The ISIREMM project, funded under the INCO Copernicus framework,
will design, develop, implement, and test
over a period of three years and in close cooperation
between EU and NIS partners,
an environmental management information system combining recent
results of the FW4 Environmental Telematics Programme with specifc
developments in modeling and monitoring from a number of NIS institutions.
The basic approach of ISIREMM is to integrate simulation modeling with
a wide range of monitoring technologies in order to fully exploit all
available information resources for environmental management
and make the best possible use of the available data.
Major developments in ISIREMM include LIDAR,
photometer (all sky camera) and SODAR implementations,
including their integration into a mobile unit;
integration of the monitoring data and satellite imagery
with a new generation of 3D aerothermochemistry models
based on local and remote (volumetric) sensor (stationary and mobile)
data flows for city scale pollutant transport and transformation;
and the integration of these components into an interactive
decision support system with a public information system component.
In collaboration with partners in Greece, France, Russia,
Belarus, and Kazakstan, the system will be implemented,
tested, and evaluated with the Natural Resources Department of
the Tomsk Regional Administration, Tomsk, Siberia.