Monitoring and forecasting the ocean state and biogeochemical processes in the black sea: Recent developments in the copernicus marine service

Stefania A. Ciliberti*, Marilaure Grégoire*, Joanna Staneva*, Atanas Palazov*, Giovanni Coppini, Rita Lecci, Elisaveta Peneva, Marius Matreata, Veselka Marinova, Simona Masina, Nadia Pinardi, Eric Jansen, Leonardo Lima, Ali Aydoğdu, Sergio Creti’, Laura Stefanizzi, Diana Azevedo, Salvatore Causio, Luc Vandenbulcke, Arthur CapetCatherine Meulders, Evgeny Ivanov, Arno Behrens, Marcel Ricker, Gerhard Gayer, Francesco Palermo, Mehmet Ilicak, Murat Gunduz, Nadezhda Valcheva, Paola Agostini

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Özet

The Black Sea Monitoring and Forecasting Center (BS-MFC) is the European reference service for the provision of ocean analyses, forecasts, and reanalyses in the Black Sea basin. It is part of the Copernicus Marine Environment and Monitoring Service (CMEMS) and ensures a high level of efficiency in terms of operations, science, and technology for predictions and the monitoring of physical and biogeochemical processes in the Black Sea. The operational BS-MFC framework is based on state-of-the-art numerical models for hydrodynamics, biogeochemistry, and waves; analysis, forecast, and reanalysis are provided on a spatial grid with about 3 km of horizontal resolution that covers the whole Black Sea basin (the Azov Sea is not included). The scientific assessment of BS-MFC products is performed by implementing a product quality dashboard that provides pre-qualification and operational model skills according to GODAE/OceanPredict standards. Novel interfaces based on high-resolution models are part of the scientific development plan to ensure a strong connection with the nearest seas from a modelling point of view, in particular with the Mediterranean Sea. To improve forecasting skills, dedicated online coupled systems are being developed, which involve physics, biogeochemistry, and waves together with the atmosphere and, in the future, with ensemble forecasting methodologies and river-ocean interfaces.

Orijinal dilİngilizce
Makale numarası1146
DergiJournal of Marine Science and Engineering
Hacim9
Basın numarası10
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Yayın durumuYayınlandı - Eki 2021

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Funding: This research was funded by the Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service for the Black Sea Monitoring and Forecasting Center (Contract No. 72-CMEMS-MFS-BS).

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Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service72-CMEMS-MFS-BS

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