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Title

Earth Observation at the IGEO (CSIC-UCM) Geosciences Institute

AuthorsGarcía Herrera, Ricardo ; Fernández Torres, José ; Osete, María Luisa ; Baonza, Valentín G.
Issue Date11-Dec-2018
CitationMED (2018)
AbstractThe Geosciences Institute (IGEO: http://www.igeo.ucm-csic.es/en/igeo) is a joint center of the Spanish Research Council (CSIC) -the largest public institution dedicated to research in Spain- and the Complutense University (UCM) –the largest university in Spain- carrying out cutting-edge research related to Geology, Geodesy and Geophysics using a multidisciplinary approach. The aim of this poster is to show the main research lines and needs of the IGEO directly linked to the priorities addressed in the MED 2018 consultation meeting. We shall present those of our current activities which are more suited to contribute to the Atmospheric science and applications theme -particularly in the coupled feedback atmosphere/ocean/continental surfaces section- but also have strong impact in both Ocean Science and Land Science (e.g. geoinformation systems, Climate impacts on land environment,…) themes. Some examples of IGEO’s capabilities include satellite observation (e.g., InSAR, optical, gravity and magnetic), combined with in situ data, land instability and deformation as well as structures and infrastructures instability, associated to geological and antropogenic hazards. We have also developed and implemented techniques for interpretation and modeling and the different level observation and results can be implemented and distributed using the European Plate Observing System (EPOS) ESFRI infrastructure. From the climate view point, additional our main priorities should be focused on: 1) Detection of weather regimes and synoptic systems with automatic methods to better understand the atmospheric circulation variability and change, 2) Weather and climate extreme events from different perspectives, including climate change attribution to human activities, and 3) Effect of weather regimes on air pollutants such as ozone and particulate matter to establish links between atmospheric composition and circulation. IGEO is included into CSIC's Natural Resources Research Area, which gathers nearly 20 research institutes, including various singular facilities (e.g. Doñana Biological Station (EBD: http://www.ebd.csic.es) or Mediterranean Institute of Advanced Research (IMEDEA: http://imedea.uib-csic.es/centre.php), and specialized centers (e.g. Ebro Observatory (OE: http://www.obsebre.es/). We shall also provide a brief overview of the activities, projects and initiatives carried out at CSIC where ESA's EO may definitively contribute.
DescriptionTrabajo presentado en el ESA Consultation for a Regional Initiative over the Mediterranean - MED, celebrado en Frascati (Italia), del 11 al 12 de diciembre de 2018
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/188248
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