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  • Main ESIP page >> Main AQ Work Group page Welcome to the Workspace Design Workspace The goal of this project is to create a description and template for
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  • Main ESIP page >> Main AQ Work Group page Welcome to the ESIP Air Quality Workgroup Air Twitter Development Workspace Thanks for checking out the Air Twitter
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  • Main ESIP page >> Main AQ Work Group page This will be the first of the telecons that will occur on a regular (monthly) basis for discussion of technical
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  • Main ESIP page >> Main AQ Work Group page Welcome to the ESIP Air Quality Workgroup GOES Aerosol Retrieval Need a place to keep all of your notes/files
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  • Main ESIP page >> Main AQ Work Group page Welcome to the ESIP Air Quality Workgroup EventSpace for the June 2012 Colorado Fire Analysis Questions, comments
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  • Main ESIP page >> Main AQ Work Group page Welcome to the Standards Implementation Virtual Workshops Workspace A series of "virtual workshops" are being
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  • Main ESIP page >> Main AQ Work Group page > 1206 ColoradoFires | News | Science Datasets | Event Analysis | Context
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  • Main ESIP page >> Main AQ Work Group page > 1206 ColoradoFires | News | Science Datasets | Event Analysis | Context
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  • Main ESIP page >> Main AQ Work Group page > 1206 ColoradoFires | News | Science Datasets | Event Analysis | Context Archived News from 1206 ColoradoFires
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  • Main ESIP page >> Main AQ Work Group page > 1206 ColoradoFires | News | Science Datasets | Event Analysis | Context Failed to load RSS feed from http://esipfed
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  • Main ESIP page >> Main AQ Work Group page >> Interoperability of Air Quality Data Systems | Standards Implementation Virtual Workshops 1:30pm EDT Phone:
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  • define the terms (of reference), needs, current work. Rahul, Rob, Peter, Liping (and Luis) agreed to work on this. We discussed how to broaden participation
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  • define the terms (of reference), needs, current work. Rahul, Rob, Peter, Liping (and Luis) agreed to work on this. We discussed how to broaden participation
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  • Main ESIP page >> Main AQ Work Group page This page is to highlight events that may be of relevance for the AQ Community during the GEO VI Plenary. Please
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  • Main ESIP page >> Main AQ Work Group page Please feel free to add to this page, particularly if you were part of this discussion! You need to login/create
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  • Main ESIP page >> Main AQ Work Group page >> Interoperability of Air Quality Data Systems | Standards Implementation Virtual Workshops *** Please add any
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  • Main ESIP page >> Main AQ Work Group page On 18 November 2009, during the GEO-VI Plenary in Washington DC, USEPA and partners convened a meeting on Air
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  • Main ESIP page >> Main AQ Work Group page >> Interoperability of Air Quality Data Systems | Standards Implementation Virtual Workshops 1:30pm EDT Phone:
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  • Main ESIP page >> Main AQ Work Group page >> Current Work Group Telecon >> Archive of Past Calls
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  • Main ESIP page >> Main AQ Work Group page >> GEO AQ Community of Practice: Role, Mission, Objectives
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  • by the States and supported by Grants from the EPA. The emission inventory work is also conducted by the Agency and States. Recently, even the scientific
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  • Main ESIP page >> Main AQ Work Group page This page documents the brief discussion on the role of Communities of Practice during the Air Quality and GEOSS
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  • These include initiatives mentioned in the GEO Work Plan, and a larger set of projects relevant to Work Plan Tasks, but not referenced there. As described
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  • this work is not centrally managed (and there is not a central website laying out the work). Among the products / projects building from this work: AQ uFIND
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  • Back to the main data management training page NOTE: We agreed that the target audience initially would be scientists All of the modules on this site are
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  • Return to Main Page The Summer 2009 ESIP Federation will take place on the campus of the University of California, Santa Barbara. Most of the meeting will
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  • knowledge in the field || to work in progress by the PI under other support || work in progress elsewhere General plan of work broad design of activities
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  • Education Committee will be demonstrating their work. Stop by to see the broader impacts of your research at work. Demo descriptions are posted below as they
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  • brief/update and identify important issues, then use Thursday to more systematically work through those issues to identify areas of general agreement and direction
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  • Quality Cluster > Applying NASA Observations, Models and IT for Air Quality Main Page > Proposal | NASA ROSES Solicitation | Context | Resources | Schedule
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  • back to full ESIP Summer Meeting agenda | Air Quality Main Page The Air Quality Work Group will be meeting on Wednesday, July 13 and Thursday, July 14
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  • asked to work with specific metadata examples in order to review and compare existing standards and identify the problem areas. We will work from the list
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  • < Back to Summer Meeting Main Page   Information/Data quality-related sessions are marked with an * We'll be inviting speakers to talk about success stories
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  • Air Quality Work Group - Federation of Earth Science Information Partners. Available at: http://wiki.esipfed.org/index.php/Air_Quality_Work_Group [Accessed
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  • them, and prioritizing the Earth observations. The Analyst served as the main coordinator to manage the activities. The Analysts for this Air Quality and
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  • Main ESIP page >> Main Cluster page >> AQ Telecons Howard Burrows David McCabe Rudy Husar Carol Meyer Erin Robinson Stefan Falke Brand Niemann General
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  • to view/edit these documents. Digital Library work (Nancy, Bruce Wilson’s friends) Records management work (Tom Ross? Mark to find someone; Bruce Barkstrom
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  • evaluation: who are your main stakeholders and how you can interact with them so that you can understand better how your work is being used and what impact
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  • || THREDDS extensions || DataFEd/THEDDS fusion || Link to GIS || Community work space Use Cases:Realtime AQ Event Detection, Analysis and Response || Intracontinental
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  • Air Quality Cluster > AQIP Main Page > Proposal | NASA ACCESS Solicitation | Context | Resources | Forum | Participants The NASA (ACCESS) Program is seeking
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  • would like to start with practical use cases in preservation modeling, then work on a small and manageable model, and continually increment on a working design
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  • Digital Data For the IWGDD (Interagency Working Group on Digitial Data) Report work please see http://federaldata.wik.is/Interagency_Working_Group_on_Digitial_Data
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  • need to agree with these new provisions, delaying their work by months. This objection worked to obstruct incorporation as an available choice at that
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  • are the actual decision makers ...who interact with the ??.... (this needs work Rhusar) National Environmental agency National Meteorological agency National
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  • back to EnviroSensing Cluster main page Traditionally, environmental sensor data from remote field sites were manually retrieved during infrequent site
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  • the 2nd Tuesday of each month What were the main activities of this group over the last year (2010)? The main event was the convergence of Federated Search
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  • Back to: Main Page The Earth Information Exchange will be an integrated system of distributed components that work together to expedite the process of
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  • construction of CF standard names for aerosols and chemicals originated in the work of the PRISM project (Peter van Velthoven) see PRISM Standard Name Tables
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  • Integration/Interoperation, John Relph, NODC, Ken Casey, NODC, Li, Jeff (NODC) Archival work - human and machine interfaces Target access to archives through various
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  • back to full ESIP Summer Meeting agenda | Air Quality Main Page The Air Quality Workgroup will be meeting on Wednesday and Thursday during the ESIP Summer
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  • Environmental Protection Agency. A summary work statement of the project activities is given in the Table below. The main activities The schedule of this three-year
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  • chosen may be saved in the NEISGEI Portal for yourself or others to view and work with later. To do this, click the "Save Session" button just above grid b
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  • Committee Semantic Web Cluster Guidance for Breakout Session Leaders As the main theme of this meeting is Evaluating and Maximizing the Impact of Earth Science
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  • Back to the main data management training page Existing grant ends June 30, so all work needs to be complete by then. March 1 - All draft modules due March
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  • Main Page The Earth Science Information Partner (ESIP) Federation meets twice annually, January and July. The meetings each take on a different focus.
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  • pieces that emerge as normally present in the workspace Edit spreadsheet Work Group Pattern - AQ Workgroup copied by 3 others Activities/Events | Active
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  • particular work. The core required elements of a citation are Author(s)--the people or organizations responsible for the intellectual work to develop the
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  • new processes in support of creating the GEOSS Common Infrastructure (GCI) work collaboratively across GEO committees (e.g. UIC to get user needs) AIP 2
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  • 2007-2009 Work Plan. This scenario is also consistent with the efforts of the CEOS Atmospheric Composition Constellation. From the GEO 2007-2009 Work Plan:
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  • station data tables, alarms, and other records. The main interface contains individual windows for the main screen web page as well as the screens for individual
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  • Air Quality Cluster > AQIP Main Page > Proposal | NASA ACCESS Solicitation | Context | Resources | Forum | Participants Details on NOI Pg. 38 of NASA Proposers
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  • This is the work space associated with the CF conventions description. While the actual approval process for new standard names happens exclusively via
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  • standards-based interface allows linking of service chains using formal work flow software. The main benefit of such a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is the
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  • back to full ESIP Winter Meeting agenda | Air Quality Main Page The Air Quality Workgroup will be meeting on Wednesday January 5 during the ESIP Winter
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  • click Semantic Web and then tutorials. Main part for the tutorial was using the CMAP ontology model v1a. The main idea of this map was to answer use cases
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  • Main ESIP page >> Executive Committee page The Federation of Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP Federation) is a broad-based community drawn from
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  • for the next month is to: 1) Pick a data life cycle model to work with and identify main elements Rama: has one candidate from [http://www.cendi.gov/p
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  • 20070715 (by Peter Fox) Refer to the ESIP main wiki page (toward the bottom) http://wiki.esipfed.org/index.php/Main_Page ([ESIP Use Case page]) [Use Case template]
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  • uncertainty related sessions. Select just few communities to start with - cannot work with too many before and at the meeting Involve educators as a specific community
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  • citation of all source data used in the work. As a reviewer it is your responsibility to verify that all data used in the work is accessible and has been appropriately
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  • 11 Breakout sessions (work sessions, discussion-based sessions and workshops) July 12 (adjourn at lunch) Breakout sessions (work sessions, discussion-based
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  • have such a definition? Maggi: we have four or five main products that we have honed in on as the main data products that we’ve concentrated on for delivering
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  • Return to main C&B page The purpose of adding this new capability is to augment the ability of the members to offer up the best candidates for office and
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  • proposals - see: http://earthdata.nasa.gov/wiki/main/index.php/Open_Source - see: http://earthdata.nasa.gov/wiki/main/index.php/Geospatial_(GIS) . Products and
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  • can obtain code, parameters What are the main challenges, what should we focus on, what is our roadmap? Work on planning... If we already have challenges
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  • standards-based interface allows linking of service chains using formal work flow software. The main benefit of such a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is the
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  • standards-based interface allows linking of service chains using formal work flow software. The main benefit of such a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is the
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  • What were the main activities of this group over the last year (2010)? Any big successes or highlights from the group? Any tangible outputs/work products?
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  • Main ESIP page >> ESIP AQ Work Group page | India AQ CoP
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  • What words should be used to break down into a second tier ten-scale in each Main Dimension? How much will it depend on each context of the data collection
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  • are the actual decision makers ...who interact with the ??.... (this needs work Rhusar) National Environmental agency National Meteorological agency National
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  • Why wheat? Because it's one of the main global stable crops, and there's an existing effort, Wheat Initiative, one main objective of which is to contribute
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  • data was used for this research, can I reproduce this work? Dryad (http://wiki.datadryad.org/Main_Page): it involves submitting actual data, not pointers
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  • measured values. This means that if a publication contains a data table in the main text or a pdf or image version of the data table as an electronic supplement
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  • evaluation: who are your main stakeholders and how you can interact with them so that you can understand better how your work is being used and what impact
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  • Back to Executive Committee Main Page ESIP Federation Executive Committee, January 13, 2010 Attendees: Chris Lenhardt; Brian Wilson; Rahul Ramachandran;
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  • Chair(s): Cluster Chair Responsibilities per ESIP staff - Chair = facilitator and main delegator (i.e., not “doer of everything”). Things that should be facilitated/delegated:
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  • back to EnviroSensing Cluster main page The lead editors for this page may be contacted for questions, comments, or help with content additions. Scotty
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  • < Main Page Outputs and outcomes are a way to identify what ESIP enables. These come from community work. Please add your contributions to the list. ESIP
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  • present the data in a number of forms. This leaves only the mime-type to work with as a standard attribute. There may be some way of working out these
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  • Refer to the Main Page for background To follow on from the May 15-16, 2008 workshop at GMU. Contact Peter Fox for more details We have two continuation
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  • back to EnviroSensing Cluster main page Automated observation systems need to be managed for optimal performance. Maintenance of the overall sensor system
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  • data, and would try to bring those perspectives and connections into ESIP's work and goals. I feel strongly that its important to connect better the data
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  • conferences (Santa Barbara and Knoxville) have expressed interest in two main things: 1. Creating lesson plans that put to use the awesome tools, images
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  • status updates. Results Our results, if we are successful, will contain two main sections: Grading the agencies - so others will have an idea who is making
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  • data, and would try to bring those perspectives and connections into ESIP's work and goals. I feel strongly that its important to connect better the data
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  • centers on how to understand risk factors for data sets and collections. This work led to a white paper being released and distributed to many communities outside
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  • discussions, how can we best leverage a Discovery testbed? Draft Discovery Testbed Work Plan up for review. Note that there is a general ESIP Testbed Session on
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  • < Air Quality Work Group | AQ Work Group Telecons Project team leaders’ name and contact information; - ESIP, Stefan Falke and Erin Robinson (Washington
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  • "How do you attract sociologists into this type of work?". Peter F. - the attractive nature of this work is its multidisciplinary nature, and that this community
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