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1 1 4. User Communities scenarios and achievements Marc Taconet Anton Ellenbroek FAO – Fisheries and Aquaculture Department Nicolas Bailly World Fish Center - FIN D4Science 17 March 2010 Brussels (Belgium) D4Science meets ESFRI and RI projects 17 th March 2010 D4Science meets ESFRI and RI projects

2 2 The User Communities This presentation focus is on the current support for user scenarios that D4Science has achieved. 1.Overview (Marc Taconet) - who we are - what challenges do we face - which solutions expected from D4Science 2. VRE demonstration D4Science meets ESFRI and RI projects 17 th March 2010

3 3 Share components of knowledge regarding the EAF Production systems / Fleets Resources of commercial interest Broader ecosystem Physical environment Broader ecosystem FAO WFC RFBs CoML / OBIS IOC IUCN Fisheries biodiversity Environment GBIF Satellite Imagery Fishery country profiles Fishery catch statistical time series Species occurrence maps ESA Who we are, challenges, expected solutions Fisheries – Biodiversity - Environment D4Science meets ESFRI and RI projects 17 th March 2010

4 4 Objective: Ìmprove positioning of FCP product in the market, including through addressing timeliness Outstanding features Data integration across many domains Distributed Life-cycle support (Draft, review, publish) Reuse data and report-templates Position FCPPS as a document production system Who we are, challenges, expected solutions FCPPS scenario (FAO) FAO Fishery Country Profiles: a very popular product Well established product Most visited information in FI D4Science meets ESFRI and RI projects 17 th March 2010

5 5 Who we are, challenges, expected solutions ICIS Scenario (FAO) Objective: Improve the management of fishery capture statistics Outstanding features Facilitate import and curation of data Filter, merge, join data Manage data sets and their metadata Share TimeSeries Harmonize and reallocate catch statistics Integrated Capture Information System FAO CWP recommendations: enhance quality of global catch statistics, through stronger interaction of existing catch databases D4Science meets ESFRI and RI projects 17 th March 2010

6 6 Who we are, challenges, expected solutions AquaMaps Scenario (WFC) Objective: Improve the production of Species Distribution and Biodiversity maps for on-line presentation Outstanding features Faster & distributed computing environment to speed up production of: Species distribution maps Species biodiversity maps Peer review of observations and maps Interactive editing of observations AquaMaps is a species distribution modeling algorithm AND an existing online tool (www.aquamaps.org) D4Science meets ESFRI and RI projects 17 th March 2010

7 7 Who we are, challenges, expected solutions GCM & GVM Scenarios (ESA) Some products available: Chlorophyll Salinity Sea surface temperture Vegetation Index Service available G-POD services exploitable via D4Science GCM : Global Chlorophyll GVM : Global Vegetation Monitoring Monitoring Objective: Improve dissemination of European Space Agency Imagery through facilitated access D4Science meets ESFRI and RI projects 17 th March 2010

8 8 Species prediction modeling Earth / Ocean spatial observation Integrated Catch Information System Species occurrence maps Biodiversity Fisheries Fishing activity / Catch Fishery Country Profiles Oceanography/ Vegetation Satellite imagery Fisheries comprehensive profiles FCPPS AquaMaps GCM GVM ICIS What challenges are driving the D4Science Application Scenarios? Who we are, challenges, expected solutions UC Scenarios D4Science meets ESFRI and RI projects 17 th March 2010

9 9 D4Science meets ESFRI and RI projects 17 th March 2010 Synergies among communities : integration of user scenarios and cross-fertilization Who we are, challenges, expected solutions Synergies among communities

10 10 D4Science meets ESFRI and RI projects 17 th March 2010 Local Aquamaps GVM ICIS D4Science FisheriesBiodiversity Oceanography Habitats Geo-forms Hydrography Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems Fishing activity / Catch GIS areas - species FAO RFBs Catch statistics Reference system Catch statistics Reference system Aquamaps WFC Species occurence FishBase OBIS SealifeBase UBC Satellite oceanography ESA G-POD end-users services Who we are, challenges, expected solutions example of cross-fertilization among scenarios

11 11 D4Science meets ESFRI and RI projects 17 th March 2010 Synergies among communities : integration of user scenarios and cross-fertilization achieving a true dialog of partnership for information sharing identification of similar functionality – reuse across scenarios Who we are, challenges, expected solutions Synergies among communities

12 12 The User Communities This presentation focus is on the current support for user scenarios that D4Science has achieved. 1. Overview 2.VRE demonstration (Anton Ellenbroek) - login to prepare a report - use workspace to organize objects and reports - create Aquamaps for one species - share fishery capture time series - elaborate the report with shared objects D4Science meets ESFRI and RI projects 17 th March 2010


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