GEO activities on    - Disaster Risk Reduction    - GEO Web Portal                       Giovanni Rum, GEO Secretariat© GE...
GEOSS conceptual                     architecture© GEO   UN-SPIDER Workshop 29-31   2
GEOSS will serve                      9 Societal Benefit Areas1. Reduction and Prevention of Disasters2. Human Health and ...
DISASTERS       Reducing loss of life and property from       natural and human-induced disasters.GEO Activities focus on:...
Key issues addressed Implementation of a Multi-hazard/ Multi-  risk approach Warning, Response and Recovery are not  eno...
Virtual Constellations (1) The concept has been proposed by CEOS and it is  being developed as the GEOSS mechanism to  en...
Virtual Constellations (2) Each definition would serve as a guide to all  satellite developers and operators to define  a...
Disasters - GEO Workplan 07-                              09 Tasks Summary      DI-06-02     Seismographic Networks Improv...
Disasters - GEO Workplan 07-09                a cross-cutting approachObservations                   Prevention           ...
GEO Web Portal - Objectives1. Implement a one stop shop for User access   •    To all Earth observation data   •    To bes...
GEO Web Portal Notional Architecture© GEO   UN-SPIDER Workshop 29-31   11
GEO Web Portal and Clearinghouse       High level structure                    GEO Web Portal                     Clearing...
GEO Web Portal - First page draft layout                         A Portal to DATA                          and SERVICES   ...
GEO Web Portal - First page main links User Types      &User Scenarios                                              Capaci...
GEO Web Portal – Prototype DevelopmentTwo major activities are on going to develop a prototypethat will be available by th...
Pilot User scenarios                                                               NSIDC          Terminus retreat,       ...
GEONETCast: Global Coverage                      and easy accessDisseminate and provide easy access to space-based,air-bor...
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Presentation given by Giovanni Rum, GEO Secretariat during UN-SPIDER Workshop, UN Campus Bonn, Germany
30 October 2007

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  • The Framework Document was adopted in the Earth Observation Summit II and set out nine socio-economic benefit topics to be derived through Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS). The 9 topics are as follows; 1. Reduction and Prevention of Disasters 2. Human Health 3. Energy Management 4. Climate Change 5. Water Management 6. Weather Forecasting 7. Ecosystem 8. Agriculture 9. Biodiversity
  • Visualization of the full world-wide historical tsunami catalog. 2180 tsunamigenic sources are shown for the period from 1628 BC (Santorini eruption) to present time. Size is circles is proportional to the event magnitude (for tectonic tsunamis), color represent the tsunami intensity on the Soloviev-Imamura scale. Most of tsunamis are generated along subduction zones and the major plate boundaries in the Pacific, the Atlantic and the Mediterranean regions. Very few historical events occurred in the deep ocean and central parts of the marginal seas, except several cases of small tsunamis originated along the middle-ocean ridges and some major transform faults. Tsunami-like phenomena happen also in lakes, large man-made water reservoirs and big rivers.
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    1. 1. GEO activities on - Disaster Risk Reduction - GEO Web Portal Giovanni Rum, GEO Secretariat© GEO UN-SPIDER Workshop 29-31 1
    2. 2. GEOSS conceptual architecture© GEO UN-SPIDER Workshop 29-31 2
    3. 3. GEOSS will serve 9 Societal Benefit Areas1. Reduction and Prevention of Disasters2. Human Health and Epidemiology3. Energy Management4. Climate Change5. Water Management6. Weather Forecasting7. Ecosystems8. Agriculture9. Biodiversity © GEO UN-SPIDER Workshop 29-31 3
    4. 4. DISASTERS Reducing loss of life and property from natural and human-induced disasters.GEO Activities focus on:• Providing basic Geographic Products• Ensure provision of timely and accurate information• Ensure development of predictive models and decision support systems• Filling technical and organizational gaps, as well as continuity issues Towards a multi-hazard, multi-risk approach © GEO UN-SPIDER Workshop 29-31 4
    5. 5. Key issues addressed Implementation of a Multi-hazard/ Multi- risk approach Warning, Response and Recovery are not enough, need to address all phases of the Risk Management Risk Assessment and Management provisions are an integral part of Sustainable Development planning and implementation© GEO UN-SPIDER Workshop 29-31 5
    6. 6. Virtual Constellations (1) The concept has been proposed by CEOS and it is being developed as the GEOSS mechanism to ensure coordination among space observing systems for the benefit of the Users within all the Societal Benefit Areas; The basic idea for the establishment of the Virtual Constellations is to extract from the reference user communities a clear and common statement of requirements, as the basis for satellite developers and operators to individually and collectively define a series of ‘virtual satellite constellations’ to satisfy these requirements; © GEO UN-SPIDER Workshop 29-31 6
    7. 7. Virtual Constellations (2) Each definition would serve as a guide to all satellite developers and operators to define and implement development and operation features of the space and ground segments for their mission, which would best satisfy the needs of the reference users; The concept will be exploited to ensure coordination among mission already operational, as well as to properly design future missions.© GEO UN-SPIDER Workshop 29-31 7
    8. 8. Disasters - GEO Workplan 07- 09 Tasks Summary DI-06-02 Seismographic Networks Improvement and Coordination DI-06-03 Integration of InSAR Technology DI-06-04 Implementation of a Tsunami Early Warning System at Global Level DI-06-07 Multi-hazard Zonation and Maps DI-06-08 Multi-hazard Approach Definition and Progressive Implementation DI-06-09 Use of Satellites for Risk Management DI-06-13 Implementation of a Fire Warning System at Global Level DI-07-01 Risk Management for FloodsSpace Observations are : Key element contribution absent © GEO UN-SPIDER Workshop 29-31 8
    9. 9. Disasters - GEO Workplan 07-09 a cross-cutting approachObservations Prevention Prediction Processing Crisis response Prevention Prediction Crisis Information ResponseDissemination Observations Processing© GEO UN-SPIDER Workshop 29-31 9
    10. 10. GEO Web Portal - Objectives1. Implement a one stop shop for User access • To all Earth observation data • To best practices, on going programs and projects, available services and Communities of Practice fora in each of the nine GEO Societal Benefit Areas.2. Ensure coordination of registered GEOSS Resources (Observation Systems, Databases and Data Access/Dissemination Services)© GEO UN-SPIDER Workshop 29-31 10
    11. 11. GEO Web Portal Notional Architecture© GEO UN-SPIDER Workshop 29-31 11
    12. 12. GEO Web Portal and Clearinghouse High level structure GEO Web Portal Clearinghouse Value Added Registries Catalogue Data Access Services … ESA NASA JRCCanada Japan© GEO UN-SPIDER Workshop 29-31 12
    13. 13. GEO Web Portal - First page draft layout A Portal to DATA and SERVICES Search by location Search by theme About Disaster GEO Health Energy Climate Water Weather Capacity Ecosystem Building Agriculture Biodiversity Direct Search GEONETCast of Data & Services © GEO UN-SPIDER Workshop 29-31 13
    14. 14. GEO Web Portal - First page main links User Types &User Scenarios Capacity Building Info SiteData & Services through GEONETCastClearinghouse Information Site © GEO UN-SPIDER Workshop 29-31 14
    15. 15. GEO Web Portal – Prototype DevelopmentTwo major activities are on going to develop a prototypethat will be available by the GEO Ministerial Summit 2007. • Development of the prototype Web Portal and its initial links • Implementation of an initial Architecture, through the “Architecture Implementation Pilot”, that  is able to support and demonstrate the main functionalities, here included the support of different Users scenarios  uses existing systems and incorporates them as GEOSS components  develops recommendations for GEOSS interoperability arrangements © GEO UN-SPIDER Workshop 29-31 15
    16. 16. Pilot User scenarios NSIDC Terminus retreat, WGISS Test velocity Facility CEOP Seismic centers GBIF Events from Ice Sheet Disintegration Precip (TIGGE), Species stream gauge Scenario data (CUAHSI /USGS) IPCC model Fault data (NCAR) Lubrication Species WIS Scenario Exotic Response to event Climate Change catalog Precip Precip, soil Scenario (TIGGE), moisture (TIGGE) Event catalog Land Use Meningitis Early GEO Warning System NET FDSN Cast Landslide Risk Scenario Seismic Trigger© GEO UN-SPIDER Workshop 29-31 16
    17. 17. GEONETCast: Global Coverage and easy accessDisseminate and provide easy access to space-based,air-borne and in situ data, metadata and products toUsers from all Societal Benefit Areas. Contributors WMO EUMETSAT NOAA CMA, Others Global Coverage (Proposed) © GEO UN-SPIDER Workshop 29-31 17
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