ANR SunRISE

Sediment fluxes, tUrbidity aNd seafloor Integrity for the MaRIne StratEgy

ANR Network - 2015-2016

 

SunRISE is an ANR network (2015-2016) that gathers a large community of French and European research laboratories, consulting companies and governing agencies in order to address

  • climate change related issues, particularly in the current context of coastal vulnerability,
  • European Directives issues, for which pertinent state indicators and monitoring strategies have to be developed.

 

SunRISE is organized around 5 workpackages (WP) aiming at identifying which are the priority research topics to address in order to tackle the following issues:

  • “sediment fluxes at a regional scale in a changing climate”, 
  • “definition of state indicators for the physical parameters describing the marine environment”.

 

The network aims at preparing proposals for future H2020 and ANR Calls.

SunRISE outline

2015_SunRISE_outline.pdf

 

French partners

 

European Partners

kick-off Meeting : Paris, March 25-26, 2015

WP1 : Priority process-oriented research topics to be addressed in order to assess sediment fluxes over the shelf - WP leader: CSIC, Spain (Miquel Canals)

WP2 : Improvement of critical observation techniques and strategies - WP leader:RBINS, Belgium (Michael Fettweiss)

WP3 :  Assessing modelling techniques and strategies - WP leader: CNR ISMAR, Italy (Christian Ferrarin)

WP4 :  Identify and activate baseline research in support of GES indicators on the physical components of the European seas - WP leader: BRGM-SHOM, France (Charlotte Vinchon, Frédéric Jourdin)

WP5 : Future project design(Horizon 2020 and/or ANR) : come up with several options, and analyze their respective benefits/drawbacks - PWP leader: IFREMER, France (Florence Cayocca)

Contact : Florence Cayocca (fcayocca@ifremer.fr)