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Fourth IDMP CEE workshop: European Drought Observatory (EDO) by Fabio Micale

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Fourth IDMP CEE workshop: European Drought Observatory (EDO) by Fabio Micale

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Fourth IDMP CEE workshop: European Drought Observatory (EDO) by Fabio Micale

  1. 1. European Drought Observatory (EDO) Jürgen Vogt and the EDO Team juergen.vogt@jrc.ec.euroa.eu European Commission - Joint Research Centre (JRC) Institute for Environment and Sustainability (IES) Climate Risk Management Unit (CRM)
  2. 2. Communication on Water Scarcity and Drought yearly aggregated drought indicators yearly water scarcity indicators EDO JRC European Reporting and Information System (WISE) WISE EEA Global Drought Monitoring System NetworkNetwork COM(2007)414Final European Drought Observatory Water Information System for EU
  3. 3. Water Information System for Europe (WISE) European Drought Observatory (EDO) European Drought Observatory (EDO) Multi-scale on-line Monitoring System (European, Regional, National, RB) Drought risk analysis Drought monitoring and assessment Drought forecasting Drought indices (meteorological, pedological, hydrological) Near real-time modelling Analysis of Climate Change impact Network of JRC, Regional Centres, MS, River Basin authorities, … Analysis of environmental impact (e.g. soil degradation, desertification) Water Information System for Europe (WISE) Yearly (seasonal?) Reporting (European, National, River Basin District) Indicator Reports Analysis of water scarcity (socio-economic vulnerability) Analysis of socio-economic and environmental impact Drought Management Plans (preparedness and mitigation)
  4. 4. The European Drought Observatory (EDO) http://edo/jrc.ec.europa.eu EDO: • Internet-based tool • provides different types of information and tools • at multiple scales • through multiple indicators, including high level indicators targeted to decision makers
  5. 5. 8 Multi-scale approach that integrates drought information from various scales Interoperability of drought information systems is required ! Multi-Scale Approach  Continental  sub-continental & national  regional and local (RB)
  6. 6. 9 Multi-Scale Approach & Catalogue 9
  7. 7. 10 Multi-Scale Approach & Catalogue 10
  8. 8. 11 Multi-Scale Approach & Catalogue 11
  9. 9. 12 Multi-Scale Approach & Catalogue 12
  10. 10. 13 Multi-Scale Approach & Catalogue 13
  11. 11. 14 Drought Metadata Catalogue Open details on this metadata See the metadata bounding box on the map below Download the metadata XML document See the layer/service described by the metadata as temporary layer in EDO MapViewer
  12. 12. How to join EDO 1629 April 2015
  13. 13. Publish services* WMS WFS WCS CSW WPS Write XML document(s) with metadata on your data and services Create and maintain data and services Registering permanent layers and/or services in EDO MapViewer(s)* Upload XML document(s) onto the Drought Metadata Catalogue Use How to join EDO More details in: GWP-CEE_implementation_guide_final_0.6 http://edo.jrc.ec.europa.eu/documents/Guidelines_Drought_IOC_Nov2011_draft3.pdf Steps to join EDO * optional steps
  14. 14. 18 How to join EDO Drought Metadata Catalogue Allows to share different types of information:  scientific and/or geographical data (raster or vector),  documents (field reports, bulletins, etc.),  web pages, or web services (e.g. mapping services or data delivery services). Different free or commercial software products are available for composing metadata XML files. The most suitable for EDO Drought Metadata Catalogue are: - CatMDEdit (http://catmdedit.sourceforge.net/, free software product) - INSPIRE Metadata Editor (http://inspire-geoportal.ec.europa.eu/editor/, free on-line tool). Provide an XML document containing at least the mandatory fields to ensure ISO (19115, 19119, 19139) and INSPIRE compliancy.
  15. 15. 19 How to join EDO Drought Metadata Catalogue Ask EDO team to upload your XML document(s) It will be immediately available in the Drought Metadata Catalogue
  16. 16. 20 How to join EDO Web Map Service (WMS) If the metadata entry refers to a WMS (Web Map Service), used to deliver maps (images), it can be temporarily displayed in the EDO MapViewer clicking the button in the result row When you reset or close the MapViewer, the WMS is removed and you need to re-load it from the Drought Metadata Catalogue
  17. 17. How to join EDO Web Map Service (WMS) If you want to promote your data via WMS, you can also ask EDO team to register into the MapViewer one or more of your layers as permanent layers Once registered, you can see your layer(s) as one of the EDO layers with legend, description and time selection options if needed The layer is always available in the MapViewer’s Table of Contents, without the need to select it from the Drought Metadata Catalogue
  18. 18. How to join EDO WFS & WCS If you have a WFS (Web Feature Service) to deliver vector data or a WCS (Web Coverage Service) to deliver raster data, you can ask EDO team to insert a link to your service
  19. 19. 23 Take-Away Points Key Points: • EDO is implemented as a multi-scale distributed system based on interoperable map servers. • Core indicators are implemented at all scales. They are complemented by regionally relevant indicators. • Continuous stakeholder involvement ensures both sound results and the acceptance of the system. Next Steps: • Increase the number of indicators at European level. • Enlarge the number of interoperable observatories. • Improve medium to long-range forecasting • Hazard & risk analysis (incl. CC scenarios) http://edo/jrc.ec.europa.eu

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