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Fourth IDMP CEE workshop: Drought data exchange Platform by Gregor Gregorič

Fourth IDMP CEE workshop: Drought data exchange Platform by Gregor Gregorič

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Fourth IDMP CEE workshop: Drought data exchange Platform by Gregor Gregorič

  1. 1. Drought data exchange Platform Activity 1.3 Gregor Gregorič, EARS/DMCSEE Luka Honzak, BO-MO LTD. 4rd IDMP CEE Workshop Bucharest, 21 & 22 April 2015
  2. 2. Activity list Drought management platform (an information architecture and an intelligent infrastructure that enables exchange of data, relevant for drought analysis, as well as continuous automated sensing, monitoring, and decision support for drought risk management operations) is considered within the IDM CEE project
  3. 3. Work chronology • preparation of draft version of Implementation guide – needed by partners in order to start preparations of their own data – started in autumn 2013, finished in the beginning of 2014 • survey about existing operational products for drought monitoring in their countries – send to partners in the beginning of 2014 with draft version of Implementation guide - 7 surveys received until 2nd IDMP CEE Workshop • organization of training session during 2nd IDMP CEE Workshop in Ljubljana – based on surveys and draft version of Implementation guide
  4. 4. Work chronology • preparation of final version of Implementation guide with detailed description how to prepare metadata for Drought Metadata Catalogue – based on input from training and remarks from PRG – finished in June 2014 and send to partners • integration of data provided by partners into EDO – work with JRC staff – finished in the beginning of 2015 • preparation of Implementation report – finished in the beginning of 2015 • presentations have been prepared for all IDMP CEE workshops and training has been given on second one
  5. 5. IDMP Platform – EDO (JRC) • Several options for selection of data exchange platform for IDMP CEE project have been studied • Main consideration was in decision to develop new services or to attach IDMP CEE project to one of the existing systems • Due to available time and resources, also after the project end, the decision to use existing platform has been made http://edo.jrc.ec.europa.eu/
  6. 6. EDO • EDO MapViewer – a web mapping service – http://edo.jrc.ec.europa.eu/edov2/php/index.php?id=1120 • Drought Metadata Catalogue – a web application for searching and updating the drought catalog – http://vap- xjedo.jrc.it/Search/Search.h tml
  7. 7. Overview of received data   Product Bulgaria Monthly weather bulletin, Precipitation anomaly, SMI, SPI Czech R. Amount of usable water in loam soils in Czech Republic, Basic water balance of grasslands in the Czech Republic, Potential evapotranspiration of grassland, comparison with the long-term average 1961 – 2010, Weekly amount of precipitation, measured values Hungary Agro-meteorological maps, Monthly integrated water balance report and forecast, WAHASTRAT Lithuania Selianinov hydrothermal coefficient (HTC) Moldova SPI Poland SPI: Standardized Precipitation Index Romania Agrometeorological Bulletin, Seasonal Meteorological Forecast, Soil Moisture map, SPI Index Map, Weather warnings Slovakia Forecast of forest fire risk index Slovenia Agriculture Soil Water Balance Bulletin in Slovenia Drought Bulletin for SE Europe Precipitation Percentiles map Standardized Precipitation Index map Ukraine HTC SPI
  8. 8. Bulgaria • Monthly weather bulletin • Precipitation anomaly • SMI • SPI Public available (http://www.meteo.bg/)
  9. 9. Hungary • Agro-meteorological maps – Hungarian Meteorological Service – actual precipitation, temperature anomalies, soil moisture, and surface temperature data • Monthly integrated water balance report and forecast – General Directorate of Water Management Public available (www.met.hu/idojaras/agrometeorologia/, http://www.vizugy.hu/)
  10. 10. Romania • Agrometeorological Bulletin • Seasonal Meteorological Forecast • Soil Moisture map • SPI Index Map • Weather warnings Public available (http://www.meteoromania.ro/anm/?lang=ro_ro)
  11. 11. Conclusions and outlook • In this activity we established and completed first step in interoperability • 26 products from 10 countries and imported them into the Drought Metadata Catalogue • Almost all countries use operational products for monitoring drought conditions; all countries have capacity to implement common set of drought indicators – a lot of different products are used due to historical reasons => it is difficult (and, in fact, we are not sure if it is also wise) to force implementation of common indicators
  12. 12. Conclusions and outlook • Significant amount of work remains to be done. • Logical next step would be continuation of integration of services to EDO MapViewer – At that time (besides regional DMCSEE products) only one product from Slovenia has been integrated fully into EDO MapViewer. • Further integration should be relatively easy, since main information (including links to products) is already available. – However for integration purposes additional work effort and specific expertise (GIS/IT) should be planned
  13. 13. Conclusions and outlook • EDO has proved to be an appropriate platform for exchange of data, relevant for drought analysis in Europe • Remaining questions – Is EDO prepared for integration of new data, specially national drought monitoring and early warning indicators from eastern and south-eastern Europe – Legal requirements for cooperation (bilateral/multilateral agreement?) – Future EDO strategy

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