GHG Europe

GHG-Europe Deliverables

The list of deliverables is not updated regularly, but at least every 18 months after each project reporting.

No.
Description
Delivery month
Status

D1.1

Workshop on recent and past agricultural management (tillage practice, fertiliser application, harvest rates)

7

postponed to month 26

D1.2

Complete European harmonized driver maps and time series for natural drivers including direct and diffuse radiation for past, present and future

12

D1.2a,

D1.2b (diffuse radiation) postponed to month 24

D1.3

Complete driver maps for forest type, forest age class distribution, harvest and disturbance for Europe for past, present and future

18

D1.4

Complete improved driver maps and monthly time series for reduced and oxidised wet and dry N deposition for European scale for past, present and future

18

D1.5

Complete compilation of new improved maps of European land use changes between 1900 and 2006/2010

18

D1.6

Complete driver maps for agricultural management practice for past to present

18

postponed to month 24

D1.7

Complete socio-economic driver maps with high accuracy for 1990-2020 and lower accuracy for 1950-1990

18

postponed to month 23

D1.8

Updated driver maps of application rates from inorganic and organic fertiliser in agricultural systems since 1950 for European level

24

D1.9

Complete quantitative assessment of the annual to decadal variability in drivers, hotspots of changes and the temporal magnitude of regional trends and variability in natural drivers, visualized in driver change maps for decadal periods from 1900 to 2010

36

D2.1

Workshop on the effect of land use changes on GHG fluxes

6

D2.2

Complete the set up of 12 GHG measuring sites along a Romanian forest management gradient

7

D2.3

Workshop on the effect of agricultural management on GHG fluxes

12

D2.4

Complete updated data base on GHG fluxes in forests

12

D2.5

Complete synthesis of GHGs in peatlands as affected by land management and climate drivers

14

D2.5a,

D2.5b postponed to month 26

D2.6

Complete and deliver to data base at least 20 site years of CO2 flux data from at least 6 different scrubland sites

24

D2.7

Complete analysis of fire impact on C and N cycles (woody encroachment) over 10 years from 18 experimental burnt sites

24

D2.8

Complete pan-European soil C sampling and synthesis on the impact of different land use changes

30

D2.9

Complete comparison and validation of three peatland models

36

D2.10

Complete assessment of forest management's impact on Romanian forest

36

D2.11

Complete synthesis of European agricultural management impacts on GHG fluxes

36

D2.12

Complete synthesis of processes affected by N deposition in forests including new data from resampled 15N deposition experiment

36

D2.13

Complete synthesis in Mediterranean shrublands and woody enchroachments impact on GHG fluxes

36

D3.1

Annual datasets of GHG fluxes at site level from six selected regions

24

D3.2

Magnitude and variability of GHG fluxes at site level from six selected regions

24

D3.3

Complete compilation of existing data from flux towers and chambers, biomass inventories and soil C stocks of the 6 data rich regions

24

D3.4

Database of high resolution meteorological data for six selected regions

24

D3.5

Magnitude of lateral exchange fluxes for the six regions

36

D3.6

Complete regional scale estimates of the impact on land management on GHG budgets in 6 selected regions

36

D3.7

Complete regional scale estimates of the uncertainty of GHG balances

36

D3.8

Inverse atmospheric inversions for two regions

36

D3.9

Complete the assessment of the decadal scale variability of GHG fluxes in the selected six regions

40

D3.10

Complete the vulnerability assessment of the effect of changes in land management for 6 selected regions

40

D4.1

Complete sectorial model evaluation using data collated from previous projects

12

D4.2

Complete attribution analysis for each plot scale site from pervious projects using each sectoral model

24

D4.3

Complete attribution analysis for each GHG-Europe data rich region using each sectoral model

30

D4.4

Complete plot and regional level sensitivity analysis

33

D4.5

Complete sectoral model evaluation using data collected during the project

36

D4.6

Complete pan-European sectoral attribution analyses and deliver to WP 6

38

D4.7

Complete comparison of pan-European sectoral attribution analyses with top-down analyses from WP5

40

D5.1

Protocols for site scale simulations of fluxes with data oriented models

6

D5.2

Protocols for factorial experiments with LPGml and ORCHIDEE

6

D5.3

Protocols for land use change and management model evaluation and site simulations in WP2 and 3

6

postponed to month 26

D5.4

Complete generic and data oriented model evaluation using data collected from previous projects

12

D5.4a completed,

D5.4b postponed to month 24

D5.5

Mid-term synthesis of GHG-Europe results as two scientific publications

21

D5.6

Delivery of complete functional relationships and spatio-temporal patterns for the future vulnerability analysis

26

D5.7

Complete model evaluation using data collected during the project

36

D5.8

Complete European time-varying gridded maps of main carbon stocks and fluxes quantified sensitivity to climate, CO2, nitrogen, land use, and land management intensity

38

D5.9

Complete comparison of model results between ecosystem models and data oriented models and with top-down analyses from WP5

40

D5.10

Final synthesis on the manageability of European terrestrial GHG emissions

42

D6.1

Detailed report on Policy Implications for Post Kyoto policies

6

D6.2

Database on EU-Policy Scenario Results. Major environmental, societal, market, and technological impacts

6

D6.3

Documentation of scenario analysis. A detailed description of the flow of information through the coupled models plus illustration using early specified scenario

12

D6.4

Database on Long-term Climate Policy Scenario Results. Major environmental, societal, market, and technological impacts in electronic data base format

36

D6.5

Database Vulnerability Scenario Results. Major environmental, societal, market, and technological impacts in electronic data base format

36

D6.6

Summary Report for Policy Makers on policy assessment and implications

42

D7.1

Workshop with modellers an experimentalists to set up an effective data base system including parameter uncertainties and reproduceble model run parameters

2

D7.2

Report on the workshop results with instructions for data acquisition and delivery4

D7.3

Prototype of the database system (Database structure ready with an example of each dataset type)

12

D7.4

Heterogeneous data uncertainty protocol

12

postponed to month 26

D7.5

Prototype of the QA/QC tools

18

postponed to month 23

D7.6

Storage of uncertainty meta-data in a standardized from in the project database

18

postponed to month 26

D7.7

First version of the standardized and quality controlled data in the database

24

D7.8

Representation of model experiments and results in a reproducible format in the data base

30

D7.9

Complete tools for assessing parameter distribution and geostatistical geostatistics tools

30

D8.1

Implementation of web page

2

D8.2

Organization of kick-off meeting

2

D8.3

Press releases or press conference after the kick-off meeting

2

D8.4

Project period reports to commission

18

D8.5

Organization two progress meetings

14

D8.6

Annual policy briefing documents of project results

14

postponed to month 23

D8.7

Participation of Participants at Conference of the Parties (COP) meetings for post-2012 negotiations

12/24/36

D8.8

Side event at Conference of the Parties (COP) to present project results (December 2011)

12/24

no side event organised due to slow negotiation status

D8.9

Open science conference on European GHG fluxes together with final project meeting

38

D8.10

Brochure explaining the scientific findings to the broad public and to secondary schools

30


EU contract No. 244122

News

Project finished in September 2013  [more]

Imer D, Merbold L, Eugster W, Buchmann N (2013)  [more]

Luyssaert, S., G. Abril, et al. (2012)  [more]

Merbold L, Steinlin C, Hagedorn F (2013)   [more]

Mohn J, Steinlin C, Merbold L, Emmenegger L, Hagedorn F (2013)   [more]

Nabuurs G-J, Lindner M, Verkerk PJ, Gunia K, Deda P, Michalak R, Grassi G (2013)  [more]

Scott RL, Serrano-Ortiz P, Domingo F, Hamerlynck EP, Kowalski AS (2012)  [more]

Wolf S, Eugster W, Ammann C, Haeni M, Zielis S, Hiller R, Stieger J, Imer D, Merbold L, Buchmann N (2013)   [more]

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GHG-Europe at a glance

Fundingsource: EU (FP7)
EC-contribution: 6.6 Mio.€
Duration: 2010-2013
Consortium: 41 partners, 15 countries
Coordinator: A. Freibauer (TI)