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Ensuring the Climate Record from the NPP and NPOESS Meteorological Satellites B Workshop Agenda and Participants Workshop on Climate Data Processing and Archive Strategy for NPP and NPOESS February 7-8, 2000, Washington, D.C. AGENDA Monday, February 7, 2000 8:30 a.m. I. Introduction: Goals of Workshop, Ground Rules—Mark Abbott 8:45 a.m. II. Welcome, Opening Remarks from Senior Agency Officials NOAA—Tom Karl NASA—Mike Luther IPO—Capt. Craig Nelson 9:00 a.m. III. NPOESS Data System Plans and Requirements—Reggie Lawrence Focus on operational requirements as well as the kind of requirements/goals IPO has to ensure so that new instrument data streams will able to achieve climate research quality 9:30 a.m. IV. NESDIS/NASA Plans—Tom Karl/Martha Maiden Ongoing planning for future Climate Data and Services archive program housed at NOAA NESDIS: Long- term archiving, reprocessing, costs NASA: Post-EOSDIS, linkage with NOAA, support for analysis/reprocessing 10:00 a.m. Break 10:30 a.m. V. NPP Present Plans-Pathfinder for NPOESS?—Dan DeVito Toward a joint NASA/NPOESS/NOAA plan Mission System Overview—Dan DeVito Science Cal/Val—Bob Murphy Interface Data Processor Segment in the NPP Era for Risk Reduction—Reggie Lawrence Science Data Segment for NPP—Joy Henegar
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In Situ Terminal and Processing for NPP—Pat Coronado Archive and Distribution Segment for NPP—Mike Crowe 12:00 noon Lunch 1:00 p.m. VI. Theoretical and Empirical Approaches to Data Center User Access Modeling—Bruce Barkstrom, LARC/NASA 1:30 p.m. VII. CES Data System Chapter, Summary of Issues—Frank Wentz/David Sandwell 2:00 p.m. VIII. Charge to Working Groups What investments can be made in the short-term to build a climate research data system? Some specific issues could include the following: EOS data will soon be flowing, and can use those data will be used as a prototype for developing the technologies and actual architectural elements of the long-term archive climate data and products. Are there priorities or suggestions on what would be the most useful place to start? In what interactions would the community be willing to participate? For example, scenarios such as a subset of MODIS products end-to-end flowing from NASA GSFC to NOAA NCDC across a big pipe, testing data compression forms, and data access patterns. Workshop discussions could focus on a particular DAAC/NOAA data center interaction across a range of products, instruments, data centers. What are the priorities for which data sets we should focus on for reprocessing? What are the critical science plans that would determine how often we should reprocess? How do we begin to get a long time series across precursor —POES/GOES-EOS-NPP-NPOESS or get a better handle on the problems? 5:00 p.m. Recess Tuesday, February 8, 2000 8:30 a.m. Plenary Session 9:00 a.m. Breakout Groups 12:00 noon Lunch 1:00 p.m. Breakout Groups 3:00 p.m. Plenary Session
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5:00 p.m. Adjourn Agenda Revised 2/4/2000 PARTICIPANTS Committee on Earth Studies: Mark R. Abbott, Oregon State University, Chair John R. Christy, University of Alabama, Huntsville Catherine Gautier, University of California, Santa Barbara (unable to attend) Christopher O. Justice, University of Virginia Ralph F. Milliff, National Center for Atmospheric Research Scott Pace, RAND Dallas L. Peck, U.S. Geological Survey (retired) Michael J. Prather, University of California, Irvine R. Keith Raney, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (unable to attend) David T. Sandwell, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Lawrence C. Scholz, West Orange, New Jersey Carl F. Schueler, Raytheon Santa Barbara Remote Sensing Graeme L. Stephens, Colorado State University (unable to attend) Fawwaz T. Ulaby, University of Michigan (unable to attend) Susan L. Ustin, University of California, Davis (unable to attend) Frank J. Wentz, Remote Sensing Systems Edward F. Zalewski, University of Arizona Guest Participants: Bruce Barkstrom, NASA LARC Tony Busalacchi, NASA GSFC Peter Cornillon, University of Rhode Island Mike Crowe, NOAA NCDC Dan DeVito, NASA GSFC Jim Dodge, NASA HQ. Vicki Elsbernd, HQ NASA Dave Emmitt, Simpson Weather Associates, Inc. Bob Evans, University of Miami Wayne Faas, NOAA NCDC Capt. Dennis Feerick, NOAA IPO Sylvia Graff, NOAA NESDIS Sara Graves, University of Alabama-Huntsville Joy Henegar, NASA GSFC Tom Karl, NOAA NCDC Kathie Kelly, University of Washington Steve Kempler, NASA GSFC Herb Kroehl, NOAA NGDC Reggie Lawrence, NOAA IPO Mike Luther, NASA HQ Martha Maiden, NASA HQ Stephen Mango, NOAA IPO
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Gail McConaughy, NASA GSFC Richard McGinnis, NASA LARC Frank Muller-Karger, University of South Florida Bob Murphy, NASA GSFC Capt. Craig Nelson, NOAA IPO Joyce Penner, University of Michigan Rama Ramapriyan, NASA GSFC Steve Running, University of Montana Linda Statler, NOAA NCDC Ray Taylor, NASA GSFC David Vercelli, NOAA NESDIS Greg Williams, NASA HQ National Research Council Staff: Joseph K. Alexander, Space Studies Board Ina B. Alterman, Space Studies Board Arthur A.Charo, Space Studies Board Elbert (Joe) Friday, Jr. Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate