Enabling access to geological information in support of GMES

akronüüm: PANGEO
algus: 2011-02-01
lõpp: 2014-01-31
programm: FP7 - Euroopa Liidu 7. raamprogramm
alaprogramm: SPA - Kosmos
instrument: CP - Koostööprojekt
projektikonkurss: FP7-SPACE-2010-1
projekti number: 262371
kestus kuudes: 36
partnerite arv: 37
lühikokkuvõte: PanGeo is a service proposed in response to FP7 GMES Downstream Call 3 (released July 2009). The objective of PanGeo is to enable free and open access to geohazard information in support of GMES. This will be achieved by the generation of a validated Geohazard Data Layer supported by a Geohazard Summary for 52 of the largest towns listed in the GMES Land Theme’s Urban Atlas involving all 27 countries of the EU. Upon user enquiry, a PanGeo web-portal will automatically integrate the geohazard data with the Urban Atlas to highlight the polygons influenced. The datasets will be made discoverable, accessible and useable via a distributed web-map system as built and demonstrated by OneGeology Europe (www.onegeology-europe.eu). The key users of PanGeo are anticipated as: • Local Authority planners and regulators who are concerned with managing development risk, • National geological surveys and geoscience institutes who are obliged to collect geohazard data for public benefit, • Policy-makers concerned with assessing and comparing European geological risk, much as the Urban Atlas data is used to compare the landcover/use status of European towns. Products will be made by integrating: a) interpreted InSAR terrain-motion data (derived from existing projects, e.g. ESA GSE Terrafirma plus new processing), b) geological information, and c) the landcover and landuse data contained within the Urban Atlas. The integration and interpretation, plus a validation of key features observed, will be made by the corresponding national Geological Survey for the towns concerned. It is planned to deliver the service for two Urban Atlas towns in each country of the EU (Luxembourg and Cyprus only 1), equalling fifty-two towns in total. The geological survey concerned will choose the towns for processing from the Urban Atlas list using their own knowledge as to where the information will be of most use, probably the largest towns, which, when extrapolated, would equal (13% of total EU urban population). User input to design will be facilitated by the Surveys contracted into the project and initiation of ‘Local Authority Feedback Group’. Terrafirma has shown the potential for the self-sustainability of services providing InSAR-derived terrain-motion data, as 30% of users have gone on to procure further product on a commercial basis. In PanGeo, it is anticipated that, by adding considerably more value as described above, and promoting the clear benefits of such key environmental information, that the local authorities of neighbouring towns will begin to demand similar.
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1 koordinaator FUGRO NPA LIMITED UK David Morten http://www.npagroup.com
2 partner NATURAL ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH COUNCIL UK Luke Bateson http://www.nerc.ac.uk
3 partner Landmark Information Group UK David Callcott http://www.landmark.co.uk
5 partner Systèmes d'Information à Référence Spatiale (SIRS) SAS FR Christophe Sannier http://www.sirs-fr.com
6 partner CONSORCI INSTITUT DE GEOMATICA ES Edgar Aigner http://www.ideg.es
7 partner BUREAU DE RECHERCHES GEOLOGIQUES ET MINIERES FR François Robida http://www.brgm.fr
8 partner EuroGeoSurveys - EGS BE Celine Andrien http://www.eurogeosurveys.org
9 partner FEDERATION EUROPEENNE DES GEOLOGUES FR Isabel Fernandez http://www.eurogeologists.eu
10 partner ABConsulting UK Chris Browitt
11 partner Tele-Rilevamento Europa - T.R.E. s.r.l. IT Davide Colombo http://www.treuropa.com
12 partner GAMMA REMOTE SENSING RESEARCH AND CONSULTING AG CH Urs Wegmüller http://www.gamma-rs.ch
13 partner ALTAMIRA INFORMATION SL ES Maite Garcia http://www.altamira-information.com
14 partner GEOLOGISCHE BUNDESANSTALT AT Horst Eichberger http://www.geologie.ac.at
15 partner INSTITUT ROYAL DES SCIENCES NATURELLES DE BELGIQUE BE Olivier Ninane http://www.naturalsciences.be
16 partner Ministry of Environment and Water BG Valeri Trendafilov http://www.moew.government.bg
18 partner CESKA GEOLOGICKA SLUZBA CZ Veronika Kopackova
19 partner The Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland DK Nette Rasmussen http://www.geus.dk
20 partner Eesti Geoloogiakeskus OÜ EE Jaan Kivisilla http://www.egk.ee
21 partner GEOLOGIAN TUTKIMUSKESKUS FI Ossi Ikävalko http://www.gtk.fi
23 partner ETHNIKO KENTRO VIOSIMIS KAI AEIFOROU ANAPTYXIS EL Kostas Papavasileiou http://portal.igme.gr
24 partner MAGYAR FOLDTANI ES GEOFIZIKAI INTEZET HU János Halmai http://www.elgi.hu
25 partner Department of Communications, Energy and Natural resources IE Koen Verbruggen http://www.dcenr.gov.ie
26 partner Istituto Superiore per la Protezione e la Ricerca Ambientale IT Eutizio Vittori http://www.isprambiente.it/site/it-IT/
27 partner LATVIJAS UNIVERSITATE LV Indra Ribicka http://www.lu.lv
28 partner Lietuvos geologijos tarnyba prie Aplinkos ministerijos LT Jonas Satkunas http://www.lgt.lt
29 partner ADMINISTRATION DES PONTS ET CHAUSSEES DIRECTION LU Robert Colbach http://www.geologie.lu/sgl
30 partner MALTA RESOURCES AUTHORITY MT Anthony Rizzo http://www.mra.org.mt/
31 partner PANSTWOWY INSTYTUT GEOLOGICZNY - PANSTWOWY INSTYTUT BADAWCZY PL Ilona śmietańska http://www.pgi.gov.pl
32 partner Laboratorio Nacional de Energia e Geologia I.P. PT Ana Claudia Carvalho
33 partner INSTITUTUL GEOLOGIC AL ROMANIEI RO Anca-Marina Vijdea http://www.igr.ro
34 partner STATNY GEOLOGICKY USTAV DIONYZA STURA SK ľubomír Petro http://www.geology.sk
35 partner GEOLOSKI ZAVOD SLOVENIJE SI Marija Božič http://www.geo-zs.si
36 partner INSTITUTO GEOLÓGICO Y MINERO DE ESPAÑA ES Gerardo Herrera http://www.igme.es
37 partner SVERIGES GEOLOGISKA UNDERSOKNING SE Lars Persson http://www.sgu.se