Information - SPM37 Real-time mapping for the monitoring of environmental data in routine and emergency
In case of hazards and emergencies (e.g. pollution peaks, nuclear/radiological accidents, flash-floods), maps of environmental variables interpolated from monitoring network measurements are needed in real-time with minimum or no human intervention to reflect the monitored situation. In particular when dealing with unforeseen events (‘hot spots’ or extreme values) environmental monitoring systems (EMS) usually lack adequate automatic mapping systems.
The main objective of this meeting is to bring together actors in the field of spatial statistics for real-time environmental monitoring for exchanging information regarding needs and on-going projects.
The meeting addresses key issues of GMES.
Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
Dan Cornford (Aston University)
Gregoire Dubois (Joint Research Centre, European Commission)
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