Monitoring and forecasting of the Black Sea state in the international Copernicus programme

  • S.I. Nevierova State Institution "Scientific Hydrophysical Centre of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine"
  • L.V. Nesterenko State Institution "Scientific Hydrophysical Centre of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine"
  • S.H. Fedoseienkov State Institution "Scientific Hydrophysical Centre of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine"
  • O.I. Shundel State Institution "Scientific Hydrophysical Centre of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine"
Keywords: data, numerical model calculations, satellite observations, in situ, retrospective analysis, remote research

Abstract

The article provides an overview of products created by the Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service (Copernicus programme is coordinated and managed by the European Commission in partnership with the European Space Agency (ESA), EU Member States and EU agencies) and made publicly available. Products derived from numerical model calculations and satellite observations with spatial and temporal characterization for the Black Sea were considered. Examples are given of biogeochemical indicators visualization and physical analysis of the Black Sea region, designed to monitor and predict the state of the region for the rational, safe and efficient use and protection of marine resources.

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Published
2021-04-22
How to Cite
Nevierova, S., Nesterenko, L., Fedoseienkov, S., & Shundel, O. (2021). Monitoring and forecasting of the Black Sea state in the international Copernicus programme. Oceanographic Journal (Problems, Methods and Facilities for Researches of the World Ocean), (2 (13), 101-113. Retrieved from https://oceanographic-journal.org.ua/index.php/journal/article/view/28