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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources Add new document - Enter the document title below: View: All | Candidate | Advisory
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  • managers and developers of disaster response systems and tools, and end-user communities within ESIP. We are also looking to work wih other ESIP clusters
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  • Data System Name: Three Dimensional Air Quality System (3D-AQS) Data System URL: http://alg.umbc.edu/3D-AQS Contact Person: Dr. Ray Hoff, University of Maryland
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  • "Giovanni" is an online tool allowing researchers, students, and application users to easily explore, inter-compare, and analyze remote sensing data using only
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  • AirNow and can be viewed on the AirNow website. Weekly samples – SO2, HNO3, SO42-, NO3-, NH4+, Ca2+, Mg2+, K+, Na+ and Cl- 1-hr samples – Ozone, temperature
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  • reports and on-line forms to view the data. http://wiki.esipfed.org/images/3/3f/Data Summit AQS Overview.ppt AQS is the EPA’s repository for air quality
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  • ntserver.html). The three tiers are (1) the user interface client, (2) a database management layer, and (3) a middleware layer between the other two tiers
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  • (Organization: S. Franco Suglia1, A. Gryparis2, R. O. Wright1,3, J. Schwartz1,3, and R. J. Wright3,4, Document Region: North America, Year: 2007, DocURL: http://wiki
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  • trends/needs do you see, or do your users tell you about for future business uses? Where is/could this go, even if all your users are not thinking about it/asking
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  • incoming proprietary dataset formats into standard formats the user can save to their PC. A user can save the data or visualization--or both--to their local
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  • VIEWS steering committee. Over the next few years the user base for VIEWS grew significantly, as did user requests for additional datasets and new functionality
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  • trends/needs do you see, or do your users tell you about for future business uses? Where is/could this go, even if all your users are not thinking about it/asking
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  • epidemiological studies Yes, based on existing user community Yes, based on existing user community Yes, based on existing user community Community outreach, international
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  • the integrated database through a wide variety of tools and applications. Users are encouraged to register with the website, but no account or login is required
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  • data access for local, tribal, state, and federal air quality agencies, and 3) provide real-time data to other research and operational data systems (NASA
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources Add new document - Enter the document title below: View: All | Candidate | Advisory
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  • investment. The exercise was rushed, and did not include participation from “real users” but produced significant discussion and helped identify/validate many of
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  • Air Pollution data Botswana (category GEO UserReq Doc)
    Status: Submitted, 2009/05/30 Parameters: O3 NOx{hourlyProperty "Property:Parameters" (as page type) with input value "O3 NOx{hourly" contains invalid characters
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  • below. However, there is an outstanding question: What do we mean by 'End Users' of data systems? Tech-savy analysts who manipulate the data? Domain expert
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: " " is not a number. Title: The effects of 3 environmental
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  • s+for+a+new+millennium&printsec=frontcover&source=bl&ots=X3BnI3F3wX&sig=rvNP YpyUUX6ncvrJ9A3NI0UubA&hl=en&ei=YDXGSqqxJoqk8Ab27pA9&sa=X&oi=book result&
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  • scientists to share (or not share) knowledge, tools, methods and results? (c) User Stories: what pivotal science research, education and application results
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  • trends/needs do you see, or do your users tell you about for future business uses? Where is/could this go, even if all your users are not thinking about it/asking
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  • terms “user needs” and “user requirements” interchangeably to refer to Earth observations that are articulated and desired by the groups and users in the
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  • GASEOUS; SO2, SO42-, NO3-, HNO3, NH4+, NH3, (sNO3, sNH4), HCl, Na+, K+, Ca2+, [[Property:Parameters::Mg2+[daily]; AEROSOL; SO42-]], NO3-, NH4+, Na+, K+, Ca2+
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  • http://www.datafed.net/consoles/user_consoles.asp?view_states=ARC/VIEWS_84perc_diff_Chem_map,ARC/VIEWS_84perc_diff_NO3f_map,ARC/VIEWS_84perc_diff_OCfCombined_map
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  • CAPIA Air Pollution data Zambia (category GEO UserReq Doc)
    ATIONAL; O3[limited]]], instruments on loan for SAFARI experiment; limited monitoring by mine corporations, but do not share data NEEDS; O3Property "Property:Parameters"
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  • form user-driven data flow systems. GEOSS, like the Internet, connects data/information providers and users; to deliver reliable, up-to-date and user friendly
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  • mean O3 - 8hr mean NO2 - annual meanProperty "Property:Parameters" (as page type) with input value "* PM2.5/PM10 - 24-hr mean; annual mean</br>* O3 - 8hr
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  • incorporation of user feedback ensures that this end-to-end integration is further supplemented by the input of the decision makers who comprise the VIEWS user base
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  • Organization/Author: S. Franco Suglia1, A. Gryparis2, R. O. Wright1,3, J. Schwartz1,3, and R. J. Wright3,4 Type: Journal Article"Journal Article" is not in the list
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 14 Title: Assessing Health Impacts of Major Air Pollutants
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  • employed by users for analysis and visualization. Unidata also supports middleware such as the netCDF and the THREDDS Data Server that enable users to access
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  • trends/needs do you see, or do your users tell you about for future business uses? Where is/could this go, even if all your users are not thinking about it/asking
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  • ozone (O3)Property "Property:Parameters" (as page type) with input value "surface air-quality observations of the criteria pollutants</br>ozone (O3)" contains
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  • Description: Canada National Pollutant Release Inventory Parameters: CO, NO3, NOx, PM10, PM25, SO2, VOC Domain: Emission | Platform: Network | Instrument:
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  • investment. The exercise was rushed, and did not include participation from “real users” but produced significant discussion and helped identify/validate many of
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  • other metadata formats. This will help systems and users locate and use data efficiently. The NetCDF User Guide (NUG) provides basic recommendations for creating
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  • 24-hrs from midnight to midnight local standard time either every day, every 3rd day or every 6th day. This data are used by EPA to determine whether an area
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  • The State of Africa (category GEO UserReq Doc)
    < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: " " is not a number. Title: Africa Environment Look Atmosphere
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  • Unsubmitted, 2009/04/30 Parameters: [[Property:Parameters::OPERATIONAL;O3; NO3; SO4; NEEDS; O3; NO3; SO4; OC; EC [Coincident measurements; more coverage];aircraft
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  • The EMEP monitoring strategy 2004-2009 (category GEO UserReq Doc)
    Document Status: Submitted, 2009/04/30 Parameters: Pm10, PM2.5, O3, Nox, So2, Cl-1, NH3, VOC Description of Document: EMEP stategy, , emission data measurement
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  • Brochure | Documents GEOSS: Architecture and Data | Science and Technology | User Interface | Capacity Building | GEOSS AIP AQ Scenario | Core AI Report |
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 99 Title: Air Pollution In World Cities (PM10 Concentrations)
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  • | Description: VIEWS Aerosol Chemical Composition Parameters: SO2, SO4, NH3, NH4, ... Domain: Aerosol | Platform: Unknown | Instrument: No Instrument |
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 70 Title: Tanzania An Overview Of of Air Pollution in
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  • Ambient Monitoring Network India (category GEO UserReq Doc)
    annotation process., SO2, TSP, NH3, H2S, PM10, PAH 30 stations Dehli (http://www.cpcb.nic.in/air/new/continus.pdf) 3 stationsProperty "Property:Parameters"
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 8 Title: Long-Term Exposure to Air Pollution and Incidence
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  • | Description: National Atmospheric Deposition Network Parameters: SO4, NO3, NO4 Domain: Aerosol | Platform: Network | Instrument: No Instrument | Method:
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  • Tunisai to monitor air quality (category GEO UserReq Doc)
    station O3 15 monitoring stationsProperty "Property:Parameters" (as page type) with input value "dust soot SO2 NO2 CO 1 monitoring station</br>O3 15 monitoring
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  • APINA Botswana Country Fact Sheet (category GEO UserReq Doc)
    < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 58 Title: APINA Botswana Country Fact Sheet | Document
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 22 Title: Lung Function Growth in Children with Long-Term
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  • Air Quality Measurement in Tehran (category GEO UserReq Doc)
    unexpected results during a query or annotation process., PM10, CO, NOx, SO2, O3, VOC, NH3 Description of Document: Existing monitoring Teheran, 7, Arak 1, Esfahan
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  • Afternoon 2:00 – 3:30 PM Track 4: Energy and Climate – Dynamic Decision Tools Catalogue and Community of Practice: Agency Perspective / End User Needs Energy
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  • is a simple single-layer back-trajectory calculator that uses the measured 3D radiosonde winds. A comparison of ATAD and HYSPLIT trajectory models is given
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 4 Title: Long-Term Effects of Traffic-Related Air Pollution
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: " " is not a number. Title: Reduction in personal exposures
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  • Viewers: | Description: CIESIN_GPW GPWv3 Geotiff data - population counts, population densities, and areas. Parameters: population count, density Domain:
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: " " is not a number. Title: HIGH BLOOD LEAD LEVELS IN
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  • CEMSA COnference (category GEO UserReq Doc)
    < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: " " is not a number. Title: CEMSA Conference | Document
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  • processing algorithm put into Nebula cloud, Amazon cloud from Level 1 to Level 3 data. Want to move more data into cloud for processing without much increase
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: " " is not a number. Title: DIRECTIVE 2008/50/EC OF THE
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 34 Title: A Methodology for Cost-Benefit Analysis of Ambient
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 11 Title: Air pollution and public health: a guidance
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  • presentations deservingly used, thus we did not get to Agenda Item 3. (More on item 3 later) The cluster started with some thoughts for Cluster objectives
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  • Iraq Atmosphere Monitoring (category GEO UserReq Doc)
    < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 91 Title: Iraq Atmosphere Monitoring | Document Link
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 75 Title: Report on the State of the Environment in China
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  • Air Quality Monitoring in Singapore (category GEO UserReq Doc)
    < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 83 Title: Air Quality Monitoring in Singapore | Document
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  • TSP, PM10, PM102.5, PM2.5, SO2, NO2, NOx, O3, CO, VOCs, Particle associated PAHs hydrocarbons, BaP, 1, 3-Butadien, SO42–, Sulfate aerosols (as particulates)
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 76 Title: Air Monitoring Environmental Protection Data
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  • Air Monitoring Network of Hong Kong (category GEO UserReq Doc)
    < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 77 Title: Air Monitoring Network of Hong Kong | Document
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  • Sri Lanka Air Quality Monitoring (category GEO UserReq Doc)
    < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 71 Title: ri Lanka Air Quality Monitoring | Document Link
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  • Real Time Air Quality South Korea (category GEO UserReq Doc)
    < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 79 Title: Real Time Air Quality South Korea | Document
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 15 Title: Modelled Concentration of O3 and Precursors
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  • Afganistan Status of Air Quality (category GEO UserReq Doc)
    < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 90 Title: Afganistan Status of Air Quality | Document
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  • APINA Zimbabwe Country Fact Sheet (category GEO UserReq Doc)
    < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 53 Title: APINA Zimbabwe Country Fact Sheet | Document
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  • Air Pollution in Megacities in China (category GEO UserReq Doc)
    < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 50 Title: Air Pollution in Megacities in China | Document
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  • the Internet, connects data/information providers and users; to deliver reliable, up-to-date and user friendly information – vital for the work of decision
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  • violation of the PM2.5 standard; is the concentration over the 15ug/m3 annual or 35 ug/m3 daily standard? Only samples that are in non-compliance are qualified
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  • agencies from thousands of monitoring stations. Parameters: CO, NO2, NOX, NOY, O3, pm10, SO2 Domain: Aerosol | Platform: Network | Instrument: No Instrument
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 7 Title: Assessing Health Impact of Air Quality Regulations:
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: " " is not a number. Title: Assessment of different approaches
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  • New Hampshire 12:30 - 2:00 Lunch with Award Presentation City Center 2:00 - 3:30 Earth Science Collaboratory's Four-Pronged Approach Potomac Energy: Dynamic
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 94 Title: European Exchange and Monitoring Information
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 36 Title: Atmospheric Environment : New Directions: Results-oriented
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 74 Title: Air Poolution Monitoring in East Asia, Japan
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 38 Title: Earth Science and Applications from Space: National
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  • CAPIA Data Request (category GEO UserReq Doc)
    ATIONAL; O3[limited]]], instruments on loan for SAFARI experiment; limited monitoring by mine corporations, but do not share data NEEDS; O3Property "Property:Parameters"
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 89 Title: According to Ho Chi Minh City service of Resources
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 40 Title: Community Input to the NRC Decadal Survey from
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  • Earth observations. The workshop "Building a User-Driven GEOSS: Methods to Capture, Analyze, and Prioritize User Needs," held on April 10, 2010 in Sydney,
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  • data is normally created by a data provider for a particular mandated end user. The format of the data is specific to the use and the metadata that describe
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  • build capacity with Earth obs. GEO Web Page on the Proposal The CFP describes 3 types of projects: Type I projects are for organizations with limited or no
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 96 Title: Pannell: Conclusions_&_Recommendations : NARSTO
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  • interpersonal connections between and among geospatial data providers and data users by leveraging existing projects and resources to collaboratively advance
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  • Service provide metadata so that the user can understand the content, and are copied from their source to the user’s workstation when a visualization is
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  • Quality Data System Workspace THANK YOU! Help…suggestions… Meeting report out by 3/7/08 Establish ad-hoc advisory committee sampled from this group (6-15), [with
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  • Air Quality Forecasts for China (category GEO UserReq Doc)
    < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 88 Title: Air Quality Forecasts for China | Document Link
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  • the user Orientation Some people are familiar with User Studies We are striving to put users at ease when they first arrive Sending verbage to users What
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  • will be developed that will allow users to (1) explore and analyze data for specific EEs (2) prepare EE flagging reports (3) evaluate and approve the EE reports
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: " " is not a number. Title: Health, Wealth, and Air Pollution:
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources | Edit with Form Doc #: 3 Title: Health Effects of Transport-related Air Pollution:
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  • Publication within ESIP 3. Winter Meeting Planning Jan 4 2-3:30PM: Track 5: IT &I (Open) 4-5:30PM: Track 5: IT&I Jan 5 1:45 – 3:15PM: Track 5 Semantic Web
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  • from automater QAQC: user corrections/flagging (e.g. tipping bucket clogged). Right now, hand-coded php with forms for user input. User input entered into
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  • to identify users in other countries If we look at Airnow and IDEA sites that show aerosol and smoke trajectories. If we start with EPA user, it helps technology
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  • address client/user group needs? For example, National Center for Environment Assessment of EPA is interested in health topics as an “interim user”. There was
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  • practices, as listed in Appendix A. These standards and protocols will help users to discover, use, and understand Federation products and services. The testbed
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  • http://giovanniplus-ts1.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/daac-bin/WCS/wcsG3TS1 Tested Coverage: OMTO3e.003::ColumnAmountO3 Next to your name add if you are looking for guidance
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  • fields from Section 4.2 of the ECHO Data Partner's User Guide (Version 10.7). Source: ECHO Data Partner's User Guide Other ECHO Documentation This recommendation
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  • (http://disc.gsfc.nasa.gov/SSW/) provides a single, stripped-down user interface that allows users to make subset requests to 10 of the 12 EOSDIS Data Centers
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  • Quality Data Summit Planning Group Conference Call January 10, 2008, 2:00 – 3:00pm EST Conference Room C400 Meeting Notes Subject of Planning Group: Air
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  • use and re-use of the data (their own, if not others) Is also a non-expert user of the data, geared to the undergraduate or general college level Is considered
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  • with the GEOSS GCI. Phase 3 (9 months) - application development and coordination with decision support processes Phase 4 (3 months) - demonstration of
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  • area editors 3. content contributors 4. content administrators 5. Users (contributing in the form of comments) Licensing- for comments- Users must be registered
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  • demand from land use change and population growth. Decision levers enable users to manipulate model outcomes in response to climate change scenarios, drought
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  • collaborate with? How can we contribute? 3 Data Scientist as a data user Data Scientists are, obviously, data users. Data scientists: What are your Earth
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  • Registration is required, and a user ID and password needed for access. You may sign up for your own account or use a guest account with user = aqsdatamart@epa.gov
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  • Fire <feed url="http://news.google.com/news?ned=us&hl=en&ncl=djFMfdx2B3-VRwMFxHS3grXpM9rVM&rfilter=2&output=rss" entries=10> [{PERMALINK} {TITLE}] {DATE}
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  • addition 3. Product 4. DSS 1. High 2. Medium 3. Coarse 4. Point/in situ 1. Real time 2. Near real time 3. Delayed 4. none 1. Frequently 2. Regularly 3. Occasionally
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  • Class: 4, Order: 3, Group: 3, Series: 3 Data in: SPM from IPCC Data out: n.a. Taxonomy: Family 3, Class: 4, Order: 3, Group: 3, Series, 3 Data in: Raw data
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  • providers. 2.User’s roles within a provider context will be restricted. 1.none 1.User opens the EIE default portal site. 2.User selects “New User”, from main
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  • a context-sensitive Help facility 3.3 The Exchange shall provide user access to metadata, including product lineage 3.4 The Exchange will provide access
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  • EIE08.0.1) User is authenticated as a registered user EIE08.0.2) User accesses a form to request the creation of a new community EIE08.0.3) User completes
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  • threaded discussions. Users Providers Operators 1.User is registered as a member of the portal. 2.User’s identity has been authenticated. 3.User has sufficient
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  • (can we use Earth Science Collaboratory User Model?), <others> (see below) ...possibly indexed by NSF Earth^3 capabilities (see below) Develop canonical
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  • a context-sensitive Help facility 3.3 The Exchange shall provide user access to metadata, including product lineage 3.4 The Exchange will provide access
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  • Develop template for User Stories + User Experience (USUX) Who is the user What is their goal What systems do they interact with user input <-> system output
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  • Appropriate action ... 3.Controls are ... 1)The user selects ... 2)The user then ... 3)The results of the XXX are ... 4)The user ... 1)The user selects the alternate
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  • send it to Ge Peng at [[1]], Carlo Lacagnina at [[2]], or Ivana Ivánová at [[3]]. Community feedback is important in helping us improve the quality of the
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  • as data access follows data discovery for many users. Once an interesting data set is discovered, users want to get the data so they can use it. This access
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  • are pushing and pulling driving forces for data to flow from provider to user Provides a personal level of interoperability As part of the GEO AIP, the
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  • form and details can be found at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1LGAoUnS3vJ1-3yc5d-PZNlMyGoeKRNm4fbwXnL1qw78/viewform. Denise Hills made a motion to endorse
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources Users renewable energy applications Solar energy end-users? Documents had to include:
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  • developed to fill this void. GLIDER allows users to visualize and analyze satellite data in its native sensor view. Users can enhance the image by applying different
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  • and Techniques – Status 2. How can we best validate our work with ESDA users? 3. ESIP Summer Meeting Planning. Session Title: Earth Science Data Analytics
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  • viable and users use this scheme Simple, easy to implement technology - so should last some time as long as http is viable and users use it User Value 1.
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  • Metadata needs to be tailored to user needs. Participation and coordination with GEOSS (which is collaborating on users and user needs and how to judge how well
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  • science discipline and provides users with data products, services, and data-handling tools unique to the center's specialty. User services include: assistance
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  • Centers to effectively leverage CLASS capabilities to better serve the users. 3. As confusion regarding CLASS roles is eliminated, the ESIP meeting attendees
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  • accessible via the URL, but access should be via a simple URL request. User 1.User has been presented with a list of granules (Use case EIE09) 2.If the metadata
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  • Program Realizing the Benefit of (Re-) using Open Source Software Time: 2:00-3:30 Location: Mt. Vernon Convener: Chris Mattmann Realizing the Benefits of
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  • The general structure for the technical breakouts is as follows: Wed. 1/3/2007, 3:45-5:45. Demonstrate existing state-of-the-art of technology teams within
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  • Presentation City Center 2:00 - 3:30 Track 1 Data Preservation and Stewardship Dupont Track 2 Climate Change Education Georgetown Track 3 ESIP 101: Orientation/Introduction
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  • However, getting feedback from users had been difficult. DataONE is looking for ways to solicit suggestions from their users. The discussion has also included
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  • entity, not limited to funders (N.B.: January 2012 - Type 3 Definition amended to include data users) Allow Individuals to join the Federation as an Associate
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  • today. <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_gdhw3T_z08pqxxYvsgujIttWK80NUbqCufDT4JrKnA/edit?ts=564ba3d3#> Anne Wilson (coordinator) Richard Hooper Ruth
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  • operated in the simplest way possible, to meet user needs. Not only for present users, but future users as well. Scientists must be actively engaged in
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  • Scenario 3 – Rudy Husar – To present: User-Oriented Data Analytics and Tools in DataFed 4 – Tiffany Matthews – To lead discussion: 'enabling users to leverage
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  • & workflows C3: Issue tracker for problems with data or workflows C4: Protect individual property rights C5: Data trust: ability for users to track data
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  • be ESIP approved 3. Characterize use cases by Goal categories and other analytics driving considerations 4. Derive requirements from #3 Underway: 5. Further
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  • < GEO User Requirements for Air Quality | Report | Documents | Resources The project is guided by an Advisory Group, consisting of about a dozen people
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  • Earth observation creators, researchers, application developers, and end users. As the participants in these different activities frequently work within
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  • Objectives To connect portal and ontological development in water management with user requirements for products, services, and data discovery tools; and To consider
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  • try to expose this to a user group. It won’t be quite ready for the January meeting but will be good enough to show it to a user group. Luiz summary of
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  • population and public health condition to make decision support (Figure.3). Figure.3 Application analysis workfow We will first obtain the dust concentrations
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  • of these users could provide a sense of relative priority, for these users, among the ECVs. As described further in Section 3.4, these users include regional
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  • for test purposes). User logins will be added for testbed users interested in contributing/testing service endpoints - to become a user of the geoportal,
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  • datasets with confidentiality and privacy concerns. How readily and easily for users to get information on the procedures could be used. i. Peng’s afterthought:
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  • include four areas: 1. science community (cyberinfrastructure), 2. user stories (use cases) 3. social (trust, incentive, social science issues) and 4. programatic
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  • Earth Information Exchange will be established by users. The first stage in this process is to establish user's "wish lists" by capturing scenarios of use in
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  • public Concept Maps produced in the Cmap Ontology Editor. COE users can look in IHMC Public Cmaps (3) for the MDSA folder. Also, URLs to pictures of the current
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  • science data and information. Strengthen the ties between observations and user communities (e.g. technologies, research, education and applications). Promote
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  • some of the same key challenges we are facing (e.g., diverse data source, users, etc). There are synergies between us. I plan to follow up with contacts
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  • 'Session Input:' Generic Data Value Chain Model (Used to frame discussion) 3:15pm Break 3:30pm Report out from each group (15min. ea.) - All Group A1 Group B1
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  • Without discussion, the Committee accepted the nomination without objection. 3. Setting the Tone for the Year ESIP Summer Meeting Opportunities Carol Meyer
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  • and users. The impediments from the user's point of view are succinctly stated in the report by Research, P.O.I.T.A.T.C.O (1998), in short: the user can
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  • what the user's real concern is Adrienne (Axiom Data Science): how do we interact with users where they know what they are getting back; users expect fancy
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  • Lionel Menard, MINES ParisTech, Paris During Phase 3 of the Architecture Implementation Pilot (AIP3) of GEOSS (Global Earth Observation System of Systems)
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  • 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
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  • The Usability Cluster aims to discuss the applicability of using User Interface (UI)/User Experience (UX) principles and techniques in evaluating and enhancing
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  • collect contextual data and correlate it with other user behavior datasets, as well as expand user data … you enter a whole new area where you can get
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  • Mercury 3.0 - A New SOA based data discovery and access system Bruce Wilson (yes for backup poster for materials) Mercury (http://mercury.ornl.gov) is
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  • Data Center; (3) A Web 2.0 Platform/Instruments user interface providing a dynamic list of platforms and instruments, which allows users to easily sort
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  • MD_Metadata 2) DQ_DataQuality 3) MD_MaintenanceInformation Ken Casey – We needs documentation for 1. Users, 2. Ingest systems, 3. And more Jeff Arnfield –
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  • not available today) http://wiki.esipfed.org/index.php/GEOSS_AIP_AQ_Scenario 3. Assess purpose/process of the AQ Cluster telecons switch to bi-weekly? Here
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  • lock-in? Some users of Nebula complained about the default 100GB default storage space. Ray O'Brien indicated bigger storage is not an issue. Users should email
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  • would like to learn from the experience? 3. Coordinate with RMap team regarding ESIP Summer Meeting sessions User studies with existing RMap features. Dedicated
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  • Issues: need to utilize a shared user database with the ESIP Portal and Commons, but allow for different roles for the same user across the sites. Ajinkya (UAH)
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  • research; supports end-user implementation; Capabilities: PI: create user; privilege management, such as activate and deactivate users; create instances; Choose
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  • Packaging Tool was tested using virtual user study. Feedback for this demonstration included: having an expressive user is really helpful for enhancing the
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  • validating OpenSearch servers or cast endpoints. User points their browser to the ESIP testbed portal User selects one of the validation options. The options
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  • Brian is familiar with. Likewise, Chung-Lin suggested GPM data users. Airborne data users who also work with satellite data are also excellent candidates
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  • quality applications. 3. Fire occurrence data is input to smoke emissions models and subsequent data analysis tools. 1)The user finds and accesses GOES
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  • optional order modifier DO NOT EXPOSE UNDERLYING QUERYING LANGUAGE TO USERS DO NOT EXPECT USERS TO KNOW YOUR ONTOLOGY EXACTLY RDFa representation to RDF Cant run
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  • your left grid and "b" to refer to your right grid dataset. For example: (3*a-2*b)/4. For CMAQ data, we wish to find the difference, so just set the expression
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  • is fairly high level to ESIP. ESIP is cutting edge technology/real data users and GEO has to worry about being accessible to developing countries and not
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  • limit presentations to 10min and address whichever 3 of the following 5 points seem most relevant): What user needs are you especially focused on now? What
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  • collect contextual data and correlate it with other user behavior datasets, as well as expand user data … you enter a whole new area where you can get
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  • through outreach to user communities. (e.g., decision makers, teachers, students) Reduce barriers between data providers and data users through IT, training
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  • scale of 1 = excellent two-way fit, 2 = one-way fit or some other problem, 3 - extension required. Data Discoverability /Accessibility
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  • centered around Ramada - Type of tool that even regular users will be able to sit down and use - User using Ramada for publish, analyze, republish, connecting
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  • information is documented and presented from both the data producer and the user’s points of view are also part of the cluster’s objectives. As a result of
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  • to provide improved user interoperability with data center data? (Alternately, should data centers provide the data and let users determine how to manipulate
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  • The more complete and compatible the metadata, the more likely it is that a user will be able to discover the data they are seeking. This sub-section aims
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  • data creators any feedback received from users regarding the quality of their data and products. 3. Data Users Users will credit and cite all significant data
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  • provide a voice and impact on the EarthCube process for the geosciences end-user communities, influencing the direction of EarthCube architecture and cyberinfrastructure
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  • change need vs. near-real-time monitoring need) Presenting data quality to users What does the air quality community need for data quality (i.e., for many
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  • 15-20 people. Martha Maiden Award - 3 nominations reviewed and consensus was reached. The subcommittee (VP, plus 3 Type reps) will affirm their decision
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  • anagement/20160720_ESIP_summer_mtg Understand content in re3data|copdess. Eg, confirm: re3data is canonical, copdess is view + additional info maintenance
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  • sites. (or have a few examples) prescribed fire? Breakout Session 3: Jan 7, 2009 2-3:30pm Select a data-use scenario and perform a proof-of-concept check
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  • Spatial and temporal extent of the application of the constraint restrictions 3 mco:graphic 0..* mcc:MD_BrowseGraphic graphic / symbol indicating the constraint
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  • roles are: a. To increase the diversity and breadth of the community of users and providers of Earth science data, information, products, and services;
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  • HTAP analysts-users will be distributed. However, they can be connected through an integrated infrastructure. , as well as a set of user-centric tools
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  • the described resource are used to provide important information about how users should cite the documented resource that is described by the metadata. These
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  • well with "U" in TRUST - Users. Not only determining who gets to make the decision but also to whom is that decision being made. User-focused. We ended the
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  • may inflict upon users. Alternatively, systems and their interfaces can help their users feel accomplished and successful if they are user-friendly! If you
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  • with the access to rate. Requiring users to sign-in might be helpful as the starting point to filter out any users that might have malicious intends. Rating
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  • interest: Identify data sets Identify stakeholders (data source/provider, users) Identify user needs and functions Identify existing capabilities Others... ESIP
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  • actually be useful to an end user. For example, we can identify location and time of PM 2.5 measurements above 40.4 ug/m3, and use the spatial temporal
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  • (Take away quote from this study, which also compares comprehension of 2D vs. 3D: "...the rainbow color map can significantly reduce a person’s accuracy and
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  • Current System Landscape Figure 3 sketches the opportunity space (see Rudy’s diagrams with same concept) we are discussing: Figure 3 Key attributes of this picture
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  • interface with End Users. It is a high visibility project. It would be worth working on user requirements. That way there can be multiple users so that the information
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  • 1) The user discovers the OMI NO2 WCS 2) The user submits a WCS GetCoverage request that includes bounding box, time, and parameter filters 3) The GSFC
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  • the thinking portion. Make or break moments with our users. Eg: Citations, Elegibility (If users can’t get these easily they will leave) General Approach
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  • specific user communities; and resulted in the development of multiple, diverse metadata “dialects.” Consequently, sharing data outside specific user communities
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  • scale of 1 = excellent two-way fit, 2 = one-way fit or some other problem, 3 - extension required. Data Discoverability
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  • (LAADS) Web site has provided a user-interactive GUI for accessing select MODIS data. However, current Earth science data users often want to use automated
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  • the questions could be reviewed before testing them with the users. Providing help when users are stuck would be a useful guideline to add to our framework
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  • with the ES3 schema used by UCSB in the 2nd Provenance challenge, and generalize it as necessary to accommodate inter-site lineages. Since the ES3 schema already
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  • metadata to the users by accessing the GEOSS portals and the GEOSS clearinghouse. It is hoped that these interfaces to the GCI will enable users to better share
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  • Chrome Web Store. SPARKvue also supports Windows and Mac computers, for which users can download a free 60-day trial. SPARKvue is not demanding, so there is
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  • sets of metadata are strongly linked for presentation to the user. It is hoped that this DCP-3 can supersede DCP-2. The required OpeNDAP "data#" links of
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  • 2015-10-21 http://www.re3data.org/ re3data is a registry of data repositories. they are connected to RDA. From their website: re3data.org strives offers
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  • bring together satellite product scientists, IT folks, and application end users to: identify and organize, through online methods, available NO2 data and
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  • Project Timeline Suggested by David: Wk 3/28, wk 4/4 - Discovery PT1 PM Setup Information architecture, discussion User roles and stories, discussion Learning
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  • communication recap.(website, email list, etc) Winter meeting cloud session plan.(3 put in) ESIP Cloud Computing Testbed Webinar cloud presentations by companies
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  • data providers and connect those through loosely coupled service chaining. (3) Continuously improve the functionality of (1) and (2) through use case demonstrations
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  • starts on Tuesday, but there will be a few activities in advance: DataOne User Group meeting, July 15-16, 2012 ESIP DrupalCamp, Pyle Center, Rm 111, Monday
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  • Sorting out Data Science and Data Analytics - 3/20/14 John' Schnase: MERRA Analytic Services (MERRA/AS) - 3/20/14 Bamshad Mobasher: Data Analytics Masters
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  • July 18-21, 2006. The Air Quality Cluster will meet on Wednesday from 1:30-3:00 and Thursday from 10:00-12:00. Feel free to add your own content to this
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  • the ‘system’ knows its users and how they want the information. This type of interface with users could help with defining user requirements, building
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  • standards and in service of a diverse community of scientific and public users. This session will provide a variety of presentations that cover the basics
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  • User mri:MD_DataIdentification if documenting Data User srv:SV_ServiceIdentification if documenting a Service Possible Parent Elements
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  • are similar, but the user groups are different Earth Cube focusing on long-tail communities ESIP focused on user side of things 3. Develop agenda for Planning
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  • unique users just within NASA in 2018). Website: https://www.anaconda.com/ Full Application: [25] Earth science data are heavily utilized by our users. Our
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  • 1.Provider (contact) logs on to EIE. 2.EIE Authenticates user. (See Alternative Flow step 1) 3.Provider (contact) navigates to manage their services. 4
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  • meeting 1. Go to https://esipfed.webex.com 2. Click the “Meeting Center” tab 3. Select the DISASTER RESPONSE|[1] If a password is required, enter the Meeting
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  • communities of users and simultaneously advances the state of the art in designing observatories for multidisciplinary communities of users. Each of the
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  • 'stack' of conditions depicted in the interoperability stack, Figure 3.1. Figure 3.1 Interoperability stack for WCS. The interoperability stack is composed
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  • the type of info that needs to be shared between data providers and DRM users. It seems likely the architecture will be hierarchical with some common elements
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  • rejection. 3.Use case terminates. 1.A communication failure event has been created. 2.EIE Administrator detects the communication failure. 3.EIE Administrator
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  • Without discussion, the Committee accepted the nomination without objection. 3. Setting the Tone for the Year ESIP Summer Meeting Opportunities Carol Meyer
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  • Pattern: Small scale job shop - each negative scanned by contractor Example 3: Multi-satellite Record of Solar Constant This collection consists of Collection
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  • dates could confuse broad range of users Martin - Applications would use the version date, not user Who are the next users in this chain? GEO AQ CoP. RHusar:
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  • that you would like listed on ESIP: Question 3: What are the main topics and purpose of this area? Question 3.5: Your organization's education contact information:
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  • projects and other topics for discussion. 1:30-4:45 (scheduled break from 3:00-3:15) Room: Freer A Topics for discussion (you are welcome to add other topics):
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  • filled in by an application user. Scientific user in search of data. The actor that initiates this use case is the portal User. Providers may also initiate
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  • an option in a user interface). There would be slightly more information captured for the tool. A simple user interface would allow a user to select a dataset
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  • logged in user (i.e., one with an ESIP account) should be able to query to obtain a list of their own resources in the repository A logged in user needs to
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  • hearing problem/needs of at a analytics users, can go solve it. Who are our experts? Suggestions made: Power users, who deal with lots of distributed heterogeneous
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  • existing repos Outcomes: Survey of current capabilities, Analysis of re3data, COPDESS, –users understand which repositories match their needs Common Technical
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  • Analytics tools with data. Notes: User dependent: Who are the target users? Do they start with data or tools. Visit User Model Matrix Looking Forward: Where
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  • throughout the standard to provide information about papers (scientific, user guides...) or to provide cite-able information about the resource (a dataset
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  • NOTE: It is understood there are overlaps between general categories and the user is encouraged to select the one most appropriate. Code List: http://standards
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  • one of greater interest to information tool developers, providers, and users (users=researchers). Other discussion inputs include: Need to find best ways
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  • practices, as listed in Appendix A. These standards and protocols will help users to discover, use, and understand Federation products and services. The testbed
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  • CEOS WGISS: The 43th work group meeting was held in Annapolis, MD, April 3-6. Agenda and presentations are available here. Meeting included Technology
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  • Sameer from Microsoft discussed "user intent modeling" at the charette Is there something to the concept of "user intent"? Users have to know about the Earth
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  • outreach/engagement to users has been serendipitous so far. The team would like to consider additional strategies to reach out to more users. 3) Invited Presentation:
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  • change and energy data providers, decision support tool providers, and end users; please participate at any level you would like in any of our activities
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  • Island communities in the face of changing environmental conditions. On January 3, 2008, Ms. Shea assumed responsibility as the Chief of CSD with responsibility
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  • support information and knowledge discovery with such online data. Moreover, users of these data are not only geoscientists but also the average citizen. We
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  • Spatial and temporal extent of the application of the constraint restrictions 3 mco:graphic 0..* mcc:MD_BrowseGraphic graphic / symbol indicating the constraint
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  • Posted so far are here Switch to weekly calls to help with coordination?* GEO User Interface Committee meeting 22-24 Sept., Boulder (just before AIP kickoff)
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  • about what's the requirements and what can be provided by a EC2 brokering. 3. Cloud Advisory Tool: The components are developed and a GUI is demonstrated:
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  • Technology Innovation for Earth Science WHEN: Wednesday, July 18, 2012 from 1:30pm-3:00PM Abstract & Agenda: Presentations and discussions about the latest developments
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  • and permissions - what is difference between ESIP member and authenticated user? what is the authentication plan for ESIP portal in general? do multiple
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  • geospatial datasets as web services makes them easier for users to discover and use. Web services allow users to access and then combine different datasets for
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  • processed to create a new dataset is important knowledge for data users. This knowledge enables users to understand, and evaluate the suitability/applicability
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  • cluster accomplishments discussion: Contributions to last 3 ESIP meetings including an end-user/decision maker focused breakout in the Winter of 2010 and
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  • engagement with social scientists •More engagement with scientists •Engagement of users – replicable process Continued Forum for Technical People ESIP Federation
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  • to the user's workstation only the specified subset of data (variables, lon-lat box, time-range). Transmission volume over the Internet to the user is thereby
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  • such as being a review or editor, to the registered user. ii. Workflow: In general, a registered user can submit a resource. The submitted resource would
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  • photo, a file with the latitude and longitude of each pixel might help a user understand the image It is not clear what to do about some data that doesn't
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  • Stewardship cluster has regular telecons on the second Wednesday of every month at 3 PM EST Telephone: 877-326-0011 Meeting #: *4917475* Cluster Chair: Ruth Duerr
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  • needs of future users. Also, next steps in the standard development process will be identified. Convener: Mark Parsons Thursday 1:30PM - 3:00PM We will review
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  • Chris Lynnes (EOSDIS) - Lead Bob Downs (SEDAC): Intrigued by user perspective, looking to broaden discovery to include the exploration needed before deciding
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  • Identifier A phrase or string which uniquely identifies the metadata file/record. 3 Catalog Services for the Web (CSW) Core Queryables DCAT for Data Discovery
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  • cover the following (around 20 slides) problem (3-4 slides) solution (5-8 slides) show the outer user view and inner technical view To be effective, need
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  • metadata, and taxonomic standards are confusing for data managers and data users to navigate. The biological data community in the US could benefit from guidance
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  • Twitter project page! Air Twitter, is a twitter account designed to harvest user-generated content like tweets, delicious bookmarks, flickr pictures and youtube
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  • efficient dialog between users and providers. The URR is a comprehensive database describing an array of user data, such as user types, applications, requirements
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  • of Users II, Oral session, AGU Meeting [2016-12-15 1:40PM - 3:40PM] IN41C: Managing Earth Science Data Quality Information for the Benefit of Users I Posters
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  • testbed would provide a prototype registration site which would redirect users to the original data The testbed at George Mason exists and can be used for
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  • Disaster Response”, Sang-Ho Yun (JPL) Presentation "Experiences With End-User Requirements for Disaster Response", Margaret Glasscoe (JPL) Based on the
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  • participants are encouraged to contribute their 'SWAT' for use case development. ~ 3 hours - this is a working session. We'll start as a group and then (if numbers/interest
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  • Centers to effectively leverage CLASS capabilities to better serve the users. 3. As confusion regarding CLASS roles is eliminated, the ESIP meeting attendees
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  • fields which detail specific information about the data. Thus, it allows users to understand the contents of a data set and determine whether a particular
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  • Main ESIP page >> Main Meeting page The format of the session will be 3 20-minute short presentations from EPA, NASA and NOAA on the following: -Mandate
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  • metadata quality which is not usually addressed, and (3) the activity will take into account feedback from users to help rate quality of data and services. Ultimate
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  • 1-3 pm EDT Phone: Meeting Number: 877-326-0011 Meeting Code: *7884944* GoTo Meeting Link: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/join/188806762 (feel free to add
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  • trustworthiness of individual datasets and for providing sufficient guidance for users to address their specific needs, including machine learning. However, there
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  • would benefit the entire community of Earth Science data and information users through the reduction in the barriers to the use and distribution of Earth
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  • INFORMATION PARTNERS (ESIP) FEDERATION A. Describe current or anticipated users of your products and services and how you think the Federation can help you
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  • Fox/Mark Parsons: Cognitive Computing session, “Users, meet your observations. Observations, meet your users. Mediation: a role for cognitive computing?”
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  • recap 3. Cluster poster for summer meeting 4. EOS data rescue white paper update 5. ESIP summer meeting sessions The RMap team will be conducting user studies
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  • more like a town hall meeting. (3) Four key areas have been identified to be tackledJ: Technical, Programmatics, User Stories and Human Factors. What is
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  • about end users of ESIP data which includes tools and standards. There was a lot of talk about metrics in Santa Barbara. Meeting adjourned at 3:10 PM
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  • and hyperspectral datasets into the cloud, allowing multiple simultaneous users to interact with a single shared instance of each. This capability could
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  • collaboration for some issue that arises. Users don't know that a lot of the data exists -- Marketing the unknown users is a major problem. White paper defining
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  • Session 3 Steve Hughes/Emily Law, JPL — Science Data System Reference Architecture Concepts and Principles Chris Lynnes, NASA/GSFC — The End User in the
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  • presented some usability tests (using cognitive walkthrough, remote user study, and group user study techniques) Nancy H.: DMT working group will be collaborating
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  • Carpentry. Usability group would like to use the “User Study” technique on the Clearinghouse - this involves the user communicating with the moderator whilst they
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