Prototype of a European Coastal Climate Service

This work-package aims to convey the coastal climate information collected, developed and integrated at a pan-European scale from a standardized scientific format to a user-friendly prototype. The objective of the prototype is to represent a common framework of a coastal climate service focusing on stakeholder demands localized. The tools to be developed in this WP are (i) a smart data model infrastructure, (ii) a European coastal climate atlas, and (iii) a decision support tool.
The Web-portal will be a web service with open access where the user can easily get coastal climate data for a specific coastal or offshore location in Europe. ECLISEA proposes a collaborative approach for the development of a common European core data service providing free access to coastal climate information. To achieve this goal and make the application reasonably fast we will use cloud technology with access to several servers of different institutions and parallel processing.

The activities to develop the web-portal are grouped in three tasks:

5.1. The infrastructure in support to coastal climate services

Jupyter notebooks for ECLISEA API data access – HERE

5.2. A European coastal climate web atlas


Storm Surge Monitor – HERE 

Sea Level Monitor – HERE

5.3. The Coastal Climate Simulator

Impact Tool – HERE




  • The project has officially ended in April 2021.
  • The scientific publications related to the project are now available HERE
  • The database of historical and climate projected Sea Surface Dynamics as well as coastal impact indicators are available HERE


European advances on CLImate Services for Coasts and SEAs


Project ECLISEA is part of ERA4CS

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Project ECLISEA is part of ERA4CS, an ERA-NET initiated by JPI Climate, and funded by UC-IHC, HZG, BRGM, NCSRD and CNRS and co-funding  by the European Union.