T6.1 - Scientific reviews and reporting [Months: 1-48]  SMHI
Timely and good quality reports on the scientific progress of the project and interfacing with the REA will be the
responsibility of the coordinator and he will be assisted by allocated scientists in the WP. The scientific parts of the
reporting will be collected amd compiled for submission to REA. Scientific issues will be followed up and reviewed
and presented to the REA.
This task will ensure the specific obligations deriving from the REA Grant Agreement, in terms of reporting
on science-results communication and general management procedures. It will inform the REA of project
achievements and any deviations from the agreed plans, In case of major difficulty; it will carry out a dialogue with
the REA in order to find the appropriate solution. The establishment of routines will ensure efficient communication
between and among the project partners, the associated experts, the REA and other partners.

T6.2 - Scientific management and internal communication [Months: 1-48]  SMHI
The Coordinator will closely monitor the scientific progress and follow up through regular MST meetings (telephone
or in connection with other meetings). News about the project will be published on the UERRA web site with news
items and newsletters.
The Coordinator will schedule, organize, chair and follow up the Kick-off meeting.
The WP scientific meetings will be attended as much as possible.
The Coordinator will represent UERRA in external meetings and conferences.

T6.3 - Ensure the appropriate level of consultation with the External Scientific Advisory Board (ESAB)
[Months: 1-48]  SMHI

It is essential and helpful for the project that it receives independent advice and feedback from the ESAB, both on
the scientific progress and on the technical and user oriented aspects. Also the bridge towards a future Copernicus
climate change service will be aided by the expert advice. The Coordinator and the Project Administration
will ensure that consultations and meetings are organised in an efficient manner and that the Board receives
appropriate information and that the subsequent recommendations of the ESAB are acted on.