Meteorological and hydrological service of Croatia
Adriatic Marine Meteorological Center
(AMMC) contribution to WIGOS
implementation
(updated version)
WIS/WIGOS Marine Meteorological Center
for Adriatic Sea Area
by Dijana Klarić, Ivan Čačić, Krešo Pandžić
DCPC-AMMC Project Manager
[email protected]
RA VI – 16 11-17 September 2013, Helsinki
Adriatic Marine Meteorological Center
(AMMC) contribution to WIGOS
implementation
Outline
- Requirements for regional actions at Adriatic Sea
- AMMC WIS-DCPC /WIGOS role and main tasks
- WIGOS components (key activity areas):
 Collaboration with the WMO co-sponsored observing systems and
international partner organizations and programmes
 WIS/WIGOS for marine services
 Data Discovery, Access and Retrieval via WIS DCPC portal
 Design and planning and optimal evolution of WIGOS component:
Standardization, System Interoperability and Data Compatibility
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REPUBLIC OF CROATIA
MINISTRY OF MARITIME AFFAIRS, TRANSPORT AND
INFRASTRUCTURE
Maritime Safety Directorate
Safety of Navigation Division
Need for meteorological and oceanographical data and products for regional safety on Adriatic Sea
Area for:
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SEARCH AND RESCUE OPERATIONS (SAR)
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MARITIME OPERATIONAL SERVICES
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POLLUTION PREVENTION AND COMBATTING
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SOLAS- Safety of Life at Seas Convention products
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NON-SOLAS VESSELS  NAUTICAL TOURISM (MEETING THE NEEDS)
Dissemination of Meteorological Forecasts and Warnings for the High Seas under the Global
Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS). applies also to ships below 150 gross tonnage on
any voyage and to cargo ships less than 500 gross tonnage on international voyages and to fishing
vessels
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SHARING “INTELIGENT “DATA AND EFFECTIVE DISSEMINATION
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IMPROVING INTEGRATED “picture” APPROACH
User requests
EC & Croatia March 2013
Croatian Maritime Strategy in the light of Croatia’s forthcoming accession to the
EU and for the planning horizon of 2013-2023.
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Requirements for regional actions
at Adriatic Sea
Croatia national actions ( from year 2006 - )
 National consensus for Sub Regional action on Marine Center by relevant meteo,
marine and oceanography services, institutes, Academia and civil and navy
authorities, Podstrana , 2006
National Meteorological and Hydrological Service
- scientific and operative cooperation
- national partnership for marine services
Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries
Croatian Hydrographic Institute
Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb
State Directorate on Resque and Protection
Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Transport and infrastructure
Croatian Navy
Plovput d.o.o. Split
Faculty of Maritime Studies, Universitiy of Split
Faculty of Maritime Studies, University of Rijeka
 Feasibility Study for the creation of a Specialised Marine Meteorological Centre
for Adriatic Sea, by first JCOMM co-president R.J.Shearman, 2008
- update of DHMZ services for marine purpose (24/7, cosier network, IT)
- establish WIS/DCPC entity under JCOMM
- update alerting system at high resolution scale: complementary to GMDSS (SOLAS)
WMO MMOP
WMO Marine Meteorology & Oceanography:
Objective and Scope
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To enhance the provision of marine meteorological and oceanographic
services by Members
– Producing operational marine/oceanographic forecasting
– Providing warning services
– Delivering marine climate products
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To coordinate, develop, and recommend standards and procedures for a fully
integrated marine observing, data management and services system, in
responding to the evolving needs of all users
– Safety at sea and in coastal area as priority
– Consider emerging requirements for other applications such as
sustainable coastal area management, disaster risk reduction, and
climate services for ocean-based economic, commercial and industrial
activities
– support climate research, detection and prediction of climate variability
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Adriatic Marine Meteorological Center
(AMMC)
RA VI WIS/WIGOS Workshop on Enhanced Marine Services for Adriatic Sea Area,
17-18 May 2012, Zagreb, Croatia
- WMO secretariat, RA VI office, CBS, WIS, JCOMM, in collaboration with DHMZ
NHMSs:
Bosnia and
Herzegovina
 Croatia
 Italy
 Montnegro
 Romania - observer
 Slovenia
•Zagreb Initiative agreement
( BIH, CRO, IT, MNE, SLO)
 to establish an Expert Team ,nominated by the WMO
PRs of the countries in the subregion, to conduct the follow-up activities including roadmap and action plan to
implement the functionality as described in the Concept Document.
accept the offer of Croatia, to implement WIS-DCPC / WIGOS Center
•Pilot Project for sub-regional cooperation in the provision of marine services
(WIGOS component) over Adriatic Sea area as a template for small
seaSeptember
/ gulf
RA /VIinner
– 16 11-17
2013, Helsinki
( e.g. Black Sea, Baltic Sea, Arabian Gulf )
WIS DCPC / WIGOS AMMC – Role cont. 1
To enable, enhance, and secure provision of affordable and cost effective joint service
(24/7/365) for the users of the marine meteorological and oceanographic information
(data and products) for the Adriatic sea area by
• Bringing together National Meteorological and Hydrological Services and their
partner organizations as are hydrographic, oceanographic, institutions and Academia
(e.g. universities) taking into account and respecting each others responsibilities and
mandates
• Inventory and utilization of existing marine
meteorological and oceanographic
infrastructure trough usage of common highly effective DCPC - WIS / WIGOS two way
communication system in order to
 realize standardized, centralized and comprehensive marine and oceanographic
information
 avoid duplications
 enforce NMHSs and partner organizations mission and increase their visibility
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WIS DCPC / WIGOS AMMC – Role
• Processing and quality management of marine meteorological and oceanographic
observations and products, including discovery metadata via WIS/DCPC System
• Initiating WIGOS implementation at marine and oceanographic observations, taking
into account the difference in practice and products
• Contributing in
common marine information system for wider user community (e.g.
maritime, traffic and risk management authorities, navy, coastal and marine enterprises,
media and tourism, public and private enterprises, interdisciplinary research community),
in particular for the
 production of operational marine/oceanographic forecasting
 provision of warning services according to WMO and JCOMM standards
 delivery climate services related to marine atmosphere, coastal and deep sea
AMMC scheme and link to WIS
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AMMC Members focal points (WIS NC)
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Define AMMC plans, legislation issues
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Coordinate national Expert Team
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Coordinate national Services, Institutes, Academia
for Adriatic Sea products (priorities: meteorological,
hydro, oceanographic products )
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Coordinate national distribution and retrieval actions
toward AMMC DCPC (WIS DAR)
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Provide meta data, products to AMMC
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AMMC DCPC virtual center
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Provide DCPC Portal and functionality
(maintenance of network, products, users, archive)
www.ammc.hr
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Provided link between AMMC and GISC Offenbach
for WIS/WIGOS marine , oceanographic services
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Provide operative Adriatic Sea area products to
WIS/WIGOS systems
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Maintain operative and near-real time Adriatic Sea
area products for public and scientific purposes
WMO WIS
• DCPC-AMMC Portal
- Installation, tests, adjustment and improvements of Geoportal SW
- Jump start WMO trainer
- establish ISO 19115 for discovery metadata (WMO and oceanography
interoperability)
- Implementation of SW for user access and validation
- Test of metadata templates for observations and products according WMO
standards ( descriptions, formats, authorization and data access, contacts)
- Implementation at DHMZ – 1 phase
- SW improvements and adjustments- desired functionality (in progress):
- for meta data editors
- for WIS synchronization with GISC in pull-push option
- for monitoring of DCPC products
- User info environment for DCPC partners, internal and external users
http://www.ammc.hr/info-DCPC.php
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WIS/WIGOS portal:
AMMC.hr
ALADIN meteorological model products
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WIS DCPC / WIGOS AMMC – Tasks
• DCPC-AMMC as Virtual international center, hosted by DHMZ
- operative retrieval and distribution of observations and products
with WIS/WIGOS responsibility and functionality
• Inventory of data and products for Adriatic Sea Area
- permanent Expert Team actions
• Operative Center at National Level for:
- Catalogue of methods, observations, products
- synthesized national measurements for Adriatic Sea Area as part
of National WIGOS Implementation Plan (N-WIP)
- ensuring the operative products and procedures for atmospheric
and oceanographic analyses and forecasts
in particular, for monitor and warning marine-related hazards
- “quality monitoring” of national products
- Support in sharing of IT and high performance computing
resources for operative and efficient daily marine products
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WIS DCPC / WIGOS AMMC – Action Plan
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Phase 1 (year 2013-2014) - assemble of the Partners data and products
trough DHMZ / WMO WEB portal :www.ammc.hr
 training of Partners
 assemble of data and products in the WIS
 registration of users
 monitoring of data and products and associated retrieval system (users access)
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WMO AMMC Expert Team activity
 development of Concept document on the AMMC performance
 cooperation agreements between Partners
 identify gaps of marine related observations, services and systems
 common applications to EU funds
 links with European projects on meteorology, hydrology, oceanography, ecology
 identify associated fields and partners in the future (e.g. marine chemistry, biology)
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Metorological and Hydrological Service of Croatia and transferee of knowledge
 Implementation AMMC achievements at other areas : Black Sea, Persian Gulf
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WIGOS component - integration of observation networks
Observations:
meteorological, hydrological and oceanographic networks (WMO, HYCOS, GOOS)
- following and updating the Rolling Review of Requirements (RRR) for marine
services
Planning and interactions :
- following REGIONAL WIGOS IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR RA VI
- contribute to JCOM M TT for Integration of Oceanographic services at
WIS/WIGOS system
- updates from National WIGOS Implementation Plans (N-WIP)
- WIGOS tools - Observing Systems Capability Analysis and Review tool (OSCAR)
- recognizing the gap of observations over Adriatic sea area
- Mediterranean and bilateral networks , like MedHYCOS, MOON
- SeaDataNet standards and practice
- cooperation with quality managements systems ( WMO QMS, EUCOS)
- implementation to WIS
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Thank you
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