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Integrating Earth observation with field data and model simulations the ISECA project
de Kok, J.-L. (2013). Integrating Earth observation with field data and model simulations the ISECA project. VITO: Mol. 1 poster pp.

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    The cross-border cooperation ISECA (Information System on the Eutrophication of our CoAstal Seas) is a demonstration project to improve the exchange of data and scientific insights related to the eutrophication of coastal waters in the English Channel and the Southern North Sea. The Web-based Application Server (WAS) demonstrates the added value of combining earth observation and in-situ data on marine eutrophication with the outcomes of model simulations. The WAS allows visualization of Earth Observation data hosted by partner institutes and provides access to map layers showing different model scenarios, as well as functionalities for up- and downloading of in-situ data, including trend analysis. The envisaged en-users include the scientific community, marine managers, and general public.

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