Agclimate telecon 2014-08-12

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  * Feedback on Summer Meeting and Cluster session (Session description and notes; pdfs of talks attached)
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: * positive interest during summer meeting
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: * Bill had chat with Mark and Justin about what's next
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: * interest in collaboration - potential membership USDA
 +
: * membership cycle extended - Erin will circle back
 +
: * Presentations are uploaded to the commons meeting notes
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  * Follow-ups with ARS, aiming for ESIP 2015 Winter Meeting
  
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  1. NASA satellite data for LTAR and Climate Hubs
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* Google docs spreadsheet with data products and characteristics
 +
* what needs to be done to make data that is on our side more useful and useable
 +
* Feel free to add products and to make changes
 +
* Nancy - Tool match directory - noticing different kinds of data that might match up (can include model data too)
  
Attendees:
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2. Use case(s)
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* study on specific situations
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* Bill is planning to talk with LTAR about specific scenarios - speak with Justin and Mark
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* Potential to do talk during monthly telecon  - Bill will follow up about meeting invitation to attend
 +
* Nancy - article in Nature Conservancy - conservation org in California (Point Blue) also with Cornell ornithology labs
 +
  Rice farmers - water data - pulling data that allows them to work with the farmers to keep wanter on their land longer,
 +
  benefits bird migratory patterns (crowdsourcing with eBird) and economic incentives to farmers - A good opportunity to
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  bring them into the conversation
 +
 
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  * Visioneers and 2015 Winter Mtg
 +
 
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* Food Resiliency - energy and water aspects
 +
* take a look at wording of the discussion on the theme - on the wiki
 +
* Looking for ideas for speakers
 +
* Activities and sessions that carry through the meeting is a good way to reinforce the theme - door is open for demos, creative ideas
 +
* Adding in the economic aspect
 +
* Erin - multidisciplinary aspect of speakers in plenary choosing - multiple perspectives surrounding the data aspects we address - supporting applied sciences
 +
* Following up with Barry Weiss and use cases for data he is working with
 +
* Potential to watch the launch
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* Thinking about how to word what we are talking about - importance of discussing with Mark and Justin
 +
* Food security homeland security as part of the discussion
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* Effect of drought and food disparity on global conflict
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* Calls for sessions once theme is in focus - open for about 2 months
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Next call is September 2nd at usual time 3pm est.
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Attendees: Nancy Hoebelheinrich, Bill Teng, Erin Robinson, Reid Boehm

Revision as of 12:58, 12 August 2014

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Re-scheduled from Aug. 5, 3 pm to Aug. 12, 2 pm

Agenda:

  • Feedback on Summer Meeting and Cluster session (Session description and notes; pdfs of talks attached)
  • Follow-ups with ARS, aiming for ESIP 2015 Winter Meeting
  1. NASA satellite data for LTAR and Climate Hubs
  2. Use case(s)


Minutes:

  * Feedback on Summer Meeting and Cluster session (Session description and notes; pdfs of talks attached)
* positive interest during summer meeting
* Bill had chat with Mark and Justin about what's next
* interest in collaboration - potential membership USDA
* membership cycle extended - Erin will circle back
* Presentations are uploaded to the commons meeting notes
  * Follow-ups with ARS, aiming for ESIP 2015 Winter Meeting
 1. NASA satellite data for LTAR and Climate Hubs
  • Google docs spreadsheet with data products and characteristics
  • what needs to be done to make data that is on our side more useful and useable
  • Feel free to add products and to make changes
  • Nancy - Tool match directory - noticing different kinds of data that might match up (can include model data too)

2. Use case(s)

* study on specific situations
* Bill is planning to talk with LTAR about specific scenarios - speak with Justin and Mark
* Potential to do talk during monthly telecon  - Bill will follow up about meeting invitation to attend
* Nancy - article in Nature Conservancy - conservation org in California (Point Blue) also with Cornell ornithology labs
  Rice farmers - water data - pulling data that allows them to work with the farmers to keep wanter on their land longer,
  benefits bird migratory patterns (crowdsourcing with eBird) and economic incentives to farmers - A good opportunity to
  bring them into the conversation
 * Visioneers and 2015 Winter Mtg
  • Food Resiliency - energy and water aspects
  • take a look at wording of the discussion on the theme - on the wiki
  • Looking for ideas for speakers
  • Activities and sessions that carry through the meeting is a good way to reinforce the theme - door is open for demos, creative ideas
  • Adding in the economic aspect
  • Erin - multidisciplinary aspect of speakers in plenary choosing - multiple perspectives surrounding the data aspects we address - supporting applied sciences
  • Following up with Barry Weiss and use cases for data he is working with
  • Potential to watch the launch
  • Thinking about how to word what we are talking about - importance of discussing with Mark and Justin
  • Food security homeland security as part of the discussion
  • Effect of drought and food disparity on global conflict
  • Calls for sessions once theme is in focus - open for about 2 months

Next call is September 2nd at usual time 3pm est.

Attendees: Nancy Hoebelheinrich, Bill Teng, Erin Robinson, Reid Boehm

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