Coastal Resilience and Operational Services Demonstrator
- Leader: United Kingdom Research and Innovation; Co-leader: Puertos de L’Estado
Partners: Fondazione Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici (CMCC), Ove Arup & Partners International Limited, Nologin Consulting, S.L., Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, The Chancellor Masters and Scholars of the University of Cambridge
WP5 advances the collection, quality control, interpretation and use of sea level data. This will lead to new sea level and climate services. WP5 develops a consistent approach for combining sparse tide gauge data with satellite altimetry in order to deliver a spatially complete picture of sea level changes.
WP5 creates an integrated set of tools and measuring instruments as an operational service to a city and the adjacent port in order to minimize risks and improve environmental management. High-resolution operational forecast systems for wave, sea level, sea surface temperature, and circulation will be developed at all test sites.
WP5 will prototype a multi-parametric monitoring station, model the interactions between sea level hazards, economic activity and risk, by developing prototype scenario planning and visualization tools, an implement these at the pilot sites in Barcelona, Taranto and Alexandria.
|Task||Sub task||Title||Task leader|
|Task 5.0||Coordination||Kevin Horsburgh|
|Task 5.1||Subtask 5.1.1||Low cost and maintenance free tide gauges||Angela Hibbert|
|Task 5.1||Subtask 5.1.2||Optimization of combined tide gauge data and satellite altimetry||Francisco Mir Calafat|
|Task 5.1||Subtask 5.1.3||Data-driven modelling and visualization for sea level guidance||Tom Spencer|
|Task 5.2||Subtask 5.2.1||Model downscaling||Manuel Espino|
|Task 5.2||Subtask 5.2.2||Instrumentation deployment at test sites||Angela Hibbert|
|Task 5.2||Subtask 5.2.3||OSPAC software development||Luís Ripolles|
|Task 5.2||Subtask 5.2.4||Demonstration of the tools at two European sites||Begoña Pérez Gómez|
|Task 5.2||Subtask 5.2.5||Demonstration of the tools at a non-European site||Enrique Alvarez Fanjul|