NEWS RELATED TO THE PROJECT
During the last two days of November an event titled ERA4CS kick-off meeting was held at Belgian Science Policy Office (BELSPO), Brussels – Belgium.
For reasons of building synergies between climate services research activities, the kick-off meeting for the 26 co-funded projects was organised partly in collaboration with the European Commission Executive Agency EASME, with the objective to connect the 26 ERA4CS climate services projects with 15 Horizon 2020 climate services projects in a joint climate services networking event. This ERA4CS event was proceeded by (i) a joint networking event and (ii) a meeting between all the 26 projects had started by the time of the kick-off meeting.
A virtual meeting between the work‐package leaders within ECLISEA was held on October 26th. The goal of the meeting was to overview the ECLISEA project status, the activities within the work‐packages and inter-relationships, future meetings and objectives.
ECLISEA has been structured in 6 WPs:
WP0. Project management, communication and dissemination
WP1. Review of existing data sets and stakeholders needs
WP2. Review of existing data sets and stakeholders needs
WP3. Predictability and uncertainty of SSDs on seasonal, decadal and long term future climate projections
WP4. Coastal Climate impacts and uncertainties
WP5. Prototype of a European Coastal Climate Service
Le Cozannet, G., Bulteau, T., Castelle, B., Ranasinghe, R., Wöppelmann, G., Rohmer, J., Bernon, N., Idier, D., Louisor, J. and Salas-y-Mélia, D., 2019.
Quantifying uncertainties of sandy shoreline change projections as sea level rises.
Scientific reports, 9(1), p.42.
M. Carson, A. K€ohl, D. Stammer, B. Meyssignac, J. Church, J. Schr€oter, M. Wenzel and B. Hamlington
Regional Sea Level Variability and Trends, 1960–2007:A Comparison of Sea Level Reconstructions and Ocean Syntheses
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans
Angélique Melet , Benoit Meyssignac, Rafael Almar and Gonéri Le Cozannet.
Under-estimated wave contribution to coastal sea-level rise
Nature Climate Change
A. G. Nidheesh, M. Lengaigne, J. Vialard, T. Izumo, A. S. Unnikrishnan, B. Meyssignac, B. Hamlington, and C. de Boyer Montegut
Robustness of observation-based decadal sea level variability in the Indo-Pacific Ocean
Geophysical Research Letters
ATTENDANCE AT CONGRESSES, CONFERENCES OR WORKSHOPS RELATED TO THE PROJECT
– ECLISEA projects partners (LEGOS and BRGM) were present at the 3rd meeting of the WCRP Grand Challenge (GC) on Regional Sea Level Change and Coastal Impacts in Boulder, USA, October 2018. – LINK
OTHER PUBLICATIONS DERIVED FROM COLLABORATIONS OF INTEREST TO THE PROJECT
Rohmer, J., & Le Cozannet, G. (2018). Dominance of the mean sea level in the high-percentile sea levels time evolution with respect to large-scale climate variability: a Bayesian statistical approach. Environmental Research Letters.
LINKS OF INTEREST