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WTF-CEOP Task Team Table of Contents. WTF-CEOP Project Task Team Overall Status. WGISS-24 meeting October 15, 2007 Satoko Horiyama MIURA / JAXA. Contents. Brief Project Description Overall Status GEO-level Status Projected end date. WTF-CEOP Task Team (from Task Team Template).

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Wtf ceop task team table of contents

WTF-CEOP Task Team

Table of Contents


Wtf ceop project task team overall status

WTF-CEOP Project Task TeamOverall Status

WGISS-24 meeting

October 15, 2007

Satoko Horiyama MIURA / JAXA


Contents

Contents

  • Brief Project Description

  • Overall Status

  • GEO-level Status

  • Projected end date

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Wtf ceop task team from task team template

WTF-CEOP Task Team(from Task Team Template)

  • Purpose

    • To provide assistance to the CEOP science community in the development of data services associated with CEOP data integration.

  • Goals and how they relate to WGISS

    • Develop a WTF-CEOP system, based on existing CEOS WGISS member tools and technology, for distribution of CEOP data, including:

      • Support gathering satellite data from providers (JAXA, NASA, ESA, EUMETSAT)

      • Support data discovery (search for CEOP data)Support data selection (through menu selection)Provide basic functions: plotting, viewing data, comparing data, downloading data

      • Provide data integration functions: methods of integration of in-situ, model output and satellite data.

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Wtf ceop system overview

WTF-CEOP System Overview

Web Browser

  • Users can access;

  • The data located in distributed archive centers

  • The data which is temporally and geospatially coordinated

JAXA Prototype:

“Distributed Data Integration Prototype System for CEOP ”

CSDIC Archive [Satellite]

(Japan)

NCAR Archive [In-situ]

(U.S.)

Live Access Server

(LAS)

Ferret

MPI Archive

[MOLTS, Model Output]

(Germany)

WCS Server

(satellite data)

NASA Bridge

CEOP Data Archives

OPeNDAPInterface

Custom Interface

NASA Prototype:

A bridge between DODS formatted data requests and OGC WCS servers

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Overall status

Overall Status

  • Prototype development is on-going

  • FY2008 budget (both for JAXA and NASA) is still unknown (high possibility)

  • WTF-CEOP TT Teleconference on September 27th

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Geo level status wa 06 05 in situ water cycle monitoring 1 3

GEO Level Status WA-06-05 : In-situ Water Cycle Monitoring (1/3)

  • Description of the Work to be Performed

    • Produce an inventory of in-situ networks, their logistical infrastructure, and potential for synergies with other in-situ measurements. See AR-06-07 and AR-06-08 concerning water observations.

    • Based on the result of GEOSS Water Cycle Observation Workshop in November 2005, provide input to the new Observations Council on in-situ water cycle observations and assess the degree to which recommendations are acted upon.

    • Establish a process for providing input to this group on an on-going basis.

    • Enhance the water cycle observation capability for monitoring long-term changes in the global water system and their feedback into the climate system.

    • Improve the interoperability of observing systems, and standardization of metadata for data sharingof crucial data for sustainable development of water resources and improvement of water management practices

    • Make progress in product development of the global near real-time river runoff network, advocate sharing of telecommunication infrastructure and joint know-how.

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Geo level status wa 06 05 in situ water cycle monitoring 2 3

GEO Level Status WA-06-05 : In-situ Water Cycle Monitoring (2/3)

  • Output & Deliverables

    • Progress in product development of the global near real-time river runoff network, further standardization of metadata and protocols for hydrological data sharing in collaboration with WIS, advocation of sharing of telecommunication infrastructure and joint know-how in WHYCOS Hydrological Information systems

    • An inventory for in situ networks, their logistical infrastructure and their potential for synergy with other in situ measurements.

    • A process for providing input to the new Observations Council on in-situ water cycle observations.

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Geo level status wa 06 05 in situ water cycle monitoring 3 3

GEO Level Status WA-06-05 : In-situ Water Cycle Monitoring (3/3)

  • The requests from WA-06-05 team (at least so far) is to list up in-situ measurement system to create inventories of in-situ observation.

  • According to the “outputs” of the task sheet, the standardization will be done in collaboration with WIS, WMO system.

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Wtf ceop task team table of contents

GEO Level Status WA-07-02 : Satellite Water Quantity Measurements and Integration with In-situ Data (1/2)

  • Description of the Work to be Performed

    • Develop an operational mechanism to provide water level observations in rivers, lakes/reservoirs and estuaries from satellite observations to support the upgrade of deficient run-off water gauge networks. Combine different types of satellite data that are relevant for water quantity measurements (snow water equivalent, streamflow) with in-situ observations for better accuracy and global coverage. Produce an implementation plan for a broad and operational global water cycle data integration system that combines in-situ, satellite data and model outputs.A international symposium is proposed to be held to assess techniques and their maturity for transitions to operations. A workshop is planned in 2007.

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Wtf ceop task team table of contents

GEO Level Status WA-07-02 : Satellite Water Quantity Measurements and Integration with In-situ Data (2/2)

  • Output & Deliverables

    • Nothing on the latest task sheet !

  • Current Status

    • Jul 07: The WMO is cooperating with the European Space Agency (ESA) on the availability of altimetry data for WHYCOS projects, in which the focus is on combining these remotely-sensed data with in-situ water level observational data of major trans-boundary rivers.

    • Jul 07: The proposed HARON project (see WA-06-05) will contribute integrated in-situ and remotely-sensed hydro-meteorological data at points around the globe, and is therefore complementary to WA-07-02.

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Geo level status next step for wa 06 05 wa 07 02

GEO Level StatusNext step for WA-06-05 & WA-07-02

  • The Latest information from Prof.Koike (as of Oct.14th , today !)

    • The progress of WA-07-02 was pended due to the IGWCO (IGOS Water Cycle Theme) future plan (=merging to GEO).

    • The new task, WA-08-P1, is now being proposed and probably authorized at GEO plenary in Nov., 2007.

    • WA-08-P1 includes WA-06-05 & WA-07-02.

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Wtf ceop task team table of contents

GEO Level StatusWA-08-P1 : Integration of In-situ and Satellite Data for Water Cycle Monitoring <for your reference only> (1/3)

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Wtf ceop task team table of contents

GEO Level StatusWA-08-P1 : Integration of In-situ and Satellite Data for Water Cycle Monitoring <for your reference only> (2/3)

  • Description of the Work to be Performed

    • The first phase of HERON will comprise the upgrading and sustained maintenance of a core network of 380 major global run-off stations which monitor continental freshwater fluxes into the world’s oceans forming part of the GTN-R network. (15 months)

    • The second phase will comprise the combination and phased integration of hydro-meteorological and other related in-situ components, such as water storage in lakes and reservoirs, groundwater, water quality, and soil moisture, with satellite observations. In addition, the observational requirements for coastal zone and ocean management will be assessed. One or more pilot projects will be established in a large basin to show the feasibility of integrated in-situ sites with satellite information. The development, dissemination, and application of dedicated HERON products for priority user sectors will be initiated. (15 months)

    • Finally, the third phase will consolidate the integration development process and application of user-oriented information products that make full use of the wealth of observations made accessible by HERON, within a modeling and forecasting framework. (24 months)

    • Furthermore, an implementation plan will be produced for a broad global water cycle data integration system combining water cycle in-situ, satellite data, and model prediction outputs.

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Wtf ceop task team table of contents

GEO Level StatusWA-08-P1 : Integration of In-situ and Satellite Data for Water Cycle Monitoring <for your reference only> (3/3)

  • Output & Deliverables

    • Access to Earth observation tools for water resource management, especially in developing countries.

    • Global monitoring of the temporal and spatial variability of the freshwater resources.

    • Interoperability of observing systems.

    • Standardization of metadata for data sharing, and a broad global water cycle data integration system.

    • Hydrological forecasts in water resource-management.

    • Improved global water quality monitoring for drinking and recreation.

    • New/better satellite techniques for water storage determination.

    • Achieving an integrated approach to hydroclimatological monitoring activities that incorporates measurement of ground and surface water quantity and quality, and the application of new technology for measuring and managing surface water, groundwater, and water quality.

  • Recommendation from WTF-CEOP TT

    • To wait for the authorization of the task sheet.

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Geo level status wa 07 01 global water quality monitoring 1 2

GEO Level Status WA-07-01 : Global Water Quality Monitoring (1/2)

  • Description of the Work to be Performed

    • Many aspects of water quality monitoring and assessment, both in-situ and remotely sensed are severely deficient. Many countries lack the technical, institutional, and financial resources to conduct proper assessments using in-situ water quality monitoring methods for terrestrial sources and in the coastal ocean. Remote-sensed operational systems of global-scale freshwater quality are non-existent.

    • Operational observation systems need to be developed, and the resulting information systems should be made compatible and interoperable as part of the system of systems.

    • This Task is built on the outcomes of the water quality workshop in 2007 (GEO Inland and Coastal Water Quality workshop) and first pilot projects are being planned to begin in Asia as a result of the Asia Water Resource Management Capacity Building Workshop.

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Geo level status wa 07 01 global water quality monitoring 2 2

GEO Level Status WA-07-01 : Global Water Quality Monitoring (2/2)

  • Output & Deliverables

    • Nothing on the latest task sheet !

  • Current Status

    • Jul07: Steven Greb (IGWCO) has been participating in 2 NASA grants, examining lake and reservoir water quality using Landsat and MODIS.

    • Jul 07: Discussions are underway with Japan regarding a capacity building water quality proposal for Southeast Asia. Also, capacity building proposals for other regions, such as Africa and Latin America, are being considered.

  • TASK POC is IGWCO ! -> May be being pended also...

  • Recommendation from WTF-CEOP TT

    • To wait for the next update of the task sheet.

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Geo level status summary

GEO Level Status : Summary

Because…

  • WTF-CEOP TT does not have enough resources to take “positive actions” for participating GEO Tasks.

  • WTF-CEOP TT will close in the next year (see the next slide).

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Project end date

Project End Date

  • At WGISS-23, WTF-CEOP TT proposed to have its project-end date.

  • The “latest end date” is March 2009, due to budget limitation.

Current Plan

WTF- CEOP TT will be closed at

the WGISS-26 meeting.

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