IC GS. OneGeology. Ian Jackson, March 2007. IC GS. Introduction to OneGeology And this Workshop and the week ahead. Ian Jackson, March 2007. Thank you. John Broome, ESS, Canada Harvey Thorleifson, AASG, USA Kathryn Bull, BGS, UK Jenny Forster, BGS, UK Katy Booth, BGS, UK
Ian Jackson, March 2007
Introduction to OneGeology
And this Workshop and the week ahead
Ian Jackson, March 2007
John Broome, ESS, Canada
Harvey Thorleifson, AASG, USA
Kathryn Bull, BGS, UK
Jenny Forster, BGS, UK
Katy Booth, BGS, UK
Marie Cowan, BGS, UK
(OneGeology Workshop Organising Team)
A project to make web-accessible the best available geological map data worldwide at a scale of about 1:1 million, as a Geological Survey contribution to the International Year of Planet Earth
Just an idea
March - August 2006
September – December 2006
International Workshop ….and Project …
Who is involved?
International Year of Planet Earth (IYPE)
International Consortium of
Commission for the Geological Map of the World (CGMW)
International Steering Committee for Global Mapping (ISCGM)
International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS)
Co-ordinating Committee for Geoscience Programmes in East and Southeast Asia (CCOP) www.ccop.org.th/
Commission for the Management and Application of Geoscience Information (CGI)
International Lithosphere Program
Surveys and organisations who are participating
Who is involved?Participating nations:
Steering Group “Transparent Earth”
CGMW 5-25 proposal
Teams and CGMW
OneGeology in context
Geological surveys and geoscientists around the world have a responsibility to:
How we plan to do it(in simple terms)
Plan and Develop
OneGeology project stages
Science and technology
The UK Workshop
Tuesday 13 March
MorningWelcome, scene-setting and introducing OneGeology.
AfternoonInitial break-out discussions on OneGeology.
Related projects and initiatives.
Wednesday 14 March
Morning Interoperability and future aspirations.
Focused OneGeology Break-out sessions.
Afternoon Field Trip.
Thursday 15 March
Morning Break-out groups’ presentations and discussions.
AfternoonBreak-out groups’ reports.
Related proposals and initiatives.
Friday 16 March
Morning 2 Parallel sessions A: Workshop progress and plans.
B: GeoSciML course.
Afternoon Departures.Geology Workshop programme at a glance
0900 – 0915 Workshop Welcome Address and Chair Peadar McArdle
0915 – 0945 Introduction to OneGeology Ian Jackson
0945 – 1030 Statements by representatives of global bodies
1030 – 1055 Global Mapping and the lessons learned Fraser Taylor
1055 – 1100 Questions
1100 – 1120 Coffee break
1120 – 1140 The OneGeology project Ian Jackson
1140 – 1150 Questions
1150 – 1215 Introduction to the geological specification Harvey Thorleifson
1215 – 1225 Questions
1225 – 1250 Introduction to the informatics, data & technology John Broome
1250 – 1300 Questions
1300 – 1345 Lunch
1345 – 1400 ‘Break-out’ briefing Harvey Thorleifson
1400 – 1450 Break-out table discussions of the morning’s presentations
1450 – 1600 Report back of Break-out table discussions
1600 – 1620 Coffee break
1620 – 1700 Antarctica and marine domains Phil Leat and Colin Jacobs
1700 – 1715 Questions and discussion
1715 – 1735 A national contribution to OneGeology — the example of the Italian national map database Leonello Serva
Related projects and initiatives
1735 – 1750 CGMW and its role in Transparent Earth Jean-Paul Cadet
1750 – 1810 The CGMW 25 million and1 million proposal Philippe Rossi
1810 – 1815 Close of day summary and briefing Peadar McArdle
1930 Dinner & Geo-quiz & Scotland’s Geology in Spirit
Summary and where we are now
OneGeology will ……
One Geology is about ……
Progress in 56 weeks (6 February 2006 – 13 March 2007)
Think how much we can achieve together in the next 56 weeks!