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3rd Meeting of CEOS-CGMS-WMO adhoc group on
the Architecture for Climate Monitoring from Space

Date: 18-19 February 2013  Start: 14h00
Venue: WMO HQ, Geneva - Salle C2
Directions and Hotel information
Final report: Published here : Final meeting reports (as soon as available)

 

Item Agenda and Documents  
1

Introductions

Welcome

Doc 1 Agenda

 

(M. Dowell & W. Zhang)

2

2.1

2.2

2.3

 

 

Strategy Report and ECV Inventory response

Outcomes of WMO Ext. Congress on GFCS

Architecture Strategy report status and follow-on 

ECV Inventory initial response and basic analysis

Discussion on initial response to ECV Inventory

Summary of discussion on Initial response to ECV Inventory

 

(W. Zhang)

(M.Dowell)

(S. Stover)

(All)

(M.Dowell)

3

3.1

3.2

3.3

Case Studies for the logical architecture

Case Studies in support of European Policy

Case Studies in support of Small Island States

Example case study contributing to a GFCS Theme + general discussion

 

(J. Wilson)

(M. Dowell & Joerg Schulz)

(S. Bojinski)

4

4.1

Relationship to other ECV Inventories

GCOS/WCRP work on ECV Inventories (A. Simmons)

Discussion on “consolidating/harmonizing” complementary inventory efforts

 

5

5.1

 

Analysis to be undertaken on ECV Inventory

Contributions to macroscale space segment definition

Discussion: including issues associated with the Inventory “lifecycle”, what validation need to be undertaken, and agency feedback

 

 

(J. Lafeuille, C. Wooldridge)

(All)

  Background documentation  
  Inf 1: List of invitees  
  ECV Inventory (Link)  
  OSCAR (Observing System Capabilities Analysis and Review) tool (link)  
  Strategy towards an Architecture for Climate Monitoring from Space (2013)  
  GEO Critical Earth Observation Priorities (GEO Task US-09-01a)
    - Final Report (March 2012)
    - Summary of results  (March 2012)
 

 

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