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1 The technical data in this document is controlled under U.S. Export Regulations. Release to foreign persons may require an export authorization. Not for Public Release or Redistribution. JPL D Cover red line Cover red line Cover red line Cover red line Cover red line Cover National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California A. Andral (CNES), M. Dejus (CNES), M. Srinivasan (JPL), C. Peterson (Stennis) Applications Leads SWOT Mission Applications 20 June June 2014

2 The technical data in this document is controlled under U.S. Export Regulations. Release to foreign persons may require an export authorization. Not for Public Release or Redistribution. JPL D SWOT Applications Working Group (SAWG) Srinivasan, Peterson, Andral, Dejus – SWOT Applications Leads Yi Chao, RSS – Ocean Lead, NASA Ed Beighley, Northeastern U. – Hydrology Lead, NASA Rosemary Morrow, LEGOS – Ocean Lead, CNES Jean Francois Cretaux, LEGOS – Hydrology Lead, CNES Bob Arnone, USM at Stennis SC Sylvain Biancamaria, LEGOS Phil Callahan, Caltech JPL Faisal Hossain, U. Washington Laurence Houpert, CNES Gregg Jacobs, NRL Pierre-Yves Le Traon, Ifremer-Mercator Ocean Dennis Lettenmaier, U. Washington Delwyn Moller, RSS Tamlin Pavelsky, U. North Carolina Robert Saint-Jean, CSA

3 The technical data in this document is controlled under U.S. Export Regulations. Release to foreign persons may require an export authorization. Not for Public Release or Redistribution. JPL D SDT, SAWG SWOT Applications Working Groups established; most members from SDT Applications session at Jan ’13, Jan ’14, Jun ‘14 SDT meetings Planning for Fall ’14 SAWG meeting, Prelim User/EA meeting Plan Status Joint SWOT Applications Plan – finalize Jul 2014 Joint SWOT Early Adopters Program Guideline – finalize Jul 2014 Communications SDT meeting participation; Jan ‘13, Jan ’14, major Project reviews Conference/meeting talk/poster; GODAE ‘13, OSTST ’13, AGU Oceans ‘14 Telecons: biweekly SWOT DPA, bimonthly NASA-CNES NASA Applied Science Program Mission Applications Reviews; semiannual Web site: Blog site: list: Status & Phase A

4 The technical data in this document is controlled under U.S. Export Regulations. Release to foreign persons may require an export authorization. Not for Public Release or Redistribution. JPL D Phase B Plans Continued SDT participation; Applications Splinter, Working Group meeting Implement Early Adopters Program Author papers, articles, conference talks/posters Applications-relevant science support: ROSES-- TOSCA, joint NASA ASP/SMD proposal calls User workshops; semiannual Capacity building activities: SERVIR Solicit NASA AS-funded and ROSES-TOSCA studies to enable leveraged applications development Regular SAWG telecons and meetings Joint applications products; poster, brochure, exhibit elements, web elements, videos (English/French)

5 The technical data in this document is controlled under U.S. Export Regulations. Release to foreign persons may require an export authorization. Not for Public Release or Redistribution. JPL D Early Adopters Modeled on successful SMAP program SWOT Early Adopter Program Guide outlines approach/call Use data products prior to launch (simulated/proxy, calval, AirSWOT, other missions) Conduct pre-launch applications research/work to streamline & accelerate use of data sooner after launch Provide feedback on products and format to increase applications value of SWOT Early Adopters supply resources to accomplish these activities SAWG & SDT will identify organizations with clearly- defined needs or interest for SWOT-like data products to demonstrate the utility of SWOT for applications & decision-making Seek public & private sector international participants SMAP Early Adopters

6 The technical data in this document is controlled under U.S. Export Regulations. Release to foreign persons may require an export authorization. Not for Public Release or Redistribution. JPL D Applications Studies Applications Proposals to NASA ASP and TOSCA – CNES Submitted Feb ’13, approved, awaiting funding: Flood Forecasting Toolbox – F. Hossain Submitted Aug ‘13, awaiting response: Monitoring and Managing Estuaries & Deltas – Y. Chao, E. Beighley, D. Moller Funded Sep ‘13: AirSWOT Sacramento Bay Delta Applications Demonstration – PostDoc Claire Michaelovsky; PIs, E. Rodriguez, K. Andreadis SWOT and transboundary basins management - S. Biancamaria, S. Calmettes, J-F Crétaux. Characterization and modeling of the hydrological variability in the coastal zones in the framework of the SWOT mission. Example of Seine and Gironde estuaries - B Laignel, I. Turki, L. Chevalier Example of flood application - ‘Crossing the ‘Valley of Death’: Lessons learned from implementing an operational satellite-based flood forecasting system, F. Hossain, et al, AMETSOC Web portal display of dynamic flood forecasting services. Source: F. Hossain, UW Ganges-Brahmaputra River Basin showing dams (red) and cross-tracks of Jason-2 satellite.

7 The technical data in this document is controlled under U.S. Export Regulations. Release to foreign persons may require an export authorization. Not for Public Release or Redistribution. JPL D Current considerations for Applications Data product format; swath (regional), gridded (various), delivery format (UGI, tools, datasets, files, KML), AirSWOT study wrt data? Data volume; global vs. regional, targets or ‘type’ data sets Data latency: user needs vs science req., NRT/data delay Data quality & resolution Identifying users (orgs & individuals): User database/survey User needs; SAWG meeting & user workshop Don’t ‘oversell’ SWOT to users

8 The technical data in this document is controlled under U.S. Export Regulations. Release to foreign persons may require an export authorization. Not for Public Release or Redistribution. JPL D User database

9 The technical data in this document is controlled under U.S. Export Regulations. Release to foreign persons may require an export authorization. Not for Public Release or Redistribution. JPL D Finalize, begin implementation of SWOT applications plan, enhance info on webpage, and collaborate with SWOT SDT/SWG (hydrology, ocean, coastal) for connections to operational users Finalize & implement Early Adopters Program, survey, identify community of practice/potential, beginning with SDT Characterize and summarize key applications and existing or potential users Support AirSWOT, seek opportunities to enhance data usability as ‘simulated SWOT data’ Joint outreach to promote SWOT Continue international collaboration on joint applications efforts SWOT Applications Working Group meeting/user workshop – planning. Need for the right materials and right users. Propose joint NASA ASP-Science ROSES, TOSCA, form teams to address long-lead times, planning, resources Need of interactions between project, science and application teams Summary

10 The technical data in this document is controlled under U.S. Export Regulations. Release to foreign persons may require an export authorization. Not for Public Release or Redistribution. JPL D Backup

11 The technical data in this document is controlled under U.S. Export Regulations. Release to foreign persons may require an export authorization. Not for Public Release or Redistribution. JPL D SWOT Applications WG summary 1.Final comments on Draft SWOT Applications Plan & Draft Early Adopter Program Guide requested from SAWG. Next: send to Project 2.Data products wrt Applications: use, analysis, retrieval, latency — different than science needs 3.Users: Survey SDT members for key user orgs for Early Adopters, online user survey-iterate to understand needs, user database 4.“SWOT 101”, intro webinar to introduce SWOT science & plan to user community-iterate with SAWG 5.Next SAWG, 1 st User workshop – D.C. region, streaming or webinar or corollary in France SWOT intro, proxy data sets Showcase/demo of current activities Gather feedback; current uses, data requirements, experience w/remote sensing, capabilities, etc.

12 The technical data in this document is controlled under U.S. Export Regulations. Release to foreign persons may require an export authorization. Not for Public Release or Redistribution. JPL D SAWG/1 st User workshop ~2.5 days, U.S. Washington D.C region Concurrent (online/webinar) or later – France ‘SWOT 101’ (“SWOT for Dummies”) introduction on science, technology, methodology, projected data products: before workshop as webinar or first part of workshop? Provide selected ‘proxy’ (simulated, AirSWOT, existing altimetry, SRTM, other?) to users Interactive tutorial session to demonstrate general use & capabilities User showcase of their work (1/2 day) Gather user feedback on needs, current data use/formats, via online survey

13 The technical data in this document is controlled under U.S. Export Regulations. Release to foreign persons may require an export authorization. Not for Public Release or Redistribution. JPL D Discussion Data: Volume: o non research users – simpler products (science vs. “application product”) o toolboxes, gridded, layered, KML? o non-national-level (USGS, NOAA) interested in smaller regions, Latency: currently ~10 mos. CalVal, 45 days to PODAAC & AVISO; user needs vs science req., NRT/data delay? Mission lifetime & data continuity Users/Early Adopters: SDT members source of some initial Early Adopters: wide range, specific Survey Database Workshop (NASA ASP-funded) SAWG: Propose joint ASP-Science ROSES/TOSCA, form teams to address long-lead times, planning, resources

14 The technical data in this document is controlled under U.S. Export Regulations. Release to foreign persons may require an export authorization. Not for Public Release or Redistribution. JPL D NASA Applications Organization Chart NASA Applied Science Program Director Lawrence Friedl NASA Applied Science Program Director Lawrence Friedl NASA AS Water Resources Program Applications Lead Brad Doorn NASA AS Water Resources Program Applications Lead Brad Doorn NASA Applied Science representation JPL SWOT Project support Applications Working Group Authority Coordinating JPL-NASA Applied Science liaison Becky Castano JPL-NASA Applied Science liaison Becky Castano Deputy Program Application (DPA) Leads Margaret Srinivasan Craig Peterson Deputy Program Application (DPA) Leads Margaret Srinivasan Craig Peterson SWOT Project Manager Parag Vaze SWOT Project Manager Parag Vaze JPL ES&TD Director Diane Evans JPL ES&TD Director Diane Evans Early Adopters NASA SMD ESD E. Lindstrom Science Definition Team Lee Fu Science Definition Team Lee Fu CNES Application Leads Alice Andral Michel Dejus CNES Application Leads Alice Andral Michel Dejus

15 The technical data in this document is controlled under U.S. Export Regulations. Release to foreign persons may require an export authorization. Not for Public Release or Redistribution. JPL D CNES Applications Organization Chart Applications Working Group Authority Coordinating SWOT Project Manager Thierry Lafon SWOT Project Manager Thierry Lafon Early Adopters CNES Application Leads Alice Andral Michel Dejus CNES Application Leads Alice Andral Michel Dejus CNES Earth Science Mission Directorate - SMD Selma Cherchali CNES Earth Science Mission Directorate - SMD Selma Cherchali CNES Applied Science Program Director Selma Cherchali CNES Applied Science Program Director Selma Cherchali Project Science Leads Rosemary Morrow & Jean-François Crétaux Project Science Leads Rosemary Morrow & Jean-François Crétaux NASA – JPL Application Leads Margaret Srinivasan Craig Peterson NASA – JPL Application Leads Margaret Srinivasan Craig Peterson

16 The technical data in this document is controlled under U.S. Export Regulations. Release to foreign persons may require an export authorization. Not for Public Release or Redistribution. JPL D Phase A: Web site development Applications Strategy and Plan for mission created Initiate Database of user community individuals Develop Early Adopter Plan Formation of the Applications Working Group and designated lead on the Science Definition Team Participation in SWOT SDT meetings (Applications Splinters) and relevant conferences (presentations, posters, papers) White paper from Phase A lessons learned Phase B: Workshop with targeted science communities to communicate key model, observation and applied science opportunities and requirements. Participation in SWOT SDT meetings and relevant conferences Early Adopters identified and cooperative agreements set up to target key integration goals. Newsletters, articles and other communication strategies to expand the community of potential. Applications-relevant science support Phase C/D: Description and provision of test and cal/val datasets to the community of practice; Communication: conference presentations and papers; newsletter and journal articles on user interactions to expand the community of potential. Annual workshops, focused on applied science results from the Early Adopters; Participation in SWOT SDT meetings and relevant conferences Operations: Documenting decision support provided by mission data through newsletters, journal articles, conference presentations of applications of data; Participation in SWOT SDT meetings and relevant conferences Community interaction and support of data reprocessing and improvement Participation of calibration/validation of data quality, format, issues; Evaluating and reporting on verified uses of mission data SWOT Applications-Mission Life Cycle


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