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Title: Emodnet Chemistry Lot


1
Actions from previous meeting EMODnet
Chemistry Alessandra Giorgetti (OGS, Italy)
3rd EMODnet-MSFD Coordination Meeting 8-9
December 2015, DG MARE, Brussels
2
Actions from 2nd EMODnet MSFD Coordination
Meeting (27/2/2015, Brussels)
  • An assessment needs to be made of the relevance
    of EMODnet chemistry data to OSPAR/HELCOM. This
    will be achieved by follow-up meetings, including
    with appropriate technical groups.
  • The EMODnet Chemistry portal may be able to
    provide maximum impact on MSFD reporting by
    concentrating on the Mediterranean and Black Sea
    and through using methods developed in OSPAR and
    HELCOM. Chemistry portal to report back to the
    next meeting within 6 months.
  • Appropriate information must be provided in the
    metadata to identify chemistry/biology data that
    is suitable for inclusion in MSFD reporting based
    on QA and QC procedures used in collecting it.
    HELCOM and OSPAR indicator specifications should
    identify the appropriate metadata needed. EMODnet
    Chemistry and Biology to report back on progress
    to next meeting, including possibilities to
    filter data on these metadata fields and progress
    in developing mechanisms for accessing data from
    non-EMODnet partner sources.
  • The Secretariat will collate requests for
    specific tools/products/provisions from MSFD
    users to portals and ensure the relevant people
    are informed. It will also track progress of the
    requests.
  • OSPAR and HELCOM will set up dialogues with the
    Biology and Human activities portal to explore
    how EMODnet can contribute to upcoming and future
    data assessments. If suitable, the progress of
    this dialogue and subsequent actions will be
    presented as a talk at the EMODnet jamboree in
    October.
  •  Health warnings need to be added to many pages
    on all portals to inform the user that the
    outputs are still under development and are not
    necessarily a comprehensive data set/overview.
    Secretariat to report back on progress to next
    meeting.
  • Metadata information needs to be improved to
    include confidence levels and other information
    on QA and QC. Report back on progress at next
    meeting.
  • A project to examine use-cases of relevance to
    MSFD for a particular sea basin as a way to
    identify gaps and ways forward on making EMODnet
    relevant for MSFD would have great benefit. It
    could build a series of layers of different
    parameters of relevance to MSFD and identify
    gaps. This would need independent funding
    initially and could ultimately be integrated in
    the scope of the sea-basin checkpoint activities.
  • A future meeting needs to include EMODnet Seabed
    Habitats project.

3
Actions and Next Steps
  • Appropriate information must be provided in the
    metadata to identify chemistry data that are
    suitable for inclusion in MSFD reporting based on
    QA and QC procedures used in collecting it,
    including possibilities to filter data on these
    metadata fields
  • HELCOM and OSPAR identified metadata needed
  • Purpose of data collection
  • Matrix selection criteria possibly added to CDI
    mask
  • Regions and sub-regions criteria possibly added
    to CDI mask
  • ICES, HELCOM and OSPAR have provided necessary
    information (shape files)
  • Separate contact ongoing with BSC and UNEP-MAP

4
Comparison between EMODnet and ICES data portal
  • Some HELCOM sub-basins are missing in EMODnet
  • Differences in Parameter group definitions and
    EMODnet vocabularies (P02)
  • No information of Type of purpose of monitoring
    or name of monitoring program in EMODnet BUT
    Project name or Dataset name could include (and
    help obtain) this information
  • In EMODnet useful tool to aggregate per
    cruise/project/station
  • In EMODnet useful to be able to explore also
    Academic, licenced and by negotiation data
  • ..

5
ICES Data Submission
  • Analysis of information available through ICES
    data portal
  • Data submission system according to purpose of
    data acquisition, with connected metadata

http//admin.ices.dk/Submissions/index.aspx?t1
6
ICES Data Submission
  • Analysis of information available through ICES
    data portal
  • Data submission system according to purpose of
    data acquisition, with connected metadata

7
To submit metadata
8
QA/QC metadata for Oceanographic data
Oceanographic data managed by EMODnet undergo
standard ICES Guidelines on QA/QC
9
QA/QC metadata for Environmental data
10
QA/QC protocols
EMODnet has carried out an inventory of ex ante
QA/QC protocols among all partners, including
details of confidence level. All information will
be made available and associated to EMODnet
laboratories
EMODnet is also facing the issue to identify the
purpose of data collection, besides the
distinction between monitoring and research
11
Identify data collection purpose proposal
Use of C34 vocab integrated with information of
ICES
12
Matrix selection criteria (hierarchically linked
to Discovery parameters)
Biota Sediment Sea Water
13
Filter by the different RSCs boundaries
Shape files comparison in the Baltic Sea more
sub-basins, some different boundaries
HELCOM shape file
EMODnet shape file
14
Filter by the different RCs boundaries
  • North Sea OSPAR not aligned with coastline

OSPAR shape file
EMODnet shape file
  • no shapefiles for the Mediterranean and Black Sea

15
  • Health warnings have been added

16
  • A project to examine use-cases of relevance to
    MSFD to identify gaps and ways forward on making
    EMODnet relevant for MSFD would have great
    benefit.

DG ENV/MSFD Action Plans / 2014 ActionMed
project (HCMR) BalticBOOST
(Helcom) EcApRHA (Ospar) Started
1/11/2015 with 15 months duration Support the
development of Information Management System to
address data and knowledge gaps in
Mediterranean Task 4.1 How the existing data and
information management infrastructures address
the identified gaps and needs in MSFD
implementation (Corila, OGS, UNEP/MAP, HCMR and
Maris) Subtask 4.1.1 Analysis of the fitness for
purpose and completeness of EMODnet portals in
the Mediterranean area (lead OGS)
17
On-going cooperation with BSC
  • BSC participated to EMODnet Chemistry annual
    meeting (16th June 2015)
  • EMODnet Chemistry participated to 31st BSC
    Regular Meeting (8th October 2015)
  • Resolution The Commission welcomed the
    possibility of cooperation with EMODnet Project
  • We are jointly working on Memorandum of
    Understanding to formalise cooperation

18
Memorandum of Understanding with the Commission
on the Protection of the Black Sea Against
Pollution (Bucarest Convention)
  • Formalisation of activities
  • EMODnet Chemistry will give BSC access to
    regional products for supporting generation and
    management of MSFD indicators
  • EMODnet Chemistry will participate in the BSC
    Advisory Groups meetings (PMA-Pollution
    Monitoring and Assessment, LBS-control of
    pollution from Land Based Sources)
  • BSC will support EMODnet Chemistry project in
    data uptake by identifying and mobilizing
    additional data sources in the Black Sea, where
    permissible
  • BSC will make efforts to contribute to the
    validation of EMODnet results with regional
    experts
  • BSC will try to participate in EMODnet Experts
    Workshops, whenever possible
  • BSC will consider the possibility to join in
    EMODnet Phase 3 proposal.
  • Interaction essential for tuning EMODnet results
    to fit BSC purpose

19
QA/QC at indicator level
Categorization of the type of information that is
used in the indicators (as agreed by WG DIKE WG
GES)
20
QA/QC at indicator level
D5 Eutrophication Nutrient (nitrate)
concentration
Explicit information on confidence level,
including data uncertainty and gaps in coverage.
21
Future planning
  • 2016
  • Compute DIVA maps for dissolved oxygen, acidity
    and chlorophyll with 10-year moving window,
    seasons, vertical layers
  • Release contaminant data as dynamic spatial
    distributions, time series plots and vertical
    profiles
  • Addition of matrix selection criteria in EMODnet
    Data Access interface
  • Addition of research/monitoring criteria in
    EMODnet Data Access interface
  • Addition of filtering by OSPAR HELCOM
    assessment regions/subregions
  • Addition of purpose of data collection (if agreed
    as relevant issue)
  • Addition of QA/QC metadata (based on ISO/IEC
    170252005)
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