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1 Strategy Development Scheme for GFCS Implementation by CAgM of WMO - through collaborations with WMO constituent bodies Byong-Lyol LEE President Commission for Agricultural Meteorology WMO Director-in-Chief National Center for AgroMeteorology Korea PTC-2011 meeting of WMO, Geneva, 7-9 Feb. 2011

2 1. AgroMeteorolgy Revisit Products/Applications Monitoring Communications User Interface

3 Agriculture Agriculture can provide numerous commodity and non-commodity outputs, some of which benefit the public without compensating the farmer. AgroEcosystem AgroEcosystem (Elliott and Cole, 1989) as in classical definition an interactive group of biotic and abiotic components some of which are under human control that forms a unified whole (ecosystem) producing food and fiber for the purpose of producing food and fiber Non-commodity outputs public services Ecological Services Non-commodity outputs ( public services ) as is Ecological Services ecological functions (e.g. biodiversity, nutrient cycling, and carbon sequestration) and cultural functions (e.g. recreation, cultural heritage, and visual quality) AgroEcosystem Service

4 AgroMeteorology for AE Services AgroMeteorology for AE Services Ecosystem Biotic Abiotic Natural Resources Natural Resources Economic Value Ecological Value Ecological Goods Ecological Services Ecological Goods Ecological Services AgroEcosystem Services AgroEcosystem Services Agricultural Meteorology Multi-disciplinary Multi-functionality Productivity : QualityCultural : Ecological Functions Adaptation : Resilience Food, Fodder, Bio-energy Nutrients, Diet Climate Change/Variability Natural Hazards Landscape Design Eco-tourism, Recreation Custodian Of Natural Resources Management Farming Community Conservation

5 Climate Change Issues Implementation Targets Implementation Targets Global : mitigation - healthy Earth Regional : disasters - early warning National : adaptation - sustainability Rural : emergence response - safety & stability Farming : practices - productivity & economy Global Issues Climate change Economic Crisis WTO/FTA Climate Change Issues Climate Change Issues Uncertainty in prediction Intrinsic Variability Two sides of Coins 2 F E W Resources 2 F E W Resources (too few) F ood, F orest, E nergy W ater

6 Crucial Bottleneck at levels Crucial Bottleneck at levels Global : S & T Enhancement - resource mobilization Regional : Collaboration - trans-boundary activity National : Infrastructure - joint organization Rural : Expertise - capacity building Farming : Accessibility - diverse dissemination Implementation Strategy Implementation Strategy Global Fund raising, Restructuring Regional RA-specific AgMet program National Resource sharing system Rural Diverse E/T programs Farming Feasible communications

7 2. WMO Requirements for CAgM

8 1.Strategic Plan : GSN 3 – ST 5 – ER 8 Enhanced Capabilities for High Quality resources, Risk Management, better information service, earth system monitoring, ST developments, for emerging members through better partnerships and cooperations 2.WMO Reform a. Improved Documentation & communication between TCs and Ras b. Orientate the constituent bodies of WMO to deliver the Strategic Plan c. Reduce the intergovernmental part of constituent body sessions 3.GFCS Implementation 4.WIS Implementation 4.WIS Implementation - Agronomy data sharing beyond WMO 5.WIGOS Implementation 5.WIGOS Implementation – LDAS, Carbon Tracker supports Impending Requirements to CAgM a. Internal working methods, …deciding on implementation priorities, b. Mechanisms to strengthen the global cooperative system c. Projects for the needs of developing countries d. External communications, resource mobilisation and capacity development

9 1.Improving Service Quality/Delivery EC for High Quality resources to meet user requirements EC for Risk Management against natural hazards 2.Advancing Science & Technology with Implementing Applications EC for better meteorological information under climate change/variability EC for earth system monitoring relevant to meteorological information 3.Strengthening Capacity-building EC to fulfill mandates in emerging members 4.Establishing Closer Collaborations Better partnership and cooperation at national & global levels 5.Strengthening Good Governance Effective and efficient Organization EC for active participation in global S & T development in meteorology 2.1 WMO Strategic Plan ER : Expected Results ST : Strategic Thrusts EC : Enhanced Capabilities

10 Risk Management against natural hazards 1.Improving Service Quality/Delivery

11 Better met. information under climate change/variability 2.Advancing S&T with Implementing Applications

12 Active in global S&T development in meteorology 2.Advancing S&T with Implementing Applications

13 Fulfill mandates in CB for emerging members 3.Strengthening Capacity-building GRID Portal Resource sharing Forecast-based AgMet Services for researcher / extension Benchmarking on AMBER (DWD), expanding with DSAT NCAR (GDAS, MM5), DWD (GME, LM) as NWPs Super ensemble of Seasonal Forecasts (APCC / KMA, etc.) GISC / DCPC dedicated to WAMIS will be established (NCAR, DWD) LIS (NASA) as a framework for LSM (GDS / LAS + GRID) Web Portal information sharing XML-based service : standard schema development Machine translation : multi-lingual interfaces Operational applications based on Web service architecture Tutorial interfaces for real practices

14 14 uMeteo-K testbed KISTI Cluster KT Cluster KOREN TEIN KISTI Cluster KT Cluster KISTI Cluster ICT resource sharing system * ICT : Information, Communication Technology

15 Fulfill mandates in CB for emerging members 3.Strengthening Capacity-building Implementation Strategy Implementation Strategy Governance as Global Federation of AgroMeteorology society with regional members from - East/ South/Central Asia - North/Latin America - Central Asia - Africans (4 sub-regions) - Oceania Convene in parallel with CAgM

16 2.2 WMO Reform relevant to CAgM 2 Quick Wins: Improved Documentation Mechanism for communication between TCs and RAs Continuation of Task Group, focussing on: How best to orientate the constituent bodies of WMO to deliver the Strategic Plan The practicalities of reducing the intergovernmental part of constituent body sessions Recommendations to EC-63 by TG: Review the extent to which Expert Teams and Working Groups have clear time-bound deliverables Exchange of best practice between presidents of TCs and RAs associations Ensure ToRs for EC Working Groups and Inter-Commission Task Teams define clear separation of roles

17 RS/GIS ICT WIS Applications Models GFCSPrimaryUser(TC/CAgM) Global Federation of AgMet Society Regional Pilot Projects (1~2/RA) AgModel, IT Resource, Tools, Storage, DBMS, Server, Interface Regional Associations (operation) CAgM GFCSSecondaryUser(RA/NMHS) Feedback Feedback (Ground Truth Information) (Land Surface Information) Regional Federation (R & D) GFCS End User (Farming Community) Partnerships among TCs/RAs

18 Phase I (2003~) Phase (2010~) Project RP Society RS uWAMISNOAAGMU WAMIS-MN (Main) ( ) kWAMISKMASNU WAMIS-GP (Grid portal) ( ) iWAMISIBiMETWAMIS-IS (INSAM) ( )VIVI( ) bWAMIS-LA( ) Brazil aWAMIS-MC(V) Australia, India V V (s)(g)WAMIS S.Africa, Kenya, Ghana, Namibiya (physical) WAMIS WAMIS next phase (proposed)

19 uWAMIS - RS/GIS, Global Climate/weather info, NWPS, GISC/(DCPC), CAMI, DSSAT, JAWF, E/T, GFCS kWAMIS - IT/GIS, IT Resource, NWPs, Downscaling, GISC/(DCPC), Russia/FSU-DM, Interface, E/T, GFCS iWAMIS - Model/GIS, INSAM, Reg. projects, Phenology GISC/(DCPC)(DWD), COST, Education/Training bWAMIS - *Region-specific Information GISC/(DCPC) Argentina/Peru for Spanish aWAMIS - sWAMIS - (functional) WAMIS WAMIS next phase (proposed)

20 ESSP IHDP DIVERSITA IGBP WCRP FAOGEOSS FAO GCP GEON GEOSS IPCC THORPEX TIGGIE CEOP FluxNetPhenologyGCOSWIGOSModelsHydrology GAMO (Global AgroMeteorogical Outlook) GDMS (Global Drought Monitoring System) GLIS (Global Land Information System) GWHM (Global Weather Hazard Monitoring) GPHN( Global Plant Phenology Network) External Partnerships beyond WMO WRF/MM5 GME/UM MME Supporting NWPs available : WRF/MM5 GME/UM MME NCAR/ESSP JAWF/MET-BROKER NCAM/NWS RCC COLA NOAA/KMA DWD/UK GPC/APCC Climate services expected CC Scenario Climate Monitoring Short R. Med R, Monthly, Seasonal, decadal Services in WAMIS Monitoring in CAgM

21 2.3 GFCS Implementation Priorities Capacity building in developing countries Linking climate service users and providers. Building national capacity for climate services. Strengthening the Climate Services Information System (CSIS) Standardizing products; promoting WIS; facilitating access to, use of GPC products Strengthening regional climate capabilities through establishing and promoting RCCs and RCOFs Building capacity to implement the User Interface Platform Improving climate observations in data sparse areas Building the capacity of the climate research sector

22 Implementation of the GFCS GFCS vs CAgM structures Products/Applications Monitoring Communications User Interface CapacityBuilding

23 AgroEcosystem Monitoring Information

24 NWP-based AgMet Services * NWP : Numerical Weather Prediction Model

25 Feedback to Climate System * LDAS : Land Data Assimilation System

26 High Resolutions in Time & Space

27 Climate Service Scheme by CAgM Capacity Building (Roving seminar, ET program/center) ET program/center) Observations (Weather, Biomass, Phenology, GHG flux) Research, Modeling and Prediction(NWP-based, downscaling) downscaling) Climate User Interface Programme (WAMIS / WIS) Climate Services Information Systems (AgModel, GIS) Development of information and products Delivery of Products Monitoring and Analysis Application of Products

28 28World Meteorological Organization 2.4 WAMIS with WIS implementation

29 World Meteorological Organization WAMIS Metadata Flow GeoNetwork Portal and M etadata Edito r WAMIS si mplified Metadata wamis.xsl stylesheet transform ISO WAMIS Met adata User Interf ace ISO Interface wamis2html.xsl (prep metadata for review) reviewers edit WAMI S simplifie d metadat a share ISO WAMIS metadata OAI PMH FTP... WIS, GEOSS, and other Systems WAMIS Managers and Users

30 30World Meteorological Organization WAMIS Search (GeoNetwork)

31 Standardization In-situ WIGOS WMO Integrated GOS GEONETCast Global Earth Observation System of Systems WIS Weather Observation Network : e.g. WWW/GOS, AMDAR, ASAP etc. Atmospheric composition observing network : e.g. GAW etc. Radiation observing networks : e.g. BSRN Marine meteorological networks and arrays : e.g. VOS, ARGO, etc. Hydrological observing networks : e.g. components of WHYCOS Climate components of atmos-, oceano-, terres- observing systems : Flux Integration Remote sensing 2.5 WIGOS Implementation by CAgM WMO Information System

32 National WIGOS Pilot Sites Tall Tower Observation Climate Change Monitoring Climate Change Landmark Water Cycle Monitoring Boundary Layor Monitoring GHG Background Monitoring Global WIGOS Reference Site - Data standardization at global scale - GEOSS supporting hub - WIGOS regional center - GEOSS demonstration site

33 WCRP-WIS - WAMIS – WIGOS - GEOSS WIS DCPC Data/Production RDF/OWL G/R-Server WAMIS Grid Portal Web Service GISC METASERVER RDF/OWL WIS Pilot Project GEO Center DCPC-WAMIS Impact Assessment Emergence Response WAMIS WIS WIGOS WMO Integrated GOS User Applications

34 3. Implementation Strategy by CAgM

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36 (V) GISC SIMDAT GISC UNIDAT Data Broker GDS LAS GTS/WIS APCC GEOSS DataArchitectureNetwork OBSProcess Earth System User Interface DCPC NCARNCDCTIGGE WAMIS Climate Projection SIP GDAPS / GME RDAPS / GME : WRF Mesoscale model Nowcasting Historical (Legacy) data Non-Meteorological Data Surface Flux Vegetation Soil Profile GRID Computing Data Access Computation Research KMA/KISTI WAMIS Grid Portal AMBERDSSAT GIS RS User Interface GridSphere END- USERS K*GRIDeScience LDAS/LIS Flux, GHG FeedBackDecision-Making Impact Assessment Data Grid MME AppliedMeteorology Pilot Projects SIMDATWAMISUNIDAT.... WIS- WAMIS WAMIS Grid Portal ES 2 Earth System eScience Korea WIGOS WMO Integrated GOS WMO Information System

37 (Joint)GISC SIMDAT GISC UNIDAT Data Broker GDS LAS GTS/WIS GEOSS DCPC NCARNCDCTIGGE WAMIS Climate Projection SIP GDAPS / GME RDAPS / GME : WRF Mesoscale model Nowcasting Historical (Legacy) data Non-Meteorological Data Surface Flux Vegetation Soil Profile GRID Computing Data Access Computation Research KMA/KISTI WAMIS Grid Portal AMBERDSSAT GIS RS User Interface GridSphere END- USERS K*GRIDeScience LDAS/LIS Flux, GHG Data Grid MME AppliedMeteorology Pilot Projects SIMDATWAMISUNIDAT.... WMO Integrated GOS WMO Information System GFCS Components of CAgM

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