European advances on climate services for coasts and seas

ECLISEA

Project timeline
Start:
September 2017
Duration:
36 months
End:
August 2020
General Information
ECLISEA aims to advance coastal climate science concerning sea surface dynamics over the European coasts and seas. Focused on (i) developing new data and climate information by supporting harmonized analysis at a consistent European scale, (ii) the research on climate variability, predictability and long-term projections, and (iii) the investigation of the complexity and uncertainties of impact models on the coastal region and shelf seas, ECLISEA proposes an integral research plan with the review of stakeholders needs and the development of a user-friendly and on-line open European prototype of a coastal climate service. Characterization and change of extreme met-ocean conditions or the assessment of uncertainties of regional mean sea level rise from the historical and future perspectives are considered, as well as wind-waves and storm surge climate predictability from seasonal to decadal time scales. The project will produce a set of recommendations and best practices about coastal climate and coastal impact aspects, a European data infrastructure with its atlas viewer, and several models, methods and tools that will be useful for a variety of stakeholder sectors.
HZG leads the work package entitled “Review of existing data sets and stakeholder needs”. The project is funded in the frame of the Horizon 2020 ERANET ERA4CS (European Research Area for Climate Services).
EU-Programme Acronym and Subprogramme AreaH2020 ERANET ERA4CS
Project TypeERANET ERA4CS project
Co-ordinatorUniversidad de Cantabria (ES)
Funding for the Project (€) Funding for HZG (€)
935,000218,510
Contact Person at HZG Dr. Insa Meinke, Institute of Coastal Research, North German Climate Office, Phone: +49 4152 87 1868 and Dr. Ralf Weisse, Institute of Coastal Research, KSA, Phone: +49 4152 87 2819
E-mail contact
Worldwide Europe

Participants
Bureau De Recherches Geologiques Et Minieres (FR), Laboratoire d’Etudes en Géophysique et Océanographie Spatiale (FR), National Centre for Scientific Research "Demokritos" (GR), Universidad de Cantabria (ES)
Last Update: 10. November 2017