Maritime Forum

How good are the marine data in the Mediterranean? - literature survey for Mediterranean checkpoint

Published on: Mon, 29/09/2014 - 10:54
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    Their approach was to select a number of applications and determine how easy it was to access and use the data needed for these applications and how fit for purpose the data were

    The Mediterranean checkpoint has delivered its first report. Their approach was to select a number of applications and determine how easy it was to access and use the data needed for these applications and how fit for purpose the data were. This was a paper exercise. The next step will be to try real case studies on a number of these challenges.

    AM1

    SCREAM (Spatially Continuous Resource Economic Analysis Model)

    air and human activities

    AM2

    The MARINA-Platform project

    air, marine waters

    AM3

    Oil spill forecasting for the Lebanon accident case

    air, seabed, marine waters and human activities

    AM4

    Storm surge and wave modelling for coastal extreme events

    air, marine waters and seabed

    AM5

    Coastal upwelling indicators

    air

    AM6

    Oil Spill Decision Support System; Don Pedro vessel spill on Ibiza beaches, July 2007

    air, marine waters, seabed, biology/biota

    MW01

    EEA Climate Change Report Assessment

    marine waters

    MW02

    Use of global datasets for hydrological predictions

    fresh water

    MW03

    Near-real time in situ data for calibration/validation

    marine waters

    BB01

    Assessment of Mediterranean Sea stocks

    biology/biota and human activities

    BB02

    Alien species and stocks

    biology/biota

    BB03

    Fishery impact on the sea floor in the MFSD

    human activities

    BB04

    Fishery impact on sea turtles in the Mediterranean Sea

    biology/biota

    SBD01

    RESPONSE Project - LIFE Environment program

    seabed and human activities

    SBD02

    Assessment of Coastal Protection in Europe

    seabed, human activities and marine water

    SBD03

    Mediterranean Beach Erosion Study Cases

    seabed

    SBD04

    Tsunami travel time maps

    seabed

    SBD05

    Relevant bathymetry for biological assemblages of conservation interest in the submarine canyons and numerical cumodelling

    seabed marine waters, biota, human activities

    /maritimeforum/en/file/medsead13pdf-0MEDSEA_D1.3.pdf

     

    /maritimeforum/en/file/annex1pdf-0ANNEX1.pdf

     

    /maritimeforum/en/file/annex2pdf-0ANNEX2.pdf

    /maritimeforum/en/file/annex3pdf-0ANNEX3.pdf

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