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Sura board of trustees 5 nov 02 ocean integration richard d west rear admiral usn ret president

Consortium for Oceanographic Research and Education

SURA Board of Trustees5 Nov ‘02Ocean IntegrationRichard D. WestRear Admiral, USN (Ret.)President


What is core

Non-profit, non-governmental organization

67 member institutions representing

Academia

Federal laboratories & programs

Aquariums

What is CORE?


What is core1

What is CORE?

Research

Education

Public

Outreach

CORE

BOG

Program development

and Management

Increase

Support

CORE

HQ Staff

14

Federal

Agencies

CORE

Members

------

67

Universities

Higher

Learning

Institutions

Aquaria

Develop

Ocean

Science

Community

Consensus

Encourage

Cooperation

Articulate

& promote

Ocean Science

Needs & Goals

Build

Common

Goals

Other

Ocean & Coastal

Organizations

House

Senate

Oceans

Caucus

50+

Committees &

Subcommittees

36


Consortium for oceanographic research and education

CORE Staff Organization


Core programs

CORE Programs

http://www.nopp.org

http://www.coml.org

http://www.nosb.org

http://www.coreocean.org/deos


Oceans act 2000

Oceans Act 2000

The law establishes a Commission which, in consultation with the states, a scientific advisory panel, and the public, develops recommendations for a National Oceans Policy (due June 2003). The President has 120 days to provide Congress with proposals to implement or respond to recommendations.

The Commission is to give equal consideration to environmental, technical feasibility, economic, and scientific factors. In addition, the recommendations may not be specific to the lands or waters within a single state.


Purpose

Purpose

To establish a Commission to make recommendations for a coordinated and comprehensive national ocean policy that will promote:

  • Protection of live and property

  • Stewardship of ocean and coastal resources

  • Enhancement of maritime commerce

  • Expansion of human knowledge of the marine environment

  • Investment in technologies to promote energy and food security

  • Close cooperation among government agencies

  • U.S. leadership in ocean and coastal activities


Oceans act 2000 scope

Oceans Act 2000 - Scope

The Commission’s report is required to include a review of the following:

  • Existing and planned facilities (people, vessels, computers, satellites)

  • Existing and planned federal activities

  • Cumulative effect of federal laws

  • Supply and demand for ocean and coastal resources

  • Relationships between federal, state, and local governments, and the private sector

  • Opportunities for the investment in new products and technologies

  • State and federal integration efforts

  • Modification to federal laws and/or the structure of federal agencies

  • The effectiveness of existing federal interagency policy coordination


Ocean commissions challenges and opportunities

Ocean Commissions Challenges and Opportunities

  • Rationalize organization of Federal ocean and coastal activities

  • Integrate laws and policies

  • Ensure greater involvement of Federal, State, Regional, and Local stakeholders

  • Build the required knowledge base of ocean environment to support decision-makers

  • Increase use of science and technology to meet aforementioned challenges

  • Implement rational and coherent investment policies and plans


Consortium for oceanographic research and education

“…we have the opportunity, urged by many presenters, to develop truly integrated ocean and coastal observing and prediction systems that are more sophisticated than ever before…but will we seize the opportunity?”

US Commission on Ocean Policy, Mid-Term Report Sep ‘02


Coastal observing systems

Coastal Observing Systems

(NOAA, Navy, NASA, NSF, MMS, EPA, USGS, USCG, USACOE)

GEM - Alaska

NEPTUNE

GoMOOS

MOOS

LEO-15

DBOS

CBOS

COOS

CORMP

CARA-COOPS

SEACOOS

SCOOP

CARO-COOPS- Carolina Coastal Ocean Research and Monitoring Program

CBOS - Chesapeake Bay Observing System

COMPS - Coastal Ocean Monitoring and Prediction System

COOS - California Ocean Observing System

CORMP - Coastal Ocean Research and Monitoring Program

GEM - Gulf Ecosystem Monitoring - Alaska

DBOS- Deleware Bay Observing System

GoMOOS - Gulf of Maine Ocean Observing System

LEO-15 - Long Term Environmental Observatory

MOOS - MBARI Ocean Observing System

NGLI - Northern Gulf of Mexico Littoral Initiative

SABSOON - South Atlantic Bight Synoptic Offshore Observational Network

SEACOOS - Southeast Atlantic Coastal Ocean Observing System

WAVCIS

NGLI

TABS

SFOMC

COMPS

TCOON

SABSOON

SCOOP - Southeastern Coastal Ocean Observing System

SFOMC - South Florida Ocean Management Center

TABS - Texas Automated Buoy System

TCOON - Texas Coastal Ocean Observation Network

WAVCIS- Wave-Current Surge Information System for Coastal Louisiana


Integration

Integration


Partnership

Partnership

US GOOS

OMB

OSTP

18 Regional Observing Systems


Consortium for oceanographic research and education

National Oceanographic Partnership Program

What is NOPP?

14 Federal agencies* together providing leadership and coordination of national oceanographic research & education programs

NOPP Mission

to facilitate new interactions among federal agencies, academia & industry

to increase visibility for ocean issues on the national agenda

to achieve a higher level of coordinated effort & synergy across the broad oceanographic community

How will NOPP contribute to an Integrated Ocean and Coastal Observing System?

Ocean.US (www.ocean.us.net) was created by NOPP in late 2000 and empowered to develop a tactical plan for implementation of a national ocean observing system by 2010 and to submit this plan to Congress by April 2002. Ocean.US will convene a workshop in March 2002 to define the conventions of the national ocean observing system and will submit this plan to Congress in April 2002.

www.NOPP.org

The National Ocean Partnership Program (NOPP) has demonstrated that coalitions involving academia, government and industry can be successfully built.

*US Navy, NOAA, NSF, NASA, Dept. of Energy, EPA, US Coast Guard, USGS, DARPA, MMS, OSTP, OMB, State Dept., US Army CoE


Consortium for oceanographic research and education

IOOS

Components

  • In situ and satellite observations

  • System support

  • Research, outreach, services

Cost

Over 10 years

  • Buoys and moorings

  • Coastal mapping, bathymetry

  • Coastal monitoring

  • Drifters, gliders, AUVs

  • High frequency radar

  • Regional integration

  • Seafloor cables

  • Vessel observations

  • Water level monitoring

  • Altimeter

  • Ocean color

  • Scatterometer

  • Synthetic aperture radar

  • Platform support

  • Research

  • Sensor development

  • Communications

  • Data, computer systems

  • Outreach, product services and applications

Dollars in Millions

Fiscal Year


Consortium for oceanographic research and education

National Ocean Research

Leadership Council

(NORLC)

NOPP Organizational Structure

Ocean.US EXCOM

12 + 2

8

Federal Oceanographic Facilities Committee

(FOFC)

Interagency Working Group

(IWG)

Ocean Research Advisory Panel

(ORAP)

Ocean.US

Office

15

Program Office

(NOPPO) [CORE]


Developing the 4 d cube

Common Operational Pictures

Weapon Systems

Mission Planning Systems

GPS

Middleware

4-D CUBE

Middleware

Gateway

Gateway

  • Dedicated Sensors

  • Thru The Sensor Data

  • On scene Processing

WEN

  • Geo-temporal Tags

Dynamic Force and Threat Information

ISR / ESG / MMS collections

Developing the 4-D Cube

NOAA / NASA / EPA / USGS …

Foundational GI&S Data

(Static Characterization)

States

Space (Astrometry)

Imagery

Atmosphere

Characterization

Navy

Industry

Ocean Characterization

Data Management

Nav Data

MMS

NIMA

Imagery

Terrain

Ship of Opportunity Program

GoMOOS, NGLI, Caro-COMP, etc.

ARGO

NCEP, ECMWF


Consortium for oceanographic research and education

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Suite 800

Washington, DC 20036

(202) 332-0063

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