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1 U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey USGS Emergency Operations Natural Hazards Support and Monitoring Geospatial Data Support and Acquisition

2 USGS Mission USGS serves the nation by providing reliable scientific information: As an unbiased, multi-disciplinary science organization that focuses on biology, geography, geology, geospatial information, and water Is dedicated to the timely, relevant, and impartial study of the landscape, our natural resources, and the natural hazards that threaten us.

3 Minimize loss of life and property from natural disasters such as: Landslides Earthquakes Volcanic Activity Flooding Wildfires Biological Diseases USGS Mission

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11 The over arching goal of the program is To: make relevant remote sensing and earth science data available to customers In a way that: is fast, efficient, and easy to use So that: deaths, injuries, property damage, economic losses, and human suffering caused by disasters are minimized And can be measured by: timeliness of response, accuracy of response, utility of products, and customer satisfaction. USGS Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) Emergency Operations

12 Coordination of Federal Geospatial Activities Coordinate calls for geospatial activities Led by staff at USGS EROS Frequency driven by need Coordinating Federal civil requirements, data acquisitions, information delivery in preparation for, during and after events Identification of data, information, and services to be coordinated for use across the community

13 Coordination of Federal Geospatial Activities FEMAS executive agent for the acquisition and coordination of commercial and civil government aerial and satellite remote sensing during national disaster response operations

14 Coordination of Federal Geospatial Activities International Charter Remote Sensing Data Other sources of Remote Sensing Data

15 International Charter Space and Major Disasters An International agreement among Space Agencies to support, with space-based data and information, relief efforts in the event of emergencies caused by major disasters Disaster response Multi-satellite data acquisition Fast data turn-around – priority acquisition Archive retrievals and spacecraft tasking Data processing at pre-determined level Space Agency contribution in image/data Space Agency initiative for value-added-data fusion

16 CSA Canada NOAAUSGSUSA CONAE Argentina CNES France ISROIndia JAXA Japan Charter Member Agencies CNSA China BNSC/DMC UK NI TR DZ ESA Europe

17 International Charter Membership Resources RadarERS-2, RADARSAT-1, ENVISAT, ALOS PALSAR SPOT2, SPOT4, SPOT5, IRS-1C, IRS-P6, IRS-P5, CHRIS/PROBA, LANDSAT5, LANDSAT7 Optical HR/VHRALOS AVNIR/PRISM, BILSAT, ALSAT, NigeriaSat, UKDMC, Beijing-1, CBERS-2 Ikonos, QuickBird,Formosat, Topsat Optical MRMERIS, POES, GOES, SAC-C

18 Other Remote Sensing Assets US Air Force EagleVision The DoDs ONLY Deployable, Commercial Imagery Ground Station Directly Receives and Processes Critical Imagery Data Provide image acquisition support to emergency response community

19 Other Remote Sensing Assets EPA Airborne Spectral Photometric Environmental Collection Technology (ASPECT) is on standby for possible Emergency Support Function 10 deployment (EO/IR, multi-spectral, hyper-spectral) Aero Commander 680 -

20 Other Remote Sensing Assets National Guard Bureau RC-26 Electro-Optical/ Infrared (EO/IR), Full Motion Video (FMV) 2 OH-58; FMV Department of Homeland Security; Customs and Border Protection Predator B Unmanned Aerial System, Lynx Synthetic Aperture Radar, MX-15 Electro Optical/Infrared Detection and monitoring capability, Full Motion Video P-3 Full Motion Video (BIG PIPE) RC-26OH-58 CE-550 MQ-9 Predator B P-3

21 Other Remote Sensing Assets Civil Air Patrol Airborne Real-Time Cueing Hyperspectral Enhanced Reconnaissance System (ARCHER) US Northern Command RC-26 flying mission for LA Secretary of Fisheries and Wildlife C-130 Scathe View flying mission in LA of flooded areas OC-135, RQ-4 Global Hawk available for assessment missions OC-135 CAP Cessna-182

22 Other Remote Sensing Assets NOAA Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES) scheduled for Rapid Scan Operations The imagery collected will be made available on the internet at av/ av/ Citation Jet; digital cameras collects Red, Green, Blue (color) and the other collects Near Infrared (850nm) LIDAR systems NOAA AC-690 Turbo Commander ASTER World View 1

23 Other Remote Sensing Assets NGA-Commercial Vendors Digital Globe World View Quickbird Ikonos NASA Advanced Space borne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) satellite AVIRIS IKHANA\ EO-1 ASTER World View 1

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