Exploitation and dissemination activities will proceed in parallel ways from the first year of the Project. Different groups, organisations and individuals need to be informed and addressed in a different way. According to the purpose if the dissemination (awareness raising, informing, engaging) different instruments should be used. The communication activities will be addressed to the scientific community and policymakers. Below communication activities are shown schematically as audience, purpose and communication method respectively.
• LIFE-REMY web-site
• Notice boards
• LIFE-REMY layman’s report in paper and electronic version
• LIFE-REMY presentation
• Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn profiles
• Press releases
• Local workshops and seminars
• Video conferences
• Scientific publications
• E-mail newsletter
• LIFE-REMY final conference
• Project visual identification
Local/Regional/National emission inventory discrepancies and integration improvement also through an online web tool
An overview of the available BU in geographically distributed regions of interest (Southern Poland, Barcelona and Po Valley) inventories, as well as the comparison of TD and BU approaches, will be accomplished. Also, available TD inventories will be analyzed for all regions of interest. The results will serve as a base for further analysis planned in the scope of Action A.2.
– An online web-based tool will be designed with the purpose to refine (relocating) low-resolution inventories and further to combine with high-resolution inventories. The relocation of lower solution emission will be based on available proxy land use/landcover information assigned to particular activity sectors (most probably GNFR).
– For models dealing with biogenic emissions and option to relocate global/regional biogenic estimates according to land use/vegetation type will be prepared. It is assumed that modelling studies using relocated low-resolution emission will show:
• Different results than using original low-resolution emissions
• The better spatial pattern of pollutants concentration on the region’s boundaries
• Better agreement of AQ modelling results with observations