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EU China Blue Year Event - forecasting, data, monitoring, planning, indicators 中欧蓝色海洋年-观测,数据, 监测, 规划与指标

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Event date:
01/06/2017 (All day) to 02/06/2017 (All day)
To compare different approaches, learn from each other, identify areas of collaboration

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EU-China Blue Year

Brussels, 1-2 June, rue Froissart 36, 1040 Brussels, Belgium

This agenda is under construction and will be udated progressively

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1 June 2017

14.00

Introduction and Welcome

Commissioner Vella
Administrator Wang

14.30

EU systems for delivering marine data and forecast

EMODnet,

Jan-Bart Calewaert
EMODnet secretariat

Copernicus

Fabienne Jacq
European Commission

Data Collection Framework

Venetia.Kostopoulou
European Commission

Questions

15.30

Coffee

16.00

Chinese approach for forecasting

Operational ocean observation and forecasting services in China

WANG Hui
National Marine Environmental Forecasting Center (NMEFC),
 State Oceanic Administration(SOA)

Development and application of regional operational forecasting system in China Seas

LIU Guimei, NMEFC/SOA

Questions

17.00

Close


 

2 June 2017

9.00

Pressures on semi-enclosed seas

co-chairs

Jun She, Danish Meteorological Instititute

Baltic Scope project, cross-border spatial planning

Tomas Andersson, Swedish Maritime and Water Agency

Marine debris and microplastic monitoring and research in China

WANG Juying, NMEMC/SOA

Micro- and macro-plastic monitoring and protection in Mediterranean and Baltic Sea 

George Triantafyllou , HCMR

 

Bohai ecological red line and ecological environment monitoring

DOU Yueming,NCSB/SOA

10.30

coffee

Research and challenges towards operational ecology and adaptive ecosystem management: Baltic Sea

Jun She, DMI

End-to-end modelling for ecosystem-based management

J, Rasmus Nielsen, DTU

On the Wave Modeling for Bohai Straight Considering the Effect of Miaodao Archipelago

LI Rui, NCSB/SOA

Questions

12.15

lunch

13.45

Blue Economy

EU blue economy

Iain Shepherd, European Commission

Status and future of marine big data in China

XIANG Wenxi, NMDIS/SOA

Marine economy monitoring and evaluation

LU Wenhai, NMDIS/SOA

Approaches for measuring natural capital

Stephen Hynes

Questions

14.45

Breakout groups

introduction

15.00

Parallel session

data

  • Where will Big Data and the Cloud make a difference?
  • What are similarities and differences in standards used in EU and China

measurements

  • Which new technologies are transforming measurements (eg–plastics in the ocean?)
  • How do we optimize investment for marine measurements?

blue economy

  • What economic sectors are emerging and which economic sectors are declining?
  • How can marine data better serve blue economy and its globalisation?

environment

  • Can we give six examples of successful ecosystem management?
  • Is the environment improving or degrading?

all

16.00

Coffee

16.30

Panel

Presentation of results of breakout groups to Panel

16.45

Reaction of Panel and discussion

MEP Ricardo Serrão Santos

Lodewijk Abspoel, Senior policy officer EU integrated maritime policy, Maritime Spatial Planning and North Sea

17.30

Close

Comments

  • Tomas Andersson's picture

    I will be attending and present the Baltic Scope project . However I would be very pleased if we could have the Spatial planning early on the 2nd. Tomas

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