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GEOSS Web Services (GWS) OGC support of GEOSS Workshops Telecon 10 August 2007 George GEOSS Web Services (GWS) OGC support of GEOSS Workshops Telecon 10 August 2007 George Percivall Open Geospatial Consortium [email protected] org

GWS Telecon - Agenda • GEOSS Workshop Series and GWS - George Percivall • GWS Telecon - Agenda • GEOSS Workshop Series and GWS - George Percivall • IGARSS, July GEOSS Workshop - Rudy Husar • Geo. North, August GEOSS Workshop - T. Fisher, Doug Nebert, R. Thomas, G. Yettman, Stefano Nativi • Africa. GIS 2007, September GEOSS Workshop • OGC TC Boulder, September GEOSS Workshop • Any Other Business Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

The Workshop Series 2007 “The User and the GEOSS Architecture” Apr-07 IEEE So. S The Workshop Series 2007 “The User and the GEOSS Architecture” Apr-07 IEEE So. S and Signal Conferences Hawaii, USA SOSE and Information infrastructure for GEOSS Jun-07 Intl Symp on RS of Environment - ISRSE San Jose, Costa Rica Sustainable dev through EO, Agriculture Jul-07 IGARSS 07 Barcelona, Spain GEOSS System components Aug-07 IPY Geo. North Yellowknife, Canada Climate and biodiversity Sep-07 Africa. GIS 07 Burkina Faso EO for water, health Sep-07 OGC TC Boulder, CO USA Regional Decisions for Climate Change Nov-07 Asian Conference on Remote Sensing Kuala Lumpur, MY Environment Disaster/ Tsunami http: //www. grss-ieee. org/menu. taf? menu=GEOSS&detail=GEOSSWorkshops Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

OGC participation in GEOSS Workshop Series’ 07 Apr-07 IEEE So. S and Signal Conferences OGC participation in GEOSS Workshop Series’ 07 Apr-07 IEEE So. S and Signal Conferences Hawaii, USA Simon Cox, CSIRO Jun-07 Intl Symp on RS of Environment - ISRSE San Jose, Costa Rica Karl Benedict, Univ. New Mexico Jul-07 IGARSS 07 Barcelona, Spain Rudy Husar, Wash Univ-St. L Aug-07 IPY Geo. North Yellowknife, Canada Robert Thomas, Greg Yettman Sep-07 Africa. GIS 07 Burkina Faso Sep-07 OGC TC Boulder, CO USA IPCC Data Dist Centres: A. Woolf; R. Chen IP 3 Scenario: Stefano Nativi, Nov-07 Asian Conference on Remote Sensing Kuala Lumpur, MY Shailesh Nayack, INCOIS http: //www. ogcnetwork. net/GEOSSdemos Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

GEOSS Workshop/Demo at IGARSS 2007 Barcelona Spain 22 July 2007 Rudolf B. Husar, Professor GEOSS Workshop/Demo at IGARSS 2007 Barcelona Spain 22 July 2007 Rudolf B. Husar, Professor and Director Center for Air Pollution Impact and Trend Analysis (CAPITA), Washington University, St. Louis

GEOSS Workshop at IGARSS 2007 • Demonstration was part of GEOSS workshop at IGARSS GEOSS Workshop at IGARSS 2007 • Demonstration was part of GEOSS workshop at IGARSS – http: //www. igarss 07. org/frontal/Geoss. asp • Rudy Husar, Washington University, St. Louis led the demonstration development. Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

Dust and Chlorophyll over the Mediterranean GEOSS Web Services (GWS) Interoperability Demostration The User Dust and Chlorophyll over the Mediterranean GEOSS Web Services (GWS) Interoperability Demostration The User and the GEOSS Architecture Presented at the workshop July 22, 2007, Barcelona, Spain

Ocean Fertilization by Atmospheric Dust Oceanic Biomass by Phytoplankton Evidence of Chlorophyll Enhancement by Ocean Fertilization by Atmospheric Dust Oceanic Biomass by Phytoplankton Evidence of Chlorophyll Enhancement by Dust N. Pacific Ocean Bishop et al. (2002), Science Phytoplankton produce most of the oceanic biomass through photosynthesis E. Mediterranean Photosynthesis by chlorophyll has been shown to increase with atmospheric dust fertilization However, precipitation, the wind and many other factors also influence the production of chlorophyll A scientific challenge is to quantify the chlorophyll-dust relationship

Interoperability through GEOSS Facilitates publishing, finding and processing the data resources, to support decision Interoperability through GEOSS Facilitates publishing, finding and processing the data resources, to support decision makers Get. Capabilities Back End Capabilities, ‘Profile’ Where? When? What? Which Format? Get. Data [catalog pic] Data Client Std. Interface Server Std. Interface Accessible datasets for the Barcelona Demo Front End WMS/WCS – Space Time Query Standards Get. Data Where? BBOX When? Time What? Temperature Format OGC, ISO T 1 net. CDF, HDF. . T 2 OGC, ISO CF CF, EOS, OGC

Barcelona Demo Network Coordination Data Processing, Portrayal and Delivery Services Rudolf Husar, Erin Robinson Barcelona Demo Network Coordination Data Processing, Portrayal and Delivery Services Rudolf Husar, Erin Robinson Coordination and Data Mediation Services George Percivall Siri Jodha Singh Khalsa Proc. Services Stefan Falke Delivery Services? Lorenzo Bigagli Dust Model C. Perez, J. Baldasano, P. Guerrero, O. Jorba Doug Westphal Dust Model? Data Access Services Dust Model George Kallos Dust Data Xavier Querol, Jorge Pey Datasets, Model Gregory Leptoukh, Nadime Alameh Wind Forecast Ben Domenico Population Greg Yetman

Summary • GEOSS System of Systems architecture is suitable for integrating data across geographical, Summary • GEOSS System of Systems architecture is suitable for integrating data across geographical, disciplinary and organizational boundaries. • The current data access standardization is very spotty and fragile but non-intrusive mediator services can bridge the interoperability gaps. • Interoperability demonstrations are key steps toward configurable, robust data flow and processing networks.

Links • Annotated Scenario V 4 PPT , • Demo Screencast - 258 MB Links • Annotated Scenario V 4 PPT , • Demo Screencast - 258 MB flash, 64 MB AVI, You. Tube • Demo preparation wiki workspace • Short workspace content transferred to OGCNetworks

GEOSS Workshop/Demo at IPY Geo. North Yellowknife, Canada 19 -20 August 2007 GEOSS Workshop/Demo at IPY Geo. North Yellowknife, Canada 19 -20 August 2007

GEOSS Workshop at Geo. North • Workshop Theme: “The Impact of Climate Change and GEOSS Workshop at Geo. North • Workshop Theme: “The Impact of Climate Change and Variability on Biodiversity and Energy in the Arctic " – Organized by Ellsworth Le. Drew ([email protected] uwaterloo. ca) • Workshop precedes the First International Circumpolar Conference on Geospatial Sciences and Applications, Yellowknife, N. W. T. , Canada, August 20 -24, 2007 – http: //ess. nrcan. gc. ca/ipygeonorth/index_e. php Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

GEOSS Workshop at Geo. North Draft agenda for August 20 th, afternoon 13: 00 GEOSS Workshop at Geo. North Draft agenda for August 20 th, afternoon 13: 00 Session Overview - George Percivall 13: 10 Open Standards for GEOSS Interoperability - Doug Nebert 13: 40 GEO Web Portal Candidate - Robert Thomas 14: 10 Overview of biodiversity demonstrations - Geo. Connections 14: 25 Biodiversity Demonstrations Robert Thomas, Compusult; Greg Yetman, CIESIN; Roman Gerlach (for Stefano Nativi, IMAA - CNR) 15: 20 Closing Discussion and wrap-up George Percivall Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

Presentation by D. Nebert Open Standards for GEOSS Interoperability • • GEOSS Concept Requirements Presentation by D. Nebert Open Standards for GEOSS Interoperability • • GEOSS Concept Requirements on GEOSS Contributed Systems Open Standards for Geospatial Interoperability OGC Web Services Standards meet GEOSS Architecture Requirements Major OGC Specifications for GEOSS Market Implementation AI Pilot: Portal, Clearinghouse, scenarios What to watch for in the demos Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

 Demonstration/presentation by Robert Thomas Geo. Web Portal Candidate Presentation • Committed to Standards Demonstration/presentation by Robert Thomas Geo. Web Portal Candidate Presentation • Committed to Standards • Our Vision of the Geo. Web Portal • The Compusult WES Geo. Web Portal A suite of applications providing a real-time, web-based, geospatially enabled portal to provide centralized interoperability, discovery, collaboration, sharing, access and management over highly disparate information. • How WES is Currently Used – Selected Organizations using Web Enterprise Suite • WES Geo. Web Portal Architecture Overview • WES supports the following standards: • WES Platform Independence – WES X software components have been designed and implemented to operate across multiple platforms. Operating Systems currently supported: • WES: The Total Geospatial Portal Solution • Geo. Web Portlets included in WES – Discovery, Discovery agents, Viewer, Publisher, Administration, Colaboration, Other • Benefits of a WES Geo. Web Portal Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

Demonstration overview • 1 st role - need for study - development in a Demonstration overview • 1 st role - need for study - development in a region – initial problem scoping with focus on discovery of data sets, establish AOI and saving as context – Could start with news story report using geo. RSS (Robert) – Sends context document to analyst/researchers • 2 nd role: relation of development to caribou – accepting context document, adding additional data and layers to help evaluate problem statement. – something like how might caribou migrations be affected by changes in permafrost, roads, etc. – be sure to include polar projections • 3 rd role: butterfly biodiversity – Existing demo from INAA-CNR Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

Part 1 - problem statement (Doug e-mail) • 1. Where is the highest potential Part 1 - problem statement (Doug e-mail) • 1. Where is the highest potential for oil-gas development in areas that are not currently developed? Show energy geologic provinces of potential. Show existing oil-gas development. Show existing leases. Show land status (protected lands, open lands, etc). • 2. Identify areas that could be economically accessed as extensions to existing infrastructure (pipelines, roads) that are not protected lands. • 3. Identify caribou migration patterns and discern any potential conflicts of territory. • 4. Identify snow cover, surface temperature, and vegetation patterns relative to the migration of the caribou. Are there cause-effect patterns or pressures on the migration? Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

Scenario Ideas - Robert • 1) possible oil pipeline may cross Caribou migration routes. Scenario Ideas - Robert • 1) possible oil pipeline may cross Caribou migration routes. Prompts investigation into the effects on Caribou migration from Energy Exploration/Development in combination with Climate change Issues. A totally fictional (geo)RSS feed • 2) Robert contacts Greg because I knew he had some new pipeline data from the start of the environmental assessment. – Greg: You would have to mock-up some pipeline data going from the east end of Great Slave Lake to the Beaufort Sea. – Greg could save this as a context and send it back to me. • 3) We would perform additional discovery of the Caribou migration layers, ice extents, vegetation etc. These layers could be then added to Google Earth (GE) as the analysis client (at this point our client and map server doesn't support the Polar Projection). Basically, we could show the different seasonally migration and ice extents, plus any other relevant layers, in switch able layers on GE. • 4) Scientific Analysis: Now it gets into the scientific analysis and I would be way out of my depth to suggest anything here. • 5) Conclusions: Building a pipe line when combined with climate change creates a risk to Carbou calving areas? ? ? ? Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

2. Research oriented scenario ideas - Terry • we need to broaden our approach 2. Research oriented scenario ideas - Terry • we need to broaden our approach in this scenario. – Most of the biodiversity issues have very subtle long term cause/effect relationships that require examination of data from many sources and interpretation by applications experts. • storyline in this scenario could be that we put the tools in the hands of the applications experts to bring together many disparate datasets (including time series') – We may not know if there is a correlation of significance between datasets but our tools allow the applications experts to study these data in ways that have not been possible in the past. • The sea ice is a case in point. While the correlation between sea ice and caribou migration is not obvious, the caribou calving grounds are very close to the sea coast. Maybe there is a connection here? Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

INFORMATION GÉORÉFÉRENCÉE EN LIGNE LOCATION-BASED INFORMATION ONLINE Overview of biodiversity demonstrations - INFORMATION GÉORÉFÉRENCÉE EN LIGNE LOCATION-BASED INFORMATION ONLINE Overview of biodiversity demonstrations -

See last weeks telecon for the full set of slides from Terry http: //portal. See last weeks telecon for the full set of slides from Terry http: //portal. opengeospatial. org/files/? artifact_id=23122 Response from subject matter expert to the scenario in this presentation: Good stuff. Is there a way to change the projection so that the North is not so distorted. . . changing projection will greatly help grab the northern audience. . . Cheers Dr Suzanne Carrière Ecosystem Management Biologist Environment and Natural Resources Government of the Northwest Territories

Overview • Description of Caribou Migration Data • Complementary Data Layers • Overview of Overview • Description of Caribou Migration Data • Complementary Data Layers • Overview of Migration for all Herds • All Herds for each season with seasonal snow extent • Caribou Herd Migration Animation

Caribou Seasons Dec 1 – Mar 31 - Early, Mid Winter Apr 1 – Caribou Seasons Dec 1 – Mar 31 - Early, Mid Winter Apr 1 – May 31 - Spring, Spring Migration & Pre-Calving June 1 - 10 - Calving June 11 -30 - Post Calving and Movement July 1 -15 - Early Summer July 16 - Aug 7 - Mid Summer Aug 8 -Oct 7 - Late Summer and Fall Migration Oct 8 – Nov 30 - Rut and Late Fall

Overview of Migration for all Herds Overview of Migration for all Herds

GEOS Demo Wiring Diagram: Biodiversity in the Arctic WMS Caribou Tracks NSIDC Clients Compusult GEOS Demo Wiring Diagram: Biodiversity in the Arctic WMS Caribou Tracks NSIDC Clients Compusult CIESIN WMS Polar IMAA-CNR Canadian topo (layers) WMS NRCan (layers) WMS Geo. Connections DRAFT Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

Robert Thomas Demo Compusult screen capture #1 Helping the World to Communicate Geographically Robert Thomas Demo Compusult screen capture #1 Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

Robert Thomas Demo Compusult screen capture #2 Helping the World to Communicate Geographically Robert Thomas Demo Compusult screen capture #2 Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

Robert Thomas Demo Compusult screen capture #3 Helping the World to Communicate Geographically Robert Thomas Demo Compusult screen capture #3 Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

 Demonstration/presentation by Greg Yetman Data Discovery • GEOSS Catalog would be ideal – Demonstration/presentation by Greg Yetman Data Discovery • GEOSS Catalog would be ideal – DADDI metadata catalog (data, not services) – Earth-Sun Gateway Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

 Demonstration/presentation by Greg Yetman Data Exploration • SEDAC Map Client (presently Geographic, next Demonstration/presentation by Greg Yetman Data Exploration • SEDAC Map Client (presently Geographic, next week a version in a polar projection should be available) – http: //sedac. ciesin. columbia. edu/mapviewer/ • WMS & WFS Support • Can save and share WMC docs • Most content off-topic (Atlas of the cryosphere permafrost data shown at left) Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

 Demonstration/presentation by Greg Yetman Data Sources Cryosphere Atlas has a number of interesting Demonstration/presentation by Greg Yetman Data Sources Cryosphere Atlas has a number of interesting layers Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

Biodiversity and Climate Change Resource Interoperability for the GEOSS Interoperability Process Pilot Project Stefano Biodiversity and Climate Change Resource Interoperability for the GEOSS Interoperability Process Pilot Project Stefano Nativi [email protected] cnr. it

Biodiversity and Climate Change Resource Interoperability - Nativi • For the full presentation of Biodiversity and Climate Change Resource Interoperability - Nativi • For the full presentation of IMAA-CNR GBIF IP 3 for Yellowknife: – http: //portal. opengeospatial. org/files/? artifact_i d=23171 [email protected] cnr. it

GBIF IP 3 Working Group • GBIF Secretariat – Éamonn O Tuama, Tim Robertson, GBIF IP 3 Working Group • GBIF Secretariat – Éamonn O Tuama, Tim Robertson, Dave Martin, Donald Hobern • IEEE & University of Colorado – Siri Jodha Khalsa • Italian National Research Council (CNR-IMAA) & Univ. of Florence – Stefano Nativi, Paolo Mazzetti, Lorenzo Bigagli, Enrico Boldrini, Valerio Angelini, Ugo Mattia • University of Ottawa – Jeremy Kerr • University of Helsinki – Hannu Saarenmaa • University of Tokyo – Motomi Ito • WMO – David Thomas [email protected] cnr. it

Adopted solutions 1. Write a formal and expanded use scenario 2. Use GBIF portal Adopted solutions 1. Write a formal and expanded use scenario 2. Use GBIF portal web services to access and retrieve the biodiversity data 3. Access and retrieve NCAR Climate Change data via OGC WCS 4. Interoperability with GBIF and Climate registries using GI-go/GI-cat federated catalog and Mediation Server (mapping to the ISO 19115 core metadata) 5. Use the Open Modeller ENM framework through its SOAP functionalities 6. Put together an AJAX based demonstrator user interface [email protected] cnr. it

1. Write a formal and expanded use scenario • Modeling the impact of climate 1. Write a formal and expanded use scenario • Modeling the impact of climate change on the distribution of the butterflies of Canada and Alaska – Scientific name = amblyscirtes vialis – Species taxonomy: • Animalia ->arthropoda ->insecta ->lepidoptera ->hesperiidae ->amblyscirtes vialis [email protected] cnr. it

4. Interoperability with GBIF and climatological registries • Unique and consistent interface for resource 4. Interoperability with GBIF and climatological registries • Unique and consistent interface for resource discovery and query • Mediation to a unique Metadata Model: ISO 19115 core profile Ecological Niche Model Server Discovery Download GI-cat/GI-go GBIF Registry [email protected] cnr. it In-situ Biodiversity Records WCS Registry Climatological and Environmental Data

GEOSS Workshop, 19 -20 August, Geo. North • • • June - Call for GEOSS Workshop, 19 -20 August, Geo. North • • • June - Call for GWS participants June - Develop societal benefit area scenario June - Confirm Internet capabilities at workshop site June - Identify scenario specific data sources July - Components available on-line July - Client server testing Aug - Demo scenario testing and Client Capture Aug 19 - On-site testing Aug 20 - Workshop demos Aug - posting results to OGC Network Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

Additional info for Geo. North Additional info for Geo. North

caribou migration data is available on a WMS. • Polar scenario demo at the caribou migration data is available on a WMS. • Polar scenario demo at the IPY conference in Yellowknife. Here is some info about the data: The caribou migration data is available on a WMS. The Get. Capabilities can be found at • http: //www. cubewerx. com/demo/cubeserv. cgi? config=polar_scenario&service=WMS&version=1. 3. 0&request=Get. Capabilities • Here is a URL that describes the data. http: //www. taiga. net/satellite/data 2006. html • Here is the URL to a Cube. Werx client for this WMS: http: //www. cubewerx. com/demo/cubexplor. cgi? config=polar_scenario • Here is a neat animation of the caribou migration data: caribou. Migrationstransverse. Mercator. avi • Here are some scenarios suggested by one of the science people. 1. Movement of caribou in spring and timing of greeness 2. Calving area use and greeness 3. CAR Movement and timing and location of snow or ice on lakes 4. CAR Movement and location of winter road, mines 5. Paterns in wintering areas and fire zones (show red on sat images) etc Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

Data servers - Dougs • Turns out that the NWT also has some more Data servers - Dougs • Turns out that the NWT also has some more detailed geologic data in a map viewer but it's not clear that map services are exposed. Should know more tomorrow. They *do* have good metadata on the data set (not the service) that is accessible through the Discovery Portal. Things are coming together. . . - Doug Nebert • The Yukon also has an available map viewer and WMS, although I do not know if this covers your area of interest. . . - Doug O’Brien Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

Data servers • Terry: The capabilities for the National Atlas WMS is: – http: Data servers • Terry: The capabilities for the National Atlas WMS is: – http: //atlas. gc. ca/cgi-bin/atlaswms_en? VERSION=1. 1. 0&request=Get. Capabilities • Many of the OGC services available in Canada in the Geo. Connections Discovery Portal, under the Search Services Link – http: //geodiscover. cgdi. ca/gdp/search? action=search. Form&entry. Type=service • Costas: The link to WMS for Canadian topographic data is: – http: //wms. ctis. nrcan. gc. ca/wms/en/index. html – You will have to register to get the address of the service, it is free. The available digital topographic data are vector layers, DEM layer, ortho Landsat 7 layer, raster maps. Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

GEOSS Workshop at Geo. North • Data sources for Demos – Use both Polar GEOSS Workshop at Geo. North • Data sources for Demos – Use both Polar and Cylindrical projections. • (Comment on telecon that we may not want to use EPSG: 32661 - polar stereographic projection centered at the north pole - to be clarified) – (Need caribou data on WMS - maybe with CARMA group? ) – NSIDC Atlas of the Cryosphere - John Maurer ([email protected] org) • http: //nsidc. org/data/atlas/ogc_services. html#Get. Capabilities – WMS from Geoconnections • http: //geodiscover. cgdi. ca/gdp/search? action=search. Form&entry. Type=service – Atlas of Canada - WMS with base layers (road, boundaries, hydrography, populated places, etc. ) for its 7. 5 Million framework data set. • http: //atlas. gc. ca/cgi-bin/atlaswms_en? VERSION=1. 1. 1&request=Getcapabilities&service=wms • Additional Data sources and clients to be identified in conjunction with AI Pilot Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

WMS for Canadian topographic data • The link to WMS for Canadian topographic data WMS for Canadian topographic data • The link to WMS for Canadian topographic data in the North is • http: //wms. ctis. nrcan. gc. ca/wms/en/index. html • You will have to register to get the address of the service, it is free. • The available digital topographic data are vector layers, DEM layer, ortho Landsat 7 layer, raster maps, etc. • I hope these data may be of help in supporting the scenarios for the GEOSS workshop in Yellowknife. Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

GEOSS Workshop/Demo - Africa. GIS “Earth Observation to benefit Water and Health” Burkina Faso, GEOSS Workshop/Demo - Africa. GIS “Earth Observation to benefit Water and Health” Burkina Faso, Saturday/Sunday September 15/16

GEOSS Workshop at Africa. GIS 2007 • http: //www. africagis 2007. gov. bf/ • GEOSS Workshop at Africa. GIS 2007 • http: //www. africagis 2007. gov. bf/ • forum for discussing the development and operational issues of an advanced global information system for supporting national, regional and global decisions impacting society. • Specific emphasis will be on the use of earth observation for management of water and health in Africa. • http: //www. grss-ieee. org/ and go to GEOSS and then workshops at the top of the home page. • Currently do not have a volunteer to lead this demo. Will be pursuing past demos that are recorded and are relevant to theme of the workshop - 70070810 Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

GEOSS Workshop, Africa. GIS 2007 • • • July - Call for GWS participants GEOSS Workshop, Africa. GIS 2007 • • • July - Call for GWS participants July - Develop societal benefit area scenario July - Confirm Internet capabilities at workshop site July - Identify scenario specific data sources Aug - Components available on-line Aug - Client server testing Aug - Demo scenario testing and Client Capture Sept 14 - On-site testing Sept 15 -16 - Workshop Sept - posting results to OGC Network Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

GEOSS Workshop/Demo - OGC TC “Regional Decisions for Climate Change ” Boulder, Friday/Saturday, Sept GEOSS Workshop/Demo - OGC TC “Regional Decisions for Climate Change ” Boulder, Friday/Saturday, Sept 21/22

GEOSS Workshop at OGC TC, Sept 2007 • http: //www. opengeospatial. org/event/070921 workshop • GEOSS Workshop at OGC TC, Sept 2007 • http: //www. opengeospatial. org/event/070921 workshop • How the GEOSS Architecture supports citizens and policy makers in making decisions based upon regional predictions of climate change – Recognizing that the science to predict regional changes in climate is still advancing, – Address interoperability arrangements for decision support tools and predictive models used around the globe to support policy and management decisions. Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

Regional Climate Demonstrations • IPCC Data Distribution Centres – Andrew Wolff – Bob Chen Regional Climate Demonstrations • IPCC Data Distribution Centres – Andrew Wolff – Bob Chen • IP 3 Scenario on Biodiversity and Ecosystems – focus the demonstration on the effects of regional climate change. – working on valuable datasets and expertise for this point (i. e. regional climate change) – Stefano Nativi Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

CIESIN data sets via WMS and WFS • project and data are described here: CIESIN data sets via WMS and WFS • project and data are described here: – http: //www. ciesin. columbia. edu/data/climate/ • The Get. Capabilities URLs for the services are: – http: //sedac. ciesin. columbia. edu/mapserver/wfs/CLIMATE_VULNERABILITY? &Service=WFS&Request=Get. Capabilities – http: //sedac. ciesin. columbia. edu/mapserver/wfs/CLIMATE_VULNERABILITY? &Service=WMS&Request=Get. Capabilities&Version=1. 1. 1 • You can view them in our client here: – http: //sedac. ciesin. columbia. edu/mapviewer/index. jsp? cntx=Climate. xml Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

CIESIN IPCC data services • see it in CIESIN client at: – http: //sedac. CIESIN IPCC data services • see it in CIESIN client at: – http: //sedac. ciesin. columbia. edu/mapviewer/index. jsp? cntx=Climate. xml&c_box=180, 180. 02083333362134, -76. 5260416666815, 103. 48437500012918 • via WFS at: – http: //sedac. ciesin. columbia. edu/mapserver/wfs/CLIMATE_VULNERABILITY? Reque st=Get. Capabilities • via WMS at: – http: //sedac. ciesin. columbia. edu/mapserver/wfs/CLIMATE_VULNERABILITY? Reque st=Get. Capabilities&Service=WMS&Version=1. 1. 1 Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

Regional Climate Demo and AI Pilot • Architecture Implementation Pilot – GEOSS, Fed. EO Regional Climate Demo and AI Pilot • Architecture Implementation Pilot – GEOSS, Fed. EO and Tri-Lateral – Conducted using OGC procedures • Regional Climate Demo is one of the Scenarios for AI Pilot • More information about AI Pilot – Call for Participation: 35 responses, 105 organizations – Kickoff Meeting 5&6 June at ESA/ESRIN – Demostration at EO Ministerial Summit, November 2007 – http: //www. ogcnetwork. net/AIpilot • Regional Climate WG mailing list: – [email protected] org Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

GEOSS Workshop, OGC TC Sept 2007 • • • July - Call for GWS GEOSS Workshop, OGC TC Sept 2007 • • • July - Call for GWS participants July - Develop societal benefit area scenario July - Confirm Internet capabilities at workshop site July - Identify scenario specific data sources Aug - Components available on-line Aug - Client server testing Aug - Demo scenario testing and Client Capture Sept 20 - On-site testing Sept 21 -22 - Workshop Sept - posting results to OGC Network Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

GEOSS Workshop/Demo - ACRS “Environment Disaster/Tsunami” Nov 14, 2007 - Kuala Lumpur, MY Dr. GEOSS Workshop/Demo - ACRS “Environment Disaster/Tsunami” Nov 14, 2007 - Kuala Lumpur, MY Dr. Shailesh Nayak, INCOIS

GEOSS Workshop at ACRS 2007 • Asian Conference on Remote Sensing - ACRS 2007 GEOSS Workshop at ACRS 2007 • Asian Conference on Remote Sensing - ACRS 2007 – 12 -16 November 2007 – Putra World Trade Center (PWTC), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – http: //www. macres. gov. my/acrs 2007/ • OGC demonstration leadership – Dr. Shailesh Nayak, INCOIS – Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services – http: //www. incois. gov. in Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

GEOSS Workshop Demo Schedule, ACRS 2007 • • • Aug - Call for participants GEOSS Workshop Demo Schedule, ACRS 2007 • • • Aug - Call for participants Sept - Develop societal benefit area scenario Sept - Confirm Internet capabilities at workshop site Sept - Identify scenario specific data sources Oct - Components available on-line Oct - Client server testing Oct - Demo scenario testing and Client Capture Nov 13 - On-site testing Nov 14 - Workshop Nov - posting results to OGC Network Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

GWS Telecon - Any Other Business • Next telecon - confirmed during the telecon: GWS Telecon - Any Other Business • Next telecon - confirmed during the telecon: – Thursday, 16 August 2007 – UTC 1400 - 10: 00 am EDT – http: //www. timeanddate. com/worldclock/fixedtime. html? month=8&day=16&year=2007&hour=14&min=0&sec=0&p 1=0 • GWS e-mail listserv additions? – Changed listserv name from GSN to GWS • Any other business Helping the World to Communicate Geographically

GEOSS Demos Lessons Learned • Application-specific demos are a great way to engage with GEOSS Demos Lessons Learned • Application-specific demos are a great way to engage with user communities that would not necessarily look to OGC standards. • Emphasize message about using distributed components with open standards vs. standalone application • Tremendous enthusiasm and commitment of agencies and research groups to collaborate • Demo provides a fast-track to skills development and knowledge transfer. • Live demo is compelling but dependent upon communications networks that may not be reliable at workshops • Live demo should be accompanied by a pre-recorded demo • Presentation of the demo works best with two projectors: one for the client application, the other for a powerpoint presentation explanation • Start early to get satellite data • Desirable to involve participants from the local region • Keep it simple, focus on the magic of interoperability • GEOSS Demos are persistent using OGC Network – http: //www. ogcnetwork. net/GEOSSdemos Helping the World to Communicate Geographically