WMO PTC Meeting, 30 January-1 February 2012, Geneva. Collaborations among TCs for GFCS Implementation from the perspective of CAgM Byong-Lyol LEE President of CAgM Objectives & Expectations • To share impending issues within CAgM for future collaborations in GFCS implementations with TCs, RAs and Secretariat • To invite suggestions/recommendations from PTC for efficient GFCS implementations by TCs under limited resource availability while reflecting WMO requirements including strategic plan. (human, financial, infrastructure & governance) • To report recent progresses having been made with obstacles confronted or expected during implementation processes • To bring up any necessity of re-structuring of CAgM for better management and operation in order to meet user requirements from member countries under GFCS umbrella WMO Requirements to CAgM 1. Strategic Plan : GSN 3 – ST 5 – ER 8 Enhanced Capabilities for High Quality resources , Risk Management, better information service, earth system monitoring, ST developments, for emerging members through better partnerships and cooperations 2. WMO Reform a. Improved Documentation & communication between TCs and Ras b. Orientate the constituent bodies of WMO to deliver the Strategic Plan c. Reduce the intergovernmental part of constituent body sessions 3. GFCS Implementation a. Internal working methods, …deciding on implementation priorities, b. Mechanisms to strengthen the global cooperative system c. Projects for the needs of developing countries d. External communications, resource mobilisation and capacity development 4. WIS Implementation - Agronomy data sharing beyond WMO 5. WIGOS Implementation – LDAS, Carbon Tracker supports GFCS Implementation Priorities by WMO 1. Capacity building in developing countries (CB) Linking climate service users and providers. Building national capacity for climate services. 2. Strengthening the Climate Services Information System (CSIS) Standardizing products; promoting WIS; facilitating access to, use of GPC products Strengthening regional climate capabilities through establishing and promoting RCCs and RCOFs 3. Building capacity to implement the User Interface Platform (UIP) 4. Improving climate observations in data sparse areas (OM) 5. Building the capacity of the climate research sector (RMP) GFCS Structure vs CAgM Legacy GFCS CAgM Capacity Monitoring Communications Building User Interface Products/Applications Legacy Service Components of CAgM • WAMIS (CSIS , UIP, ..) - Web portal of World AgroMeteorological Information Service • INSAM (CB, RMP, ..) - on-line International Society of Agricultural Meteorology • NASNET (OM, ..) - National Agricultural Meteorological Station Network • RTC (CB, ..) - Education/Training, Roving seminar, Field school, etc. • TECO (RMP, ..) - prior to Congress, ET meetings jointly with RA events/symposium • Pilot projects (CSIS, UIP, RMP, OB, ..) - regional/sub-regional research/operational programmes - WIS, WIGOS related pilot proposals WMO PTC Meeting, 30 January-1 February 2012, Geneva. Global Initiatives in AgMet Global Federation of AgMet Society (GFAMS) Global Center of Research, Excellency in AgMet (CREAM) Global AgMet Pilot Projects (GAMPP) Global AgMet Outlook System (GAMOS) WAMIS next phase (WAMIS II) Service Enhancement Scheme by CAgM • WAMIS (CSIS , UIP, ..) -> WAMIS Grid portal - Web portal to Grid Portal for resource sharing • INSAM (CB, RMP, ..) -> INSAM off-line - Global Federation of AgroMeteorological Society (GFAMS) • NASNET (OM, ..) -> Core AgMet Station - Crop Phenology, Ground truth information, flux monitoring, etc. - Global AgMet Outlook System (GAMOS) – drought, land use, etc • RTC (CB, ..) -> Global Center of Excellency in AgMet - Center of Research, Excellency in AgroMeteorology(CREAM) - including Graduate courses in AgMet. and Outreach • Pilot projects (CSIS, UIP, RMP, OB, ..) -> 1~3 in each RA - Global AgMet Pilot Projects (GAMPP) • TECO (RMP, ..) -> Regional/Global AgMet society meetings - prior to or in parallel with CAgM Congress or ET meetings - together with GFAMS, CREAMs, GAMPP, etc. GFCS : Observation & Monitoring GAMOS(Global AgroMeteorogical Outlook System) - GDEWS(Global Drought Early Warning System) - GLUMS(Global Land Use Monitoring System) - GWHAS (Global Weather Hazard Assessment System ) - GPPON(Global Plant Phenology Observation Network) GDEWS GPPON GAMOS GLUMS GWH AS NASNET Pilot Sites Core AgMet Station Climate Change Monitoring Global WIGOS Tall Tower Observation Reference Water Cycle Monitoring Site Boundary Layor Monitoring GHG Background Monitoring Climate Change Landmark - Data standardization at global scale - GEOSS supporting hub - WIGOS regional center - GEOSS demonstration site New Governance for enhanced AgMet National Service - Strengthening multi-institutional governance within a nation - High level education system for next generation AgMet experts - Core AgMet Station (national reference site for AgMet) GFCS : Research, Modeling, Prediction Global Federation of AgMet Society E.Asia- Korea/Jap Europe-/ an/China Italy + EU N.America -USA S.Asia - India /Canada OZ(?)- Africa- Australia/ L.America NZ S.Africa(?) -Brazil + ? Global Federation of AgMet Society(GFAMS) Mission : to strengthen INSAM for complementing with WAMIS, to consider simultaneous/parallel meeting with CAgM session Issues : How to establish regional associations, Who will take care (Federica, Shiv) - RAI : jointly help subregional AgMet society meetings when exists. (Sue, All) - RAII : China/Japan/Korea, India, Central Asia (Byong, Rathore) - RAIII : Already exists (Brunini) - RAIV : North A. MS A. Caribbean (Ray, Adrian) - RAV : SE Asia, Oceania (Roger) - RA VI : Europe, Eastern E (Simone, Sasha) * at least 2 persons needed : one from CAgM MG, another from Societies Global AgMet Pilot Projects (GAMPP) Mission : to develop reg. specific operational applications Issues : How to identify then, who will take care? (MG members) - RA I : (Sue, John) - RA II : (Zhou, Rathore ) - RA III : (Brunini , Jose) - RA IV: (Ray, John, Adrian ) - RA V : (Roger, Azhar) - RA V : (Simone, Federica, Sasha ) GFCS : Capacity Development Cream- Cream- Italy Korea Cream- (UFL) Cream- (SNU) USA India (GMU) (PAU?) Cream- Cream- Australia Cream- (SQU) S. Africa Brazil (FSU?) (SPU) Global Center of Excellency CREAM : Center of Research & Excellency in AgroMeteorology Candidates for CREAMs RA I : South Africa – Free State University (Sue) RA II: S. Korea – Seoul National University (Byong) China - Nanjing RTC / ST University (Caifang) India – Pune Agric. University (Lathore) RA III : Brazil – Federal University (Paulo, Brunini) RA IV : USA – George Mason University (John) RA V : Australia – Southern Queensland University (Roger) RA VI : Italy – University of Florence (Simone) * Scholarships for Graduate Course : Rob Masters, Bob Stefanski * Joint Graduated Course in AgroMet at global scale GFCS : User Interface Platform ◎ uWAMIS - RS/GIS, Global Climate/weather info, NWPS, GISC/(DCPC), CAMI, DSSAT, JAWF, E/T, GFCS ◎ kWAMIS - IT/GIS, IT Resource, NWPs, Downscaling, GISC/(DCPC), Russia/FSU-DM, Interface, E/T, GFCS ◎ iWAMIS - Model/GIS, INSAM, Reg. projects, Phenology GISC/(DCPC)(DWD), COST, Education/Training ◎ bWAMIS - *Region-specific Information GISC/(DCPC) Argentina/Peru for Spanish ◎ aWAMIS - 〃 ◎ sWAMIS - 〃 WAMIS next phase for resource sharing Web Portal information sharing XML-based service : standard schema development Machine translation : multi-lingual interfaces Operational applications based on Web service architecture Tutorial interfaces for real practices GRID Portal Resource sharing Forecast-based AgMet Services for researcher / extension Benchmarking on AMBER (DWD), expanding with DSAT NCAR (GDAS, MM5), DWD (GME, LM) as NWPs Super ensemble of Seasonal Forecasts (APCC / KMA, etc.) GISC / DCPC dedicated to WAMIS will be established (NCAR, DWD) LIS (NASA) as a framework for LSM (GDS / LAS + GRID) GFCS : Climate Service Information System Data Grid GRID K*GRID GISC WAMIS Computing • Data • Access eScience DCPC NCAR UNIDAT NCDC Computation • Research KMA/KISTI Data Broker TIGGE GDS User Interface END- Climate Projection WAMIS Grid Portal GridSphere LAS USERS SIP MME GDAPS / GME AMBER RDAPS / GME : WRF DSSAT Mesoscale model GIS RS Nowcasting Historical (Legacy) data Non-Meteorological Data LDAS/LIS Flux, GHG Surface Flux Vegetation Soil Profile Applied Meteorology Emerging Needs & Requirements Urgent Needs : High quality, Value-added, Feasible, Operational, Diverse Applications at Farmer’s site (Quantitative) Value-added Operational Service (Qualitative) Feasible Communication Networks (Timely) Impending Requirements : High-resolution information production (spatial/temporal/elemental) Feedback Mechanism from Users (bidirectional communication) ICT Resource Sharing Platform (Computing/Storage/Networks/Interface) Future Considerations Contribution to NWP models (as information provider) Multi-lingual Translation (efficient sharing of experiences/information) Implementation of Requirements Advanced Services High-resolution information production (data processing) - Downscaling of climate/observation/forecast/projection data - GIS-based micrometeorological downscaling technology NWP-based Forecast services (AgMet forecasting) - Linking NWP outputs to AgModels for value-added forecasts - Short-, medium-, long-range, sub-seasonal to seasonal, CC scenario - Various AgModels : DSSAT, AMBER, etc. ICT resource sharing platform (ICT infrastructure) - Computing resources for NWP/AgModel with GIS/RS technology - User communication interface as information provider and feedback Advanced service based on ICT sharing ICT Resource Sharing Platform • Region-specific Service Platforms – Currently 3 to at least 6 servers with differentiated functions • Computing resources for – NWPs operation on user domain on time – NWP output downscaling to high spatial resolutions – User-specific AgModel operation on time – GIS S/W operation – RS data processing – Derived products processing • Large volume of data storage for – NWP and AgModel outputs – RS/GIS raw and processed data – Ground truth data (vegetation, weather, soil) Summary of GFCS Implementation by CAgM 1. WAMIS Next Phase - WAMIS mirrors in each RAs - WAMIS implementation : contents, tools, resources, infrastructure, interface, service - new Governance : collaboration/operation, feedbacks, resource sharing, - NCAM 2. Regional Pilot Projects - Identification of existing/candidate projects (1-3 per RA) - Collaborating mechanisms with RAs/TCs 3. Global Federation of AgMet Society (INSAM next phase) - Regional federations (existing/potential) - Governing mechanism including joint society meetings with CAgM session 4. Education/Training/Outreach : Global CoE - NCAM - Strengthening current system - Accommodation of emerging user requirements - Collaborations among centers now/future (center of excellency in AgMet) 5. Global Monitoring Networks : crop, phenology, drought, etc. - Collaboration with global efforts : GEOSS AG-0702 (crop monitoring/risk management) - Joint networks : ISBM/CBD (tree/bird/insect/germs/coral phenolgy) - Integration of existing/potential domestic/regional networks : WAOB (crop status) 6. Collaborations with relevant international programs/institutions - INFITA/WCCA : Informatics in Agriculture - FluxNet : GHG/Energy flux monitoring, Caron tracker, LDAS - Geant/Tein2/APAN/Gloriad : high performance networks Climate Service Schematics of CAgM Data Grid GRID GTS/WIS GISC WAMIS Computing • Data • Access DCPC NCAR UNIDAT Computation • Research NCDC KMA/KISTI (Joint)GISC Data Broker TIGGE GDS User Interface SIMDAT Climate Projection WAMIS Grid Portal LAS GridSphere MME SIP Pilot Projects GDAPS / GME AMBER SIMDAT DSSAT RDAPS / GME : WRF WAMIS UNIDAT Mesoscale model GIS RS . Nowcasting . . Historical (Legacy) data . LDAS/LIS Non-Meteorological Data Flux, GHG Surface Flux Vegetation Soil Profile WMO Information System Applied Meteorology WMO Integrated GOS GEOSS CAgM Implementation Components for GFCS Global Center of Excellency in AgroMet Graduate Global Lecturer Expert Federation of AgM Society Regional Research AgMet Pilot Manager Scientist Projects Policy- Maker Global AgMet OutLook System Partnerships among TCs/RAs RS/GIS GFCS Primary ICT WIS Models User CAgM (TC/CAgM) Applications GFCS Secondary User Global Federation of AgMet Society (RA/NMHS) Regional Associations Regional Federation (operation) (R & D) GFCS Regional Pilot Projects (1~3/RA) End User (Farming AgModel, IT Resource, Tools, Storage, DBMS, Server, Interface Community) Feedback Feedback (Ground Truth Information) (Land Surface Information) End-User + Service Provider = uSERvicer You Servicer! USER=SERVICER Thank for Your Attention!
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