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Simulation of Past, Imminent, and Extreme
Sea Floods Considering the Uncertainty of
Terrain Elevation and Sea Level
Enviro...
The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation
HIRLAM→OAAS
Web Feature
Service
The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation
Web Feature
Service
MWxxxx → N2000
MPI + CUDA
The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation
Per
Monte
Carlo
run
The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation
The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation
The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation
The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation
Per
Monte
Carlo
run
The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation
The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation
20˚
20˚
25˚
25˚
30˚
30˚
60˚
60˚
65˚
65˚
Kemi
Oulu
Raahe
Pietarsaari
Vaasa...
The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation
Per
Monte
Carlo
run
The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation
Tiling, compression, indexing,
and publishing
Web Map Servic
ewithTime
The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation
Web Map Servic
ewithTimeWebM
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p
Service
The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation
Web Feature
Service
Web Map Servic
ewithTimeWebM
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p
Service
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Simulation of Past, Imminent, and Extreme Sea Floods Considering the Uncertainty of Terrain Elevation and Sea Level

The amount of environmental data is increasing, and the data would be valuable to the society if they are delivered to the right processes at the right time. In the seminar, we show examples of available data, how they are produced and processed, and how the data can be used in new innovative applications.

This presentation is part of the Environmental Data for Applications Seminar held on the 23rd of September 2015. The seminar was organised by the MMEA (Measurement, Measuring and Environmental Assessment) research programme under the Cleen Ltd (SHOK). The presentations are based on the research results related to environmental data interoperability. The participants included key players and partners in the field of environmental monitoring in Finland.

More info at www.mmea.fi

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Simulation of Past, Imminent, and Extreme Sea Floods Considering the Uncertainty of Terrain Elevation and Sea Level

  1. 1. Simulation of Past, Imminent, and Extreme Sea Floods Considering the Uncertainty of Terrain Elevation and Sea Level Environmental Data for Applications Seminar Janne Kovanen, Juha Oksanen, Tapani Sarjakoski 23 September 2015
  2. 2. The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation HIRLAM→OAAS Web Feature Service
  3. 3. The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation Web Feature Service MWxxxx → N2000 MPI + CUDA
  4. 4. The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation Per Monte Carlo run
  5. 5. The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation
  6. 6. The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation
  7. 7. The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation
  8. 8. The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation Per Monte Carlo run
  9. 9. The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation
  10. 10. The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation 20˚ 20˚ 25˚ 25˚ 30˚ 30˚ 60˚ 60˚ 65˚ 65˚ Kemi Oulu Raahe Pietarsaari Vaasa Kaskinen Pori Rauma Turku Hanko Helsinki Hamina Föglö
  11. 11. The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation Per Monte Carlo run
  12. 12. The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation Tiling, compression, indexing, and publishing Web Map Servic ewithTime
  13. 13. The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation Web Map Servic ewithTimeWebM a p Service
  14. 14. The uncertainty-aware flood inundation simulation Web Feature Service Web Map Servic ewithTimeWebM a p Service

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