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Commission for Basic Systems / OPAG on Integrated Observing Systems
Workshop on the WMO Role in the Architecture for Climate Monitoring from Space
Date: 6 February 2019, 9:00 - 17:00
Venue: WMO HQ, Geneva, Room "8 Jura "  (8th floor)

ALL DOCUMENTS AND PRESENTATIONS

Agenda Item Related Working Documents for Discussion

1

Welcome and Organization of the Session [Provisional Agenda, Invitation Letter]

2

WMO Role in the Architecture for Climate Monitoring from Space (WMO)

3

WGClimate and Architecture for Climate Monitoring from Space (Chair WGClimate)

4

SCOPE-CM and Architecture for Climate Monitoring from Space (Chair SCOPE-CM)

5

Discussion of Draft Consensus Paper on the Architecture for Climate Monitoring from Space (Paper, Presentation) (All)

6

Preparation of Climate Event at the 18th World Meteorological Congress (Cg-18)

7

Closing

   
Information Documents

I.1

Cg Resolutions and EC Decisions related to the Architecture for Climate Monitoring from Space

   
Earlier Workshops on the Architecture for Climate Monitoring from Space
 

First Workshop on Space-based Architecture for Climate GCOS, "CONTINUITY AND ARCHITECTURE REQUIREMENTS FOR CLIMATE MONITORING", 13-14 January 2011

  Cg-XVI Side Event: Developing a Space-based Architecture for Climate Monitoring, 18 May 2011
  3rd Meeting of CEOS-CGMS-WMO adhoc group on the Architecture for Climate Monitoring from Space, 18-19 February 2013
   
General Background Information
 

WMO Space Programme description (as adopted by Cg-XVI)

 

Strategy Towards an Architecture for Climate Monitoring from Space (2013)


Vision for WIGOS in 2040 (Draft 1.7)


CEOS Whitepaper "A Constellation Architecture for Monitoring Carbon Dioxide and Methane from Space"

  Overview of Coordinating Climate Bodies, Rainer Hollmann, Fourth Session of the Inter-Programme Expert Team on Satellite Utilization and Products (IPET-SUP-4)


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