The Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service (CMEMS) provides regular and systematic reference information on the physical and biogeochemical states (including sea-ice and sea state) of the global ocean and the European regional seas. This capacity encompasses the description of the current ocean state (analysis and near-real time observations), the prediction of the ocean state a few days ahead (forecast), and the provision of consistent retrospective data records for recent decades (reanalyses and reprocessed datasets). CMEMS provides a sustainable response to private and public user needs, for academic, operational and private-sector activities and to support policies. After a first phase during 2014-2020 (CMEMS1), the Copernicus Marine Service enters a new phase covering 2021-2027 (CMEMS2).
The session will first focus on main achievements of CMEMS1. This includes CMEMS activities on ocean modelling and coupling with other components of the climate system; data assimilation; processing of observations, impact and design of in-situ and satellite observing systems, data science; verification, validation and uncertainty estimates of CMEMS products; monitoring and long-term assessment of the ocean physical and biogeochemical states. Presentations dealing with the use and impact of CMEMS products for downstream applications (including support to policies and directives) are also welcome.
The session will also address research activities that are required to maintain a state-of-the-art and user responsive CMEMS and prepare CMEMS long-term evolutions in CMEMS2: pan-European coastal zone monitoring, coupling with coastal systems and rivers, marine biology including higher trophic level modelling, Arctic ocean monitoring and forecasting and uptake of future Sentinel missions, air/sea CO2 fluxes and carbon uptake, long-term regional ocean projections both for physics and biogeochemistry, digital oceans, big data and data science (AI, machine learning, etc).
Presentations are not limited to research teams directly involved in CMEMS and participation from external teams is strongly encouraged (e.g. from H2020 projects relevant to CMEMS and downstream applications).
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