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ICT Field 1.3
Monitoring Systems

Programmes assigned to this field

APPRAISE Aerosol Properties, Processes And Influences on the Earth's climate (Aerosol Properties, Processes And Influences on the Earth's climate)
Core Objectives To achieve its overall objectives, add value to the consortia activities and provide a strategic vision for aerosols research, (...)
Core Objectives
To achieve its overall objectives, add value to the consortia activities and provide a strategic vision for aerosols research, APPRAISE will seek to fund several key scientific areas that provide underpinning science to the programme. The activities have been targeted such that they will facilitate and assist more than one of the consortia. Details of the rationale and targets of each of these areas can be found in Appendix 2 of the Science Plan (see Resources).
The key objectives of the elements of the core programme are outlined below:
Formation Pathways and Properties of Organic Aerosols
Main deliverables:
An improved description of secondary organic aerosol production
A framework for assessing its role in the behaviour of mixed component aerosol
Improved Representation and Validation of the Radiative Properties and Impacts of Aerosols and Clouds
Main deliverables:
A community radiative transfer model that can be both simplified or made more complex and so be incorporated into a wide range of aerosol models, and an assessment of the quality of the required inputs.
Provision of aerosol optical depth, size distribution and refractive index such as is already available from the development/enhancement of existing sunphotometer measurements in the UK.
A database of aerosol products including aerosol optical depth, aerosol Angstrom coefficients, aerosol size distributions, and single scattering albedo, and similar products for specific FAAM aircraft operations/dedicated aerosol measurement campaigns.
Development of a Global Model to Investigate Key Aerosol and Cloud Processes
Main deliverables:
A global aerosol model that is capable of (i) carrying the main aerosol types, (ii) deal with complex mixing states and (iii) act as a key stage in the hierarchical testing of aerosol processes in APPRAISE.
Coordination of the development of the hierarchical model development, interfacing with other modelling effort in the UK.
Improved Coupling of In Situ Cloud Measurements with Novel Model Schemes
Main deliverables:
Improved treatment of cloud/aerosol interactions in cloud resolving models including explicit aerosol and cloud microphysics that is based on an improved knowledge of the interaction of clouds and aerosol especially mixed phase clouds
United Kingdom Details
ACES Antarctic Climate and Earth Systems (Antarctic Climate and Earth Systems)
Objectives: Understand the interactions between atmosphere, sea-ice and ocean at high southern latitudes Develop models to aid our understanding (...)
Objectives:
Understand the interactions between atmosphere, sea-ice and ocean at high southern latitudes
Develop models to aid our understanding of Antarctic regional processes and enable us to represent essential regional phenomena in global models covering both the atmosphere and the ocean
Determine the nature and influence of the principal connections between Antarctica and the global climate system
Determine the importance of water masses of Antarctic origin in the global ocean circulation
Determine the sensitivity of the global climate system to processes occurring or originating in the Antarctic
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MONTABIO Complex monitoring system for analytical detection and biological evaluation of soil micropollutants for a sustainable environment (Komplex monitoring rendszer összeállítása talaj-mikroszennyezők analitikai kimutatására és biológiai értékelésére a fenntartható környezetért)
The objective of this project is to develop a soil contamination monitoring system capable of complex survey of typical soil contaminants using (...)
The objective of this project is to develop a soil contamination monitoring system capable of complex survey of typical soil contaminants using up-to-date sampling and measurement techniques, and therefore, eliminating environmental protection and environmental analytical limitations due to the agricultural focus of the presently functioning Soil Protection and Monitoring Information System.
Hungary Details
KEWA Cooperative Development of Economical Applications for the Environment, Transport and Adjacent Fields in New Administrative Structures (Kooperative Entwicklung wirtschaftlicher Anwendungen für Umwelt, Verkehr und benachbarte Bereiche in neuen Verwaltungsstrukturen)
KEWA R&D Project Cooperative development of economic applications for the environment, transport, and adjacent fields in new administrative (...)

KEWA R&D Project
Cooperative development of economic applications for the environment, transport, and adjacent fields in new administrative structures.

Phase I – 2005 / 2006, see KEWA I
Phase II – 2006 / 2007, see KEWA II
Phase III – 2007 / 2008, see KEWA III
Phase IV – 2008 / 2009, see KEWA IV
Phase V  - 2009 / 2010, see KEWA V
Phase VI  - 2010 / 2011, see KEWA VI

A modern public administration also has to be economically efficient. The quality of IT use and online supply of administrative services are location factors. Consequently, the Federal Republic of Germany, the federal states, and municipalities have agreed on the pan-German e-government strategy “Deutschland-Online”. The environmental information system Baden-Württemberg has been providing information services relating to the environment on the internet for ten years already. With its portals to environmental and geological expert data of the state, the environmental information system decisively contributes to meeting the requirements outlined in the State Environmental Information Act.

By the further development of the service-oriented architecture to a standardized web service infrastructure, individual selection and access functions are integrated flexibly in environments on the internet and state intranet. Employees of the environmental administration and interested citizens are granted access to web offers specially tailored to these target groups. Knowledge of the local and specific responsibilities of the authorities is not required. In this way, environmental information can be collected specifically via the e-government’s online services.

Together with other customers, Baden-Württemberg started the R&D project KEWA (Cooperative Development of Economic Applications for the Environment and Transport in New Administrative Structures) in 2005.

 Quelle: R. Mayer-Föll, A. Keitel, W. Geiger (Hrsg.); F+E-Vorhaben KEWA, Kooperative Entwicklung wirtschaftlicher Anwendung für Umwelt und Verkehr in neuen Verwaltungsstrukturen, Phase I 2005/06, Wissenschaftliche Berichte FZKA 7250, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe GmbH.

Dokument: kewa1-gesamt-druck.pdf
URL:  http://www.fachdokumente.lubw.baden-wuerttemberg.de

Germany Details
KEWA III Cooperative Development of Economical Applications for the Environment, Transport and Adjacent Fields in New Administrative Structures (Phase III) (Kooperative Entwicklung wirtschaftlicher Anwendungen für Umwelt, Verkehr und benachbarte Bereiche in neuen Verwaltungsstrukturen, Phase III)
see superordinate programme KEWA (...)
see superordinate programme KEWA
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KEWA IV Cooperative Development of Economical Applications for the Environment, Transport and Adjacent Fields in New Administrative Structures (Phase IV) (Kooperative Entwicklung wirtschaftlicher Anwendungen für Umwelt, Verkehr und benachbarte Bereiche in neuen Verwaltungsstrukturen, Phase IV)
see superordinate programme KEWA (...)
see superordinate programme KEWA
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KEWA VI Cooperative Development of Economical Applications for the Environment, Transport and Adjacent Fields in New Administrative Structures (Phase VI) (Kooperative Entwicklung wirtschaftlicher Anwendungen für Umwelt, Verkehr und benachbarte Bereiche in neuen Verwaltungsstrukturen, Phase VI)
see superordinate programme KEWA (...)
see superordinate programme KEWA
Germany Details
  Earth Observation Mission Support (Earth Observation Mission Support)
NERC EO Mission Support Scheme, which replaces the EO Enabling Fund, has been created to support various aspects of satellite missions, including (...)
NERC EO Mission Support Scheme, which replaces the EO Enabling Fund, has been created to support various aspects of satellite missions, including both pre and post launch mission support.
Earth Observation (EO) data provide an unique tool to assess global measurements of physical, chemical and biological processes in the atmosphere, cryosphere, oceans, land surface and the solid Earth. They play an increasingly important role in delivering NERC's scientific objectives as identified in its science strategy.
United Kingdom Details
EMMA Environmental Mapping and Monitoring with Airborn laser and digital images (laserskanning och digitala flygbilder för miljöövervakning och vegetationskartering, såväl på land som i havet)
In the research programme EMMA, automated and semi-automated methods will be developed for aquatic and terrestrial environmental monitoring and (...)
In the research programme EMMA, automated and semi-automated methods will be developed for aquatic and terrestrial environmental monitoring and mapping, using laser scanning and digital aerial images. Major improvements for the assessment of ecosystem status are expected to be achieved through integration of the new data and in situ reference measurements. Among the applications that will be developed is the semi-automated mapping and change detection of shallow sea floors, where the laser scanner will provide depth data and data related to aquatic habitats, as well as data for calibration of the aerial photos. This would be a great advancement for making optical images of the sea bottom usable for automated classification. Other applications are semi-automated terrestrial vegetation mapping over large areas and development of methods for objective monitoring of vegetation changes, which can be of interest for monitoring the arctic tree-line ecotone, or monitoring over-growth in protected grasslands, to name a few examples.
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EMS Environmental Mathematics & Statistics (Environmental Mathematics & Statistics)
Objectives: The programme aimed to: produce more life and environmental scientists who are able to use mathematical, statistical and modelling (...)

Objectives:
The programme aimed to:

produce more life and environmental scientists who are able to use mathematical, statistical and modelling techniques when addressing environmental problems

produce more mathematicians who are working on life science or environmental problems, or devising tools and methods for them.

make mathematicians and statisticians familiar with the practicalities of environmental investigations and

give environmental scientists sufficient understanding of the power (and limitations) of leading-edge mathematical and statistical methodologies, so as to facilitate effective collaborations when tackling environmental issues and devising new approaches to currently insoluble problems

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Projects assigned to this field

ALARM Adaptive Solutions in active technical Support of Saving Human Life (ALARM - Adaptive Lösungsplattform zur Aktiven technischen Unterstützung beim Retten von Menschenleben )
To confront the scarcity of personal and material which is characteristic for disaster situations, a comprehensive data acquisition and utilisation (...)
To confront the scarcity of personal and material which is characteristic for disaster situations, a comprehensive data acquisition and utilisation concept will be developed.

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ADRICOSM-STAR ADRICOSM integrated river basin and coastal zone management system: Montenegro coaSTal ARea and Bojana river catchment
  The ADRICOSM Partnership was launched as a Type II Initiative at the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) in Johannesburg in (...)
 
The ADRICOSM Partnership was launched as a Type II Initiative at the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) in Johannesburg in September 2002, after the Italian Ministry of Territory, Land and Sea had launched ADRICOSM Pilot Project October 2001, within the Adriatic Ionian Initiative
The Partnership aims are:
•efficiently organize, evaluate and coordinate multinational research, development and implementation programs, which can advance the understanding, monitoring and predictive capabilities in the Adriatic Sea area for the establishment of integrated coastal areas and river basin management systems
•consolidate the monitoring and prediction system by involving a large range of intermediate and end users of the research products.
Beside ADRICOSM Pilot Project, 4 more projects have been funded within this framework, and the last of them is ADRICOSM-STAR, within which an Information Management System – the Adricosm-Star GeoPortal - has been implemented in order to
•provide basic services to ADRICOSM STAR partners and users (such as data exchange, data discovery, data viewing, etc..)
•highlight partners products and services through dedicated products’ catalogues
•start the implementation of an INSPIRE compliant Information System (based on discovery service, viewing service, downloading service, transformation service).
 
Italy Details
Change Detection Automatic Detection of Changes in Satellite Image Series (Automatische Erkennung von Veränderungen in Satellitenbilddatenreihen)
Plötzliche Veränderungen, die durch Naturkatastrophen oder andere Zerstörungen hervorgerufen werden, stehen im Fokus des Projektes«, so Prof. Ehlers. (...)
Plötzliche Veränderungen, die durch Naturkatastrophen oder andere Zerstörungen hervorgerufen werden, stehen im Fokus des Projektes«, so Prof. Ehlers. »Besonders Einsatzkräfte, die in Krisengebiete geschickt werden, haben großes Interesse daran, schnell und zuverlässig zu erfahren, wo im Zielgebiet die größten Veränderungen zu finden sind«, ergänzt Prof. Michel. »Hierdurch lässt sich wertvolle Zeit für Bergungsarbeiten gewinnen«. Die Wissenschaftler entwickeln derzeit gemeinsam neue Software zur Auswertung von Satellitenbildern. Diese sollen über eine Kombination von Algorithmen, die Form, Farbe und Texturen von Bildobjekten berücksichtigen, Umwelt- und Naturveränderungen automatisch anzeigen.
Germany Details
BodenseeOnline BodenseeOnline - Online Information System for the Management of Lakes using the Example of Lake of Constance (BodenseeOnline - Online Informationssystem für das Management von Seen am Beispiel des Bodensees)
With Lake Constance being used as an example (Upper Lake, i.e. main basin and Lake Überlingen), an online information system is being developed for (...)
With Lake Constance being used as an example (Upper Lake, i.e. main basin and Lake Überlingen), an online information system is being developed for the management of lakes and for the support of water management decisions relating to integrated water protection and accident prevention. The online information system describes, quantifies, and predicts anthropogenic impacts with the help of numerical models.

Source: http://www.bodenseeonline.de/

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UFO - Flugroutenoptimierung Environmental Compatible Flight Route Optimization (Verminderung von Kondensstreifen durch Flugroutenoptimierung)
Contrails and contrail cirrus are anthropogenic clouds. In the same way as natural clouds they have an impact on the earth radiation budget. If the (...)
Contrails and contrail cirrus are anthropogenic clouds. In the same way as natural clouds they have an impact on the earth radiation budget. If the ambient air is cold and moist enough, contrails are triggered by high flying aircrafts. According to the actual state of knowledge they account for 2 - 3% of the total anthropogenic warming. A contrail might be warming or cooling the earth-atmosphere system depending on the position of the sun, the surface properties and the state of the atmosphere. Only in limited areas temperature and water vapour content are favourable for the formation of contrails. Their life-time and spreading into cirrus decks are controlled by the atmospheric dynamics. Mainly at night, but also over bright surfaces or low clouds, contrails are warming. The basic idea of this project is to use weather forecast data in order to identify those regions which could lead to strongly warming contrails. This information will be included into the already existing routines for flight route optimisation to avoid those areas and flight levels if feasible. Within this project the feasibility and practicability of such an optimisation will be studied taking special care of the safety aspects and the cost effectiveness.

Kondensstreifen und die daraus entstehenden Zirren greifen als anthropogene Wolken in den Strahlungshaushalt der Atmosphäre ein. Sie können von hochfliegenden Flugzeugen ausgelöst werden, sobald die Umgebungsluft kalt und feucht genug ist. Nach dem derzeitigen Wissensstand tragen sie mit ca. 2 bis 3 Prozent zum gesamten anthropogenen Treibhauseffekt bei. Ob ein Kondensstreifen erwärmend oder abkühlend wirkt, hängt im Einzelfall vom Sonnenstand, Ort und Zustand der Atmosphäre ab. Die Bedingungen zur Entstehung von Kondensstreifen sind nur in begrenzten Gebieten gegeben, ihre Ausbreitung und Lebensdauer wird durch die Dynamik der Atmosphäre bestimmt. Erwärmend wirken Kondensstreifen vor allem nachts, aber auch über hellem Untergrund und über niedrigen Wolken. Die grundlegende Idee dieses Vorhabens ist es, schon bei der Optimierung von Flugrouten kondensstreifenträchtige Gebiete dann zu vermeiden, wenn eine starke, erwärmende Strahlungswirkung zu erwarten ist, um so die Klimawirkung des Luftverkehrs zu reduzieren. Dazu wird die Strahlungswirkung potenzieller Kondensstreifen auf der Datengrundlage von Wettervorhersagemodellen abgeschätzt und als zusätzliches Kriterium in die Flugplanung eingeführt. In diesem Verbundprojekt wird die Durchführbarkeit dieser Optimierung unter Berücksichtigung der Sicherheitsaspekte, der Wirtschaftlichkeit und des Nutzens für das globale Klima bewertet.

Source: http://www.klimazwei.de/ProjektezumKlimaschutz/Projekt%C3%BCbersicht/Flugroutenoptimierung/tabid/96/language/en-US/language/de-DE/Default.aspx?en-US=Default.aspx&de-DE=Default.aspx
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FIRE PARADOX FIRE PARADOX - An innovative and integrated approach to wildland fire management (FIRE PARADOX)
Fire risk in the Mediterranean is increased exponentially as a result of fuel accumulation in the landscape because of land abandonment and the (...)
Fire risk in the Mediterranean is increased exponentially as a result of fuel accumulation in the landscape because of land abandonment and the implementation of fire exclusion policies. The project will have a significant impact on European forestry policy in general.

The systematic implementation of global fire exclusion in Europe, followed North America in the realization that this policy resulted in an increase in fire risk as a result of protected, accumulating, biomass.

Based on the experience of a few prescribed burning practitioners and the result of fire-ecological research conducted in the past, the key-objective of this project is to develop new fire management policies adapted for European-use, to reduce forest fire risk. The vision of Fire Paradox participants will be (through their R&D contribution) to develop concrete and operation-viable solutions to the fire problem with regard to the social, economic and ecological impact on high intensity fires, such as the recently-experienced wildfires in Portugal, Spain and France in 2003 and 2005.
Portugal Details
  Geomatics to support land government actions (La Geomatica a supporto delle azioni di Governo del Territorio )
The project aims at obtaining results and products for public structures and bodies to let them know and manage their territory, by offering not only (...)
The project aims at obtaining results and products for public structures and bodies to let them know and manage their territory, by offering not only technical solutions but also procedures, standards and certification systems. Results are fruit of researches involving innovative aspects of Geomatics, i.e. GNSS, Laser Scanning, remote sensing, GIS.
Objectives of the projects are: interoperability of reference systems; tsting of low cost systems for building monitoring through a network of GPS/GNSS receivers.
Italy Details
Urban energetic control system Intelligent approach to energetic system control of urban agglomeration. (Inteligentní systém pro řízení energetického systému městské aglomerace.)
The aim of the project is a design of a modular intelligent control system for energetic networks of urban agglomerations and the implementation of (...)
The aim of the project is a design of a modular intelligent control system for energetic networks of urban agglomerations and the implementation of its basic parts. The developed system enables continuous control of heat or electric distribution in a urban agglomeration with respect to climatic conditions and operational states of particular energetic sources. The project results will ensure an increased efficiency in energetic system operations with minimization of additional demands put on operators.The final outputs are obtained through principles of intelligent control theory.
Czech Republic Details
AQMS National Air Quality Monitoring System (Ulusal Hava Kalitesi İzleme Ağı )
 In 2004, MoEF contracted for establishment of air quality measurement stations in 36 provinces. (completed in 2005) In 2006 a second contract (...)
 In 2004, MoEF contracted for establishment of air quality measurement stations in 36 provinces. (completed in 2005)

In 2006 a second contract was accepted for establishment of air quality measurement stations in remaining 45 provinces. (completed in 2007)

mobile station that belong to MoEF was integrated in the system in 2006.

In addition to the stations that were established by MoEF, 10 stations from Istanbul Municipality, 4 stations from Izmir Municipality and 8 stations that belongs to MoH in Ankara were integrated to the system. 8 stations in Ankara will be transferred to MoEF from MoH, in terms of a protocol between them.

Today a total of 116 stations are available in the system. Also 3 mobile stations are in use for the demands of the provinces to measure air quality for limited time duration.

Data that are obtained from the stations are sent via GSM modems to the server which is placed in Environment Reference Laboratory and to the data collector computers which are placed in each Provincial Unit of MoEF in provinces. The data are sent through a closed network (VPN).

Mentioned air quality measurement data are verified in Environment Reference Laboratory server. After the verification, the data are published on web site; www.havaizleme.gov.tr. In addition mobil.havaizleme.gov.tr  address is active to monitor  the stations’ measurement data. The site can be reached with the cell phones which supports internet applications.
Turkey Details
PSE-CO2 PSE-CO2: Advanced processes of generation, sequestration and storage of CO2 (Tecnologías avanzadas de generación, captura y almacenamiento de CO2)
CO2 storage in geological structures has been suggested as a possible solution for reducing the emissions of this gas at short term. Geologic (...)

CO2 storage in geological structures has been suggested as a possible solution for reducing the emissions of this gas at short term. Geologic sequestration of CO2 can be accomplished by separating CO2 from flue gases and subsequently injecting it into a variety of storage reservoirs, including brine aquifers, producing or depleted oil and gas reservoirs and coal beds.

The PSE project is devoted to the injection of CO2 in deep saline aquifers, although a great part of the developments can be also applied to other geological formations. The main objective of the PSE project is to get a protocol and plan for the exploration and use of potential CO2 storage geological sites. Three fundamental research lines has been established on this context:

a) Study of analogue processes. Nature often reproduces the anthropogenic processes very well. The study of these processes (analogy study) provides data that are relevant when applied to certain activities. In the context of geological storage, there are natural reservoirs of CO2 that reproduce two fundamental scenarios: the storage and the leak. Studying these two processes can help to understand the behavior of CO2 within the subsoil and the detection of leaks. On the other hand, other industrial projects are developing techniques and materials that are very similar to those needed in the CO2 geological storage. This could be considered as a starting point in the definition of the technical specifications involved in an injection test.

b) Modeling and simulation. There are four fundamental factors that should be considered to reproduce the processes arising from the CO2 geological storage: thermal, hydrodynamic, mechanical and geochemical. The coupling of these phenomena is essential in order to properly simulate the injection of CO2. Another important factor to get accurate simulations is a properly geometrical and physical descriptions of the potential storage sites.

c) Methodological development. The capacity and physical properties of a given geological formation are not the only factors in the assessment of its performance as a feasible storage site. There are also some engineering issues that must be taken into account, regarding with the transport and injection operations, as well as the monitoring and control stages. Accordingly, it is necessary to describe the various known tools and specifications to complete the methodologies proposed during previous years.

Depending on the storage reservoir of interest and the composition of the waste gas stream (pure CO2 vs. mixtures of CO2 with other gases), injection of CO2 in geologic formations may give rise to a number of physical and chemical phenomena, such as miscible or immiscible displacement of native fluids, dissolution of injected fluids into reservoir fluids, changes in effective stress with associated porosity and permeability change and the possibility of inducing seismic activity, chemical interactions between fluids and solids, and nonisothermal effects. Key issues arising in process simulation include (i) thermodynamics of sub- and supercritical CO2, and equations of state of mixtures of CO2 with other fluids, including (saline) water, oil, and natural gas; (ii) fluid mechanics of single and multi-phase flow when CO2 is injected into aquifers, oil reservoirs, and natural gas reservoirs; (iii) coupled hydro-chemical effects due to interactions between CO2, reservoir fluids, and primary mineral assemblages; and (iv) coupled hydromechanical effects, such as porosity and permeability change due to increased fluid pressures from CO2 injection; (v) effects of spatial discretization and schemes of integration in time.

There are five fundamental aspects dealing with the CO2 sequestration that are studied by our group in the PSE project:

1) Understand how to transport, separate, purify and, in general, manage the CO2 at the surface and how to inject it.

2) CO2-rich phase flow behavior within the geological site, and how to ensure the isolation at long term.

3) Trapping mechanism of CO2 by dissolution in the aqueous phase, (i.e., bicarbonate and carbonic acid).

4) Interaction between the aqueous solutes and minerals, as well as the capacity of the medium to neutralize the solution and mineralize the CO2 (mineral trapping mechanism).

5) Coupled hydromechanical effects, such as changes in porosity and permeability caused by the fluid pressures due to CO2 injection.

The study of these issues has been divided into four research lines, called: PHASECO2, MIXING, REACTION and HYDROMECHANICAL. The advances of our group involve, on one hand, code development to model and simulate generic situations and case studies. PROOST and CHEPROO codes are the main tools involved in this task. On the other hand, our group is looking into the phenomena related to the establishment of the convective regime, which favors mixing process and thus increments the rates at which CO2 is stored in the aquifer. We also have developed analytical solutions describing the dynamic of the interface between the CO2 and the resident fluid during the injection at supercritical conditions into a deep aquifer. In addition, we study the impact of media heterogeneity (intrinsic permeability) and the injection rate on the dispersion of the interface between the CO2-rich and aqueous phases.

 
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