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CEOS-CGMS Joint Working Group on Climate

5th session

Date: 25-27 March 2015
Venue: WMO HQ, Geneva (Press Room, Ground floor)
Directions and Hotel information

 

Item Agenda and Documents  

1

Introductions and Context
Agenda (V4, 18 Mar 2015)
Review of WGClimate activities and work plan

 

 

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International Coordination

GCOS
WMO Space Programme
World Climate Research Programme
Group on Earth Observations

 

3

 

Climate Monitoring Architecture
GFCS: Case Studies for Architecture for Climate Monitoring from Space
Copernicus Climate Change Service
Role of observations in climate adaptation, mitigation, and services

 

 

4

Preparation and coordination for COP-21/SBSTA-43
GCOS/IPCC/UNFCCC Workshop on Enhancing Observations
CEOS Carbon Strategy Implementation Study Team
Proposed WGClimate Contribution to COP-21/SBSTA-43 and to Carbon

 

5

 

ECV Inventory - Assessment

ECV Inventory and Assessment Tools (Draft Reference Process)
ECV Assessment - Break-out Groups

 

6

 

ECV Inventory - Gap Analysis

Overview and background
ECV Gap Analysis - Break-out Groups

 

7

 

Coordination with other bodies - Standards, Formats, and Accessibility
CEOS Working Group on Calibration and Validation (WGCV) - Terrestrial ECV Cal/Val
CEOS Working Group on Calibration and Validation (WGCV) - Overview
CEOS Working Group on Information Systems and Services (WGISS)
CHARMe: Harvesting and Sharing Metadata
SCOPE-CM - Review of SCOPE-CM and Geostationary FCDR Inventory
WCRP Data Advisory Council - Obs4MIPs Format and Documentation

 

8

Governance, Summary, and Actions

 
  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  
  GCOS-WCRP letter  


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