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  1. Proposed “Water Portal” Project WGISS-29 meeting May 18, 2010 Satoko Horiyama MIURA JAXA/MOSS

  2. Contents Introduction Status on JAXA system Project Implementation Plan Discussion and Approval !!

  3. Introduction

  4. Name of the Portal/Project • “Water CoP Portal” => Beyond the current CEOS/WGISS functions • Water Portal => Unclear… • CEOS Water Portal => Sounds good ? • WGISS Water Portal => ?

  5. Overall Plan • Target: Researchers, Staffs for Water Management, etc • How to collaborate within WGISS ? • Option 1: Portal, including link information to “Water related services” of WGISS participants • Option 2: Collaboration with IDN team • Option 3: Cross search for Water Related Satellite data (Collaboration with WADC) • Option 4: Collaboration between Water related services • Others ??

  6. Expecting(potential) members • JAXA : Lead • NOAA • NASA • NSAU • Others ?

  7. (Expecting) Milestones • May 2010 (WGISS-29) : Project Team Approval • May 2010 (WGISS-29) ~ : Coordination among participants on “Options”. • ~Sep. 2010 (WGISS-30) : Implementation Plan Update • Oct-Nov. 2010 (CEOS Plenary & GEO Plenary) : First beta version of “CEOS Water Portal (tentative name)” • ~May 2011(WGISS-31) : IP re-update • Oct-Nov. 2011 (CEOS Plenary & GEO Plenary): Second beta version of the portal

  8. Project Implementation Plan

  9. Status of JAXA system

  10. 1. Introduction1.1 What is “JAXA Distributed Data Integration System” ? Originally developed for CEOP project (CEOP : Coordinated Energy and Water Cycle Observations Project http://www.ceop.net/) The system (aka WTF-CEOP system, http://jaxa.ceos.org/wtf_ceop/) is developed aiming to integrate various CEOP data stored in “distributed” data centers, where such system architectures as examined in CEOS/WGISS is applied.

  11. 1.2 Feature of CEOP Data and Distribution of CEOP Reference Sites (1) Major Feature of CEOP Data [Data Type] - In-situ data, - Satellite data, - Model output [Location] - CEOP Reference Sites [Period] - Phase I : 2002 - 2004, - Phase II : 2007 - 2011 (2) Global Distribution of CEOP Reference Sites Phase I period (2002-2004) : 35 CEOP Reference Sites Phase II period (2007-2011) : 52 CEOP Reference Sites

  12. 1.3 System Structure Standard Access Protocol (=>OPeNDAP) UT (University of Tokyo) http://ceop.restec.or.jp/ User OPeNDAP Satellite Web Browser UCAR (University Corporation for Atmospheric Research) OPeNDAP JAXA’s Distributed System Prototype for CEOP CEOP Archive Centers Request In-situ CGI (Perl) MPI Data OPeNDAP (Max Planck Institute for Meteorology) Ferret http (tailored) MOLTS XML Catalog DB Jblob Gridded Model • Currently, Satellite data, In-situ data and Model Output data (MOLTS and gridded) stored in distributed CEOP Archive Centers are available for users through JAXA’s Distributed Data Integration System Prototype.

  13. 1.4 System Summary of JAXA Distributed Data Integration System

  14. 2. Status and User Requests (1) Status • The system has been operational for five years. • CEOP phase I data (2004-2004) can be accessed via the system. • CEOP phase II data (2007- ) will be incorporated in this year. (2) Users Requests • Enhancement of current data services is requested from users towards comprehensive hydrological data service for water community. • Requested Hydrological Data: GTN-H data • Precipitation • Run off/River discharge • Groundwater • Flux • We would like to enhance both Data and Services of the JAXA Distributed Data Integration System as a portal for water community.

  15. 3.1 Various Hydrological Data < GPCC Monthly Precipitation Data > < Station Map of GRDC/GTN-R > < IGRAC Groundwater Map >

  16. 3.2 Requested Data from Users One of Requested Data for Hydrological Application = River Basin Data • Very important and essential, but missing in the current system. Requested data are sumarized Primary target data in this current first phase.

  17. 3.3 Future System Structure- Networks with Various Systems GTN-H User Potential Partners of New Collaboration Data:CEOP Phase I (2002-2004), Phase II (2007-2011) data 【GTN-H Members】 ・GRDC (Global Runoff Data Center) UT UCAR MPI Climate In-situ Model Output Satellite ・GPCC (Global Precipitation Data Center) ・IGRAC (International Groundwater Resource Assessment Center) Water Portal (extension of JAXA Distributed Data Integration System) User ・FLUXNET ・NSIDC (National Snow and Ice Data Center) .. So on DIAS/UT GEOSS ・GEOSS/AWCI ・DA-09-01A River Discharge Data In Asian Countries River Discharge Data ・DIAS Partners Collection of Global Climate In-situ Data : Current JAXA Distributed Data Integration System Future Plan Present Network

  18. 4. 1 Options for interface betweenWater portal and Data Partners (1/2) User Water Portal Data Partners Client Data Server • Transfer data on-the-fly • (via CEOP Interface) • Get Dataset Info • View/Obtain Data Type 1 Data Dataset Meta Client • Get Dataset info • View/Obtain data Type 2 Data Dataset Meta Data Server Client • Transfer data on-the-fly • (via Cooperator’s Interface) • Get Dataset info • View/Obtain data Type 3 Data Dataset Meta Client • Get Dataset Info Type 4 • Jump Dataset Meta • Home Page • FTP Site

  19. 4.1 Options for interface betweenWater portal and Data Partners (2/2)

  20. 4.2 Current Data Services in GTN-H Members (Data and services of each GTN-H member are surveyed using its website.)

  21. 5. User Service Concept of the New System 5.1 User Service Concept • Portal are to be capable of handling various datasets and adding more datasets flexibly afterward. <Various Datasets> • - Data Type (Grid, Location Time Series) • - Hydrological Variables (Precipitation, river discharge, groundwater, flux ..) • Time Range, Observation Interval • Space Range • Format • GUI Plan for users to Select and Access Easily In order to achieve quick and smooth “find and view” of various hydrological data, some key points were identified and reflected into the User Interface plan.

  22. 5. User Service Concept of the New System(Cont’) • GUI Plan and identified Key Points

  23. 5. User Service Concept of the Water CoP Portal (Cont’) 5.2 User Interface and Use Case Example • Detail of services is under examination from the viewpoint that how they will be realized in GUI. … Following slides show parts of GUI. • Sample Use Case and GUI under development “See precipitation image first, next, select river basin, then view multiple hydrological variable data plots in that basin to think about water flow.“ (1) View precipitation image (e.g. using GPCC data) Select/Zoom in to certain region/river basin (e.g. referencing GRDC Basins GIS Data) (2) View available images and In-situ stations’ location (e.g. using station maps of CEOP, AWCI, GRDC, and so on) (3) Select dataset, select parameter, then view/obtain each data

  24. 5.2 Use Case Example (1) View precipitation image, at the “(A) Dataset Selection Page” Precipitation in June 200* View image in the Web Map. Select/Zoom in certain region (or river basin) in the Web Map.

  25. GRDC In-situ View Data CEOP In-situ Image Layer View Data GPCC Precipitation Image GRDC River Basin Image ・・・ 5.2 Use Case Example (Cont’) (2)View available images and In-situ stations’ location, “(A) Dataset Selection Page” (e.g. using GRDC Basins GIS Data, station location info of CEOP, GRDC, and so on) Available datasets and their location info come up in the Web Map and Menu. Station info appears which may has a link to a profile of that station.

  26. GRDC In-situ CEOP In-situ Image Layer GPCC Precipitation Image ・・・ 5.2 Use Case Example (Cont’) (3) Select dataset, select parameters, and then view/obtain each data i) Select dataset, at the “(A) Dataset Selection Page” View Data View Data iii) View chart, “at the (D) View Page” ii) Select parameters, at the “(C) Data Parameter Selection Page”

  27. [Dataset ] GRDC River Discharge Data for GTN-H ■View Product Information [Place (Area/Location)] • - Link to dataset metadata • Link to provider’s website 2006 June River discharge 2004 June Available places River X, Station AAA → Selected place: Place A - Link to existing site search site (E.g. FLUXNET Site Search Page) [Hydrological Variable] Available variables → Selected variable: Parameter A [Time] Available Time (Range) ~ → Selected Time: Start Day End Day ~ View Graph Obtain Data 5.2 Use Case Example (Cont’) ii) Select parameters, at the “(C) Data Parameter Selection Page” ■Open Site Search System provides links if there is any complementary website which helps to learn dataset and select parameters.

  28. [Graph] ■Add Graph 1| 2 | 3 … >> (Paging) - Select New Dataset ( → Go to Product Selection Page) • Select Same Dataset but different Option Station A, River X GTN-R River Discharge Jun 2004 – June 2006 Station B, River X CEOP Precipitation Jun 2004 – June 2006 Station B, River X CEOP Air Temperature Jun 2004 – June 2006 5.2 Use Case Example (Cont’) iii) View chart, “at the (D) View Page” ( → Go to Parameters Selection Page) System provides multiple graphs to view different data at a time.

  29. 6. Way Forward Current Milestone • [Status] • - Conceptual study is going-on • - Start surveying data and services of potential partners • [Short Term Target] • - Develop first prototype targeting Nov 2010 2010 2011 Nov First Water Portal Prototype develop Extension of First Prototype survey, design develop

  30. Discussion and Approval