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Page 1© Crown copyright Elanor Gowland, Chair META-T SOT-IV, 16 th –21 st April 2007 Water temperature metadata pilot project META-T
Page 2© Crown copyright Aim The aim of the water temperature metadata pilot project (META-T PP) is:- To investigate and recommend the use of metadata to improve the quality and usefulness of ocean temperature information, particularly in real-time. Website http://marinemetadata.org/metat
Page 3© Crown copyright Current status Workshop 28 th – 29 th March 2006 at ECMWF, Reading, UK 2 documents:- - Categorisation of metadata - Requirements matrix Data stream reports:- - VOS - XBT (SOOP) - Moored buoys - Drifting buoys - Argo
Page 4© Crown copyright Plans for the future Each data stream compared to the metadata categorisation and matrix Recommendations can be made what to include in: - real-time (incl. BUFR, TT-Coding) -delayed-mode transmission formats (push / pull) through documentation and trial Trial (within data streams) including data transmission and storage (ODAS & NOAA)
Page 5© Crown copyright Actions from ETMC relating to META-T Work with the Task Team on Delayed Mode VOS data flow (TT-DMVOS) to change the delayed- mode exchange format Work on BUFR to ensure metadata fields included for all data streams Liaise with NMDIS over ODAS metadata database to enable it to meet user requirements and agree a format to exchange / ingest metadata (perhaps XML) – link to SOT TT-Coding?
Page 6© Crown copyright Current membership - giving links to other groups incl. SOT Boram Lee Mathieu Belbeoch Luis Bermudez Bill Burnett Craig Donlon Ed Harrison Don Collins David Meldrum Etienne Charpentier Elizabeth Kent Elanor Gowland Graeme Ball Fengyu Guo Greg Reed John Graybeal Gustavo Goni Bob Keeley Milan Dragosavac Nick Mikhailov Peter Pissierssens Lin Shaohua Thierry Carval Tom Smith Hester Viola Joaquin Trinanes Francis Bringas
Page 7© Crown copyright Request for SOT to take part! Look at website http://marinemetadata.org/metat Work with current member of META-T or volunteer to take part, particularly help will be required to produce & review documents, develop metadata ingestion / distribution formats and aid trial(s) by providing systems / vessels / platforms, specifications for data storage (server spec), etc
Page 8© Crown copyright Questions & Comments Or volunteers!
IV-3.1 JCOMMOPS SOT Technical Coordinator. 2 JCOMMOPS structure Programmes currently supported –Ship Observations Team (30% Mathieu Belbeoch) –Argo Profiling.
I-2.5 Report by the former SOT Technical Coordinator Hester Viola 1 May 2007 – 31 January 2009.
Use of VOS data in Climate Products Elizabeth Kent and Scott Woodruff National Oceanography Centre, Southampton NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory.
JCOMM in situ Observing Platform Support Centre JCOMMOPS
Topics describe the Data Buoy Cooperation Panel (DBCP) –aims, –achievements and –Challenges network status developments of data buoy technology JCOMM.
Page 1© Crown copyright Report of the Global Collecting Centres Elanor Gowland, GCC UK SOT-IV, 16 th - 21 st April 2007.
World Meteorological OrganizationIntergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO Ship Observations Team ~ integrating and coordinating international.
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Data Buoy Cooperation Panel Hester Viola
AMVERSEAS Status and Plans Francis Bringas NOAA / Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML), Miami, FL AMVERSEAS.
Silver Spring HRMM Workshop April Global Ocean Surface Underway Data project (GOSUD) Theirry Carval – Coriolis Ifremer Bob Keely – MEDS Thierry.
JCOMM: Perspectives & Contributions 1 Val Swail - Environment Canada, Toronto 2 Scott Woodruff - NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory, Boulder Elizabeth.
Graeme Ball VOS Program Manager, Australia Chairman, Ship Observations Team PMO-III, March 2006, Hamburg, Germany. Information Exchange & VOS Promotion.
Surface Marine Metadata Prepared for 1st meeting of WCRP Working Group on Surface Fluxes Halifax, October 2004.
© Crown copyright Met Office Actions Stuart Goldstraw, CBS IOS ET-SBO Chair 24 th April 2013.
JCOMMOPS SOT IV. SOOPIP Developments Web Site reliability POGO research cruise database to be developed as part of the SeaDataNet project Release.
Presented By: Shaun Dolk Prepared By: Shaun Dolk Francis Bringas Francis Bringas Dr. Gustavo Goni Dr. Gustavo Goni PMO Workshop V August, 2014 Stennis,
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Global Collecting Centres ETMC-5 Activities of the GCCs Geneva 2015 Activities of the GCCs ETMC-5 22 nd – 25 th June 2015, Geneva, Switzerland.
SOT Introduction and Goals of SOT-IV World Meteorological OrganizationIntergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO Ship Observations Team ~ integrating.
The Marine Climatological Summaries Scheme (MCSS) & the Expert Team on Marine Climatology (ETMC ) SOT-IV Geneva, April 2007 Scott Woodruff and Elizabeth.
ISABP meeting, Rio, August 2004 (1) DBCP DBCP 19 th session –Held in Angra dos Reis, October 2003 –Louis Vermaak presented report on ISABP.
Ship Observations Team NOAA Climate Observations Program 3 rd Annual System Review. 25–27 April 2005, Silver Spring, USA. Graeme Ball Chairman, Ship Observations.
Climate quality data and datasets from VOS and VOSClim Elizabeth Kent and David Berry National Oceanography Centre, Southampton.
SAMOS-GOSUD Meeting. Boulder 2-4 May Potential collaboration between the Coriolis project and the Samos initiative L. Petit de la Villéon. Ifremer-France-
JCOMMOPS as Portal for WMO No. 47 World Meteorological OrganizationIntergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO Ship Observations Team ~ integrating.
GOSUD 5 th meeting Boulder, USA 2-4 May, Status GOSUD Meeting 2-4 May, 2006 Review of progress has been extracted from the Annual Report prepared.
NOAA/NESDIS/National Oceanographic Data Center Following the Flow of Two Underway Data Streams Within the U. S. National Oceanographic Data Center Steven.
JCOMMOPS JCOMM Observing Program Support Centre Etienne Charpentier, WMO Secretariat M. Belbeoch, JCOMMOPS May 2011, MARCDAT-III.
© Crown copyright Met Office WINPROF-II. Tim Oakley, WINPROF II Programme Manager, May 2008.
Roles, Responsibilities and Functions of the Port Meteorological Officer World Meteorological OrganizationIntergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of.
Acknowledgements:Steve Cook and Robert Molinari TSG-SEAS: Paul Chinn and Janet Roseli Operations: Derrick Snowden, James Farrington, and Carrie Wolff Data.
Research Data MANTRA Ҫuna Ekmekcioglu, Robin Rice, Stuart Macdonald JISC Managing Research Data (International) Workshop, Birmingham, March 2011.
VOS Communications Problems and Errors World Meteorological OrganizationIntergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO Ship Observations Team ~ integrating.
Work Package 2 / 3 TECHNOLOGICAL & PROCEDURAL HARMONISATION FixO3 General Assembly 14 th to the 16 th October 2014, Heraklion-CRETE ESTOC, PLOCAN,
GEOSS Data Sharing Principles. GEOSS 10-Year Implementation Plan 5.4 Data Sharing The societal benefits of Earth observations cannot be achieved without.
WP3 - Proceedings Consortium Meeting, Reggio Emilia Doris Wiederwald Peter Wintersteller.
IQuOD Data Flow Tim Boyer NODC. Inflow How will IQuOD quality controlled data get into the World Ocean Database?
Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS) Data Management and Communication (DMAC) Standards Process Julie Bosch NOAA National Coastal Data Development.
DBCP-21, Buenos Aires,17-21 October 2005, JCOMMOPS (1) JCOMM in situ Observing Platform Support Centre Most developments now achieved –Infrastructure in.
WP 9 (former Task 1b of WP 1): Data infrastructure Robert Huber UNI-HB Esonet 2nd all regions workshop, Paris
GCOS SST WG plans Nick Rayner OOPC-12, 2 nd May 2007.
World Meteorological OrganizationIntergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO SOT Terms of Reference Ship Observations Team ~ integrating and coordinating.
Elizabeth Kent National Oceanographic Centre (UK) for Graeme Ball Chairman, Ship Observations Team Ship Observations Team 1 st Joint SAMOS/GOSUD Workshop,
WMO Outcomes & Recommendations of the Workshop on Radar Data Exchange WMO; Name of Department (ND)
© Crown copyright Met Office Ensemble of subsurface databases Simon Good, presented by Nick Rayner, ERA-CLIM workshop on observation errors, Vienna, April.
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