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GEO-5 in Ottawa 1 29 November 2004 Draft GEOSS 10-Year Implementation Plan and Status Report on Reference Document Ivan B. DeLoatch, Toshio Koike, Robert Scholes, and David Williams GEO Implementation Plan Task Team (IPTT)
GEO-5 in Ottawa 2 Documents Prepared by IPTT 10-year Implementation Plan Governance Provisions Implementation Plan Reference Document Benefit Outcome Details with 2-, 6-, 10-year Targets Implementation Approach with 2-, 6-, 10-year Targets Benefit Outcomes Summary Implementation Approach Summary
GEO-5 in Ottawa 3 Documents Prepared by IPTT: 10-Year Implementation Plan Draft GEOSS 10-Year Implementation Plan-GEO 302-1 IPTT drafted text for GEO-5 negotiation GEO Co-chairs authorized distribution to GEO community on 15 October 2004 Comments received from Delegations have been compiled by GEOSEC
GEO-5 in Ottawa 4 Draft GEOSS 10-Year Implementation Plan 1Background 2The Group on Earth Observations (GEO) Technical Elements 3Purpose, Scope, and Vision of GEOSS 4Benefits of GEOSS 5Technical Approach, Capacity Building, and Outreach Governance Elements 6Management Approach 7Funding and Measuring Progress 8The Transition Period 9Endorsement and Commitment
GEO-5 in Ottawa 5 Benefits of GEOSS Societal Benefit Areas Disasters Health Energy Climate Water Weather Ecosystems Agriculture/Desertification Biodiversity
GEO-5 in Ottawa 6 Technical Approach, Capacity Building and Outreach Observations and Modeling Products, Data Management, and Radio Frequency Protection Architecture and Interoperability Data Sharing Research Support Capacity Building Outreach Plan
GEO-5 in Ottawa 7 Governance in Draft Implementation Plan: EOS, GEO, GEOSS Members Participants EOS (Earth Observation Summit III) establishes GEO (Group on Earth Observations) EOSGEOSS GEO implements GEOSS (Global Earth Observations System of Systems) GEO GEO consists of Participants that are Member countries, international or regional organizations
GEO-5 in Ottawa 8 GEO Established and Defined Establishment - successor mechanism to ad hoc GEO, legally non-binding intergovernmental forum with voluntary contributions Objective - to provide leadership and resources for the implementation of GEOSS Management - subject to approval by Members, GEO is authorized to establish procedures and support organizations, as necessary, to accomplish its objective, including arrangements for managing human and financial resources Membership - open to United Nations countries plus EC, other Participants being international and regional organizations
GEO-5 in Ottawa 9 Participant Roles GEO Participants are expected to actively collaborate in GEOSS implementation and planning to reflect ongoing activities and emergent opportunities to minimize gaps to assist developing countries in GEOSS participation to facilitate greater interoperability to draw on scientific and technological expertise to facilitate user involvement to conduct outreach at global and regional levels
GEO-5 in Ottawa 10 Transition Period - starting after the third Earth Observation Summit; ending no later than 15 February 2006 Management - During transition period, Co-Chairs of ad hoc GEO will oversee activities, with authority to establish procedures and subordinate ad hoc organizations to arrange for managing financial resources and staffing of transitional and ongoing GEO to convene meetings among GEO Participants Resources - The Co-Chairs of the ad hoc GEO will request one-time contribution from GEO Participants to support transition activities
GEO-5 in Ottawa 11 Adoption and Endorsement Countries and international or regional organizations that adopt the GEOSS Implementation Plan at the third Earth Observation Summit become Participants in GEO The Implementation Plan remains open for adoption by other countries and endorsement by other international or regional organizations
GEO-5 in Ottawa 12 Documents Prepared by IPTT: Reference Document Inputs from all GEO Subgroups and experts in the 9 Societal Benefit areas Draft "zero" distributed publicly on 22 July 2004 for technical comments from individuals 1 st draft, incorporating many suggested comments, distributed to GEO community on 15 October 2004 Revised draft in mid-December for final review Final by 20 January for GEO-6 adoption Draft GEOSS Plan Reference Document-GEO 202-1
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