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== April 1, 2011==
 
AGENDA:
 
 
* Reintroduction of chairs, Opening comments (Ross, Tim, Glynis)
 
* Round-robin update of projects (1-2 min per update)
 
* Discussion of topics
 
** AQ Portal
 
** AIRNow
 
** Metadata/Metadata Standards
 
** LinkedData and interoperability
 
** Architecture Implementation Pilot
 
** IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society
 
* Group input/discussion of relevant topics/priority of topics
 
* Assignment of topics for future telecons
 
* AQ cluster assistance needed with the Information Quality (IQ) cluster sessions (Greg Leptoukh/Ross Bagwell)
 
** Main theme for Summer 2011 ESIP is “Information and Data Quality”
 
** IQ cluster trying to invigorate other clusters to contribute to this theme
 
** What are the AQ community needs for data quality?
 
** What are the current standards and/or methodologies dealing with data quality?
 
** http://wiki.esipfed.org/index.php/Information_Quality
 
* Questions/Comments
 
* Wrap-up and schedule of next telecom (Friday, April 15, 1:30pm EDT)
 
  
 
==Previous Calls==
 
==Previous Calls==

Revision as of 08:42, June 9, 2011

Main ESIP page >> Main AQ Work Group page

May 27, 2011

  • Data Quality
  • Interoperability – Best Practices

April 29, 2011

AGENDA:

  • Opening comments (Tim, Glynis)
  • Round-robin update of projects (1-2 min per update)
    • Airnow API
  • Discussion of topics
    • RFP for AIP-4 CFP
    • IQ Cluster (ESIP) - need volunteer to present at ESIP Summer Meeting regarding two views:
      • First, what does the air quality community need for data quality (i.e., for many different applications, many things people do - monitoring, detecting, EPA legalistic things, etc)? Is it more important to get data measurement down to 5th digit, or more important to get data within 3 hours, most important coverage (space and time), more important to have consistency throughout data, or precise accuracy and measurement for particular date?
      • Second, there are different methodologies throughout the communities. For example, people working with ground-based measurement data - surface means different things throughout different communities. Need to hear about the knowledge that already exists in the AQ community.
    • Planning for Summer Meeting
  • Questions/Comments
  • Wrap-up and schedule of next telecon (Friday, May 13, 1:30pm EDT)

Participants

  • John White
  • Steve Ludewig
  • Tim Dye
  • Glynis Lough
  • Carol Meyer
  • Erin Robinson
  • Rudy Husar
  • Mike ..., EPA

Previous Calls