EFAS relies on hydro-meteorological observations, numerical weather predictions and satellite images to produce, enrich and validate its products, improving their accuracy and reliability. In situ monitoring of hydrological and meteorological variables are particularly crucial for the EFAS model input, calibration, validation and post-processing.
Any contribution (data and verification) from data providers are very welcome and greatly recognised by the EFAS consortium, the Copernicus EMS and the Copernicus program. Your contribution through data sharing has a direct impact on the quality and reliability of the EFAS products and services.
In situ data access and use is governed by a EUMETNET licens agreement which has been developed together with the Copernicus in situ component and applies to all Copernicus services.
More information on data sharing with EFAS can be found on the EFAS website.