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EMODnet Chemistry II (2013-2016)
WP5 Analysis and Recommendations
(16 JUNE 2015)
WP Leader: Neil Holdsworth, ICES
BACKGROUND: and the tools they have...
DG-MARE (Maritime Affairs)
Data Collection
Framework (DCF) and
DC-MAP
Marine Knowledge 2020
EMODNET
DG-ENV (Environment) & EEA
Water and Marine
Framework Directive
(WFD/MSFD)
Habitats, Bathing water
etc. Directives
INSPIRE (Public body
spatial data)
WISE and WISE-Marine
EMODnet Chemistry II (2013-2016)
WP5 Analysis and Recommendations
WP description: inputs
• Specific MSFD feedback through WG-DIKE and TG
DATA
• Additional workshops i.e. EMD-MSFD interaction
• Feedback from Chemistry project partners including
data providers (see next presentation by Matteo)
• Overall EMODNet strategy developments at EU and
Member States levels
EMODnet Chemistry II (2013-2016)
WP5 Analysis and Recommendations
WP description: objectives
• Engage with MSFD stakeholders and align/revise
chemical portal and products through dialogue
• identify key users and report on the effectiveness of the
system in meeting the needs of end-users
• provide a summary feedback to the products work
package (WP3)
• To establish efficient tools to obtain users feedback
Data –> Information flow for MSFD
(coordinated)
Monitoring
[National] and
[Regional
Data provision
bodies]
Data assembly
(products)
Ingestion
Indicator
provision
data
information
Regional
Conventions
and EEA
Assessment
product(s)
knowledge
INSPIRE: Marine Pilot WS (8-9 June), Copenhagen
Lead: JRC
Participants: DGENV, EEA, national experts (NL,
DE, DK) and RSC’s
- Capacity building; Training on transformation
of data for INSPIRE compliance
- Reporting for MSFD using INSPIRE
compliant/based services
INSPIRE: Marine Pilot WS (8-9 June), Copenhagen
- Would services harvested by EEA with a
timestamp, be a legal reporting for MSFD?
- Report to be drafted for DIKE meeting in
October by EEA/DG ENV and some MS
- Next meeting 5 September in the
Netherlands
- EMODnet Steering will meet with JRC/INSPIRE
in late June
WISE Marine – slowly taking shape
- WISE-Marine ‘knowledge’ mapping
WG-GES
Assessment
WG-DIKE
Indicators
Data assembly
Data Collection
(sources of observations)
WISE Marine
a web-based portal for sharing information to the
marine community on the marine environment
WISE-M
http://marine.europa.eu
WISE-Marine landing page (ENV)
http://marine.europa.eu/
State of the
marine
environment
(EEA)
Policy (ENV)
Data (EEA)
State of the marine environment (EEA)
Drivers
Pressures
State of
marine
ecosystem
Impacts on
ecosystem
services
and
natural
capital
Response
JRC
competence
center (JRC)
WISE-Marine landing page (ENV)
http://marine.europa.eu/
State of the
marine
environment
(EEA)
Policy (ENV)
Data (EEA)
JRC
competence
center (JRC)
Data (EEA)
Data products (information shown)
Indicators
Assessment
tools
Data
services
(e.g.
EMODNET)
Reference
layers and
MSFD maps
MS reported data (inputs to WISE-M)
MSFD Art 8,
9 and 10
MSFD Art
13
MSFD Art
11
MSFD Art
19.3
(RSC data?)
WISE SOE
(TCM)
Marine Information Schema (RSC support contract)
The MIS structure (still being revisited under level2 and 3)
Based on, but not identical to, the Marine Information Schema (RSC support project, 2015 – in development)
MIS 1: DPSIR
MIS 2: Integrated Ecosystem Assessment
Art 7: Competent Authorities
Arts 9 & 10: Scoping and Targets
Drivers
Pressures
Indicators
Methodology etc
RESPONSES
Human
Activities
GES Objectives
Temporal and Spatial Scope
Targets
Art 8 Initial Assessment
Art 13: Management
State
Programme of measures
Evaluation of measures
Reporting
Art 11: Monitoring Programme
Ecosystem
Services
Monitoring network
Monitoring methods/guidelines
MIS 3: Evidence base
Art 19.3 Data underpinning Art.
8 and 11
Data assembly
Methodology
Spatial units
Vocabs
Station
Species/Habitats
Parameters
Units etc.
QC flags
Datasets
Station
Area
Timeseries
Sample method
QC information
Indicators are the connector between evidence and status
MIS 1: DPSIR
MIS 2: Integrated Ecosystem Assessment
Art 7: Competent Authorities
Arts 9 & 10: Scoping and Targets
Drivers
Pressures
Indicators
Methodology etc
RESPONSES
Human
Activities
GES Objectives
Temporal and Spatial Scope
Targets
Art 8 Initial Assessment
Art 13: Management
State
Programme of measures
Evaluation of measures
Reporting
Art 11: Monitoring Programme
Ecosystem
Services
Monitoring network
Monitoring methods/guidelines
MIS 3: Evidence base
Art 19.3 Data underpinning Art.
8 and 11
Data assembly
Methodology
Spatial units
Vocabs
Station
Species/Habitats
Parameters
Units etc.
QC flags
Datasets
Station
Area
Timeseries
Sample method
QC information
MSFD key interactions (2014/2015)
Sept ’14 EMODnet – MSFD interaction meeting
DGMARE, DGENV, EEA, 2 member states, OSPAR and
HELCOM, EMODnet Bio, Chem and Sec
- Focus was more on biological than chemical
- Chemistry presented by Alessandra and ‘data
product preparation’ exercise for EEA presented by
Neil
MSFD key interactions (2014/2015)
Sept ’14 EMODnet – MSFD interaction meeting
DISCUSSIONS
- Chemical buffer
- Regional focus: Mediterranean
- Northern RSC’s heavily invested in current
systems/process. Little incentive to change in short
term
MSFD key interactions (2014/2015)
Feb ’15 EMODnet – MSFD interaction meeting
The usual suspects
- relevance of EMODnet chemistry (data) to
OSPAR/HELCOM?
- Concentrating on the Mediterranean and Black Sea
- Appropriate information in the metadata to identify
chemistry data suitable for inclusion in MSFD
reporting based on QA and QC procedures
MSFD key interactions (2014/2015)
Feb ’15 EMODnet – MSFD interaction meeting
The usual suspects
- HELCOM and OSPAR indicator specifications should
identify the appropriate metadata needed
- EMODnet Chemistry to report back on progress to
next meeting, including possibilities to filter data on
these metadata fields
- Progress in developing mechanisms for accessing
data from non-EMODnet partner sources.
RSC Indicators
WGDIKE paper DIKE_11-2015-04
RSC Indicators as of June 2015
-
200 regional indicators
28 equate to D5 Eutrophication
47 equate to D8ish Contaminants
Operational status unknown for most
Most are under development, developed but
not adopted or no information
Indicators elements
HELCOM and OSPAR indicator specifications
should identify the appropriate metadata
needed
Indicators elements
analysis
WGDIKE paper DIKE_11-2015-05
Categories
EEA fields HELCOM fields OSPAR fields
Access and Use
1
Assessment Findings
4
3
8
Assessment methods
5
7
1
Assessment Purpose
6
7
4
Contact and Ownership
2
2
2
Data inputs and outputs
8
3
2
Geographical scope
1
1
8
Labelling and Classification
7
1
10
Quality Aspects
3
6
1
Temporal scope
2
2
Version control
6
1
3
Grand Total
44
31
42
Indicators elements WGDIKE paper DIKE_11-2015-05
Common core (draft)
EEA
HELCOM
OSPAR

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