Air Quality Break-out, ESIP 2010 Summer Meeting

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** Listing of current connected datasets (with monitoring of service performance)
 
** Listing of current connected datasets (with monitoring of service performance)
 
** Example of health performance on [http://webapps.datafed.net/AQ_uSTATUS.aspx?show=title+time AQ uFIND] - shows status of server (how many layers returned) and status of indiv. layer
 
** Example of health performance on [http://webapps.datafed.net/AQ_uSTATUS.aspx?show=title+time AQ uFIND] - shows status of server (how many layers returned) and status of indiv. layer
* Plans for GEO-VI Plenary Air Quality 'Showcase'
 
 
*'Connectivity Matrix'  
 
*'Connectivity Matrix'  
 
** what is the state of the network connection [http://esipfed.org/air-quality/matrix Connectivity Matrix] (maybe this should be renamed to the AQ Network Matrix?)
 
** what is the state of the network connection [http://esipfed.org/air-quality/matrix Connectivity Matrix] (maybe this should be renamed to the AQ Network Matrix?)
 
** Highlight nodes that are red that are high priority and aren't connected (outcome - critical systems need to be networked)
 
** Highlight nodes that are red that are high priority and aren't connected (outcome - critical systems need to be networked)
 
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Contents

The Air Quality Workgroup will be meeting on Wednesday and Thursday during the ESIP Summer Meeting.

Remote Participation

Dial-in Information:

Phone: 866-489-0573 (US, Canada, VOIP); 205-354-0149 (international) Meeting Code: *2279431*

WebEx

Meeting Number: 731 616 340

If you have a webcam please turn it on during the discussions with the full group, so that every one can see you.

To join the online meeting (Now from iPhones too!)

  1. . Go to https://freetrial.webex.com/freetrial/j.php?ED=136015207&UID=933437522&RT=MiM3
  2. . Enter your name and email address.
  3. . Click "Join Now".


July 21, Wednesday

1:15-2:45 Eastern

Welcome, Introduction and Overview (5-minutes)

New Projects (20-minutes)

  • CyAir - Cyberinfrastructure for Air Quality Management

Funded Networking Projects Updates (5-min each)

  • CEOS AC Portal
  • Giovanni
  • RSIG
    • Status and Plans for RSIG Data Connections
      • [email protected], 919-541-5500
      • http://www.epa.gov/rsig/
      • Central WCS/WMS: http://badger.epa.gov/rsig/rsigserver
      • Usage examples: http://badger.epa.gov/rsig/webscripts.html
      • Current RSIG data sources/connections:
        • 1. MODIS-L2 Aqua + Terra (Global Satellite 2000-present): NASA Goddard WCS http://lpweb.nascom.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/modisserver
        • 1. CALIPSO L1b (L2 FY2011) (Global Satellite July 2006-present): NASA Langley WCS http://cain.larc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/calipsoserver
        • 3. GASP-AOD (US Satellite June 2006-present):ftp cron job: ftp ftp3.ncdc.noaa.gov
        • 4. AQS Ozone, PM25, CO, SO2, NO2, RH, Temp (US sites 1980-present):AQSmart account.
        • 5. Airnow Ozone, PM25 (US sites 2003-present):Datafed.net: http://webapps.datafed.net/ogc_EPA.wsfl
        • 6. MOZAIC Ozone, etc. (Global aircraft 2006):Copied to RSIG disks.
        • 7. CMAQ (US 2002, 2006, FY2011: 2000-2006, OAQPS, CDC, AQMEII, etc.)Copied to RSIG disks.
        • 8. SFADS Ozone, PM25 (US 2001-2006):Copied to RSIG disks.
        • 9. UVnet irradiance (US sites 1996-June 2004):Copied to RSIG disks.
        • 10. GOES-BB PM25, CO, etc. (US sites 2007-2009):Copied (manually ftp'd) to RSIG disks.
      • Data to be added in FY2011:
        • 1. Add more CMAQ data (2001-2006+, OAQPS, CDC, AQMEII, etc.)
        • 2. Add all MOZAIC data.
        • 3. CALIPSO L2 (layer product).
        • 4. INTEXB (US aircraft) NASA Langley.
        • 5. CERES (global satellite) NASA Langley.
        • 6. OzoneForecaster (US) (Dave Holland).
        • 7. LARCTM (US backtrajectory) NASA Langley.
        • 8. AURA-OMI/SCIAMACHY (global satellite).
        • 9. MOPITT CO (global satellite).
        • 10. Use a suitable Sonoma Tech webserver for GMT-hourly Airnow ozone, PM25 data.
        • 11. Add other requested data, e.g., from Datafed.net.

GEO-ESIP Community Activities (5 min each)

GEO AQ Community of Practice

AQ GEOSS Community Infrastructure


(scheduled break from 2:45-3:15 Eastern)

3:15-4:45 Eastern

Discussion Focus Areas (20min each)

  • Institutional and human factors challenges and opportunities in interoperability
  • Interoperability successes among projects and use/planned use of GEOSS AQ Community Infrastructure
    • Lessons learned and guidance that can be formulated for others to use in their implementations
    • Challenges and new approaches to implementing interoperability
    • Define next steps for interoperability testing among projects
    • update interoperability matrix
  • Virtual AQ Interoperability Standards Implementation Workshops: making them work for you
  • CyAir Reflections: Given discussion above: What does this mean for CyAir?

July 22, Thursday

11:00-12:00 Eastern

  • Outline next Interoperability Standards Implementation 'Virtual Workshops'
  • Define goals, scope and logistics for face-to-face/virtual AQ Interoperability Standards Implementation Workshop
    • Listing of current connected datasets (with monitoring of service performance)
    • Example of health performance on AQ uFIND - shows status of server (how many layers returned) and status of indiv. layer
  • 'Connectivity Matrix'
    • what is the state of the network connection Connectivity Matrix (maybe this should be renamed to the AQ Network Matrix?)
    • Highlight nodes that are red that are high priority and aren't connected (outcome - critical systems need to be networked)
  • Plans for GEO-VI Plenary Air Quality 'Showcase'


Ideas and Suggestions for Summer Meeting

  • Entire should be virtual - expect that more than half of participants might be remote.
  • Potential collaboration with the Tech workshops from Tuesday
  • Describe HTAP Network, ACP, other AQ projects by the way that they leverage AQ Community Infrastructure


  1. identifying and begin registering the emerging air quality data-as-services from the various projects e.g. (HTAP network; Atmp Comp Network, CyAir)
  2. using the ISO metadata for cataloging, discovery and finding the shared data resources
  3. agree on a few practical use cases for demonstrating interoperability and networking

We could also begin work on the

  • convention for metadata for understanding the observations (surface, satellite, model, emission...)
  • distributing the shared tools and methods (server, client, registration...)

A particular topic that would help GEOSS is a participatory discussion/feedback on the User Requirements Registry for air quality. A possible way to approach this is to ask the project representatives to identify their respective user requirements. I can provide more later..

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