About the Project - ADRIAMORE

06- AdriaMORE (local)

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AdriaMORE

Adriatic DSS exploitation for MOnitoring and Risk management of coastal Extreme weather and flooding

START DATE

01.01.2018

END DATE

30.09.2019

TOTAL BUDGET

€ 1.150.000

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE

2.2 - Increase the safety of the Programme area from natural and man-made disaster

LEAD PARTNER

Abruzzo Region - Department for territorial cooperation

TARGET GROUPS

  • Civil protection, Municipalities
  • Water supply and ground defense age ncies
  • Universities
  • Cross-border citi zens
  • Local, national and regional Public Authorities
  • Development agencies and associations

The AdriaMORE project is capitalizing the results of IPA Adriatic ADRIARadNet and CapRadNet and aims to improve the existing platform integrated hydro-meteorological risk management of the cross-border coastal areas. The project will foster the exchange of best practices of institutional governances and provide support to maritime navigation, air traffic control and urban water management authorities, whereas its outputs will be available to all citizens through the improved Decision Support Systems platform.

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PARTNERSHIP

LEAD PARTNER

Abruzzo Region - Department for territorial cooperation

VIA SALARIA ANTICA EST 27

L'Aquila - Italy - paola.disalvatore@regione.abruzzo.it

www.regione.abruzzo.it


The Service of Territorial Cooperation IPA of the Abruzzo Region is highly qualified in managing and implementing EU projects under European Territorial Cooperation (Interreg). For several years, until March 2018, the Abruzzo Region had covered the role of Managing Authority of the IPA Adriatic CBC Programme, the most relevant European Territorial Cooperation Programme involving 8 countries and with over 108 project financed. CETEMPS is its mandated scientific partner under AdriaMORE.


Contact person: Laura Rosella   

E-mail: laurarosella.adriamore@gmail.com

PROJECT PARTNER

Dubrovnik and Neretva County

www.edubrovnik.org


Dubrovnik and Neretva Region (DNR) is the southernmost region in Croatia. DNR is responsible for spatial planning, the development of schools and health institutions, tourism and shipping, environmental protection, etc. DNR has EU preparation and implementation experience, with great success in implementing projects in many different areas: environmental protection, rural tourism, rural development, agriculture, institutional cooperation and coordination, culture, transport, IT, etc.


Contact person: Jelena Dadić​​​​​​​  

E-mail: jelena.dadic@dnz.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

Meteorological and Hydrological Service of Croatia (DHMZ)

meteo.hr


The Meteorological and Hydrological Service (DHMZ – Državni hidrometeorološki zavod) is a national centre of exellence based on high standards of scientific, professional and technical resources for the production, collection and dissemination of high-quality meteorological and hydrological data and forecasts. It aims to provide support to economic development, environmental protection; preserve the people and the territory from natural hazards and disasters; mitigate their consequences.


Contact person: Krešo Pandžić   

E-mail: dhmz@cirus.dhz.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

Institute of Atmospheric Sciences And Climate

NEWS & EVENTS

Asset Publisher

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LIBRARY

In this section you can find all the deliverables produced by Adria MORE.

Deliverable 3.1.1 Chlorophyll trends and their statistical significance using GBSatAdria

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (0.82 Mb)

Deliverable 3.1.2 Trends for total suspended sediment and their

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (0.9 Mb)

Deliverable 3.1.3 Manual on the developed GBSatAdria SW

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (0.69 Mb)

Deliverable  3.2.1 A report describing the radar data processing Part 1

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (4.68 Mb)

Deliverable  3.2.1 A report describing the radar data processing Part 2

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (4.24 Mb)

Deliverable 3.2.2 A radar based valuable products for extreme weather

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (3.92 Mb)

Deliverable 3.3.1 A Report on the activities performed including the use of the firefighting boat

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (1.14 Mb)

Deliverable 3.4.1 A report on verification of wind forecast in Dubrovnik area before and after installation of wind profiler

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (3.41 Mb)

Deliverable 4.1.1 Report on Activity 4.1 “Assimilation of coastal monitoring data into meteorological forecast model" with description of improvement of the PBL parameterization and the assimilation of the coastal data

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (0.46 Mb)

Deliverable 4.1.2 Meteorological forecast model valuable products for coastal surveillance

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (1.5 Mb)

Deliverable 4.2.1 Report on Activity 4.2 “Hydrological model adaptation for coastal flooding forecast prevention" with description of the implemented parameterization

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (2.78 Mb)

Deliverable 4.3.1 Report on 4.3 activity "Description of the wave model implemented and its performance into WRFAdria model"

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (1.48 Mb)

Deliverable 4.3.2 Wave model operative into the WRFAdria model

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (1.09 Mb)

Deliverable 4.4.1 Evolution maps and quantitative indicators of large-scale transport and dispersion of tracer concentrations in open sea originating from environmental sensitive areas using FLOWAdria

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (0.46 Mb)

Deliverable 4.4.2 Evolution maps and quantitative indicators of sediment transport and dispersion released in the vicinity of coastal areas and river outlets using FLOWAdria

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (1.05 Mb)

Deliverable 4.4.3 Manual on the developed FLOWAdria SW

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (0.98 Mb)

Deliverable 5.1.1 Report on action 5.1 “Integration of coastal remote sensing data into early-warning DSS” describing the observation systems chain over the target areas and the corresponding data flow toward the DSS

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (3.87 Mb)

Deliverable 5.2.1 Report on action 5.2 “Integration of coastal forecasting modules into early warning” describing the hydrometeo-marine forecast chain over target areas

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (2.18 Mb)

Deliverable 5.3.1 Report on action 5.3 “PAI: Pilot action around the Pescara river estuary coastline area” describing the AdriaMORE project use case over target areas

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (2.6 Mb)

Deliverable 5.4.1 Report on action 5.4 “PAC: Pilot action around the Neretva river estuary coastline area” describing the AdriaMORE project use case over target areas

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (1.52 Mb)

Follow-up Report_KoM_Pescara

PUBLISHED ON 20/04/2020
PDF (0.16 Mb)

Follow-up Report_2nd Steering Committee&dissemination event_Dubrovnik

PUBLISHED ON 20/04/2020
PDF (0.61 Mb)

Follow-up Report_3rd Steering Committee_Venice

PUBLISHED ON 20/04/2020
PDF (0.35 Mb)

Follow-up Report_3rd dissemination event_Pescara

PUBLISHED ON 21/04/2020
PDF (0.19 Mb)

Follow-up Report_Final Event_Pescara

PUBLISHED ON 21/04/2020
PDF (0.2 Mb)

Final Report_AdriaMORE

PUBLISHED ON 16/04/2020
PDF (0.24 Mb)

Brochure_EN

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (1.24 Mb)

Brochure_EN_second version

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (0.25 Mb)

Brochure_ITA

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (0.25 Mb)

Brochure_CRO

PUBLISHED ON 16/04/2020
PDF (0.59 Mb)

AdriaMORE Newsletter No.1

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (0.46 Mb)

AdriaMORE Newsletter No.2

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (0.76 Mb)

AdriaMORE Newsletter No.3

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (1.52 Mb)

VIDEO

Hydrological risk. Presenting AdriaMORE in Pescara

18 lug 2019

Pescara. The results of AdriaMORE

22 set 2019

AdriaMORE Meeting in Dubrovnik