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GCW CryoNet Implementation Meeting

First Session

 

Vienna, Austria
20 -22 November 2012

 

Documentation plan

(updated 03 May 2013 )

 

 

Agenda item
Doc No.
Title
Submitted by Deadline
1

ORGANIZATION OF THE SESSION

1.1

Welcome and Opening of the session

1.2

Adoption of the Agenda

1.2.1
Secretariat
Done
1.2.2
Secretariat
Done
INF.4
Secretariat
Done
1.3

Working Arrangements

INF.1
Schoener
Done
1.4

Participant introductions

INF.3
Secretariat
Done
2

CRYONET BACKGROUND

2.1

GCW Implementation Plan

INF.2

Secretariat Done
INF.5 Key Done
2.2

Summary of CryoNet Discussion at GCW-IM-1

Schoener In-session
INF.15 Schoener Done
2.3

CryoNet in the context of WMO Programmes

Dibbern In-session
INF.6 Dibbern Done
INF.7 Secretariat Done
3

ROUNDTABLE: INITIATION OF COMPREHENSIVE CRYOSPHERE OBSERVING NETWORK

3.1

CryoNet objectives and synthesis of participant responses to questionnaire

Schoener In-session
3.1.1
Secretariat Done
INF.8 All Done
3.2

Presentation of Potential CryoNet sites/networks

All In-session
3.2.1 Secretariat Done
INF.9
All Done
3.2.2

Presentations on Sites

All In-session
4

CRYONET: OBJECTIVES AND BENEFITS

4.1

Background statement

Key/Schoener  In-session
4.2

Benefits to modeling, remote sensing, research, policy

4.2.1

Modelling

Balsamo

Done

INF.27

Potential benefits of the Cryonet Initiative to NWP modelling

Balsamo
Done
4.2.2
Herland Done
4.2.3

GCW: relevance for water resources

Snorrason Done

INF.25

Climate and Energy Systems (CES) Project

Snorrason Done

INF.26

Measuring Glacier Change in the Himalayas

Snorrason Done
4.3

Discussion to refine CryoNet objectives and benefits

All In-session
5

HARMONIZATION OF CRYOSPHERIC OBSERVATIONS

5.1

Experiences from participation in the Global Atmosphere Watch (GAW)

TBC In-session

INF.16

Secretariat Done
5.2

Views of International Organizations/Data Centers

INF.14 Fierz Done
INF.10 Zemp Done
INF.23 IPA/GTN-P Done
INF.12 Uttal Done
INF.22 Starkweather Done
INF.11 Colwell Done
INF.23 Citterio Done
6

STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES FOR CRYONET

6.1

WMO Procedures on Guidelines and Standards

Dibbern In-session
6.2

Other Existing Standards and Guidelines for Cryospheric Measurements

INF.13
Fierz
Done
INF.xx

Permafrost

May
In-session
INF.28

Sea Ice

Smolyanitsky
Done
7

STRUCTURING OF CRYONET

7.1

Potential Structures for CryoNet

TBC  
INF.19 Secretariat
Done
INF.xx

Coordinated Energy and water cycle Observations Project (CEOP)

Ohata
In-session
INF.18 Schoener Done
8

DATA POLICY AND EXCHANGE

8.1

Discussion on Data Policy and Exchange

Snorrason In-session
INF.17 Secretariat Done
INF.20 Snorrason Done
INF.21 Snorrason Done
INF.24 Secretariat Done
9

BREAK-OUT SESSIONS ON CRYONET STRUCTURE AND ASSOCIATED OBSERVING PROGRAMME

10

DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF CRYONET

10.1

Report of break-out groups

All In-session
10.2

CryoNet objectives

All In-session
10.3

Site definitions and associated observing programme

All In-session
10.4

Identification of potential CryoNet sites

All In-session
10.5

Governance of CryoNet and need for lead centres responsible for cryospheric components

All In-session
10.6

Requirements for inclusion in CryoNet

All In-session
10.7

CryoNet Data Policy

All In-session
10.8

Potential Pilot Projects

All In-session
11

CRYONET WORKING GROUPS

11.1

Define

- In-session
11.2

Duties/terms of reference

- In-session
12

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES AND SUSTAINABILITY

12.1

WMO

- In-session
12.2

National programs

- In-session
12.3

Funding agencies and mechanisms

- In-session
13

NEXT STEPS FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF CRYONET

14

CLOSURE OF MEETING

 

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