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Ocean Remote Sensing, June 30, 2006. FY06 Milestones Oct 1 to Jun 30 Milestones (Planned =13); Completed = #. FY06 Corporate Performance Measures. G. G. Green = Performance Met; Grey = no performance expected yet. Green = Performance Met Yellow = Performance Discrepancy

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Ocean Remote Sensing, June 30, 2006

FY06 MilestonesOct 1 to Jun 30 Milestones (Planned =13); Completed = #

FY06 Corporate Performance Measures

G

G

Green = Performance Met; Grey = no performance expected yet

Green = Performance Met Yellow = Performance Discrepancy

Blue = No Performance ExpectedRed = Performance Achieved Ahead of Schedule

G

G

Budget / Funding FY2006

Key Issues / Risks / Variances

Issues – Delay in transition for primary productivity research product online for public evaluation. Delay in processed next version NOAA WindSAT EDR’s release.

Risks – Inability to BOP funds electronically is a significant speed bump for timely execution

Variances –


Ocean Remote Sensing (part 2)

  • Performance Measures

  • Annually, maintain the quality of NOAA operational satellite ocean remote sensing products for 100% of NOAA’s operational satellite ocean remote sensing data streams.

    • MOBY has completed eighth year as the primary vicarious calibration source for ocean color satellite data

    • Two GOES and two POES SST sensors were calibrated and maintained.

  • Annually, develop one new, or improved, technique, algorithm, product, service for satellite ocean remote sensing.

    • Developed new high-resolution landmask for Coral Reef Watch products (3/06)

    • Launched Coral Reef Watch gridded data product suite (3/06)

  • Milestones

  • Establish NOAA CoastWatch East Coast Node. Launch date scheduled for June 29, 2006.

  • Establish China CoastWatch.

  • Implement MSG SSTs as pre-operational.

  • Implement FY2-C SSTs as a new experimental geostationary data stream. Canceled.

    • We will not be generating SSTs from this satellite. OSDPD will not ingest this data due to bad calibration problems on the IR channels that cannot be resolved. FY2-D is due for launch in the Fall of 2006. If the calibration is good, OSDPD will ingest the data and this will allow SST generation.

  • GOES Front product transitioned to operational demonstration status.

  • Validate wave state products.

  • Demonstration of ALOS PALSAR L-band imagery for sea ice mapping at NIC.

Variance

Funding (K)


Elevated NESDIS Milestones


STAR Level FY06 Milestones


STAR Level FY06 Milestones cont’d…


STAR Level FY06 Milestones cont’d…


Highlights


July Milestones to come…

  • Ocean bottom roughness product demonstration.

  • Operational calibration and QA for Jason-2.


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