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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 situation (analysis and near-real time observations), the prediction of the situation a few days ahead (forecast), and the provision of consistent retrospective data records for recent decades (re-analysis and reprocessed datasets). CMEMS provides a sustainable response to private and public user needs, for academic, operational, policy and blue growth activities related to all sectors of the blue economy: polar environment monitoring, marine conservation & policies, science & climate, natural resources & energy, water quality, coastal monitoring, society & education, marine food, marine navigation and safety & disaster.

The session will cover research activities that are required to maintain CMEMS systems at the state of the art and prepare their long-term evolution (e.g. physical and biogeochemical modeling; coupling with coastal systems and hydrology; coupling with sea-ice, atmosphere & waves; data assimilation both for physics and biogeochemistry, probabilistic forecasting; big data, cloud computing and processing, artificial intelligence etc.). Presentations on the use, impact and design of in-situ and satellite (e.g. Sentinel missions) observing systems relevant to CMEMS are also much welcome.

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, from projects on seasonal to multidecadal regional projections for the coastal ocean and marine ecosystems, from projects dealing with the monitoring and forecasting of river discharge of freshwater and nutrients).

We also welcome scientific presentations (i) on the verification, validation and uncertainty estimates of CMEMS products, (ii) on the use of CMEMS products for downstream applications (including support to maritime regulations and directives) and (iii) on the monitoring and long-term assessment of the ocean physical and biogeochemical states.

Public information:
Programme (Public on EGU website)
**TENTATIVE SCHEDULE FOR THE CHAT**
4-5 minutes per display, except for solicited ones

8:30-8:32 Introducing the session

8:32-8:50 Solicited presentations
D2426 Pierre-Yves Le Traon | Copernicus Marine Service: achievements, future challenges and long-term evolution
D2433 Mike Bell | Challenges in ocean modelling and data assimilation for CMEMS

8:50-9:15 Blue Ocean
D2428 Eric De Boissésson | Monitoring marine heatwaves in CMEMS ocean analysis systems
D2440 Shihe Ren | Intercomparison and validation of detected SST fronts based on CMEMS high-resolution reanalysis data and satellite observations in the South China Sea
D2431 Hao Zuo | Benefits of dynamically modelled river discharge input for ocean and coupled system
D2432 Yicun Zhen | An adaptive optimal interpolation based on analog forecasting: application to SSH in the Gulf of Mexico
D2434 Markus Meier | Sources of uncertainty of Baltic Sea future projections
D2427 Stéphane Law Chune | WAVERYS : A CMEMS global wave reanalysis during the altimetry period

9:15-9:19 White Ocean
D2435 Guillaume Boutin (Timothy Williams) | Impact of wave-induced sea ice fragmentation on sea ice dynamics in the MIZ

9:19-9:35 Green Ocean
D2429 Elodie Gutknecht | Modelling the marine ecosystem of IBI European waters for CMEMS operational applications
D2436 Paolo Lazzari | Simulating bio-optical properties in the Mediterranean Sea
D2437 Anna Conchon | Gathering knowledge on mesopelagic ecosystems: insights from a parsimonious modelling approach
D2430 Marine Bretagnon | CMEMS Primary production from satellite remote sensing: spatial and temporal evolution and comparison with other products

9:35-9:45 Brown (coastal) ocean
D2441 Encarni Medina-Lopez | High-resolution sea surface salinity and temperature in coastal areas from Sentinel-2 and Copernicus Marine in situ data
D2442 Marc Mestres | CURAE – bridging the gap between regional CMEMS forecasts and coastal high-resolution applications

9:45-9:50 Validation
D2443 Marion Mittermaier | High-resolution model Verification Evaluation (HiVE). Part 2: Using object-based methods for the evaluation of algal blooms

9:50-10:05 Downstream applications
D2444 Miguel Inácio | The Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service as a platform to map marine ecosystem services: a Lithuanian case study
D2438 Luis Rodriguez Galvez | Earth Observation services for Wild Fisheries, Oystergrounds Restoration and Bivalve Mariculture along European Coasts
D2439 Anne Vallette | Marine Litter Drift Monitoring (Forecast and Hindcast) in the Channel and the North Atlantic

10:05-10:15 Open Discussion

Break

Chat Time 10:45–12:30

10:45 Introduction to the session

10:45-10:50 Ocean Reporting
D2445 Karina von Schuckmann (Pierre-Yves Le Traon) | Ocean reporting of the Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service

10:50-11:00 In-situ observations
D2453 Mélanie Juza (Tanguy Szekely) | How CMEMS INSTAC contributes to the monitoring of the ocean?
D2461 Jérôme Gourrion | A novel statistical approach for Near-Real Time Quality Control of hydrographic observations

11:00-11:30 Blue Ocean
D2462 Stefania Angela Ciliberti | Progresses in the CMEMS BS-MFC for improving forecasting capabilities and monitoring the Black Sea region through high quality modelling systems
D2447 Guillaume Reffray | A new version of the IBI near real time system for November 2020: what will be changed?
D2450 Anna Chiara Goglio | A baroclinic tidal forecasting model for the Mediterranean Sea - First validation results
D2456 Romain Escudier | A high resolution reanalysis for the Mediterranean Sea
D2454 Alvise Benetazzo | Towards a unified framework for maximum wave computation from numerical models: outcomes from the LATEMAR project
D2455 Rianne Giesen (Ad Stoffelen) | Improved ocean wind forcing products

11:30-11:35 White Ocean
D2449 Timothy Williams | The neXtSIM-F sea ice forecasting platform

11:35-11:50 Green Ocean
D2452 Julien Lamouroux | Assessment of the CMEMS global biogeochemical forecasting operational system, with assimilation of Ocean Colour data
D2460 Yeray Santana-Falcón | Assimilation of chlorophyll data into a stochastic ensemble simulation for the North Atlantic ocean
D2448 Patrick Lehodey (Anna Conchon) | Zooplankton and Micronekton products from the CMEMS Catalogue for better monitoring of Marine Resources and Protected Species

11:50-11:55 Brown (coastal) Ocean
D2458 Francisco Campuzano | Framework for improving land boundary conditions in regional ocean products

11:55-12:05 Validation
D2446 Jan Maksymczuk | High-resolution model Verification Evaluation (HiVE). Part 1: Using neighbourhood techniques for the assessment of ocean model forecast skill
D2451 Malek Ghantous | Validation of the CMEMS-IBI wave model with data assimilation in a high resolution regional configuration

12:05-12:15 Downstream Applications
D2457 Nikolaos Kampanis (Katerina Spanoudaki) | The COASTAL CRETE downscaled forecasting system
D2459 Javier Bárcena (Javier García-Alba) | SOSeas: An assessment tool for predicting the dynamic risk of drowning on beaches

12:15-12:30 Open Discussion

12:30 Closing the session

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Convener: Angelique Melet | Co-conveners: Stefano Ciavatta, Emanuela Clementi, Pierre De Mey
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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 situation (analysis and near-real time observations), the prediction of the situation a few days ahead (forecast), and the provision of consistent retrospective data records for recent decades (re-analysis and reprocessed datasets). CMEMS provides a sustainable response to private and public user needs, for academic, operational, policy and blue growth activities related to all sectors of the blue economy: polar environment monitoring, marine conservation & policies, science & climate, natural resources & energy, water quality, coastal monitoring, society & education, marine food, marine navigation and safety & disaster.

The session will cover research activities that are required to maintain CMEMS systems at the state of the art and prepare their long-term evolution (e.g. physical and biogeochemical modeling; coupling with coastal systems and hydrology; coupling with sea-ice, atmosphere & waves; data assimilation both for physics and biogeochemistry, probabilistic forecasting; big data, cloud computing and processing, artificial intelligence etc.). Presentations on the use, impact and design of in-situ and satellite (e.g. Sentinel missions) observing systems relevant to CMEMS are also much welcome.

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, from projects on seasonal to multidecadal regional projections for the coastal ocean and marine ecosystems, from projects dealing with the monitoring and forecasting of river discharge of freshwater and nutrients).

We also welcome scientific presentations (i) on the verification, validation and uncertainty estimates of CMEMS products, (ii) on the use of CMEMS products for downstream applications (including support to maritime regulations and directives) and (iii) on the monitoring and long-term assessment of the ocean physical and biogeochemical states.

Public information: Programme (Public on EGU website)
**TENTATIVE SCHEDULE FOR THE CHAT**
4-5 minutes per display, except for solicited ones

8:30-8:32 Introducing the session

8:32-8:50 Solicited presentations
D2426 Pierre-Yves Le Traon | Copernicus Marine Service: achievements, future challenges and long-term evolution
D2433 Mike Bell | Challenges in ocean modelling and data assimilation for CMEMS

8:50-9:15 Blue Ocean
D2428 Eric De Boissésson | Monitoring marine heatwaves in CMEMS ocean analysis systems
D2440 Shihe Ren | Intercomparison and validation of detected SST fronts based on CMEMS high-resolution reanalysis data and satellite observations in the South China Sea
D2431 Hao Zuo | Benefits of dynamically modelled river discharge input for ocean and coupled system
D2432 Yicun Zhen | An adaptive optimal interpolation based on analog forecasting: application to SSH in the Gulf of Mexico
D2434 Markus Meier | Sources of uncertainty of Baltic Sea future projections
D2427 Stéphane Law Chune | WAVERYS : A CMEMS global wave reanalysis during the altimetry period

9:15-9:19 White Ocean
D2435 Guillaume Boutin (Timothy Williams) | Impact of wave-induced sea ice fragmentation on sea ice dynamics in the MIZ

9:19-9:35 Green Ocean
D2429 Elodie Gutknecht | Modelling the marine ecosystem of IBI European waters for CMEMS operational applications
D2436 Paolo Lazzari | Simulating bio-optical properties in the Mediterranean Sea
D2437 Anna Conchon | Gathering knowledge on mesopelagic ecosystems: insights from a parsimonious modelling approach
D2430 Marine Bretagnon | CMEMS Primary production from satellite remote sensing: spatial and temporal evolution and comparison with other products

9:35-9:45 Brown (coastal) ocean
D2441 Encarni Medina-Lopez | High-resolution sea surface salinity and temperature in coastal areas from Sentinel-2 and Copernicus Marine in situ data
D2442 Marc Mestres | CURAE – bridging the gap between regional CMEMS forecasts and coastal high-resolution applications

9:45-9:50 Validation
D2443 Marion Mittermaier | High-resolution model Verification Evaluation (HiVE). Part 2: Using object-based methods for the evaluation of algal blooms

9:50-10:05 Downstream applications
D2444 Miguel Inácio | The Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service as a platform to map marine ecosystem services: a Lithuanian case study
D2438 Luis Rodriguez Galvez | Earth Observation services for Wild Fisheries, Oystergrounds Restoration and Bivalve Mariculture along European Coasts
D2439 Anne Vallette | Marine Litter Drift Monitoring (Forecast and Hindcast) in the Channel and the North Atlantic

10:05-10:15 Open Discussion

Break

Chat Time 10:45–12:30

10:45 Introduction to the session

10:45-10:50 Ocean Reporting
D2445 Karina von Schuckmann (Pierre-Yves Le Traon) | Ocean reporting of the Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service

10:50-11:00 In-situ observations
D2453 Mélanie Juza (Tanguy Szekely) | How CMEMS INSTAC contributes to the monitoring of the ocean?
D2461 Jérôme Gourrion | A novel statistical approach for Near-Real Time Quality Control of hydrographic observations

11:00-11:30 Blue Ocean
D2462 Stefania Angela Ciliberti | Progresses in the CMEMS BS-MFC for improving forecasting capabilities and monitoring the Black Sea region through high quality modelling systems
D2447 Guillaume Reffray | A new version of the IBI near real time system for November 2020: what will be changed?
D2450 Anna Chiara Goglio | A baroclinic tidal forecasting model for the Mediterranean Sea - First validation results
D2456 Romain Escudier | A high resolution reanalysis for the Mediterranean Sea
D2454 Alvise Benetazzo | Towards a unified framework for maximum wave computation from numerical models: outcomes from the LATEMAR project
D2455 Rianne Giesen (Ad Stoffelen) | Improved ocean wind forcing products

11:30-11:35 White Ocean
D2449 Timothy Williams | The neXtSIM-F sea ice forecasting platform

11:35-11:50 Green Ocean
D2452 Julien Lamouroux | Assessment of the CMEMS global biogeochemical forecasting operational system, with assimilation of Ocean Colour data
D2460 Yeray Santana-Falcón | Assimilation of chlorophyll data into a stochastic ensemble simulation for the North Atlantic ocean
D2448 Patrick Lehodey (Anna Conchon) | Zooplankton and Micronekton products from the CMEMS Catalogue for better monitoring of Marine Resources and Protected Species

11:50-11:55 Brown (coastal) Ocean
D2458 Francisco Campuzano | Framework for improving land boundary conditions in regional ocean products

11:55-12:05 Validation
D2446 Jan Maksymczuk | High-resolution model Verification Evaluation (HiVE). Part 1: Using neighbourhood techniques for the assessment of ocean model forecast skill
D2451 Malek Ghantous | Validation of the CMEMS-IBI wave model with data assimilation in a high resolution regional configuration

12:05-12:15 Downstream Applications
D2457 Nikolaos Kampanis (Katerina Spanoudaki) | The COASTAL CRETE downscaled forecasting system
D2459 Javier Bárcena (Javier García-Alba) | SOSeas: An assessment tool for predicting the dynamic risk of drowning on beaches

12:15-12:30 Open Discussion

12:30 Closing the session

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