PROFILE

Established at 1872, DMI is a governmental institute responsible for meteorological, oceanographic and climatic services in Denmark. DMI is a member of WMO, ECMWF, EUMETnet, EuroGOOS and EUMETSAT.

INVOLVEMENT IN CLAIM

In CLAIM, DMI will develop advanced modelling technology for predicting the movements of micro- and macro-plastics. DMI also leads WP1: Innovative Monitoring and Modelling Technologies and contributes to plastic litter scenario analysis.

INFRASTRUCTURE

The following infrastructures will be used for the CLAIM project: DMI high resolution weather forcing, DMI operational ocean-ice coupled model HBM, DMI operational wave model WAM, DMI model system for SPM modelling: HBM-WAM-SPM, DMI Supercomputer Cray X30 and X52

KEY SCIENTISTS INVOLVED

Jun She

js [at] dmi [dot] dk

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Organisation: Danish Meteorological Institute

Position: Chief Consultant

Expertise: Observing system design, ocean-wave modelling and coupling processes

Involvement in CLAIM: CLAIM Steering Group (WP1 leader), historical dataset, mapping plastic sources in Baltic Sea (WP1), plastic modelling applications (WP4)

Jens Murawski

jmu [at] dmi [dot] dk

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Organisation: Danish Meteorological Institute

Position: Senior scientist

Expertise: 
Ocean-ice-wave-SPM modelling, ocean-wave coupling

Involvement in CLAIM: Baltic Sea micro-plastic drift modelling (WP1), physical modelling for macroplastic simulations (WP1/WP4), and microplastic scenario simulations (WP4)

Jacob Woge Nielsen

jw [at] dmi [dot] dk

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Organisation: Danish Meteorological Institute

Position: Senior scientist

Expertise: Ocean-wave modelling, storm surge modelling

Involvement in CLAIM: Mapping plastic sources (WP1), model validation (WP1)

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