Harmonization in the Joint European Research Infrastructure Network for Coastal Observatories -JERICO

Type Proceedings paper
Date 2015-11
Language English
Other localization http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=7404554&isnumber=7401802
Author(s) Petihakis George1, Petersen Wilhelm2, Nair Rajesh3, Faimali Marco4, Pavanello Giovanni4, Boukerma KadaORCID5, Delauney LaurentORCID5, Puillat IngridORCID5, Farcy Patrick5, Greenwood Naomi6
Affiliation(s) 1 : Hellenic Centre for Marine Research - HCMR Heraklion Crete, Greece
2 : Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht - HZG Geesthacht, Germany
3 : Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale - OGS Sgonico (Trieste), Italy
4 : Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche – CNR ISMAR Genova, Italy
5 : Institut Français de Recherche pour l’Exploitation de la Mer - IFREMER Plouzané, Brest, France
6 : Cefas Lowestoft, UK
Meeting OCEANS'15 MTS/ IEEE. 18-21 May 2015, Washington, DC, USA
Source OCEANS'15 MTS/IEEE Washington Proceedings. Systems and Observatories 2. pp.1-8
DOI 10.23919/OCEANS.2015.7404554
Note http://oceans15mtsieeewashington.org/
Keyword(s) coastal observatories, harmonization, biofouling, calibration, JERICO
Abstract The JERICO European research infrastructure (RI) is integrating diverse platform types such as fixed buoys, piles, moorings, drifters, FerryBoxes, gliders, HF radars, coastal cable observatories and the associated technologies dedicated to observe and monitor coastal European seas. The first steps of setting up, coordination and harmonization were done during 2011 to 2015 in the framework of FP7-JERICO (www.jerico-fp7.eu), a 4-year long infrastructure project co-funded by the European Commission with 27 partners from 17 European countries under the coordination of IFREMER. Next steps are driven in the H2020-JERICO-NEXT European project until 2019, involving 33 partners. The main objective of the JERICO consortium is to establish a Pan European approach for a European coastal marine observatory network. This is a dynamic activity going beyond a project’s lifetime including continuous efforts towards harmonization in terms of design, operation, and maintenance, the evolution and extension of the current systems as well as the delivery of data and products to the users. Our scope here is to present the work done towards the harmonization of operation and maintenance methods, in FP7-JERICO and the next steps in JERICO-NEXT. As a starting point of harmonization assessment, the priority was given to the most pressing issues like calibration and biofouling, while it is the first time that a Best Practice report on all phases of the system from first installation to operation and maintenance is attempted adopting a platform based approach.
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Petihakis George, Petersen Wilhelm, Nair Rajesh, Faimali Marco, Pavanello Giovanni, Boukerma Kada, Delauney Laurent, Puillat Ingrid, Farcy Patrick, Greenwood Naomi (2015). Harmonization in the Joint European Research Infrastructure Network for Coastal Observatories -JERICO. OCEANS'15 MTS/IEEE Washington Proceedings. Systems and Observatories 2. pp.1-8. https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00295/40665/