Technologies available for licensing, investment, joint ventures and R&D contracts in Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Uzbekistan

Frontpage Slideshow (version 2.0.0) - Copyright © 2006-2008 by JoomlaWorks

Google Translate

Patenting Information

Tag Cloud

Free counters!

Home Environmental Black Sea monitoring and forecasting - "MyOcean Model"

Black Sea monitoring and forecasting - "MyOcean Model"


This Project is focused on improving the EU’s capacity to monitor and predict the marine environment, and seamlessly provide data related to the global ocean and regional seas. Pan-European ocean monitoring and forecasting capacity was implemented to offer a consistent view of the global oceans, and the sixmain ocean regions in Europe (the Arctic area, the Baltic Sea, the Atlantic North- West-shelves, the Atlantic Irish-Biscay-Iberian area, the Mediterranean Sea, the Black Sea).

The MyOcean service is provided through 11 Thematic Assembly, and Monitoring and Forecasting centers generating observation-derived and model-based information, managed and monitored through a dedicated Central Information System. Highly qualified operational entities and R&D partners from 28 countries make up the My- Ocean consortium.

The Marine Hydrophysical Institute’s (MHI)-NASU objective was to build the Black Sea Monitoring and Forecasting Center (BS MFC) to My Ocean standards, and to deliver regular and systematic information on the state of the Black Sea at the resolution required by intermediate users and downstream service providers.

The MHI-NASU also developed a set of rules to govern simulation processes, now cast and forecast data archiving and data access provisions. An automatic interface for downloading all input data is required for now-cast and forecast of the Black Sea state, and for validation of the BS MFC products were also developed. The system now is fully integrated to the central MyOcean environment.

Fig. 1. MyOcean top level physical components (sub systems)

Fig. 2. High level dataflows between sub systems (physical components)

Contact Details

Pustovoytenko Volodymyr Volodymyrovich, PhD
Organization: Marine Hydrophysical Institute
Address: 2, Kapitanskaya St, Sevastopol 99011, Ukraine
(+380.692) 545065
Fax: (+380.692) 547279
This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Add comment

Security code

For additional technologies go to: