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© GEO Secretariat GEO 2009-2011 Work Plan 2011 Progress Highlights Document 5 GEO-VIII Plenary 16-17 November 2011
© GEO Secretariat 2011 Contributions from Members & Participating Organizations to GEOSS Implementation
© GEO Secretariat 3 Main Trends * New Products, Information & Services * More Data Sharing & Capacity * Engaging Users
© GEO Secretariat * About 500 components registered (eg. datasets, systems, portals) * Access to about 100000 resource descriptions * Sprint to Plenary to increase usability * 4th GEOSS Architecture Implementation Pilot GEOSS Common Infrastructure
© GEO Secretariat GEOSS Data-CORE * Data Collection of Open Resources for Everyone (Data-CORE) * Over 120 datasets contributed (thousands of resources) * Legal options for data exchange and liability issues explored * Integration in GEOSS Common Infrastructure
© GEO Secretariat New Products, Information & Services
© GEO Secretariat Rapid and Open Access to Disasters Information (Japan, Italy, Germany, Turkey, USA, ESA) * Supersites websites created on 11 March (Japan) & 23 October (Turkey) * Data released in 24hrs * 4,500 visitors/day * ESA SAR archive open * 3 main laboratories: South East Asia, Central America, Caribbean
Emergency Access (International Charter Members) * Over 60 images captured in 48 hrs of Japan earthquake * Tsunami inundation maps * Over 8 Charter activations since March 2011 (earthquakes, flooding, fire, landslides, eruptions)
© GEO Secretariat GEONETCast Expanded (China, EC, Netherlands, USA, EUMETSAT) * New dissemination of disaster imagery (agreement with International Charter) * Growing network of stations: Africa, Asia, Americas * CMACast – Next generation update * Toolbox, training channels, e-coursess
© GEO Secretariat Improved Global Topographic Map (Japan, USA) * ASTER GDEM Version 2 released by METI and NASA * Improved resolution (120m to 70m) and elevation accuracy * Reprocessing of 1.5 mio ASTER scenes including additional 250,000 scenes Version 1Version 2
© GEO Secretariat Global Fire-Danger Systems (Canada, Germany, Russia, GTOS, ISDR) * Prototype global early-warning system operational * Regional fire systems for Eurasia, Europe, southern Africa developing * 400 weather station data processed daily for fire-potential maps
© GEO Secretariat Risk Maps for Disease Prevention (France, India, Senegal, USA) * Innovative risk-maps based on satellite imagery * Validated by local partners; under test for decision-making Malaria (Tumkur, India) Rift Valley Fever (Sahel)
© GEO Secretariat Water-borne Disease: Cholera Image: S. Woodborne, CSIR Air Quality and/or Aeroallergens Image: UKZN South Africa (Durban) Uganda HEALTH DATA EARTH OBSERVATIONS WEB-ENABLED PROCESSING, MODELLING AND FUSION RISK MAPS and ALERTING TOOLS Impact of Environment on Health (EC, France, Germany, Spain, South Africa, UK)
© GEO Secretariat New Systems and Products to Optimize Energy Exploitation (EC, France, Germany, USA) * 20 years of solar data (1983-2006) released for public use * 200 parameters available globally at high-resolution * Key information for electricity production in Africa and Mediterranean South-Eastern France Nigeria
© GEO Secretariat Climate Change Detection (EC, Japan, USA, ECMWF, GCOS, WCRP) Z @500MSL (Compo et al, 2011) Numerous reanalysis projects underway : * JRA-55 (1958-2012) * ERA-Interim (1979-1988) * MACC (2003-2010) * ERA-CLIM (20 th century) * NCEP Reanalysis-Lite (1948-2010) Most datasets available online (e.g. ERA-Interim)
© GEO Secretariat Global Roads and Human Settlements Mapping (Japan, USA, Codata) * Over 3700 urban maps produced * Based on high-res satellite images * Global road data freely distributed * Population info generated by ASTER and CIESIN Istanbul, Turkey AIST/ASTER Global Urban Area Map α Open access global roads data - gROADS α
© GEO Secretariat New Precipitation Information (Germany, USA, WMO) * Continuously improving (spatial & temporal coverage) * In-situ observations at 85,000 stations worldwide * Extensively quality-controlled * For next generation products: Global Monthly Climatology Full Data Reanalysis V5 (1901-2009)
© GEO Secretariat Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS, IOC, POGO, WMO) * Overall completion rate over 60% * In-situ networks over 60% * Argo float and ship measurement at 100% * Stagnant in past yrs * Need to demonstrate value across Societal Benefit Areas
© GEO Secretariat New Flood Warning Systems (Canada, Germany, Namibia, Ukraine, USA, UNOOSA) * Launched during Namibian floods of January-April 2011 * Rapid dissemination of space-based & ground- sensor products * Flood warnings issued to local populations * To be extended to southern African regions
© GEO Secretariat Tools for Seasonal Prediction Research (USA, WCRP, WMO) * Year of Tropical Convection (2008-2010) * New web-based tools * Visualize/download remote-sensing data * High-res analysis, forecasts * Data freely available * Crucial to research on seasonal forecasting
Floods in Pakistan Monthly Forecast ECMWF Precipitation Anomaly Verification: 26 Jul – 1 Aug 2010
© GEO Secretariat Multi-Model Products for Extreme Weather Prediction (TIGGE provider countries, WMO) TIGGE Data Resources: * 500 global forecasts/day * 10 forecasting centres * User-friendly * Open for research * Over 750 users worldwide * Prototype products for tropical cyclone prediction Cyclone Yasi (Feb 2011)
© GEO Secretariat More Carbon Information (Australia, China, EC, France, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, UK, USA, CEOS, ESA, GTOS, WMO) * Ground-based Carbon datasets released (FLUXNET, TCCON) * Essential for calibration/ validation of satellite data * New European projects launched for estimating regional CO2 and CH4 sources & sinks * GEO Carbon Strategy
© GEO Secretariat Forest Carbon Tracking (Australia, Canada, Japan, Norway, USA, CEOS, FAO) From 2009: Brazil Guyana Mexico Indonesia (Borneo) Australia (Tasmania) Cameroon Tanzania New projects contributed: * US SilvaCarbon * European FP7 RECOVER, REDDAF, REDD-FLAME, REDDINESS From 2010/2011: Colombia Congo Peru Indonesia (Sumatra) Nepal (2011) Network of National Demonstrators
© GEO Secretariat Forest Carbon Tracking (Australia, Canada, Japan, Norway, USA, CEOS, FAO) * Ongoing in-situ measurements, processing, product development * CEOS satellite data acquisition extended to Nepal * Implementation Plan developed for Global Forest Observations Initiative (GFOI) Colombia
© GEO Secretariat New Tools to Improve Land-Cover Maps (EC, IIASA) * How much land for biofuel? * Humanimpact.Geo-Wiki.org * Global network of volunteers * Resolve land-cover mismatch
© GEO Secretariat * New GEO proposal adopted by G20 (Cannes, 3-4 Nov 2011) * Inter-comparisons of agricultural modeling & monitoring methods * 7 pilot sites in Argentina, Canada, China, Europe and Mexico * 2 new pilot-sites in Brazil * Satellite data acquisition coordinated with CEOS FASAL - India Improved Crop Management (Argentina, Brazil, Canada, China, EC, France, India, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, USA, FAO)
© GEO Secretariat Ecosystem Classification & Mapping (Australia, China, EC, Netherlands, Paraguay, USA, RCMRD)
© GEO Secretariat GEO Biodiversity Observation Network (Australia, Denmark, Greece, India, New Zealand, Portugal, South Africa, USA, Diversitas, GBIF) * GEOBON key contributor to Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) * Evaluation of existing capabilities for protecting biodiversity by 2020 * Country maps of native and invasive species
© GEO Secretariat Next Generation CBERS (Brazil, China, Egypt, France, Gabon, Italy, Spain, South Africa) * 70% of CBERS data available online * Ground stations upgraded to receive/ process CBERS-2B * New ground station in Gabon * MoUs signed with Spain and South Africa for CBERS-3 reception (launch in Q1 2012)
© GEO Secretariat Regional Center for Tropical Forest Monitoring (Brazil, France, Italy, Japan, FAO) * Training in 3 languages (English, Spanish, Portuguese) * Open-source software * Over 60 people trained from 18 countries * Results directly applied by Congo
© GEO Secretariat Engaging Users Communities of Practice
© GEO Secretariat More in GEO 2009-2011 Work Plan Progress Report (Document 5)
© GEO Secretariat ACCELERATING GEOSS IMPLEMENTATION New GEO 2012-2015 Work Plan (Document 20)
© GEO Secretariat Collaboration with Partner Organizations – GEO/GEOSS ICG-WIGOS Geneva, Switzerland 18 March 2013 Barbara J. Ryan Director, GEO Secretariat.
The Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS) A New Approach to Prevention, Early Warning & More Rapid Problem-Solving Vice Admiral Conrad C.
Implementation Plan. At the U.S. Department of State, Washington DC July 31, 2003 Earth Observation Summit.
GEONETCast Initiative of GEO presented at the EC GEONETCast workshop 5 March 2006 GEO Secretariat.
The GEO Work Plan * 2010 Update (GEO-VI) * New Online Management System Alexia Massacand (Work Plan Coordinator) Rik Baeyens (IT Manager)
Global Forest Observations Initiative Giovanni Rum, GEO Secretariat.
GEO Work Plan Symposium 2011 Day 3 DS-11 Global Forest Observation.
The Group on Earth Observations (GEO) – Plenary and Ministerial Summit, Mexico City Briefing to Geneva Missions Barbara J. Ryan Director, GEO Secretariat.
Limiting the Effects of Natural Disasters. Mudslides and Flooding Venezuela's worst natural disaster in a century killed over 20,000 people, December.
© GEO Secretariat GEOSS Access to Data and Climate-related Information and Services Jos é Achache Executive Director.
GEO 2014 Work Plan Symposium Opening Remarks Barbara J. Ryan Director, GEO Secretariat Geneva, Switzerland 28 April 2014.
Overview of Capacity Building Committee Activities GEO Capacity Building Committee Meeting Brussels – 14 September 2006 Errol Levy DG Research – European.
GEO ADC Co-Chair meeting, Tokyo, Japan, 13 May 2007 Slide # 1 Cross-GEO Coordination Report of C4 Meeting and follow-up discussion Ivan Petiteville, CEOS.
Global Terrestrial Observing System linking the world’s terrestrial monitoring systems to provide a global vision of the Earth we share.
Global Earth Observation System of Systems Carla Sullivan Senior Policy Advisor National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration North America Land Cover.
GEONETCast Implementation Group GEONETCast: Delivery global data and observations Presented by: Sally Wannop – EUMETSAT EU’s Speaker Corner at GEO-X, Geneva,
GEO Forest Carbon Tracking Task Europe (ESA), Australia (CSIRO), Norway (NSC), Japan (JAXA), Canada (CSA), Brazil (INPE), USA (USGS), Thailand (GISTDA)
Towards a G20 supported international initiative for global Agricultural monitoring XV SBSR – Curitiba 2011 May 2 nd - JECAM Proposing a G20 supported.
UIC Report to the GEO-VI Plenary: Accomplishments, Activities, and Recommendations November, 2009 The UIC Co-Chairs Ellsworth LeDrew, IEEE Carsten.
GEO Forest Observation Community of Practice: Identifying Critical Earth Observations Michael Brady, Canadian Forest Service/GOFC-GOLD GEO User Interface.
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