Kubryakov A.I.,Marine Hydrophysical Institute MHI |
Korotaev G.K.,Marine Hydrophysical Institute MHI |
Dorofeev V.L.,Marine Hydrophysical Institute MHI |
Ratner Y.B.,Marine Hydrophysical Institute MHI |
And 5 more authors.
Ocean Science | Year: 2012
The Black Sea coastal nowcasting and forecasting system was built within the framework of EU FP6 ECOOP (European COastalshelf sea OPerational observing and forecasting system) project for five regions: the south-western basin along the coasts of Bulgaria and Turkey, the north-western shelf along the Romanian and Ukrainian coasts, coastal zone around of the Crimea peninsula, the north-eastern Russian coastal zone and the coastal zone of Georgia. The system operates in the real-time mode during the ECOOP project and afterwards. The forecasts include temperature, salinity and current velocity fields. Ecosystem model operates in the off-line mode near the Crimea coast. © Author(s) 2012.
Mateescu R.,National Institute for Marine Research and Development Grigore Antipa NIMRD |
Spinu A.,National Institute for Marine Research and Development Grigore Antipa NIMRD |
Omer I.,Ovidius University
International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference Surveying Geology and Mining Ecology Management, SGEM | Year: 2013
The modern remote sensing and GIS tools used in the coastal resource management will become one of the best alternatives to concentrate on the coastal vulnerability issues. In the present work will be presented the recent development of an increased understanding over the coastal process on synoptic scale afferent Romanian shore, and will give the possibility of an advised selection of different solutions for protection and conservation of the area. The work presents the certain approaches and results on GIS/spatial analysis based on RS data, towards an erosion control within Romanian littoral, presently under intense consolidation at the sea-land interface. The fusion of multiple, complementary image data sources (of different spatial/temporal, spectral/radiometric resolutions) and associated GIS databases, approached in a complex way, it were developed based on a geographic informational systems, and continuous upgraded within a national partnership projects. A similar system of mixed RS&GIS techniques, built within a scheme of multi-institutional collaboration, it was completed as a dynamic tool for coastal environmental education, as well a tool to asses, for a period of several decades, the sustainability and ICZM activities on Romanian coastal area. Certain results of its implementation within several projects of reconstruction were emphasized in the synthesis. © SGEM2013 All Rights Reserved by the International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM.