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Data Management: Geo-informatics

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Data Management: Geo-informatics

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Data Management: Geo-informatics

  1. 1. a quick overview with spatial focus Chandrashekhar Biradar, PhD
  2. 2. Gender Health Youth & Capacity Dev. Address social inequities, greater roles and priorities Engaging and empowering young gen. by creating opportunities Changing diet patterns, nutrition and health $ Total 122.7m Startup 35.47m 156 Remote sensing missions in orbit Sensors potential in CRPs/IRPs, etc. 41% Drylands Earth‘s land area 2.5b Live in Drylands People 1) The West African Sahel and dry savannas , 2) East and Southern Africa , 3) North Africa and West Asia 4) Central Asia , and 5) South Asia. Regions Food Security Livelihoods Improved Ensuring increased Livestock 5 Depend on Drylands 1.5b Red. Vul. Sus. Int. A/Ss TAs A/Ss TAs Spatial enrichment and its role in food security, risk mitigation, & sustainability  Food production potential sources Agricultural Intensification Cropping Intensity Increase in Arable Land 72% 21% 7% >12 >6 are free Biodiversity Efficiency Productivity Role of Geospatial Science, Technology and Applications (GeSTA) in Agro-Ecosystems Integrated agro- ecosystems: innovative approaches and methods for sustainable agriculture, while safeguarding the environment Cooperative Research and Partnerships Specific mutual-interaction & synergies between plant and animal species and management practices Quantification of existing agricultural production systems Characterization of vulnerable areas for increasing resilience and assist in identifying mitigation pathways with biophysical, socioeconomic and stakeholder feedback as well as specific needs & constraints Mapping present, emerging & future land use /land cover dynamics, cropping patterns, forage, intensities, water use, pest & diseases, climate change & impacts Characteristics of agricultural and livestock production in small holder farming systems and rural livelihoods Delineation of potential, suitable areas for sustainable intensification, and diversification of ag. Innovation production systems Status & trends of existing production systems Assessment of present, emerging & future droughts, floods, pests & diseases, extreme events, infrastructure, migration Mapping the extent of existing & traditional practices, indigenous knowledge, diversity, potential areas for modern & improved, productive, profitable, and diversified dryland agriculture, & linkages to markets Assessing the impact of outcomes in Action Sites, post-project implementation, & M&E Measuring the impact at spatial scales, rate, magnitude, synergy among the systems, CRPs, cross-regional synthesis Geospatial commons , KM sharing, stakeholder feedback Farmers, stakeholders, policymakers, mobilization, & marketing Dryland Systems
  3. 3. Getting Started Where We Are Today Where We Want To Be Plan To The Future
  4. 4. Getting Started Where We Are Today Where We Want To Be Plan To The Future DATA GIS REMOTE SENSING GISU CODIS CDU COLLECT SHARE IMPACT ICARDA ICRAF CCAFS
  5. 5. Getting Started Where We Are Today Where We Want To Be Plan To The Future DATA GIS REMOTE SENSING GISU CODIS CDU COLLECT SHARE IMPACT ICARDA ICRAF CCAFS
  6. 6. Find/Gather External, Internal Original, Derived Regenerated, … Get Data Organized Use Data and Other Resources In Research Projects Find Internal Data and Information (Archive and Reuse) Display and Delivery Data and Knowledge to Projects and the Public Maintain (Upgrades and Documentation) Indiv. or Team Data Project Archive Build Metadata Data Processing Utilities Design and DSS Intranet Resources Data Life-Cycle Data (Management) Life Cycle Streamlining Adopted from USGS Time Bound
  7. 7. When we publish the paper, submit the publication to center or CRPs publication repository inline with annual appraisal process… Does authors can submit the data used for publishing that particular paper(s)? will this address? -authorship -citation -quality Getting data? incentive driven but what? what encourages them? icarda-gu1bss (internal data repository for BSS) icarda-gu1ddg-r (internal data repository for DDG-R)
  8. 8. Integrated System Approach across the scale/domains
  9. 9. Baseline- Characteriz- ation Innovative technologies and algorithms Integrated use in research and decision Comprehensive Advanced Basic Advanced Discipline Action/ Satellite Sites Data genesis in cross cutting themes Existing data and readily available resources Best Scenarios and Top Priorities Innovative tools Adoption/Adaptation Synergistic-workflow Scale IDO1 IDO2 IDO7 Outcomes in Target Areas Impact Pathway of Genesis
  10. 10. CRP Dryland System Flagships West African Sahel & Dry Savannas North Africa & West Asia East & Southern Africa Central Asia & the Caucasus South Asia Internal (institutional) level Data flow in the cross cutting themes
  11. 11. Database Global Regional National Local* G-name R-name N-name L-name 01-Primary 02-Derived 03-Vectors 04-Maps 05-Groundtruth 06-Staistical 07-Training Data Metadata Quickviews O-Open Access Access Level Metalinks R-Restricted* Data and Knowledge Gateways (Webapps) * open access –case by case and IPRRs Structure of Centralized Data Warehouse Open Access data: These are published, released to public domain as international public goods (IPGs), which has no objection from the creator(s) for redistribution of the data and its derived products. Anyone can access to these data while adhering to IPRs, ensuring proper credits, citations and acknowledgements to use of the data. Restricted data: These are under imposed of various restriction levels viz., individual scientist, within research group/programs/projects, within CRPDS, within CGIAR, etc based on the restriction imposed by the creator(s) and owner (s) and purchased (licensed). These data will be released to requested end users on case by case. For example, when user request data after looking the metadata (data about data, not actual data) on web applications and centralized knowledge warehouse, after reading its basic info decided to click on the getdata, system will send the request to creator, its creator who decides whether to approve ‘access’ or ‘deny’… CRPDS T-name existing systems ICARDA CRPDS CGIAR GEO Ontology
  12. 12. Data Streamlining, Curation and Validation Interface Primary Data Storage Processed Data Storage Processing Cluster HPC Data Management Servers Public Data Gateway (Open Access) API Satellite Data GIS/GPS Data Field Survey Data ODKs/Smart Devices Spatial Analysts & Metadata Gen. Structure of Centralized Data Warehouse http://geoagro.icarda.org Internal Data Gateway example of spatial data
  13. 13. Data Storage Processing Web Services Linux (250TB) Windows (100TB) 150 70 25 50 20 30 Centralized Storage & Dissemination Map Server Data Portals Terminal Devices Windows Windows Linux 12 Cores CPU 48 GB RAM Win 2012 8 Cores CPU 32 GB RAM Win 2012 2xCPU (12 Cores) 512 GB RAM Linux Hosted in UK Computing Servers Printing Services Large Format HR printing and scanning A3 HR printing GU©2014 Field Equipment [Hyperspectral, HH2, SE-3500, NDVI Camera, Green Seeker, GPS Cameras, HH GPSUs, Field Data Kits, etc.] Centralized Archiving System Geospatial Data Gateways Enterprise level, high fidelity and interoperability [as of March 13, 2014] http://geoagro.icarda.org
  14. 14. One-stop Gateway for Geospatial data, maps, research tools, services, technical support and outreach activities.
  15. 15. http://geoagro.icarda.org (beta)
  16. 16. Atlas of Action Sites CRP Dryland Systems (1.1) http://issuu.com/crpds/
  17. 17. Grassland degradation Crop Types Spatial distribution Electronic Field Data Collection ODKs-HH, GT, Livestock, etc. Use of Electronic Field Data Kits -CRP DS Action sites (LULC GT) -HH/Baseline Survey -Livestock/Small Ruminants
  18. 18. Citizen Science and Community RS Electronic Field Data Collection & Sharing Tools
  19. 19. eMaterials
  20. 20. Database at Various Level and Scales
  21. 21. Global Level Database
  22. 22. CRP 1.1 Level Database
  23. 23. Regional Level Database
  24. 24. National Level Database
  25. 25. Satellite Remote Sensing Database -select -inventory -visualize -spectral -indices
  26. 26. Climate Database Query cell -select -see table -visualize -download
  27. 27. Search Database Spatially
  28. 28. Visualize the satellite image and spatial search and query Landsat Reference Grids MODIS Reference Grid
  29. 29. Field Data and Household Surveys
  30. 30. Dynamic Field Data Display
  31. 31. Projects Coming soon Programs Database specific to each research programs, and projects
  32. 32. Tools, Apps, Models, etc.
  33. 33. Technical information, trips, for example what are latest satellite sensors for farm to regional scales >>
  34. 34. Database access stats
  35. 35. If you have good data, love it publish it and set it free! uncc.edu Thank you

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