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1 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy The Future of the Data Collection in the Frame of large international co-operation: Is there a place for agrometeorology in the GMES, INSPIRE or GEO, GEOSS Zoltán DUNKEL OMSz -Hungarian Meteorological Service World Meteorological Organization COST ACTION OF THE EUROPEAN SCIENCE FOUNDATION FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION ISTITUTO DI BIOMETEOROLOGIA CONSIGLIO NAZIONALE DELLE RICERCHE

2 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy GMES – Global Monitoring for Environment and Security INITIATIVE of ESA and EU Council INSPIRE – Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe proposal for DIRECTIVE of EU Parliament GEO - Group on Earth Observation GEOSS - Global Earth Observation System of Systems

3 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy AirSoilWaterLand-Use Hazards/Risks Habitats Socio-Economic Nature &Biodiversity Urban Industrial Risks Soils Floods Fires Water Health Forests Topography Agro-environment Meteorological/climatological Climate Change Air Noise Coastal Zones Monitoring0 Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES) Remote Sensing and in-situ Data User Services

4 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy Joint initiative of the European Commission and the European Space Agency;European Commission European Space Agency Designed to establish by 2008 the foundations and structuring elements of an European capacity for the provision and use of operational information for Global Monitoring of Environment and Security; To be composed of three modules, which together constitute the functional GMES "system": - the production and dissemination of information in support of EU policies for Environment and Security (“User Services”); - the mechanisms needed to ensure a permanent dialogue between all stakeholders and in particular between providers and users; - the legal, financial, organisational and institutional frame to ensure the functioning of the system and its evolution. Global Monitoring for Environment and Security - GMES

5 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy Global Monitoring for Environment and Security - GMES GMES Initial Period Projects [form Final Report ] EC APMoSPHERE Air Pollution Modelling for Support to Policy on Health, Environment and Risk Management in Europe EC BIOPRESS Linking Pan-European landcover changes to pressures on biodiversity EC CREATE Construction, use and delivery of European aerosol database EC DAEDALUS Delivery of aerosol products for assimilation and environmental use EC DISMAR Data Integration System for Marine Pollution and Water Quality EC ESONET European Sea Floor Observatory Network EC EUFOREO European Forum on the use of Earth Observation for Environment and Security EC EUROSIONInformation for coastal erosion mitigation 20 EC GMES-GATO Global Monitoring for Environment and Security - Global Atmospheric Observations EC ISIS Humanitarian responses EC LADAMER Land Degradation Assessment in Mediterranean Europe EC MERSEA Marine environment and security in the European Area EC MAMA Mediterranean network to assess and upgrade monitoring and forecasting activity

6 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy Global Monitoring for Environment and Security - GMES GMES Initial Period Projects EC Meth-MonitEUr Methane monitoring in the European region EC OCEANIDES Harmonised monitoring, reporting and assessment of illegal marine oil discharges. EC RISKFORCE Natural risk management EC Siberia Multi-sensor concepts for greenhouse gas accounting of northern Eurasia EC TEASE Telematics Architecture for Security and Environment EC BICEPS Building an Information Capacity for Environmental Protection and Security EC DPAG Data Policy Assessment for GMES EC GMES-Russia Thematic network for GMES issues in the Russian Federation EC GSeS GMES Socio-economic Study ESA GSE Forest monitoring for forest management and Kyoto reporting ESA SAGE Information for soil and inland water management ESA RiskEOS Information for flood and forest fire risk assessment ESA TerraFirma Information for urban subsidence and risk assessment ESA Urban Services Information for urban environmental management ESA GMFS Information for food security management in Africa

7 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy Initial GMES service:Real-time ocean monitoring (MERSEA) Ocean daily forecasts (global to regional) : N Atlantic Mediterranean Temperature Salinity Velocity Global Monitoring for Environment and Security - GMES

8 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy Initial GMES service:Air quality (GEMS) Air pollution maps (regional to local) Services Monitoring of tropospheric aerosol and chemical concentrations Near-surface estimates & forecasts of pollutant concentrations Users National Environmental Agencies and Civil Protection Agencies JRC Policy framework Thematic Strategies for Environment & Health, Air Quality (6 th EAP) Global Monitoring for Environment and Security - GMES

9 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy GMES service:European land use/land cover (GEOLAND) Vlatva river basin (Czech Republic) Transnational river basin maps (regional to local) Information services: Impact of rain on river basins (floods) Water quality and pollution risk mapping (nitrogen and phosphorus leakage) Users: Ministry of Agriculture European Environment Agency Policies Water Framework Directive Soil Thematic Strategy (6th EAP) Global Monitoring for Environment and Security - GMES

10 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy Windstorm risk mapping Transnational risk maps (regional to local) Information services: More advanced services for flood and fire management Additional risks: storms, landslides, volcanic, seismic, industrial Users: Civil protection units Land planning entities Policies: Community action programme in the field of civil protection GMES service: Risks Management Services(PREVIEW) GMES service: Risks Management Services (PREVIEW) Global Monitoring for Environment and Security - GMES

11 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe-INSPIRE The Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe initiative (INSPIRE) aims at making available relevant, harmonised and qulity goegraphic information for the purpose of formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Community policy-making INSPIRE will pass throug 3 distinct phase: The Preparatory Phase ( ) The Transposition Phase ( ) The Implementation Phase ( )

12 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe-INSPIRE INSPIRE principles Data should be collected once and maintained at the level where this can be done most effectively It should be possible to combine seamless spatial information from different sources across Europe and share it between many users and applicaton It should be possible for information collected at one level to be shared between all the different levels, detailed investigations, general for strategic purposes Geopgraphic information needed for good governance at all levels should be abundant under conditions that do not refrain its extensive use It should be easy to discover which geoggraphic information is available, fits the needs for a particular use and under which conditions it can be acquired and used Geographic data should become easy to understand and interpret because it can be visualised within the appropriate context selected in a user-friendly way

13 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe-INSPIRE Annex III Spatial Data Themes Referred to in Articles 9(B) and 14 (B) 1. Statistical units 2. Buildings 3. Soil 4. Geology 5. Land use 6. Human health and safety 7. Government service and environmental monitoring facilities 8. Production and industrial facilities 9. Agricultural and aquaculture facilities 10. Population distribution - demography 11. Area management/ restriction/ regulation zones & reporting units 12. Natural risk zones 13. Atmospheric conditions 14. Meteorological geographical features 15. Oceanographic geographical features 17. Bio-geographical regions 18. Habitats and biotopes 19. Special distribution

14 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe-INSPIRE 13. Atmospheric conditions Physical conditions in the atmosphere. Includes spatial data based on measurements, on models or on a combined thereof and includes measurements locations. 14. Meteorological geographical features Weatherconditions and their measurements; precipitation, temperature, evaportranspiration, wind speed and direction

15 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy Ocean Health Land Ecosystems Disasters Atmosphere Climate Group on Earth Observations (GEO)

16 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy GEO? WHY? Several temporal and spatial gaps exist in global Earth Observation systems (comprising all satellite, airborne, terrestrial or ocean-based observation platforms); National, regional and global EO programmes suffer from lack of coordination and continuity; Availability and access to EO-based data, information, products and services, tailored to users needs, is not sufficient in many domains; EO programmes and initiatives lacked strong political support and commitment on a global level! Group on Earth Observations (GEO)

17 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy Founding of ad hoc GEO ad hoc GEO established at the First Earth Observation Summit (EOS-I), held in Washington, D.C. on 31 July 2003; EOS-I declaration created and tasked ad-hoc GEO to prepare a Ten-Year Implementation Plan for the development of a Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS), by end of 2004 (“deadline” moved to mid February 2005); Group on Earth Observations (GEO)

18 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy Membership open to all countries of the world 55 countries (plus the EC) endorsed at EOS-III the GEOSS 10-year Implementation plan and are current GEO members; International organizations are participants 43 organizations are represented in GEO since GEO-6; GEO Secretariat Interim GEO Secretariat currently supported by NOAA (USA); Permanent GEO Secretariat to be installed at WMO (Geneva) until autumn 2005; Governance Plenary meetings of all members and participating organisations; 4 co-chairs (EC, Japan, South Africa, USA) to facilitate ad hoc GEO activities in periods between plenary meetings (to be replaced by an Executive committee from May 2005 onwards). Group on Earth Observations (GEO)

19 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy GEO Member Governments, March 2005 Argentina Algeria Australia Belgium Belize Brazil Cameroon Canada Chile China Croatia Cyprus Denmark Egypt European Commission, co-chair Finland France Germany Guinea-Bissau Nigeria Norway Portugal Republic of the Congo Republic of Korea Russian Federation Slovak Republik South Africa, co-chair Spain Sudan Sweden Switzerland Thailand Tunisia Ukraine United Kingdom United States, co-chair Uzbekistan Greece India Indonesia Iran Ireland Israel Italy Japan, co-chair Honduras Kazakhstan Luxembourg Malaysia Mali Mexico Morocco Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Niger Group on Earth Observations (GEO)

20 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy Participating International Organisations, March 2005 African Association of Remote Sensing of the Environment (AARSE) Association for the Development of Environmental Information (ADIE) Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN) Central American Commission for the Environment and Development (SICA/CCAD) Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS) European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) European Environmental Agency (EEA) European Space Agency (ESA) European Sea Level Service (ESEAS) Network of European Meteorological Services/Composite Observing System (EUMETNET/EUCOS) European Organization for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT) The Association of the Geological Surveys of the European Union (EuroGeoSurveys) Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Federation of Digital Broad-Band Seismograph Networks (FDSN) Global Climate Observing System (GCOS) Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) Global Spatial Data Infrastructure (GSDI) Global Terrestrial Observing System (GTOS) Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Integrated Global Observing Strategy Partnership (IGOS-P) Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) International Association of Geodesy (IAG) International Council for Science (ICSU) International Geosphere-Biosphere Program (IGBP) International Group of Funding Agencies for Global Change Research (IGFA) International Institute of Space Law (IISL) The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) International Steering Committee for Global Mapping (ISCGM) International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (ISDR) International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Partnership for Observation of the Global Ocean (POGO) South Pacific Applied Geoscience Commission (SOPAC) UN Convention on Biodiversity (UNCBD) UN Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) World Bank (IBRD) World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Group on Earth Observations (GEO)

21 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy GEO activities in 2004 and 2005 Int. Requirements (Int. Organisations) National Requirements (Member states) Earth Observation 10-year Implementation Plan ad hoc GEO Plenary (GEO-3, Feb. 2004, Capetown GEO-4, Apr. 2004, Japan GEO-5, Nov. 2004, Canada GEO-6, Feb. 2005, Brussels) Earth Observation Summits EO summit II (April 2004, Tokyo), EO summit III (February 2005, Brussels) GEO Plenary (GEO-I, May 2005, Geneva) 5 ad hoc GEO Subgroups ad hoc GEO Secretariat Group on Earth Observations (GEO)

22 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy GEO-1 (July 2003, Washington, D.C.): determined high-level objectives and schedule; GEO-2 (November 2003, Baveno, Italy): review of technical reports by five expert subgroups; GEO-3 (February 2004, Cape Town): ad hoc GEO members negotiated GEO Framework Document (foundation for Implementation Plan) and created Implementation Plan Task Team (IPTT); Group on Earth Observations (GEO)

23 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy GEO-4 and Earth Observation Summit - II (April 2004, Tokyo): approved Framework Document and provided guidance to IPTT; GEO Special Session on Governance (September 2004, Brussels): working session discussed international governance of successor mechanism to ad hoc GEO, which will administrate GEOSS; GEO-5 (29-30 November 2004, Ottawa): Intergovernmental negotiation by ad hoc GEO members on the draft GEOSS Implementation Plan; Group on Earth Observations (GEO)

24 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy GEO-6 and Earth Observation Summit-III (February 2005, Brussels): Endorsed a Ten Year Implementation Plan (with accompany- ing Technical Reference Document) of a Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS) as the basis for its further development and for establishing a GEOSS to fulfill user requirements among various socio- economic benefit areas. The plan includes emphasis on capacity building, user requirements, data utilisation and data policy issues; Established the intergovernmental Group on Earth Observations (GEO), to take those steps necessary to implement GEOSS in accordance with its implementation plan; Prepared a communique relating to support for Tsunami and multi-hazard warning systems within context of GEOSS. Group on Earth Observations (GEO)

25 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy GEOSS (Global Earth Observation System of Systems): Distributed system of systems, building on current co- operation efforts among existing observing and processing systems within their mandate, while encouraging and accommodating new components: Acquires observational data from all different EO platforms; Processes data into useful products; Exchanges, disseminates and archives shared data, metadata and products; Undertakes activities to continue EO related Research, capacity building and outreach. Group on Earth Observations (GEO)

26 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy Scope and focus of GEOSS (ex 10-year Ref. Doc) Group on Earth Observations (GEO)

27 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy Future GEO challenges: GEO Transition period during year 2005: GEO-I meeting on May 3 and in Geneva to further support GEO and GEOSS Implementation Decision on and installation of GEO governance body (Executive Commmitee) Commitments by GEO members to provide resources for GEO Secretariat on a regular basis Installation of GEO Secretariat (including appointment of director) Development of GEO Work Plan Installation of a Science and technological advise mechanism Installation of a User Feedback mechanism 10-year GEOSS Implementation period from 2006 onwards: details to be specified during GEO transition period Group on Earth Observations (GEO)

28 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy Societal benefit areas of GEOSS (approved by GEO-4): Reducing loss of life and property from natural and human induced disasters; Understanding environmental factors affecting human health and well being; Improving management of energy resources; Understanding, assessing, predicting, mitigating and adapting to climate variability and change; Improving water resources management through better understanding of the water cycle; Improving weather information, forecasting and warning; Improving the management and protection of terrestrial, marine and coastal ecosystems; Supporting sustainable agriculture and combating desertification; Understanding, monitoring and conserving biodiversity; Group on Earth Observations (GEO)

29 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy Contributions of Europe to GEOSS Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES) - System to co-ordinate and enhance existing Earth observation and monitoring information in order to support better decision making on environment and security; - Transition from research-driven (EC FP6/FP7, ESA) pre-operational GMES activities to fully operational services ( ) - Regional and national Earth Observation networks (e.g. atmospheric observation networks by NMHSs) - EU supported environment research (FP6 and even more in FP7) adressing GEOSS societal benefit areas Group on Earth Observations (GEO)

30 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy Global Monitoring for Environment and Security GMES Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe ISPIRE Group on Earth Observations GEO More information

31 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005, Bologna, Italy Thank you for your attention!


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