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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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  • to encourage use of the guidelines. Extend work on identifiers beyond data. Refine and document use cases. Work on the ontology. Increase formal outreach
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  • Hua and Chris Lynnes Contact e-mail: [email protected] What were the main accomplishments and activities of this group over the last six months to
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  • proposal for Products and Services Committee did not receive funding for this work work with other organizations: NASA Tech Infusion OGC, ESGF, Data Conservancy
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  • back to EnviroSensing Cluster main page Community Wiki Document on Best Practices for Sensor Networks and Sensor Data Management Throughout this document
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  • identifiers and data citation to data preservation and provenance tracking. My work at NCAR has also benefited from participating in the ESIP Semantic Technologies
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  • low cost (maybe free), but it would be nice to get the main organizer a stipend for their work Next Steps after Summer Meeting Use the Open Science Framework
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  • scientist part of the public? It’s important to bring scientists and their work into the community, can effective visualization facilitate the needed two-way
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  • Back to Ag & Climate Workspace Agenda (Joint with Energy & Climate Work Group) LuAnn Dalhman (NOAA Climate Program Office) on Climate Resilience Toolkit
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  • need to come up with a specific work plan for fulfilling the goals outlined in the strategic plan. Maggi's clearing house work overlaps nicely with Goal 2
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  • Scientist, what would you like to see a Data Scientist do to help you in your work. 2 Other Activities: RDA Big Data Analytics Interest Group (Infrastructure
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  • participate in clusters/work groups July 2017: ESIP Summer Meeting August - December, 2017: Fellows participate in clusters/work groups December 31, 2017:
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  • and also contains specific data access instructions for that coverage. The main data query service is getCoverage, in which the user specifies the desired
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  • Summer Workshop - we'll work with local participants to test and refine activities. Post-summer workshop - As an outcome of the work that has been done leading
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  • deliver reliable, up-to-date and user friendly information – vital for the work of decision makers, planners and emergency managers. The GOESS ‘system of
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  • should be ready to guide the discussion, while another captures the results. Main objectives session: to understand what is being offered by the participants
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  • leader emails the list-serv with a copy of the information found here ESIPfed main page under Agenda. For example, Data Stewardship When Fri, February 6, 3pm
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  • Can we set up another telecon for defining requirements of testbeds? The main point is, can OpenSearch casting specs fit in the Geoportal. Hook will set
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  • Interests’ list on this page, or from the Interests box on the main ‘Profile’ page. To go back to the main ‘Profile’ page, follow the ‘Manage your profile and preferences’
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  • Agency Requirements, and the sub-title NSF. Agreed that the convention will work Module author - Just me? What about reviewer's? Co-authors, etc.? Author
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  • Main ESIP page >> Executive Committee page >> Current draft plan (see embedded notes by Howard Burrows in red and Margaret Mooney in green.) The Federation
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  • thoughts on the interpretation of the metrics in that spreadsheet on the main tab Corinna shared that the PIs have a report due to NSF at the end of the
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  • mentioned the word "community" a lot -- that's because the people of ESIP are the main reason I participate. Through ESIP I now have a professional network that
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  • groups for supplying data; this was key step in making the process smother. Main features Transfer of very large model output across internet Storage of 1
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  • open environmental data for artificial intelligence (AI) applications. The main goals of the cluster include: Coordinate the development of the maturity
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  • Main POC Title Summary ESIP Sponsoring Group Funding Cycle Dave Jones Addressing an Immediate Need: Establishing the Multi-State Fleet Response Working
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  • 9/7/17. Main points included clarifying among individuals, members of an ESIP organization and members employed by ESIP. In addition, more work needed to
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  • Back to the main data management training page
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  • facilitate and coordinate work that is largely done within functional organizations. On the other hand, if the ways of getting work done and of decision-making
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  • Report Page Group: Air Quality Work Group Contact Person: Glynis Lough Contact e-mail: [email protected] What were the main accomplishments and activities
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  • describe the flow that would be followed if the use case where to follow its main plot from start to end. Error states or alternate states that might be highlighted
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  • what the solution is, but from experience collaboration sites only seem to work when there is functionality there that members need and want to use, and
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  • Characterization main page Examples of what we mean by non-IT: Security: that agency policy around access is unclear, or there is no incentive to work through the
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  • Stall, Anne Wilson Issues discussed: We need a process for cleaning up the work we have already, getting more people to fill out the spreadsheet. we would
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  • default OWS/web/static/index.html, make sure not to overwrite' it. Keep the main copy elsewhere and copy it back. Open the download page in another tab. If
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  • get in touch with him as soon as possible so that the video capabilities work effectively. Ruth provided him contact information after the meeting. The
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  • interesting demo What is the timeline for the work? ESRI is flexible on the timeline (response was to have work completed within one year) What are the success
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  • Main Page ESIP participants work in various collaborative networks. NCANet EarthCube EarthServer GEOSS RDA Big Data/Analytics NOAA Environmental Data Management
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  • Presently working on a microtutorial for unbaited fish monitor - does it work, why does it work, what should you never do? - important to include "worst practices"
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  • Return to IM Code Registry main page Agenda for ESIP Information Management Code Registry (IMCR) Telecon 2 May 2018 at 14:00 EDT (60 min) Volunteer(s)
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  • free to join (i.e., the wiki and the monthly telecons). If you'd like to work on sections of the White Paper add your name to that section of the outline
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  • Pilot-II of GEOSS. The pilot work was broken into two dimensions (Fig.1): societal benefit area and transverse technology work groups. Figure 1. GEOSS AIP-2
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  • creating Collaboration Area Strategic Plans. This has been linked to the main Partnership wiki page. Perhaps this should be our first order of business
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  • teachers to attend the summer ESIP Education workshop held in parallel to the main ESIP meeting (when applicable there is planned overlap of the meetings) Offer
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  • Other versions of python 2.x may work, but python 3.x won't yet. 32 bit as well as 64 bit installations have been done and work as expected. This is more of
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  • of the meeting is a chance to see the work of other members and groups that have an active interest in the work of the ESIP Federation. The number of posters
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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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  • community to more easily use and exchange NASA's data and services. ECHO's main objective is to enable broader use of NASA's EOS data. It allows users to
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  • Parsons, Bob Downs, Shannon Leslie Notes: 1) ESIP Program Committee update Main agenda item has been preparing for all hands Summer Meeting Also: Travel
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  • Background on Services, e.g. use cases (Pfox) presentation Also see the main cluster page to ongoing discussion of this topic. http://wiki.esipfed.org/index
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  • New tools can serve many disciplines, and even accelerate interdisciplinary work." (Rita R. Colwell, Director, NSF, February 2003). Over the past decades
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  • Back to Executive Committee Main Page ESIP Federation Executive Committee, November 16, 2010 Attendees: Jim Frew; Chris Lenhardt; Carol Meyer; Margaret
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  • GeoLink Schema and OntologyDesignPatterns.org John Graybeal mentioned that work on his ontology portal was resuming after a short hiatus John also mentioned
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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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  • Personas” spreadsheet. iv. Sophie added that these roles represented the main types of interactions or uses that our users might have with our Clearinghouse
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  • start with the “editor” instead of “moderator” as the name for one of the main roles for now. Nancy mentioned the idea for implementing a metadata submission
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  • structure is very difficult. In fact, there is no approach that is guaranteed to work. There is also no guarantee of consistency in the descriptions of the people
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  • planning out this coming week. Please edit this page to add/promote your work, make announcements, look for dinner pals etc here. If you are convening
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  • and models are brought together as a network. This GEO Task builds upon the work of the Task Force on Hemispheric Transport of Air Pollutants (www.htap.org)
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  • Perform a purity test based on occurrence of tags within clusters. Related Work: Document clustering of scientific texts using citation contexts Option 2:
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  • institutions. Multidisciplinary work is required. EAR will consider co-funding of projects with other agencies and supports international work and collaborations.
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