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Co-funded by the European Commission within the GMES initiative in FP-6 Integrated GMES Project on Landcover and Vegetation geoland Plans for Geoland follow-on.

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1 Co-funded by the European Commission within the GMES initiative in FP-6 Integrated GMES Project on Landcover and Vegetation geoland Plans for Geoland follow-on Emphasis on global activities Marc Leroy, Etienne Bartholomé, Jean-Christophe Calvet, and Marek Tinz

2 12 July 2006 HALO Workshop, Toulouse geoland 2 Geoland structure

3 12 July 2006 HALO Workshop, Toulouse geoland 3 GMES Urban Services GMES SAGE GMES Forest Monitoring / GSE FM TerraFirma/ GSEGeoHazards CoastWatch ESA GMES Service Elements GSE geoland outlook Core Service Interreg, LIFE, national / regional funding Core Services European Land Monitoring Downstream Service Opportunities ? ? 2013 Land Cover & Vegetation (geoland) EC - FP - 6 Integrated Projects 2004 GSE Land Information Services Pilot Service Land Monitoring IP Long Term Sustainability Operation Implementation Consolidation Precursor FP 7 ? GMES Urban Services GMFS GlobCover Core Services Global Land Monitoring Pilot Service Global Land Monitoring

4 12 July 2006 HALO Workshop, Toulouse geoland 4 geoland objectives – Global Observatories GEOLAND the goal was to integrate European capacities, by assembling them in a common work & objectives preoperational demonstration consisted in off-line production for each segment organize R & D efforts oriented towards service needs GEOLAND Follow-on consolidate integration of national and European capacities, including ESA efforts pre-operational demonstration will consist to set up and run near real time operational processes in each segment develop the R & D work oriented towards service needs

5 12 July 2006 HALO Workshop, Toulouse geoland 5 User Segment Service Concept European Union Policy support Core Service Downstream Services Biogeophysical variables - vegetation - radiation - water MARSAfrica Observ. Land Carbon Seasonal Eur. Mon. Space & In-situ data Low – Medium resolution satellites geostationary -heliosynchronous High resolution satellites Ground truth

6 12 July 2006 HALO Workshop, Toulouse geoland 6 User Segment (established / foreseen in short term) MARS DG AGRI: though MARS-PAC (MoU) DG AIDCO: through MARS-FOOD (MoU) FAO: through JRC/MARS-FOOD (MoU) (contract FAO DG Aid Co) Africa Observatory DG RELEX, DEV, AIDCO through JRC (MoU) UNEP: though JRC/AfObs-Env (MoU) FAO: JRC/AfObs-Env (MoU) DG ENV: contact in place by Af.Obs, no MoU AMESD directly with project and/or AU when in place Land carbon ECMWF: project partner DG ENV: contacts to be consolidated EEA: contacts to be consolidated National level: no specific agreement, possible channel through EUMETNET Seasonal Monitoring Europe EEA DG Env ?

7 12 July 2006 HALO Workshop, Toulouse geoland 7 Core Service / Downstream services A Core service is a service whose users are in charge of the implementation of EU sectoral policies Downstream services are services for other users. They include : GEMS Atmospheric Services at ECMWF FAO, UNEP, AMESD, EUMETNET (customers of the Core Service through Service Level Agreements) others, to be identified later national regional other users through GEOSS...

8 12 July 2006 HALO Workshop, Toulouse geoland 8 Space & In-situ data Vegetation Water Radiation Space Segment Global & Continent. Coverage In situ & validation data CO2 Soil moisture High Resolution Images : SPOT, Landat, IKONOS, Air photos Carbon Storage Avhrr VGT Meris Atsr Modis Amsr Smos Ascat MSG Goes Others Smmi Sentinel 3EPS Leaf Area Index Radiation Crop yield and area Environmental Stress Indicators

9 12 July 2006 HALO Workshop, Toulouse geoland 9 Management Concept (tentative, TBC) Biogeophysical Parameters MARS Africa Observatory Land Carbon NRT Operations R & D NRT Op R & D NRT Op R & D NRT OpR & D NRT Op R & D Vege tation Radi ation Water Technical Coordination & Project Management Seasonal Monitoring of Europe Lead : JRC Lead : ECMWF Lead : EEA Lead : Medias-France

10 12 July 2006 HALO Workshop, Toulouse geoland 10 Users Near Real Time Operational Data Flow Core Service Biogeophysical variables MARS Africa Observ. Land Carbon Seasonal Eur. Mon. Space Segment Modis Vegetation Sentinel 3 Seviri Ascat Other Geostat. Sensors LAI, fCover, NDVI, Burnt Areas, Active Fires, Soil Moisture, Precipitation, Water Bodies, Temperature, Albedo,, Downwelling Flux Information Bulletins + CO2 flux + Biogeophysical variables European Union Downstream Services Meris Avhrr / Eps Ers / Scatt

11 12 July 2006 HALO Workshop, Toulouse geoland 11 R & D Plan IN SITU DATA Develop and maintain network of in-situ measurements for the validation of output products ; FLUXNET, VALERI, Soil Moisture, BSRN, Carbon storage, Crop yield & areas, Environmental stress indicators ALGORITHMS Develop methodologies for customizing the products to user needs (example : filling gaps in space & time) Prepare multi-sensor fusion methodologies Provide a platform of intercomparison of existing algorithms (benchmarking); produce & document advices for further processing Preparing the next generation of products / algorithms (to be produced operationally in the next 2 or 4 years) PROCESSING LINES Produce with updated methodologies operational and validated processing lines to be delivered to the NRT Op component PRODUCTS Producing archives of time series of all output variables. Reprocess these archives with updated generations of algorithms

12 12 July 2006 HALO Workshop, Toulouse geoland 12 Implementation Plan INTEGRATION OF CAPACITIES Ensure coordination between near real time operations providers in Europe in particular land SAF (MSG. METOP, MODIS/TBC), VITO (VGT, MERIS/TBC), MEDIAS-France (off-line reprocessing), EUMETSAT (incl. hydro products), and operators for key operational or pre-operational applications, namely JRC/MARS & Africa Obs, ECMWF, EEA take steps towards medium resolution pre-op. operation Integration of results from ESA GMES programs, such as Globcover, GMFS, Kyoto ARD, Globcarbon, and relevant national projects Prepare Service Level Agreements between service providers, and between providers and users Ensure centralized/coordinated communication and distribution access NEAR REAL TIME PRODUCTION Implement processing lines delivered by the R&D component in each segment Production in near real time of biogeophysical parameters, operated from the beginning of the project, NRT production soon after for the other components

13 12 July 2006 HALO Workshop, Toulouse geoland 13 Sustainability The goal of Geoland follow-on is to set up near real time operational capacity and proper European & national integration. Steps to go to truly operational capacity need to be identified – part of GMES governance funding source funding mechanism milestones and planning


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