2 edition of Report of the GCOS Space-based Observation Task Group found in the catalog.
Report of the GCOS Space-based Observation Task Group
Global Climate Observing System. Space-based Observation Task Group.
|Series||WMO/TD -- no. 641., GCOS -- 7., GCOS (Series) -- 7.|
|Contributions||Global Climate Observing System., World Meteorological Organization.|
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|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
GCOS and space agencies, in particular Conclusion #12 from SB which refers to SBSTA acknowledging the ability of satellite observations of greenhouse gases to support the Paris Agreement. There is increasing recognition at the policy and international levels on the applicability of space-basedFile Size: 5MB. Strategic Implementation Team (SIT) It is an excellent example of integration of in-situ and space based data, and it demonstrates how a specific project provides valuable input to CEOS.
Monna opened the discussion by explaining the group’s task was to convert the views expressed during the discussions on data and observations into specific, action-oriented recommendations. GCOS stressed the need to produce recommendations that influence or enable parties to take action on data and observations, relating to adaptation. GLASS17 –LoCo Updates • LoCo Publicity • GEWEX Website • Status of CoMeT • Cheat Sheets • LoCo Publications • Book Chapter • BAMS Article • WG Pubs • SGP Updates • ESLCS • New soil moisture network • CSLAEX • LAFE field campaign • PBL Initiatives • NASA Science Task Group • Decadal Survey • GCOS/ECV Initiative • DICE analysis • LIS-SCM • CMIP6 Connection.
There is a need for a global preparedness for space weather hazards, which could threaten the space-based observations among other space satellite services. There is an ongoing need for radio frequency co-ordination, which the Commission for Basic Systems’ Steering Group on Radio Frequency Coordination will continue to address. C.1 A Vision for the WIGOS space-based Polar Space Task Group (PSTG) covers polar sea-ice observations well, but CEOS ACC, CGMS, Copernicus Task Forces A&B, noting the GCOS IP and corresponding response as well as WIGOS Discussions took place at CEOS SIT Sept It was agreed that the ACC-VC.
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GCOS-1 (WMO/TD-No. ) Report of the first session of the Joint Scientific and Technical Committee for GCOS (Geneva, Switzerland, April). Following discussions on possible modifications to the structure and Terms of Reference of the Global Observing Systems Space Panel (GOSSP) at the Fifth Session of the G3OS Sponsors Group.
GCOS () Systematic observation requirements for satellite-based products for climate. Supplemental Details to the Satellite-based Component of the “Implementation Plan for the Global Observing System for Climate in Support of the UNFCCC” (Report GCOS, WMO/TD No.
), World Meteorological Organization, Geneva, Switzerland, 90 pp. Google ScholarCited by: GCOS has produced a status report reviewing progress of the Global Climate Observing System and outcomes of actions identified in the Implementation Plan.
This Status Report will be submitted to the UNFCCC SBSTA at COP GCOS is also preparing a new Implementation Plan to present to the UNFCCC SBSTA at COP22 in December The PSTG is a successor of the successful International Polar Year Space Task Group (IPY-STG), established for the purpose of Space Agency planning, processing and archiving of the IPY Earth Observation legacy dataset.
PSTG is an independent working group which reports to the EC-PHORS via common membership of its Observational Task Team. SUB-COMMITTEE ON OBSERVATIONS. SPACE TASK GROUP. FIFTH SESSION. GENEVA, SWITZERLAND, 30 NOVEMBER – 2 DECEMBER Original: ENGLISH. List of documents.
Document No Title Submitted Doc 1 Provisional Agenda M. Drinkwater Doc 2 IPY Space Task Group Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) 3rd Coordination Meeting Minutes.
Part I: Report of the Joint Meeting 1. Opening of the Joint Session Opening. The Global Climate Observing System (GCOS)/World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) Atmospheric Observation Panel for Climate (AOPC) and the GCOS/Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS)/Global Terrestrial Observing System (GTOS) Joint Data and Information Management Panel (JDIMP) jointly held their.
The Space Task Group (STG) is established for the purpose of Space Agencies planning, processing and archiving of the IPY Earth Observation legacy dataset.
The STG shall report to the IPY Sub-Committee on Observations whose responsibility is to coordinate all observations and data acquisition during IPY (space and in-situ). Recommendation A working group will be set up under the auspices of GEO and led by WCRP and GCOS to address the recommendation from the Maryland workshop to form a WG on the issue of “development of improved observational data sets for reanalyses”.
Within WOAP, the task group chaired by A. Simmons will refine the TOR derived from. 21/10 Task team on ‘formal mechanism to become a GCOS network’ to prepare a proposal for GCOS panel meetings January Task group 21/11 Support WMO CCl and their promotion of GCOS ECVs as part of GCOS outreach.
In particular continue to support WMO CCl data rescue i-DARE international data rescue portal. 1 Introduction. Numerous Earth science observations (e.g., surface temperature, sea ice extent and thickness, snow cover extent and seasonality, ocean color, fire regimes, and ice sheet mass) indicate long‐term changes are occurring in the Arctic‐Boreal Zone (ABZ; e.g., Comiso & Hall, ; Osborne et al., ), a region that lies north of approximately 50°N and includes the boreal, sub Cited by: 2.
21st Session of the GCOS/WCRP Atmospheric. Observation Panel for Climate (AOPC) April 1. Opening of the Meeting. Welcome and introductions The meeting opened with a welcome to all participants from theAOPC Chairman, Ken Holmlund, who added that the most important week is to work on the task for the draft Implementation Plan (IP).
Implementation Activities - Concept of the Global Climate Observing System. 20 years engagement in space-based observations for climate. Report of the GCOS Space-based Observation Task Group, GCOS-7, GCOS Space Plan. GCOS requirements for satellite-based data products for climate 2 nd Adequacy Reportreviewing the.
A WMO application area is an activity involving primary use of observations, in a chain of activities which allow National Meteorological and Hydrological Services (NMHS) or other organizations to. The Polar Space Task Group (PSTG) has been established as the coordinating body of space agencies, in particular the Space Task Group (STG), for space-based observations of Polar Regions after the International Polar Year (IPY).
The PSTG has been established under the auspices of the World. Atmospheric environmental information — an overview with Canadian examples. Author links open overlay panel A.C McMillan D MacIver W.B Sukloff.
(Canadian ad hoc GCOS Task Group, calibration and quality assurance standards are provided in this report.
The data may be submitted to AES for archiving on a variety of electronic media and Cited by: 5. particular the Space Task Group (STG), for space-based observations of Polar Regions after the International Polar Year (IPY). The PSTG has been established under the auspices of the World.
The Remote Sensing Task Group of that Working Group After the sixth plenary session of the Group on Earth Observations (GEO), held in Washington, D.C., on 17 and 18 Novemberthe Inter-Agency coordinated implementation and long-term continuity of the cross-cutting space-based component of GCOS.
Prior to the fifteenth session of the. FINAL REPORT – CIMO Management Group, 13th Session (CIMO MG), Offenbach, Germany, December The meeting reviewed the workplans of all CIMO Expert Teams, Task Teams and Theme Leaders to ensure they were in line with CIMO priorities and that they had clear deliverables that would be supporting WMO high priority activities.
In the s, gaps in knowledge of climate and declining core observational networks in many countries (Houghton et al. ) led to calls for systematic observation of a limited set of critical provide guidance, the Global Climate Observing System (GCOS) program developed the concept of “essential climate variables” (ECVs), which has since been broadly adopted in science and Cited by:.
January Task group Open 21/11 Support WMO CCl and their promotion of GCOS ECVs as part of GCOS outreach. In particular continue to support WMO CCl data rescue i-DARE international data rescue portal. Also encourage USAID to support data rescue from ACMAD microfiches by IEDRO (supported by GCOS/CCl).
GCOS Sec/DMA (Omar Baddour) (Peer Hechler).1. CEOS Thrusts in The Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS), organized in as an outgrowth of the Remote Sensing from Space Working Group established by the G7 Economic Summit of Industrialized Nations, is charged with coordinating international civil spaceborne missions designed to observe and study planet by: 9.This Page lists all available Working Documents for upcoming and past WMO Space Programme Meetings.
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