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6/12/20141 NoN Recommendations: Measurements and Infrastructure Meteorological Assimilation Data Ingest System (MADIS) –Update Current Services and Capabilities.

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1 6/12/20141 NoN Recommendations: Measurements and Infrastructure Meteorological Assimilation Data Ingest System (MADIS) –Update Current Services and Capabilities –Product Improvement NOAAs Integrated Observing Enterprise FY 2009 National Mesonet Status

2 6/12/20142 MADIS Current Services and Capabilities Data Portfolio 61,172 Surface Stations producing over 12,800,000 observations/day 154 Profiler Sites (> 200,000 obs/day) Over 450,000 aircraft observations/day Plus global radiosonde and satellite obs Hundreds of MADIS Users, Including: NWS Forecast Offices and National Centers, other federal, state and local government agencies, universities and private companies Services MADIS supports the collection, integration, quality control, and distribution of thousands of NOAA and non-NOAA observations, including over 61K surface stations from local, state, and federal agencies, and private networks, as well as upper-air datasets including multi-agency profiler, radiosonde, radiometer, selected satellite observations, and commercial aircraft observations. Surface data includes METAR, maritime, HCN-M, UrbaNet, and other mesonet Profiler data includes NOAA Profiler Network and Cooperating Agency Profilers Aircraft data includes MDCRS, AMDAR, TAMDAR, and WVSS-2 Transition to NWS Operations Initial Operating Capability FY 2010-Q3 Full Operating Capability FY 2011-Q3

3 6/12/20143 High Priority Product Improvement Areas : 1) Advanced data query services, 2) Expanded metadata fields, 3) Additional environmental datasets, and 4) Improved and expanded observation quality control Key Mission Applications: NOAA Operations Next Generation NOAA Profiler Network (NGNPN): Current UrbaNet: Current Historic Climate Network-Modernized (HCN-M): Current NextGen, includes high frequency ASOS: Current National Surface Weather Observing System (NSWOS)/FHWA Support for CLARUS Transition: FY11-13 Establish MADIS Mesonet Archive at NCDC: FY11-13 MesoWest Transition: FY12-13 Boundary Layer Observations: SODAR, LIDAR, Tall Towers, Wind Profilers, AMDAR – FY11-14 Enhanced Data Visualization/Data Characterization using Relational Databases: FY12-15 NOAA Research Unmanned Aerial System Data Management Testbeds (HMT, DTC, Severe Weather Testbed) Fire Weather Mobile Observations DHS research support for geo-targeted observations and forecasts MADIS Product Improvement

4 6/12/20144 Approach to a NOAA Integrated Observing Enterprise Create efficient and sustainable metadata collection methods – GSD MADIS Build a metadata catalog and repository – GSD MADIS Develop web services, including the ability to data mine metadata database (NextGen) – GSD MADIS Integrate enhanced metadata into the application environment, e.g., filtering and fitting, sensitivity testing – NWS NCEP (GDAS) NWS OST (MOS) OAR ERSL (Rapid Refresh) OAR ARL (READY) Goal: Understand and document the service benefits of enhanced metadata (e.g. achieving Walt Dabberdts value chain) Assess observing system gaps (re: NRC Report) – NWS OST Demonstrate an end-to-end capability, metadata requirements, project management – NWS OST Strengthen partnerships with AMS, OFCM, WMO, etc., and Weather Enterprise – NWS OST

5 6/12/20145 FY 2009 National Mesonet Status Task 1. Proto-type real-time mobile data collection from commercial trucking operators Develop data and metadata exchange protocols with trucking fleet operators Develop consistency checks, QA methods for mobile platform engineering data Create synthetic observations from engineering data (wind shield wipers = rain) GSA RFQ Posted – Proposal(s) received, contract award pending Task 2. National Mesonet Establish Tiers of Performance (TOP) informed by service outcomes Define TOP based on degree of compliance with metadata and siting standards Develop efficient and Sustainable Metadata Collection Methods Priorities: Central/South U.S. Gap filling surface observations (atmospheric, soil) Describing temperature and wind parameters using enhanced metadata for temperature and wind parameters Demonstrate end-to-end capability chain for gathering and exploiting metadata resulting in improved services GSA RFP Posted, comments received. GSA RFQ Pending (Friday), award early September Task 3. Deliver Report on National Mesonet to Congress (submitted)

6 Questions? Patty Miller NOAAA/OAR/ESRL/GSD Phone: David Helms Phone: x193


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