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WORKING GROUP A. Chairperson: Linda Stathoplos/Orbimage Participants: Reporter: Bruce Magnell/Woods Hole Group, Inc. Cort Cooper/Chevron Texaco Duane Covert/Coastal Operations Institute Rick DeVoe/SERA-COOS John Freeman/Weather Research Center Lee Gordon/Consultant

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working group a

WORKING GROUP A

Chairperson: Linda Stathoplos/Orbimage

Participants:

Reporter: Bruce Magnell/Woods Hole Group, Inc.

Cort Cooper/Chevron Texaco

Duane Covert/Coastal Operations Institute

Rick DeVoe/SERA-COOS

John Freeman/Weather Research Center

Lee Gordon/Consultant

Mike Helmsley/Ocean.US

Mark Walquist/Wilkens Weather

Marshall Wickman/Wilkens Weather

IOOS Industry Workshop Working Group A

7 0 private sector roles

7.0 PRIVATE SECTOR ROLES

Listed 7 roles

Offered specific suggestions about some of these roles

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7.0 PRIVATE SECTOR ROLES

ADVOCACY

PARTICIPATION IN GOVERNING ASSOCIATIONS

C. PROVIDE EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES

D. PROVIDE DATA FROM OTHER SOURCES

E. PROVIDE ADDED-VALUE DATA PRODUCTS

F. PROVIDE PLATFORMS OF OPPORTUNITY

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7.0 PRIVATE SECTOR ROLES

A. ADVOCACY

Education and Lobbying by Professional Societies

AMS

NOIC

API

Etc.

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7.0 PRIVATE SECTOR ROLES

PARTICIPATION IN GOVERNING ASSOCIATIONS

Regional Associations

National Federation

If interests extend beyond local region

Why is industry participation important?

IOOS is establishing a system comparable to NWS. Industry participation is necessary to ensure that data format and display is compatible.

4. Compensation

Should private consultants be paid (expenses and/or time) to participate? Majority: No

IOOS Industry Workshop Working Group A

7 1 data sharing

7.1 DATA SHARING

Identified need for clear understanding of functions and roles

Identified required functions of Data Integration Centers

Identified responsibilities of data providers, including private industry

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7.1 DATA SHARING

A. CENTRALIZED DATA MANAGEMENT

Need for data center(s)

One national data center (NDBC model)?

If distributed, it must look and act like one unified center) – requires common formats and standards

This concept is already embedded in IOOS plans – Data Integration Centers (DICs)

DICs will be regional

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7.1 DATA SHARING

2. Functions of the DICs

Establish data collection procedures (SOP) to be followed by data providers.

Provide data QA/QC inspection in real time

Provide for permanent archiving of data

Compute primary data products in real time

Distribute data products via electronic means

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7.1 DATA SHARING

B. RESPONSIBILITIES OF DATA PROVIDERS

1. Data documentation

Demonstrate compliance with procedures to ensure quality (checklist)

metadata

2. Data availability

Specify raw data distribution restrictions (if any)?

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7 2 demonstration projects

7.2 DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS

Identified 2 projects

SURFACE CURRENT INITIATIVE

GOM CURRENT, MET and MODELING

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7.2 DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS

PURPOSE AND OBJECTIVES

Demonstrate the added value inherent in an integrated approach to IOOS

Demonstrate the value to data users

FUNDING

From NOPP

Won’t fund duplicate pilot projects

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7.2 DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS

B. GOM CURRENT AND MET SYSTEM

Oil Industry Contribution

~ 30 ADCPs on rigs and platforms

Install met sensors (who?)

Real-time data telemetry to shore

Integration and synthesis

Integrated data displays

Numerical eddy model (from whom?)

Eddy forecasts

IOOS Industry Workshop Working Group A

7 3 levels of advocacy

7.3 LEVELS OF ADVOCACY

LOBBYING FOR SPECIFIC AUTHORIZATION BILL(S)

PROGRAMMATIC LOBBYING

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7.3 LEVELS OF ADVOCACY

PROGRAMMATIC LOBBYING

Private (ORAP) and academic groups should approach NORLC jointly

Assist Executive and Congressional groups in budgeting, determining how money is spent, who decides, what mix of Federal vs non-Federal contributions are appropriate, etc.

Enumerate industry contributions (i.e., oil industry ADCPs), including in kind

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7 4 program communications

7.4 PROGRAM COMMUNICATIONS

Program Communications means outreach and publicity to ensure awareness of IOOS

Identified several industry-specific outreach and education avenues

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7.4 PROGRAM COMMUNICATIONS

FEED INFORMATION TO TRADE JOURNALS, PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS

1. Press releases, articles, ads (?)

Example: some articles (3 or 4?) have already been published in EOS, etc.

Should seek industry publications rather than scientific

Results of this meeting should be published

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7.4 PROGRAM COMMUNICATIONS

B. OTHER APPROACHES

1. Direct Mailing about this Workshop

Send to individuals and private organizations

Need a mailing list (may already exist at Ocean.US)

Refer to detailed meeting summary at Ocean.US

2. Pyramid approach

Each participant identify 2 other potential industry groups to IOOS

3. Web page links

IOOS to industry

Industry to IOOS

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7.4 PROGRAM COMMUNICATIONS

C. PUBLISH A PROGRAM SUMMARY

Purpose: to enable industries to determine how they might use data and/or add value

Data Properties

Data types

QA procedures

Availability and accessibility

3. Benefits of the data and the program

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