Database on measurements made at land-based sites. Data include TGM, GEM, GOM, PBM, HGT, MeHg in precipitation as well meteorological parameters.
Database on measurements in water (DGM, HgT, HgR, MeHg, DMeHg) and air (TGM, GEM, GOM, PBM) made along cruise campaigns.
Database on tropospheric Hg measurement made along long-range and regional flights. It includes phisical and chemical ancillary parameters.
The GMOS near-real- time monitoring network provides measurements on Total and Speciated Mercury at ground-based sites.
Database on mercury emissions from antropogenic and natural sources. It includes also re-emissions from oceans and lands.
The GMOS Mercury Modelling Task Force (GMOS MMTF) is a scientific cooperative initiative aimed at the application of chemical transport models
The GMOS Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) was
developed in order to assure a timely and up-to-date sharing of
information on mercury in the environment, including humans.
A number of specific databases have been collected and/or developed, harmonized and catalogued (i.e. provided with metadata) and are published following ISO standards.
A set of tools have been developed and released as web services in order to make simpler use of database from client side and to facilitate their update from server side.
The GMOS Data Quality Management (G-DQM) was developed following
Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and enables the quality
control of raw data retrieved from near real-time monitoring
The GMOS Statistics (G-STAT) is a tool that enables monitoring
of connection with GMOS sites. It retreive the dataset
consistency and the last update done manually or automatically.
The GMOS System Integration (G-SI) helps the management of
connections with monitoring sites. It can switch on or off the
connections, control downloaded files and update their storage
in the raw database.
The GMOS e-logbook tool (G-el) helps the maintainance of
instruments by enabling periodical checks following Standard
Operating Procedures established within the Consortium. This
tool interacts with the G-DQM for Data Quality Control.
This service enables the view of near real-time monitoring
instruments. Data are not validated.