25 January 2021: PPP-SERA Workshop on Co-Production in the European Arctic photo: Machiel Lamers The PPP Social and Economic Research and Applications (PPP-SERA) task team will host a Special Services Projects workshop on 25 January Read more…
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Strengthening the value-chain of sea-ice, weather and climate services in the European Arctic
Work packages - Implementing a co-production approach
Work Package 1
Work package 1, led by Prof. D. Müller (Umeå University, Sweden), studies mobility patterns and constraints of different Arctic marine sectors. The work relies on observation, interviewing, and on an innovative public participatory GIS approach to map Arctic marine mobility patterns and the challenges and risks faced by end-users. It will lead to an agenda for the development of climate services for the European Arctic. It feeds into the simulation model developed in WP2, and informs the scope and content of the demonstration services developed in work package 3.
Work Package 2
Work package 2, led by Dr. M. Lamers (Wageningen University, the Netherlands) aims to understand the role of climate services in decision-making contexts (e.g. planning, operations). It formulates design principles, simulates the use of tailor-made services and develops a support-tool for co-producing and testing climate services. State-of-the art methods will be used such as companion modelling, a role-playing game and agent-based modelling. The end-user workshops function as setting for testing out demonstration services developed in WP3. WP2 thereby forms the bridge between the climate service needs identified in WP1 and the demonstration projects developed in WP3.
Work Package 3
Work package 3, led by Dr. M. Müller (Norwegian Meteorological Institute - MET Norway) utilizes the great potential of currently available databases of metocean conditions for multi-model climate forecasting. By using advanced statistical downscaling methods, predictive power of key monitoring data are evaluated, in order to define new forecast products, tailored to end-user needs. It will do this, by co-developing a series of demonstration services, based on end-user needs as expressed in the activities of WP1 and WP2, and by utilizing state-of-the art statistical methods, IT and forecasting infrastructure. Importantly, the demonstration services developed will be merged into MET Norway’s and DMI’s forecasting infrastructure and maintained and developed beyond the lifetime of this project.