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2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
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2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
2007-10-16 HTAP Juelich
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  • My name is Rudy Husar from Washington University. This is a report on the HTAP Data Network with illustrative applications to NOx analysis. The collaborators on this work represent the initial nodes of the emerging HTAP Data Network: Stefan Felke of Northrop Grumman Corp and WashU, Greg Leptoukh of NASA Goddard and Martin Schultz form the Forschungszentrum Juelich.
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    • 1. HTAP Data Network: TF HTAP Workshop Forshungszentrum Juelich, Oct 17-19, 2007, Juelich, Germay Application Examples for NOx Analysis Collaborators: Rudolf Husar , Washington U. St. Louis Stefan Falke , Northrop, Wash U. Greg Leptoukh , NASA, Goddard Martin Schultz , FZJ, Juelich
    • 2. 2007 HTAP Interim Report
      • Models, observations, emissions have been assessed
      Model Outputs Observations Emissions Emission Integration Emission comparisons, reconciliation Model Comparisons Model-model comparison, ensemble, Data Integration Data homogenization and integration
    • 3. 2009 HTAP Assessment
      • Seek the reconciliation of models, observations, emissions
      Model Outputs Observations Emissions Emission Integration Emission comparisons, reconciliation Model Comparisons Model-model comparison, ensemble, Data Integration Data homogenization and integration
    • 4. 2009 HTAP Assessment
      • Reconciliation is through the interaction of domain experts
      • Can benefit from a network for the seamless flow of data/info
      Model Outputs Observations Emissions Emission Integration Emission comparisons, reconciliation Model Comparisons Model-model comparison, ensemble, Data Integration Data homogenization and integration Inverse Modeling Emissions retrieval from observations; Model Evaluation Data Assimilation Performance testing, improved formulation Forward Modeling Process-based simulation; source-receptor relationship
    • 5. 2009 HTAP Assessment Model Outputs Observations Emissions Emission Integration Emission comparisons, reconciliation Model Comparisons Model-model comparison, ensemble, Data Integration Data homogenization and integration Inverse Modeling Emissions retrieval from observations; Model Evaluation Data Assimilation Performance testing, improved formulation Forward Modeling Process-based simulation; source-receptor relationship
      • The goal of HTAP Network:
      • Connect the data nodes
      • Enable with shared tools
    • 6. Initial HTAP Data Flow Network Loosely Coupled Data Network of Autonomous Nodes OGC WCS Data Access Protocol
    • 7. Application of OGC WCS Data Access Protocol
      • Regardless of the data location, data type and format,
      • the parameter-space-time query is the same
      • the return is in user selectable format from the offerings
      Coverage=THEEDDS.T& BBOX=-126,24,-65,52,0,0 &TIME=2002-07-07/2002-07-07&FORMAT=NetCDF Coverage=SEAW.Refl& BBOX=-126,24,-65,52,0,0 &TIME=2002-07-07/2002-07-07&FORMAT=GeoTIFF Coverage=SURF.Bext& BBOX=-126,24,-65,52,0,0 &TIME=2002-07-07/2002-07-07&FORMAT=NetCDF-table Grid Image Station Data Parameter Bounding Box Time Range Out Format
    • 8. Example Data Flow: Juelich-DataFed ftp DataFed Space-Time-Param Cube Juelich HTAP Server NEISGEI Server Web Coverage Service IronPython Cubing Code netCDF netCDF csv DataFed Space-Time-Param Cube Juelich HTAP Server/Client Web Coverage Service Web Coverage Service Next: Now: Next: Standards-based connection to AeroCom, NILU, ….
    • 9. Juelich Model Data on DataFed Browser http:// webapps.datafed.net/datafed.aspx?dataset_abbr =HTAP_MOZARTTGFDL-v2 Web Service Flow Program WMS, WCS OGC Services
    • 10. Analysis Services takes two grids as input, conducts a mathematical operation using their values, and creates a single grid output Grid Operator Service
    • 11. S. Falke: Web Application (“Mashup”) S. Falke: http:// niceguy.wustl.edu/NEISGEI/HTAPComp /
    • 12. NOx Data on the Network Emission Aerosol Nitrate Ozone Precipitation Nitrate Emission
    • 13. Tropospheric OMI NO2 Average Model Obs. Emiss.
    • 14. OMI NO2 – Mobil Emissions Model Obs. Emiss.
    • 15. Tropospheric OMI NO2 Average Model Obs. Emiss.
    • 16. OMI NO2 – Point Emissions Model Obs. Emiss.
    • 17. Single Point Sources Power Plants Model Obs. Emiss.
    • 18. Single Point Sources Model Obs. Emiss.
    • 19. Georgia Sweetwater Fire Sweat Water fire in S. Georgia (May 2007) Model Obs. Emiss.
    • 20. Georgia Sweetwater Fire Sweat Water fire in S. Georgia (May 2007) Model Obs. Emiss.
    • 21. Friday/Sunday Ratio Biomass Burning Sunday Smoke Model Obs. Emiss.
    • 22. OMI/NEI Emission Ratios
      • Ohio River OMI/Emiss = 1
      • Northeast OMI/Emiss = 1.4
      US NEI NOx Emission OMI Tropo NO2 Model Obs. Emiss.
    • 23. Total, Tropospheric Upper Total Column NO2 Stratospheric NO2 Tropo NO2 ???? Model Obs. Emiss.
    • 24. Model Surface NO2 OMI NO2 Model Obs. Emiss.
    • 25. Model Surface Obs. Seasonal Weekly Secular Diurnal Model Obs. Emiss.
    • 26. Thank You Models Observations Emissions Looking forward networking with you

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