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Bringing INnovation to onGOing water management – A better future under climate change

Deliverables

Guidelines designed to create, feed and enhance “win-win” collaborations between researchers and stakeholders

This deliverable will produce (based on BINGO experience) guidelines designed to create, feed and enhance better “win-win” collaborations between researchers and the players in society that are in need of solutions derived from research

Combined dissemination events report

This deliverable will include a report on the three dissemination events.

First version of the Exploitation Plan

This deliverable will include a draft plan for the exploitation activities of the project

Optimized water resources models to support management strategies at the six research sites

This deliverable will provide models able to link the occurrence of different climate and land/water uses patterns with water quantity and quality conditions at the six research sites

Context for risk assessment at the six research sites, including criteria to be used in risk assessment

This deliverable will provide a clear understanding of all important variables for risk assessment at the six research sites, taking into consideration the end user’s views for the choice of criteria and methodologies

Land use future scenarios prepared for the six research sites

This deliverable is a report establishing future (2015-2024) land use scenarios at the six research sites, based on socio-economic and climate factors

Complete report on the assessment of the current situation and recommendations for improvement at the research sites using the three layer framework

This deliverable provides the complete recommendations and suggestions enabling each research site to implement the best transition path for, dealing with concrete results, with the focus on decision support

Interim portfolio of actionable research problems/challenges exploitation and development

This deliverable consists of a first compilation of actionable research problems/challenges exploitation and development aiming at problem-solving cooperation between researchers and end users

Final portfolio of actionable research problems/challenges exploitation and development

This deliverable presents the final portfolio of actionable research problems/challenges exploitation and development aiming at problem-solving cooperation between researchers and end users

Prioritisation between long list of adaptation measures (process/method)

This deliverable will guide stakeholders into the choice for smart adaptation strategies, methods to define best fitting measures for risk reduction and their case study application. Both a socio-economic cost benefit analysis and a governance analysis were used to identify fitting measures to the risks posed by climate changes and the governance context in which they have to be implemented

Advice in Collaborative Management in Climate Change Adaptation.

This deliverable will share the experience of coordinating a huge variety of people, knowledges, experiences, languages, interests, perspectives, etc. providing advice and guidelines into the scope of Collaborative Management in Climate Change Adaptation

BINGO e-Book

This deliverable will communicate the most relevant lessons learned and outcomes of BINGO in an easy and attractive format to read

Report on exploitation of adaptation strategies to extreme weather events (beyond the research sites)

This deliverable elaborates on adaptation strategies to extreme weather events, promoting the transference of results to different regions/countries beyond the project research sites

Proceedings of the Final Conference

This deliverable will include a report on the final conference of the project

BINGO dissemination materials and tools (BINGO game, 3 scripts)

This deliverable will include: i) the BINGO game – meant to disseminate in a playful way what the project was about and its most successful methodologies and approaches; ii) the script “Climate Change claims for Conscious Cooperation“ contains 5 Acts for a musical representation aiming at emphasising the need for Knowledge / Communication / Cooperation for successful Climate change adaptation. Two other “Role Playing” scripts refer to: a) A young farmer gets help and inspiration from BINGO approach in Climate change adaptation (CoPs), and b) Two politicians discussing Climate Change – the sceptical one is finally convinced by the BINGO outcomes.

Compilation report on initial workshops at the six research sites

This deliverable gathers together the results from the initial workshop with end-users from different key sectors, to take place at the 6 research sites

First report on the assessment of the current situation and recommendations for improvement at the research sites using the three layer framework

This deliverable describes the current situation at each research site and provides a first approach to the recommendations for implementing concrete results

Guidance on how to use hydro models and understanding impacts

This deliverable will guide into the use of hydro models, which need to be tailored, set-up, calibrated and validated to local characteristics, such as catchments, aquifers and combined sewer networks. In BINGO, this effort has successfully been applied for 15 sites in six European countries

Dynamical downscaling to 1 km scale – method, rainstorms

This deliverable will explain the procedure developed in BINGO for estimating ensembles of extreme hydrological events. With this method, stakeholders can produce high-resolution data tailored to the specific needs of their research sites, thus enabling more realistic modelling of extremes and hence more precise predictions of the potential impacts of future extremes on their catchment .

Full and comprehensive methodology for risk management

This deliverable will explain the BINGO experience and approach that can be very relevant to other stakeholders. Although some of the methodologies are already existent, it is not common the application of risk management methods to cope with the impacts of climate change

BINGO Policy brief

This deliverable will to communicate BINGO relevant facts related to the Tagus research site to Portuguese Policy makers and to engage relevant decision makers to take the project ´s key-findings into the political agenda on Water management and climate change. Other Research Sites may follow, inspired by this Policy Brief

Final Exploitation Plan

This deliverable will include the final version of the Exploitation plan

Indicators of scenarios of risk caused by extreme weather events at the six research sites

This deliverable will integrate all the work done in WP3 and WP4 providing decision makers with indicators of scenarios of risk that may result of extreme weather events at six research sites

Report on economic and societal impacts of the proposed measures

This deliverable presents the analysis of benefits, cost simulations and social added values of the adaptation strategies and measures, summarising it in an impact evaluation of each specific measure for each research site.

Data downscaled to 12km/daily, Europe for the period 2015-2024

This deliverable consists of bias corrected surface level data from model run driven by 3-10 selected decadal predictions for 2015 to 2024, based on the MiKlip decadal prediction system regionalized to a 12km/1d resolution for the EURO-CORDEX region

Data downscaled 12km/daily, Europe, for the period 1979-2014

This deliverable consists of bias corrected surface level data from a model run driven by ERA-Interim:period1979 to 2014, at a 12km/1d resolution for the EURO-CORDEX region

Ensembles for decadal predictions extremal episodes downscaled to 1km/1h for Cyprus research site

This deliverable consists of data for selected extremal pattern episodes, downscaled from ensembles of decadal predictions with the WRF model to 1km spatial and 1h temporal resolution for the Cyprus research site

Ensembles for present climate extremal episodes downscaled to 7km/ 6h (3- 1km/ 1h); maps of return levels for Cyprus research site

This deliverable consists of data for ensembles for 4-10 present climate extremal pattern episodes (up to 15 days duration) downscaled to 7km/6h and maps of return levels for daily precipitation events for the Cyprus research site

Calibrated water resources models for past conditions at the six research sites

This deliverable consists of models for the six research sites prepared to run with downscaled present climate data for current and past conditions (1985-2014) provided by WP2

Definition of extremal patterns, test episode downscaled to 7km/6h (3-1km/1h) for all research sites

This deliverable consists of a definition of circulation patterns which are particularly prone to produce droughts/floods at the research sites and data for a single episode for these patterns downscaled and bias corrected

Portfolio of risk management and adaptation strategies for the six research sites in BINGO

This deliverable compiles existing and new adaptation measures as a result of analysis of existing knowledge and workshops with end users from the six research sites of BINGO.

Spatial stochastic precipitation generator for catchments available; Ensembles for decadal predictions extremal episodes downscaled to 7km/ 6h (3-1km/ 1h) for all research sites except Cyprus

This deliverable consists of data for selected extremal pattern episodes, downscaled from ensembles of decadal predictions It also contains a stochastic precipitation generator for the research sites with radar observations.

Characterization of the catchments and the water systems at the six research sites

This deliverable consists of models with a consistent characterization of the sixresearch site catchments, including land use, pollution sources, anthropogenic water abstractions and uses.

Maps of IDF curves (present climate; adjusted for decadal predictions)

This deliverable contains maps of IDF curves for the present climate and adjusted for decadal predictions for the research sites

Stochastic weather generator producing large ensembles for decadal predictions

This deliverable consists of data from ensembles of simulations with the stochastic weather generator with the decadal predictions as driver for the research sites

Ensembles for present climate extremal episodes downscaled to 7km/6h (3- 1km/1h); maps of return levels for all research sites except Cyprus

This deliverable consists of data for ensembles for 4-10 present climate extremal pattern episodes (up to 15 days duration) downscaled to 7km/6h and maps of return levels for daily precipitation events for all research sites except Cyprus

Improved model applications/descriptions to the six research sites based on field data

This deliverable includes the field work research results integrated into the models in order to improve the representation of specific hydrological processes at the six research sites

Model results for water and land use scenarios at the six research sites completed and analysed

This deliverable includes results and analysis of model application for the time period 2014-2025, including forecasts of water quantity and quality for the six research sites

Set up a virtual multi-stakeholder platform

This deliverable consists of a web-based discussion platform (e.platform) to be used by end users/water managers and decision makers (open to any organisation willing to participate) with the objective of strengthen and deepen the Co-Production network at each research site

Project website

This deliverable will include information on the architecture of the website as well as guidelines on how to update the website

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Publications

Dynamical downscaling of present climate extremal episodes for the BINGO research site of Cyprus

Author(s): George Zittis, Panos Hadjinicolaou, Adriana Bruggeman, Corrado Camera, Jos Lelieveld
Published in: Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 18, EGU2016-12006, 2016, 2016

Inundação das margens do estuário do Tejo: o caso da tempestade de fevereiro de 1941 (in Portuguese)

Author(s): Fortunato A.B., Freire P., Bertin X., Rodrigues M., Liberato M.L.R., Ferreira J.
Published in: Proceedings of the 4as Jornadas de Engenharia Hidrográfica, 2016

Salinity evolution in the Tagus estuary relative to climate change

Author(s): Rodrigues M., Fortunato A.B., Freire P.
Published in: Proceedings of the 4as Jornadas de Engenharia Hidrográfica, 2016

The effect of storm events in the Tagus estuarine margins

Author(s): Freire P., Fortunato A.B., Rodrigues M., Santos P.P., Rilo A., Tavares A.O.
Published in: Proceedings of the 4as Jornadas de Engenharia Hidrográfica, 2016

DECO – Extracting and converting meteorological driving data for hydrological models via a web-based platform

Author(s): Andy Richling, Madlen Fischer, Henning W. Rust, Christopher Kadow, Christos Vagenas, and Uwe Ulbrich
Published in: Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 18, EGU2016-14723, 2016 EGU General Assembly 2016, 2016

A strategy for using climate data for hydrological modelling

Author(s): Henning W. Rust, Uwe Ulbrich, Christos Vagenas, Edmund Meredith, and Komlan Agbeko Kpogo-Nuwoklo
Published in: Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 18, EGU2016-15152, 2016 EGU General Assembly 2016, 2016

Hydrological Assessment of Water Resources in Bergen

Author(s): Erle Kristvik, Birthe K. Riisnes, and Byman H. Hamududu
Published in: Vann, Issue Nummer 1, 2016 – 51. årgang, 2016, Page(s) 8-21, ISSN 0042-2592

Tree Water Dynamics in a Semi-Arid, Pinus brutia Forest

Author(s): Eliades, M., A. Bruggeman, H. Djuma, M.W. Lubczynski
Published in: Water, Issue Water 2018, 10(8), 1039, 2018, ISSN 2073-4441

The diurnal nature of future extreme precipitation intensification


Published in: ISSN 1944-8007

The added value of convection permitting simulations of extreme precipitation events over the eastern Mediterranean

Author(s): G.Zittisa, A.Bruggeman, C.Camera, P. Hadjinicolaoua, J. Lelieveldab
Published in: Atmospheric Research, Issue 191, 2017, Page(s) 20-33, ISSN 0169-8095

A classification algorithm for selective dynamical downscaling of precipitation extremes

Author(s): Meredith, E. P., Rust, H. W., and Ulbrich, U.
Published in: Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci, Issue 22, 2018, Page(s) 4183-4200, ISSN 1027-5606