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 Scientific independence in environmental monitoring of pollution

Challenge ID

C-CORE_OFF2.8

Title

Scientific independence in environmental monitoring of pollution

Challenge originator:

 

General Description

 

What data/products do you use?

Aerial surveillance, self-reporting pertaining to a ccidental spills, drill cuttings, atmospheric emissions, light and noise

When do you use this kind of dataset?

Any time once exploratory drilling commences

What are your actual limitations and do you have a work around? 

Public confidence in self-reporting is low, aerial surveillance or other types of independent monitoring are few, expensive or non-existent

Needs and expectations on EO data

High resolution imagery capable of detecting and tracking slicks and plumes of discharged materials

Challenge classification

 

Pre license

 

Exp.

3

Dev.

3

Prod.

3

Decom.

3

Geographic context/ restrictions

- Eastern Mediterranean

Topographic classification / Offshore classification

Ocean

Activity impacted/concerned

Due diligence tool

Technology Urgency

Immediately (0-2 years)

Information requirements

 

Update frequency

Daily

Temporal resolution

Daily

Spatial resolution

10-100m

Data quality

High

Data Coverage and extent

District area

Example format

High resolution image

Timeliness

As close to real-time as possible

Existing standards

Galil B. and Herut B. 2011. Marine environmental issues of deep-sea exploration and exploitation activities (oil and gas) off the coast of Israel. IOLR Report H15/2014

 

 

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