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    The MED Biod iversit y Prot ect ion Know ledge Plat form Em anuele Mancosu/Sonsoles San Rom n Eu rop e a n Top ic Ce n t re Un ive rsit y o f Ma la g a (ETC-UMA)

    Brid g in g th e Sc ie n ce -Pra c t ice -Po licy Ga p in Me d it e rra n e a n Biod ive rsity Pro te c t ion 25 October 20 17, Barcelona

    MED Biod iversit y Prot ect ion Com m unit y

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    PANACeA objectives

    Aim o f th e p la t fo rm a s m a in too l to syn th e t ize

    a n d d isse m in a te sc ie n t ific kn ow le d g e a n d b e st p ra c t ice

    Biod ive rsity p ro te c t ion e ffo rt s b y th e MED

    Com m u n ity o f p ro je c t s: Mon ito rin g p ro toco ls on c lim a te ch a n g e a n d

    m a rin e lit t e r

    Ma n a g e m e n t o f Posid on ia a n d b e a ch d u n e s

    Ne w te ch n o log ie s fo r w a te r m on ito rin g

    Gove rn a n ce m od e ls fo r fish e rie s a n d w e t la n d s

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    MED Biodiversity Protection Knowledge Platform

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    MED Biodiversity Protection Knowledge Platform

    Synergies with Modular partners

    Synergies with Axis Sustainable tourism

    Synergies with the MED programme

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    General overview Inputs from MPs by type

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    MED Platform implementation

    Conceptual model - functionalities

    I. Search interface

    II. Metadata information

    III. Data preview

    IV. Data access and/or download

    V. Access to restricted data

    VI. Communication with interested users

    I. Search Engine

    II. Map Viewer

    III. Metadata catalogue

    IV. Document viewer

    V. Communication tool

    VI. Publishing/upload tool

    Conceptual model tools/modules selected

    Support the definition on what is a priority and what is not: Geodatabase, geographic data, tabular data

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    MED Platform modules

    According to the data received from the community! e.g. pilot sites of Biodiversity community

    I. Search engine

    II. Map Viewer

    III. Metadata catalogue

    IV. Document viewer

    V. Communication tool

    VI. Publishing/upload tool

    Tools versus Software solutions How good is a certain software solution at providing certain

    functionality?

    What offers the highest degree and quality of integration achieved among the selected software solutions to provide a coherent user experience?

    How complex are the configuration, integration and

    customization, to match budget available and project deadlines?

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    MED Platform search engine examples

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    MED Platform data viewer examples

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    MED Platform modules assessment

    Functionality Usability Documentation Installation Reliability Average score

    CKAN 8 9 8 6 9 7,8

    ESRI geoportal 8 6 6 6 7 7,2

    GeoNetwork 8 8 9 9 9 8,6

    GeoNode 7 9 7 7 8 7,6

    Functionality Usability Documentation Installation Reliability Average score CKAN 7 9 8 6 9 7,8 GeoNetwork 8 9 9 9 9 8,8 GeoNode 8 9 7 7 8 7,8

    Search engine

    Data viewer

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    MED Platform metadata catalogue

    Tools toward software solutions

    I. Search Engine

    II. Map Viewer

    III. Metadata catalogue

    IV. Document viewer

    V. Communication tool

    VI. Publishing/upload tool

    Contents Introduction 1. Definitions 2. What do we have? 2.1 Metadata schemas 2.2 Keywords thesauri 3. Schema implementation and compatibility 3.1 Schema comparison 3.2 Metadata profile

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    MED Platform metadata concept

    Spatial data requirements?

    Interreg MED requirements?

    Other projects requirements (e.g. BluetourMED)?

    Where is the compromise?

    Metadata: set of elements that describe a resource Metadata schema: define fields and structure of the resource information e.g. ISO 19115/19139 Metadata keywords: free text or established by a controlled vocabulary (thesaurus) e.g. GEMET, KEEP

    Software Storage Creation Import Export CKAN (with plugins) Own schema

    supporting DCAT-AP 1.1 and the most relevant fields from ISO 19139 XML

    Own schema DCAT-AP 1.1 DCAT-JSON, ISO 19139 XML

    ISO 19139, DCAT RDF

    Geonetwork (with plugins)

    Any schema can be stored

    ISO 19139 XML, Dublin Core XML, ISO 19115-3 XML, SensorML

    ISO 19139 XML, Dublin Core XML, ISO 19115-3 XML, SensorML

    ISO 19139 XML, Dublin Core XML, ISO 19115-3 XML, SensorML, DCAT RDF

    Geonode (with plugins)

    Own schema supporting most relevant fields from ISO 19139 XML

    Own schema ISO 19139 XML (subset)

    Atom, NASA DIF XML, Dublin Core XML, ebRIM XML, FGDC XML, ISO 19139 XML

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    MED Platform physical implementation

    Option 1 Option 2

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    MED Platform entry page - examples

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    MED Platform data visualization options

    Navigation through address bar

    Metadata information

    License information

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    MED Platform potential use - examples

    https://www.eea.europa.eu/ds_resolveuid/08C5534B-EB57-46F5-90DA-E6ED861806C3

    Distribution of the marine Angiosperm Posidonia oceanica and Zostera sp. in the Mediterranean, P. Panayiotides, HCMR

    POSBEMED France Italy Spain Greece Cyprus

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    Aggregation of site data to national extent data

    Source: MWO 2012

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    MED Platform potential use - examples

    Human Pressure Indicator

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    Cumulative pressure on pilot sites

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    Cumulative pressure on pilot sites on-going

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    Pilot Protected areas and participating sites

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    MED Platform data policy

    Draft prepared by ETC-UMA, and circulated among partners

    OBJECTIVE: regulating and promoting data resulting from the modular projects in axis 3.2. including data access, data sharing and data utilization of results of the MED Biodiversity Protection Community.

    Data copyright should be correctly cited when used to produce new knowledge, with an open source policy that does not allow commercial use nor sub-licensing as Interreg MED programme stated in the Programme Manual: Standard for activities and productions.

    Contents A. Introduction (PANACeA) B. Scope C. Terms and conditions (data policy) D. Access and availability (Data distribution) E. Restrictions F. Copyrights G. No Commercial Use H. No Sub-licensing or Redistribution I. License and Attribution J. Disclaimer of warranty K. Contact Information

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    Next steps: PANACeA MED platform

    PANACeA platform developments and knowledge exchanges about: Geoportals (AMAre..) Spatial data standards (EMODnet) Metadata standards Other

    20 November 2017

    Beta version of the platform

    December 2017

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    emanuele.mancosu@uma.es sonsolessanroman@uma.es

    MED Biodiversity Protection Community https://biodiversity-protection.interreg-med.eu

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    mailto:emanuele.mancosu@uma.esmailto:sonsolessanroman@uma.es

    The MED Biodiversity Protection Knowledge PlatformDiapositive numro 3MED Biodiversity Protection Knowledge PlatformDiapositive numro 5MED Platform implementationMED Platform modulesMED Platform search engine examplesMED Platform data viewer examplesMED Platform modules assessmentMED Platform metadata catalogueMED Platform metadata conceptMED Platform physical implementationMED Platform entry page - examplesMED Platform data visualization optionsMED Platform potential use - examplesDiapositive numro 17MED Platform potential use - examplesCumulative pressure on pilot sites Cumulative pressure on pilot sites on-goingPilot Protected areas and participating sitesMED Platform data policyNext steps: PANACeA MED platformDiapositive numro 24

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