazard Monitoring, Alert and Risk Assessment) Priority Actions concerned with MED-SUV Apply a fully integrated approach to geohazards monitoring, … collaboration among existing networks and international initiatives, using new instrumentation … in-situ sensors, aggregating space … and ground- based … observations. Develop... Datasets … on Supersites. Support the establishment of Supersites and Natural Laboratories. Provide an electronic infrastructure …. Develop a consolidated Supersites Strategic Plan … Develop … modeling and mapping using novel algorithms and methodologies based on SAR and optical satellite data The MED-SUV project as a whole, and in particular: WP1: Task 1.2 WP2: Task 2.1; Task 2.2 WP3: Task 3.1; Task 3; Task 3.3; Task 3.4 WP4: Task 4.3 WP5: Task 5.4 WP6: Task 6.1; Task 6.2; Task 6.3 WP7: Task 7.3 WP8: Task 8.4; Task 8.5 Task IN-02 Earth Data Sets Component C2 Development of Regional/Global Information and Cross-cutting Datasets (including socio- economic information) Priority Actions concerned with MED-SUV Provide a suite of global datasets based on improved and validated data sources. Facilitate interoperability among data sets using the GEOSS architecture Resources Available for Implementation concerned with MED-SUV European activities related to the INSPIRE Directive WP2: Task 2.1; Task 2.2 WP3: Task 3.1: Task 3.2; Task 3.3; Task 3.4 Task IN-03 GEOSS Common Infrastructure Component C1 Evolution and Enhancement of the GEOSS Common Infrastructure (GCI) Priority Actions concerned with MED-SUV Define and maintain an Architecture Evolution Strategy for the GEOSS Common Infrastructure (GCI) … Enhance GCI components …. Regularly perform usability testing …. Support the integration of new GCI capabilities s.... Resources Available for Implementation concerned with MED-SUV European FP7 projects: EuroGEOSS, GENESI (ongoing); and GEOWOW (started in September 2011 for 3 years) European activities related to the INSPIRE Directive WP3: Task 3.4 WP8: Task 8.4 Task IN-05 GEOSS Design and Interoperability Component C1 GEOSS Design and Interoperability Priority Actions concerned with MED-SUV GEOSS Interoperability Analysis and Support: Actively promote GEOSS interoperability principles and the use of the Standards and Interoperability Registry across Societal Benefit Areas. Support GEOSS users in understanding and implementing the GEOSS interoperability principles. Provide analysis for improving interoperability as the GEOSS architecture evolves. Build upon the European INSPIRE experience.… WP3: Task 3.4

23 Conclusive remarks The Italian Supersites Volcanoes (Mt. Etna, Campi Flegrei and Vesuvius) are areas posing high volcanic risks due to the continuous volcanic activity and the high density of population living in the active zones. They are natural laboratories for researches aimed at - understanding of the subsurface processes leading to eruptions, and - implementing of methods for monitoring and hazard assessment (both at long- and short-term, … possibly now-cast) Favourable conditions: - broad spectrum of threatening volcanic phenomena; - cutting-edge monitoring facilities & good test areas for new systems; - in-situ and satellite long-term monitoring time series; - well-established links between the scientific and end-user communities. MED-SUV Project: -will improve the characterisation of the volcanic processes; -will strengthen the link with end-users; -will implement a reliable e-infrastructure; -will transfer experiences on other volcanic areas (pilot phase). It will provide significant contributions to GEO 2012-2015 Work Plan


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