BLACKSEA_CH3_Product_2 / Oil Platform Leak Bulletin released on 13 May 2016, fast release, 72h after the incident declared on 10th May 2016 by DG MARE

Date(s) (Creation)
Author(s):
Point of contact(s): ORION Joint Research and Development Centre, Cyprus, CMCC - Fondazione CMCC Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici
Publisher(s): EMODnet Black Sea Checkpoint
DOI 10.12770/67a2c0a9-0a91-476f-b581-b6c35a5db945
Abstract The EMODNET Oil Platform Leak Bulletin contains the forecast/scenario information on ocean currents, atmospheric 10-m wind, waves, as well as the fate and transport of oil leaks emanating from fixed platforms. The oil movement from the platform is simulated for a 72 hours after the release and the bulletin could be updated depending on the customer request. Possible impacts on the coasts are also considered. The EMODnet Oil Platform Leak Bulletin is issued every time a request arrives and it is released within 72 hours from the alert using a pre-defined template. The Customer (the EC and other users allowed by EC) supplies the specific data through an online input data form.
Keywords BlackSea - CH03 - Oil Platform Leaks, Other, Delayed, Oceanographic geographical features, Approved
Utilisation Unrestricted

Excellent: The product meets well the objectives specified by the challenge

This EMODnet BlackSea Checkpoint data product is result of a stress test so called "challenge" specified by the call for tenders No MARE/2014/09 to determine how well the input data from the observing and monitoring systems existing at the sea basin scale fit the user requirements stated by the "challenge" partners to develop it (Data Product Specifications). The information contained in the data products and in the descriptions (metadata) of the input data and the data products making use of them is believed to be trustworthy. However its completeness, consistency, accuracy and usability cannot be guaranteed. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure its reliability within the limits of present knowledge, no responsibility can be accepted by those involved in its compilation or publication for any consequential loss or damage arising from its use.
Temporal Extent 2016-05-10 - 2016-05-13

How to cite

CMCC - Fondazione CMCC Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici (2016). BLACKSEA_CH3_Product_2 / Oil Platform Leak Bulletin released on 13 May 2016, fast release, 72h after the incident declared on 10th May 2016 by DG MARE. EMODnet Black Sea Checkpoint. http://doi.org/10.12770/67a2c0a9-0a91-476f-b581-b6c35a5db945