MARINER Common Operating Picture
OGC GML schema for HNS Spills
In order to assure the interoperability among different agencies when they share information about HNS spill events, a Geography Markup Language GML schema is proposed. This format has the capability to share data about the location of the incident, the involved substances, levels of concern, modelling outputs and threat zones. Since it is based on Open Geospatial Consortium GML standard, it is a suitable format to share geographic data and to be used by GIS Software and Common Operating Pictures. In addition to the schema, an API (Application Programming Interface) to deal with this kind of files (coded in Python) as well as some examples are provided too.
Common Symbols and Styles Sheets to Deliver Relevant Information Concerning HNS Accidents
The report presents the state-of-the-art in the use of different symbols for hazard and warning situations. A proposal set of symbols and styles for marine HNS and oil spill incident maps, based on the symbology and styles for other hazard emergency maps, is described and provided in annexed files.
Awareness raising video
This is a 6-minute animation video that follows the style and concept of a previous video produced in the frame of ARCOPOLplatform project. It aims at highlighting the importance of reaching out for authorities and experts when facing maritime chemical incidents to reduce environmental and social impacts.
Tools for modelling impact – toxicology: establishment of criteria
This report aims to explain the selection of ecotoxicological parameters that were considered in the numerical models for estimating environmental hazards.
Tools for modelling impact – population modelling
This report aims to model the effects of 4-nonyphenol on the structure of an amphipod population and to predict the recovery time of the referred population on different scenarios.
Guidelines and protocols for environmental monitoring and impact assessment of HNS
A systematic compilation and validation of existing chemical, biological and ecological information to produce guidelines and protocols for HNS environmental monitoring and impact assessment.
Comparing MARINER system with other systems
These are two reports that analyse the results of the tests carried out to check the performance of the 3D-HNS MOHID model with other models currently in use. One of the reports focuses on comparing this model with CHEMMAP and the other presents the outputs provided by the model when using real past incident scenarios.
Paper: Environmental risk assessment of accidental marine spills
This is a scientific paper published with part of the results delivered in the MARINER project. The full title of this paper is:
Environmental risk assessment of accidental marine spills: A new approach combining an online dynamic Hazardous and Noxious substances database with numerical dispersion, risk and population modelling.
Science of the Total Environment (2020)
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