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Ag 0703 Task Global Agricultural Monitoring Chris Justice Inbal Becker-Reshef University of Maryland Ag 0703 Task Global Agricultural Monitoring Chris Justice Inbal Becker-Reshef University of Maryland

Recent Developments in Task Ag 0703 Global Agricultural Monitoring • Published report from the Recent Developments in Task Ag 0703 Global Agricultural Monitoring • Published report from the GEOSS/IGOL Workshop on Developing a Strategy for Global Agricultural Monitoring in the Framework of GEO held at FAO HQ, Rome, 16 -18 July • Briefing given to Agricultural Monitoring Agencies in Beijing, China • Planning underway for the Workshop on Crop Acreage Estimation, Spring 2008, JRC Ispra • Planning underway for regional methods experiments in Ethiopia, China and S. America • Planning underway for a global cropland mapping initiative • Negotiations underway for an Ag Monitoring Secretariat to be established at ISRO, India • Ag Monitoring Web Site format being harmonized with GEOSS Web Site

Recommendations presented to the ADC Meeting, Washington DC, September 2007 (1) • GEO Secretariat/ADC Recommendations presented to the ADC Meeting, Washington DC, September 2007 (1) • GEO Secretariat/ADC to support – Development of an international moderate (30 m) resolution data initiative, providing a global data set for the 2009 -2011 period, from the available international assets. • This data set to be derived from multiple data sources would follow the GEOCOVER and MDGLS projects (to be completed by USGS and NASA in 2008) and be used as a basis for developing a database on global agricultural distribution, crop group type and rotation and farming systems. • The data set should be made available free of charge • It is recommended that CEOS WGISS provide guidance on the necessary acquisition strategy, metadata standards and product interoperability and availability

Recommendations presented to the ADC Meeting, Washington DC, September 2007 (2) • GEO Secretariat Recommendations presented to the ADC Meeting, Washington DC, September 2007 (2) • GEO Secretariat and the Architecture and Data Committee to advocate for CEOS, its member space agencies and working groups to secure the space-borne assets needed for agricultural monitoring with an emphasis on data continuity, reliability and timeliness by working to: – secure operational status for fine resolution sensing systems (10 m-50 m) extending the 35 years of dynamic data continuity from Landsat and SPOT – Develop and implement within the next 5 to 10 years the next generation of fine resolution sensing systems, to provide an integrated system, acquiring and providing global coverage of 10 m cloud free imagery every 5 -10 days – Put in place systems to provide moderate resolution data (1 km -250 m) delivery in near real time or at a minimum within 24 hours of acquisition

Recommendations presented to the ADC September 2007 (3) • • • GEO Secretariat/ADC to Recommendations presented to the ADC September 2007 (3) • • • GEO Secretariat/ADC to work toward an international agreement on and implementation of a data policy that includes free and open access to data sets and products contributed by GEO members’ space agencies toward meeting the objectives of the GEO societal benefit areas such as global agricultural monitoring. The Policy should: – establish non-prohibitive data pricing policies, allowing for free and open sharing of data and enabling affordable regional agricultural monitoring – Adopt equitable pricing policies for moderate resolution data leading to free and open data access and data sharing – Encourage a reduction in price of very fine resolution (1 m-10 m) data especially for targeting agricultural lands in regions where food security is a priority issue – Help minimize delays in data access, foster wide spatial and temporal data availability of data, promote data sharing and collaboration, and enable integration of earth observations and in situ data The ADC should work with the Ag Community of Practice to review existing data policies, identify barriers to data use for agricultural production monitoring, and develop data product recommendations that maximize access for agricultural production monitoring. Special Attention should be given to enhancing the capacity of developing country data users and collectors

Next Steps • Given that these recommendations from Sept 2007 are still relevant • Next Steps • Given that these recommendations from Sept 2007 are still relevant • What progress has been made by the ADC to address them – What is the status of the different recommendations • What is needed from the Ag 07 03 Task to support the ADC in the implementation of the various recommendations • Would the ADC be interested in supporting a joint workshop with AG 0703 to elaborate on these recommendations