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1 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 1 Overview of the Guidelines and Requirements for the Candidate Solutions Anthony Hollingsworth & Johannes Kaiser

2 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 2 Anthony Hollingsworth apologises for his absence on Tuesday, which is due to a visit of Mr. P. Weissenberg to ECMWF.

3 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 3 Overview of Presentation Introduction: Objectives, Study Logic, … System Layout Data Flow Characterisation 2 nd Workshop Conclusions Questions for Today and Tomorrow

4 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 4 Introduction: Objectives, Study Logic, …

5 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 5 HALO – GMES Specific Support Action (SSA) Harmonised coordination of Atmosphere, Land and Ocean integrated projects of the GMES backbone (project lifetime: 1/2/2004 – 1/1/2007) GMES Fast-Track Pilot Services to be operational from 2008 Marine Services (IP MERSEA follow-up) Land Monitoring (IP GEOLAND-Europe follow-up) Emergency Response (IP RISK-PREVIEW follow-up) Proposed GEMS Fast-Track Pilot Services to be operational from 2009 onwards Atmospheric Services (IP GEMS follow-up) Global Land Monitoring (IP GEOLAND-Global follow-up) Security HALO aims at formulating agreed recommendations to GAC and IPs Scientific thematic analysis of links: Direct product exchange Unaccomplished data demands Common data Coordinated solutions to infra-structure in operational mode Candidate solutions by Alcatel and Astrium Atmospheric Services Security Global Land Monitoring Emergency Response Marine Services Land Monitoring HALO

6 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 6 GMES Fast-Track Pilot Services and HALO Aim of HALO: Optimising the efficiency of interaction the Atmosphere, Ocean and Land segments by formulating agreed recommendations to A - L - O IPs and GMES steering groups in areas of Scientific thematic analysis and coordination Coordinated solutions to shared problems Recommendations to the transition to operational status Definition of Infrastructure Candidate Solutions Atmospheric Services Security Global Land Monitoring Emergency Response Marine Services Land Monitoring HALO

7 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 7 Iterative Development of the Guidelines (=Requirements) Initialisation of Guideline MERSEA IP GEMS IP GEOLAND IP Guideline consolidation Data flow characterisation Definition of candidate solutions

8 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 8 Progress of the Candidate Solution Definition 2004 Reports: ECMWFs data and products for GMES geoland data and products for GMES MERSEA data and products for GMES GEMS data and products for GMES 2005 Reports: Interacting parts of GEMS, MERSEA and geoland: Data, products and infrastructure HALO Guideline 2005/2006 Draft Report: Infrastructure candidate solutions overview What data flows are expected? draft discussed at 2 nd Workshop and updated afterward

9 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 9 Chief Objectives of this Meeting Project-internal Agreement on which candidate solutions shall be assessed, advantages and disadvantages of each, which one HALO shall recommend.

10 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 10 System Layout

11 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 11 Current System of IPs (2006) Geoland GEMS MERSEA RT link Off -line link Model Assim. Retrieval Data Satellite Agencies CLS NER SC m-f CMS MFS TOPAZ Mer cator CSP OFM ECMWF NWP UK-metoffice FOAM ONC OLF GEMS In-situ NWP Cor iolis

12 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 12 GMES Vision 2009: Core Services + Downstream Services

13 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 13 Data Flow Characterisation

14 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 14 Data Categories used in the HALO Reports categories of exchange internal: within one IP interacting: between two IPs external: between an IP and a third party observation categories in-situ satellite-based delivery mode real-time / near-real time regular on-demand / offline

15 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 15 Interacting, External, Internal M ERSEA data flow: Interacting, External, Internal Data flowSourceDestinationDelivery ModeTheme/Product Meteorological forcing fields ECMWFOcean Model Centre Regular distribution, real- time analysis and forecasts, Regional High resolution models Meteorological forecast/NWP Bulletin GEMS global aerosol products ECMWFMersea retrieval centres to be checked, initially research mode only Atmospheric Aerosol data for atmospheric corrections in retrieval Satellite dataESA, EUMETSAT, NASA, NOAA MERSEA Satellite TEP RegularAlong track, validated Satellite products SAT -TEP, GHRSST, SSALTO, OSI/SAF Ocean Model Centre RegularMerged, gridded, validated products In-situ observations GDAC, RDAC, ARGO, GTSPP, DBCP, In-situ Data Centre Regular + On-demandHigh quality controlled, merged gridded products, climatology In-situ observations in real time ARGOIn Situ - TEPReal Time flowARGO data in real -or near real -time, with QC flags In-situ observations in real time In Situ - TEP (from ARGO) Ocean Model Centre Real Time flowARGO data in real -or near real -time, with QC flags In-situ observations in real time In Situ - TEP?Real Time flowGSUD / VOS, Ocen time series / BBCP

16 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 16 Interacting, Internal geoland Data Flow: Interacting, Internal Data flowSourceDestinationDelivery ModeTheme/Product Meteorological forcing fields for land surface models ECMWFGeoland-ONCRegularAir temperature/humidity, wind speed, precipitation, incoming radiation (short and longwave) Geoland Global products Geoland- CSP GEMSRegular + On- demand Generic Land Cover (300 m – 1 km resolution Geoland CSP-OFM vegetation CO2 GEOLAND- OFM ECMWF to be checked, initially research mode only Land use change and forest fires geoland ONC vegetation CO2 GEOLAND- ECMWF ECMWF to be checked, initially research mode only Vegetation data as input for emission models (biogenic and fires): CO2 fluxes, above- ground biomass, stomatal conductance GEMS global aerosol products ECMWFgeoland retrieval centres to be checked, initially research mode only Atmospheric Aerosol data for atmospheric corrections in retrieval Geoland Global Gobal products Geoland- ECMWF Regular + On- demandTo be checked, initially research mode only (TBC) Biogeophysical Parameters (Rainfall for water cycle, burned area, active fire and LAI for trace gas emission)Vegetation data as input for emission models (biogenic and fires) (TBC) Satellite forcing fields for land surface models Geoland- CSP Geoland-ONCRegularImproved precipitation fields and incoming radiation (short and longwave)

17 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 17 External geoland Data Flow: External Data flowSourceDestinationDelivery ModeTheme/Product Satellite dataESA EUMETSAT NOAA / NASA Geoland-CSPRegular + On- demand Satellite observation to infer information about the land surface, in three areas : vegetation, radiation, water in-situ dataMeteoGeoland-CSPRegular + On demand Rainfall In-situ dataResearch labs Geoland-CSPOn demandValidation data for Vegetation, radiation, soil moisture products Satellite dataSPOT Image, NASA Geoland-CSPOn demandValidation data for Vegetation & Land cover products Satellite data to be assimilated ESA EUMETSAT NOAA/NASA CNES Geoland-ONCRegular + On- demand Satellite observation to infer information about the land surface and the vegetation status. In-situ data for validation FluxnetGeoland-ONCOn-demandCO2 and water fluxes In-situ data for validation GAWGeolandOn-demandradiative surface fluxes

18 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 18 Interacting GEMS Data Flow: Interacting Data flowSourceDestinationDelivery ModeTheme/Product Geoland CSP-OFM vegetation CO2 ECMWF to be checked, initially research mode only Land use change and forest fires geoland ONC vegetation CO2 ECMWF ECMWF to be checked, initially research mode only Vegetation data as input for emission models (biogenic and fires): CO2 fluxes, above-ground biomass, stomatal conductance GEMS global aerosol products ECMWFMersea retrieval centres to be checked, initially research mode only Atmospheric Aerosol data for atmospheric corrections in retrieval GEMS global aerosol products ECMWFgeoland retrieval centres to be checked, initially research mode only Atmospheric Aerosol data for atmospheric corrections in retrieval Meteorological forcing fields ECMWFOcean Model Centre Regular distribution, real- time analysis and forecasts, Regional High resolution models Meteorological forecast/NWP Bulletin Meteorological forcing fields for land surface models ECMWF Geoland/ONC RegularAir temperature/humidity, wind speed, precipitation, incoming radiation (short and longwave) Geoland Global products Geoland-CSPGEMSRegular + On-demandGeneric Land Cover (300 m – 1 km resolution

19 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 19 External, Internal GEMS Data Flow: External, Internal Data flowSourceDestinationDelivery ModeTheme/Product Satellite dataESA, EUMETSAT, NOAA / NASA (UNI-BREMEN, UMW) ECMWFoperationalRaw radiances and satellites products on atmospheric species concentration and fire count/ burnt area in-situ dataScattered provider (NILU, EEA, national and regional authorities) ECMWF MPI KNMI RAQ Centres regularIn situ observation for validation CO2 concentrationwww.cmdl.noaa.g ov, gaw.kishou.go.jp ECMWF on demandvalidation data for CO2 assimilation. open access on the internet. GEMS global productsECMWFGEMS RAQ Centres (6) operationalBoundary conditions for reginal air pollution models

20 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 20 In-Situ Providers for GEMS CarboEurope, NOAA-CMDL, FLUXNET, ALE-GAGE-AGAGE, WDCGG data centre, WMO/GAW, WOUDC, DWD, SHADOZ, MOZAIC, DLR, IPSL, NILU, NDSC, EMEP, NILU, IMPROVE, AERONET, PHOTONS, WDCA, Brewer network, NUIG, ARM, SIRTA, NJKDSC, BSRN, SURFRAD, NASA, HELCOM, OSPAR, CREATE, DAEDALUS, GMES-GATO, Met-Monieur, AIRBASE, … Is there a role for WIN and ORCHESTRA?

21 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 21 2 nd HALO Workshop Infrastructure Conclusions (December 2005)

22 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 22 Selected Conclusions on Infrastructure Candidate Solutions 1.need description of two alternative technical solution candidates one using the existing meteorological network, ie GTS another EUMETCast Does WIS encompass both GTS and EUMETCast? 2.compare the two solutions: commonalities and differences advantages and limitations 3.Data policy implications of the two solution candidates shall be pointed out. 4.an additional HALO meeting to decide on a solution recommendation 5.separate the discussions of solutions for the operational real-time data flow and for the data access for time-lagged products like reanalyses.

23 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 23 Questions for Today and Tomorrow

24 HALO Guideline and Candidate Solution OverviewHollingsworth & Kaiser HALO meeting, Toulouse, Jul 2006Slide 24 GTSEUMET Cast WIS political characteristics easy access for European institutions global reach low cost easy implementation of data policies flexibility to serve new customers technical characteristics capacity/throughput reliability adaptability to new requirements /upgradability widely accepted technical standards, both globally and within Europe efficiency for HALO/GMES data flows core product exchange satellite data acquisition in-situ data acquisition


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