The practical outputs of the project are:
- A literature survey summarizing the previous studies followed by two Data Adequacy Reports (DAR) to provide an annual view of the monitoring effort in the sea-basin, outcome of challenges and any new information to report on the adequacy of the marine data in the Black Sea
- A collection of relevant data and catalog of data sources and the development of specific products from available primary and assembled datasets in view of the specific questions for each challenge, providing confidence limits (service)
- A fully implemented Web Portal (EMODnet Black-Sea checkpoint) providing free and unconditional access to EMODnet portals, outputs from challenges in digital form (Inspire)
- Two expert panel reports
- A final report to summarize the work done in the project and a report indicating how the EMODnet Black-Sea checkpoint Portal could operate once the project has finished
- Several interim progress project reports made available only on DG-MARE’s maritime forum (http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/maritimeaffairs_fisheries).
Black Sea – Second Data Adequacy Report (DAR)
This second Black Sea Data Adequacy Report (DAR) concludes the development and implementation of the first assessment of basin monitoring gaps emerging from the generation of Targeted Data Products for eleven Challenges.
Annex 2 to the Second DAR: Appropriateness indicators 10 April 2018
First Panel Report
The aim of the Panel meeting was to evaluate the First Black Sea Checkpoint Data Adequacy Report (DAR).
The Panel for the Black Sea checkpoint is composed of five scientific experts and two compulsory members chosen by the consortium to represent the Black Sea Commission and offshore energy industry.
BLACKSEA_14 2 – First Panel Review Report 20 February 2017
Black Sea – First Data Adequacy Report (DAR)
This document illustrates the first Data Adequacy Report (DAR) of the EMODnet Black Sea Checkpoint project. The aim of the DAR is to assess the basin scale monitoring systems on the basis of input data sets for 11 prescribed Challenges. Nothing equivalent exists in the world. In fact, a completely new methodology has been developed based on ISO10 standards, INSPIRE principles and a set of quality indicators.
BLACKSEA_D15.2 – Black Sea – First Data Adequacy Report (DAR) 15 December 2016
Literature survey for Black Sea checkpoint
The Black Sea Literature Survey summarizes the first main attempt to classify the input data sets on the Black Sea by selecting a number of applications in order to determine how easy it is to access and use the data needed for these applications and their fitness for purpose.
17.3 Interim report 23 February 2018
D17.2.2 Six Monthly Progress Report 27 July 2016
D17.2.1 Six Monthly Progress Report 26 January 2016
Access to all checkpoint reports (LS &DAR1 for all checkpoints, and DAR2 for North Sea and MEDSEA ie. appropriateness)
12/09/2017 EMODnet Checkpoint Methods Workshop