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12th SESSION OF CONSULTATIVE MEETINGS
ON HIGH-LEVEL POLICY ON SATELLITE MATTERS  (CM-12)
Date: Saturday 21 June 2014,  meeting from 9:30 to 16:30, welcome and registration: 9:00
Venue: WMO Headquarters, Salle A , Geneva
Directions and Hotel information
Final Report: Published here : Final meeting reports (as soon as available)

Agenda Item Related Working Documents and Background Information

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ORGANIZATION OF THE SESSION
1.1 Opening of the session
1.2 Adoption of the agenda
Doc 1.2(1) Provisional Agenda
Doc 1.2(2) Explanatory Memorandum
Doc 1.2(3) Tentative schedule (Revised)

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SPACE-BASED ARCHITECTURE FOR CLIMATE MONITORING AND ASSOCIATED DATA POLICIES

2.1 GFCS
Doc 2.1 (3) Update on Global Framework for Climate Services (GFCS)  (Secretariat, GFCS Office)
Presentation on GFCS

Doc 2.1.(2) Preliminary outcome of the WMO EC Task Team on the WMO Policy for International Exchange of Climate Data and Products to Support Implementation of GFCS (EC-66/Doc.3.2(1))

2.2 Progress reports on development of the Architecture for Climate Monitoring from Space, data preservation and data policy
Background:
Resolution 19 (Cg-16): Development of an architecture for climate monitoring from space
Strategy towards an Architecture for Climate Monitoring from Space (CEOS, CGMS, WMO)

Doc 2.2.(1) (Presentation) Report on the Strategy Towards an Architecture for Climate Monitoring from Space (Mark Dowell/Wenjian Zhang )

Doc 2.2.(2) Progress and Future Plans for the Architecture for Climate Monitoring from Space (Dr John Bates, NOAA; Chair of the CEOS-CGMS Working Group on Climate)
Presentation

2.3 Presentations by satellite operators and space agencies on responses to the Architecture and associated data policies

Doc 2.3.(1) (Presentation) ESA Climate Change Initiative contributing to the global space architecture for climate monitoring (Dr Pascal Lecomte, ESA)

Doc 2.3.(2) (Presentation) Polar Communications and Weather Mission: Status and potential contribution to the space-based architecture for climate monitoring (Michael Crowe, Environment Canada)

2.4 Discussion and conclusions

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SOCIO-ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF SPACE PROGRAMMES

3.1 Progress report from the Tiger Team on Socio-Economic Benefits from Space Programmes (Charles Wooldridge, NOAA, Chair of the CGMS SETT)

3.2 Presentations by satellite operators and space agencies on socio-economic benefit studies
Doc 3.2.(1) (Presentation) EUMETSAT:Cost-benefit analysis of EPS Second Generation
(Paul Counet)
Doc 3.2.(2) (Presentation) CMA: Preliminary assessment of socio-economic benefits from China Meteorological Satellite Programs (Dr Zheng Guoguang/Yang Jun )
Doc 3.2.(3) NOAA's JPSS Economic Benefit Analysis (Charles Wooldridge)
Doc 3.2.(4) (Presentation) JMA: Himawari-8 and -9 from Disaster Risk Reduction Perspective (Tatsuya Kimura)

3.3 Discussion and conclusions

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ANY OTHER BUSINESS

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CLOSURE OF THE SESSION

General Background Documents/ Information
   
   


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