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Workshop on

Operational Space-based Weather and Climate Extremes Monitoring (SWCEM)

 

Date: 15-17 February 2017, Start of the meeting: 9 am (Registration as of 8:45 am)

Venue: WMO Headquarters Press Room (Opening session), Room Lake7 (breakout session)

Workshop Final Report

Agenda Item

AGENDA ITEMS

Doc. N°

Submitted by

1

OPENING OF THE MEETING

 

 

1.1

Opening remarks

 

Secretariat

(Elena Manaenkova)

1.2

Introduction of participants

(Provisional list of participants)

1.2

 

all

 

2

Working Arrangements

 

 

2.1

 

Explanatory memorandum to the provisional agend - Adoption of agenda (Provisional agenda)

2.1

 

Secretariat

 

2.2

Working arrangements

 

Secretariat

3

STRAGEGIC OVERVIEW OF SWCEM

 

Moderator: Mark Dowell

 

Introduction to the workshop

3(1) abstract

Secretariat

(Toshiyuki KURINO)

 

Archtecture for Climate Monitoring from Space

3(2) abstract

Mark Dowell

4

Expectation to SWCEM

 

Moderator: Mark Dowell

 

(1) GEO

(2) GFCS

(3) GCOS

(4) WCRP

(5) CLW/DRMM

(6) CLW/Agricultural Met

(7) EC Copernicus Emergency Management Service

(8) UNITAR/UNOSAT

4(1) abstract

4(2) abstract

4(3) abstract

4(4) abstract

4(5) abstract

4(6) abstract

4(7) abstract

4(8) abstract

(1) Barbara Ryan

(2) Filipe Lucio

(3) Carolin Richter

(4) Boram Lee

(5) Omar Baddour

(6) Jose Camacho

(7) Peter Salamon

(8) Einar Bjorgo

5

Contribution of International Science Group to SWCEM

 

Moderator: Mark Dowell

 

(1) IPWG

(2) GEWEX

(3) CM-SAF

(4) SCOPE-CM

(5) WCRP/ETCCDI

(6) Joint CEOS/CGMS Working Group on Climate

5(1) abstract

5(2) abstract

5(3) abstract

5(4) abstract

5(5)/Appendix/abstract

5(6) abstract

(1) Ralph Ferraro

(2) Joerg Schulz

(3) Rainer Hollmann

(4) Jeff Privette

(5) Ali Behrangi

(6) Joerg Schulz

6

Users' Perspectives of WMO RCCs and NMHSs to SWCEM

 

Moderator: Mark Dowell

 

(1) NOAA/CPC

(2) JMA/Tokyo Climate Centre

(3) CMA/Beijing Climate Centre

(4) AuBoM

(5) BMKG

(6) Tanzania Meteorlgical Agency

6(1) abstract

6(2) abstract

6(3) abstract

6(4) abstract

6(5) abstract

6(6) abstract

(1) Pingping Xie

(2) Kiyotoshi TAKAHASHI

(3) Fengjing XIAO

(4) Yuriy Kuleshov

(5) Riris Adriyanto

(6) Ladislaus Changa

7

Contribution of Satellite Operators to SWCEM

 

Moderator: Mark Dowell

 

(1) JAXA/EORC

(2) CMA/NSMC

(3) NOAA/NESDIS

(4) EUMETSAT

7(1) abstract

7(2) abstract

7(3) abstract

7(4) abstract

(1) Riko OKI

(2) Yang JUN

(3) Ralph Ferraro

(4) Joerg Schulz

8 Regional Climate Model for Weather and Climate Monitoring  

Moderator: Mark Dowell

 

(1) ECMWF

8(1) abstract

Dick Dee

9

Break-out Session to address objectives

9(1)

 

 

Session 1

(1) To present use-cases for satellite-derived products focusing on monitoring extreme events with regard to ‘accumulated high precipitation’ and ‘drought’

(2) To understand and document the requirements from RCCs/climate centres for monitoring weather and climate extremes in operations, with a focus on ‘accumulated high precipitation’ and ‘drought’

 

 

 

 

 

Chair/Rapporteur:

Ralph Ferraro, Pingping Xie

 

Session 2

(3) To identify lessons learned in  the formulation of weather and climate extremes-related requirements and satellite-specific responses, and to formulate a preliminary response by RCCs/climate centres to the identified requirements

(4) To assess the feasibility of a demonstration of space-based weather and climate extremes monitoring in operations, for strengthening the capacity of NMHSs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chair/Rapporteur:

Joerg Schulz, Rainer Hollmann

10

Report from Break-out Session

(1) Use-cases

(2) Requirements of climate centres for satellite-based products

(3) Formulation of requirements by intermediate and end users

(4) A Demonstration SWCEM in Operation: Pilot Projects

 

10(1)/(2)

 

 

10(3)/(4)

 

Moderator: Don Hinsman

Ralph Ferraro, Pingping Xie

 

Joerg Schulz, Rainer Hollmann

11

Conclusion

N/A

 

 

Adoption of Recommendation

11

Moderator: Tillmann Mohr

12

CLOSING

N/A

 

 

Closure of the workshop

 

Sectetariat

(Wenjian Zhang)

 

 

 





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