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Weather & Water Synthesis and Future Directions. Presented by Michael Kalb. Highlights & Threads from presentations & posters. Science Challenges Provision of accuracy, uncertainty measures (link to assimilation) Reduction / attribution of satellite – model biases

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highlights threads from presentations posters
Highlights & Threadsfrom presentations & posters
  • Science Challenges
    • Provision of accuracy, uncertainty measures (link to assimilation)
    • Reduction / attribution of satellite – model biases
    • Assimilation of soundings versus radiances
    • Exploitation of Geostationary soundings/products (with in situ and model)
      • Exploiting temporal and spatial advantages
      • Full assimilation, partial assimilation, direct use products
      • Untapped nearcast applications, convective initiation, precipitation, aerosols (Aune,
    • Exploitation of Microwave; Hyperspectral; Blended (e.g., SST, SCAMPR)
  • Research Needs
    • Integrated development environment for multi-sensor /data-type products
    • Consistent forward radiative transfer and retrieval system
    • Development of in situ data Cal/Val opportunities (collaboration)
    • Exploitation of aircraft and ground-based field campaigns
    • Sustained internal support for long term strategic R&D
future directions challenges and opportunities i
Future Directions, Challenges, and Opportunities - I
  • Priority missions, observing systems and technologies
    • GOES-R, JPSS, Jason-2 (Operational Responsibilities)
    • NOAA Line Offices needs drive new product development (Requirements)
    • 3-5 year satellite observing investment priorities (Mission continuity)
      • JASON-3 (Ocean Radar Altimetry)
      • OSVW (Scatterometry)
      • GPSRO (Tp, qp)
      • DSCOVR (Solar wind / CME, Solar Imager, ), Space Weather
    • Decadal Survey Missions help define strategic investments
      • GPM (TRMM derivative)
      • Aquarius: (ESSP), SMOS
      • CLARREO, SMAP, DesDynI (Tier-1)
      • GeoCape (Tier-2)
      • Geo Hyperspectral (HES)
      • Geo Microwave (GeoSTAR)
      • Hyperspectral MW
future directions challenges and opportunities ii
Future Directions, Challenges, and Opportunities- II

New Techniques and Technologies

Data Assimilation, Observing System Optimization (OSSE’s)

Data Impact Studies (OSE), Ensemble / Adjoint Forecast Sensitivity (Thorpex)

Exploitation of multi-sensor and multi-satellite data (GSICS)

New NOAA Emphases

Arctic Science

STAR support to NIC and GEO (Colon, Key)

Canadian Collaboration (NAIS, PCW)

Coastal Economies

CoastWatch, Coral Reef Watch

SAR (coastal winds, Spills, Derrick Damage)

External Engagement & Partnerships

Cross-NOAA collaborations (NWS, OAR, NOS, NMFS, NCS); SciTech-II (NOAA-Wide)

Academic (Cooperative Institutes and Science Centers)

Inter-Agency collaborations(NASA, NIST)

International Collaboration / Initiatives (ISRO, JAXA, ESA, WMO, CGMS, GEO, CEOS)

future directions challenges and opportunities iii
Future Directions, Challenges, and Opportunities- III
  • Research to Operations / Applications
    • Different R2O processes, expectations, definitions
      • NOAA line offices, other agencies, science communities
    • Engaging Testbeds (HMT, HWT, DTC, JHT, SPoRT, JCSDA-OSSE); GOES-R proving grounds; USWRP framework efforts;
      • Satellite Algorithm Testbed (SATB)
    • Engaging field campaigns; Science and Cal/Val opportunities
    • Communicating satellite uses and limitations
  • Support for scientific engagement
    • Transition Scientists