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Polar Space Task Group (PSTG)
Fifth Session
Date: 5-7 October 2015
Venue: DLR OBERPFAFFENHOFEN
GERMANY
Meeting room & Logistics
Report: <as soon as available>
Related links : PSTG Home

ALL DOCUMENTS AND PRESENTATIONS (11MB, 20150930)

 

Agenda Item Related Working Documents

1

Welcome and Opening Remarks

 2  Introductions to Participants

3

Approval of Agenda [doc - 20150930]

 4  Review of Action Items [doc]

5

DLR Radar-based Polar and Cryosphere Activities

6

EC-PHORS-6 Update [doc ppt ]

7

 

Global Cryosphere Watch [doc]

CryoNet Status
SnowPEx Status
Snow Products Intercomparison Workshop

8

Finalizing the Strategic Implementation Plan 2015-2018 [doc ppt Comments Summary-PSTG-Goals]

9

Progress Update: SAR CWG Activities

10

DLR Atmospheric Missions with Relevance to Cryosphere-Atmosphere Coupling

11

Focus Session: Progress in Addressing Permafrost User Requirements [ Summary-PSTG-Goals ]

12

World Glacier Monitoring by Satellites

13

Focus Session: Progress in Addressing Glacier and Ice Sheet User Requirements [ Summary-PSTG-Goals ]

 14  Year Of Polar Prediction Planning Status [ YOPP-Summit-Agenda YOPP-Summit-Brief Summary-PSTG-Goals ]
 15  Focus Session: Progress in Addressing Floating Ice User Requirements [ Summary-PSTG-Goals ]
 16  Focus Session: Progress in Addressing Snow User Requirements [ ProgressReport Summary-PSTG-Goals ]
 17  New User Requirements: Community Review of Southern Ocean Satellite Data Needs [doc]
 18  Synthesis of Agency Contributions
 19  Status of Membership [doc]

20

Summary of PSTG Actions

Background Documents / Information
INF. 1 General Meeting Information, Logistics
INF. 2 Report of US-Swedish Planning Workshop on Joint Arctic Research using the I/B Oden
INF. 3 ESA-WCRP-CliC Earth Observation & Arctic Science Priorities
INF. 4 CEOS UNFCCC COP21 Earth Observation Handbook
   


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