CEOP-AEGIS at GEPW5 Session 2

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CEOP-AEGIS at GEPW5 Session 2

  1. 1. Session 2 C Water, Disasters, EnergyCEOP – AEGIS contribution to GEOSS Data CORE Massimo Menenti Delft University of Technology Jerome Colin Université de Strasbourg GEO European Project Workshop ‐ London February 8 ‐ 9 1
  2. 2. Practical contributon to the GEOSS Data-CORE Hydrometeorological data on large transnational riverbasins: the case of the Qinghai – Tibet Plateau, the major rivers of SE Asia need to bring together data generated by on-goinginternational initiatives: CEOP – AEGIS Third Pole Environment JICA – Tibet PAPRIKA (IT, F) GEO European Project Workshop ‐ London February 8 ‐ 9 2
  3. 3. GEOSS Data-CORE: global vs. regional data• Terrestrial water cycle• Data need to be integrated by watershed• Information is actionable• real‐time/near real‐time monitoring capabilities via GEOSS  for key variables of interest to the IPCC – and IPCC  stakeholders GEO European Project Workshop ‐ London February 8 ‐ 9 3
  4. 4. CEOP‐AEGIS contribution to GEOSSS  Water theme• ceop‐aegis.org portal: – General information – IT platform for the consortium – Information system on the hydrology of the  Tibetan Plateau for the community• Schedule: • Until May 2012: no public access to foreground • After May 2012: all project foreground freely  Registered  available to the community in GEOSS GEO European Project Workshop ‐ London February 8 ‐ 9 4
  5. 5. Qinghai‐Tibet hot‐spot• Hot spot: – Higher spatial and/or temporal frequency than global  products – Larger panel of dedicated products• CEOP‐AEGIS: – Area covered 4,292,130 km2 – 1x1 km grids for EO products – 5x5 km grids for Hydrological Model outputs – 30x30 km grids for Atmospheric Model outputs – In‐Situ data network – Daily to weekly, since 2008 GEO European Project Workshop ‐ London February 8 ‐ 9 5
  6. 6. Water Balance Model domain GEO European Project Workshop ‐ London February 8 ‐ 9 6
  7. 7. CEOP-AEGIS Database• Principles Project partners – all project products in  one single entry point – web‐based user‐friendly  GIS Service interface – registered as a  Data Server (openDAP) contribution to GEOSS CEOP‐AEGIS Web Portal – open access to the  scientific community GEOSS  Portal Scientific community GEO European Project Workshop ‐ London February 8 ‐ 9 7
  8. 8. CEOP‐AEGIS contribution to GEOSSS  Water theme: product types• Documents: – Periodic reports, Algorithm Theoretical Basis  Documents,• Datasets: – Ground measurements, final EO products,  Hydrological Model outputs• Services & software: – Drought and flood early warning tools – Water & Energy Budget Models – Training material for stakeholders GEO European Project Workshop ‐ London February 8 ‐ 9 8
  9. 9. Product types: documents, datasets,  services & softwaresD0.1.1 Science Progress Report 2009 D4.3 Estimation of soil moisture from Geostationary Satellite (GS) dataD0.1.2 Science Progress Report 2010 D4.4 A data product of the plateau using different sensors simultaneously D4.5 Validation results and documentation of uncertaintiesD0.1.3 Science Progress Report 2011 D5.1 Provide algorithm for QPE, 3D mosaic and hydrometeors classificationD0.1.4 Science Progress Report 2012 D5.2 Provide rainfall estimation algorithms from satellites (MW, VIS-IR) dataD0.2.1 Technical Reports by Working Groups 2009 D5.3 Provide 3-years 3-D gridded radar data for case studiesD0.2.2 Technical Reports by Working Groups 2010 Provide high space and temporal resolution precipitation data retrieved from radar,D0.2.3 Technical Reports by Working Groups 2011 D5.4 satellite (both VIS-IR and MW) and ground rain gauge data for case studies D6.1 Sample data set and Report on retrieval performance based on MODIS and AMSR-E dataD0.2.4 Technical Reports by Working Groups 2012 D6.2 Preliminary Algorithm Theoretical Basis Documents for snow/ice propertiesD0.5.1 Final report Final Algorithm Theoretical Basis Document;+Snow data assimilation system andD1.1 Detailed approach and preliminary data analysis protocol D6.3 documentation Analysis protocol report and sample data sets on seasonal and inter- Validated data set (include snow cover area, SWE, glacier area and storage from satellite annual time scale of the exchange of surface heat flux, momentum flux, D6.4 data, and assimilation data sets) from 2008 to 2010 water vapour flux, surface and soil moisture over the different land Final report for water resources contributed by the snow and glacier melt on Qinghai-D1.2 D6.5 Tibet Plateau surfaces of the Tibetan Plateau Report and data set on results of numerical experiments to document the response to Report on footprint analysis and structure characteristics of the Surface D7.1 observed evolution of snow and vegetation cover and surface heat fluxes over the PlateauD1.3 Layer (SL) and Atmospheric Boundary Layer D7.2 Report on rainfall forecast performance Final 3 years dataset on aerodynamic and thermodynamic variables D8.1 Design of data processing protocol for E.O. based water balance productsD1.4 over the different land surfaces of the Tibetan Plateau D8.2 Time series analysis of water balance dataD2.1 Generic algorithms LSV-s Prototype of data collection, integration and processing system to monitor the Plateau D8.3 water balanceD2.2 Algorithms land surface temperature PS D8.4 Database management system Algorithms surface albedo, emissivity and temperature geostationary D9.1 Vegetation dynamic maps over a long-term periodD2.3 satellite D9.2 Maps of drought vulnerability zones in the study areaD2.4 Algorithm Theoretical Basis Documents multi-source remote sensing D9.3 Tools for time series analysis of vegetation response to drought Data set vegetation cover, surface albedo, LAI, aerosol optical depth, D9.4 Tools for drought prediction by analyzing vegetation response precipitable water vapour, soil/foliage component and land surface D9.5 Anomalies maps of rainfall, vegetation responseD2.5 emissivity/temperatures for a 3 years period. D9.6 Tool for evaluating drought impact on agriculture and forestry System applicable for drought monitoring and early warning in the pilot areas in China Review of selected existing algorithms and models on local, regional D9.7 and IndiaD3.1 and Plateau scales data sets Algorithm Theoretical Basis Document for surface wetness indicator retrieved from Generalize SEB calculation at a high spatial resolution and on a regional D10.1 passive and active microwave satellite dataD3.2 extent Real time flood forecast models based on stochastic time series, ANN and Fuzzy logic forD3.3 Time-series Maps Processing and Validation Procedure Document D10.2 the study area Validated complete time-series maps of fluxes over 3 years, with a Flood inundation, flood hazard and flood risk zone maps based on the hydraulic modellingD3.4 target frequency of one week D10.3 and analysis of satellite data Real time forecasting of flood inundation, depth, areal extent and return period of Collection of consistent continuous in-situ soil moisture measurements D10.4 floodingD4.1 at regional scale D10.5 Case studies on flood events in the period 1999-2010 Development of a satellite sensor independent system for the soilD4.2 moisture combined retrieval algorithms GEO European Project Workshop ‐ London February 8 ‐ 9 9
  10. 10. Open and Standard Design• Advanced data and meta‐data models – netCDF3, netCDF4/HDF5• Meta‐data follow international standards – CF 1.4 meta‐data semantics – XML and NCML online documentation• Open Source technologies for data exchanges – OPeNDAP protocol – Open source, java based, friendly user interface GEO European Project Workshop ‐ London February 8 ‐ 9 10
  11. 11. GEO European Project Workshop ‐ London February 8 ‐ 9 11
  12. 12. GEO European Project Workshop ‐ London February 8 ‐ 9 12
  13. 13. GEO European Project Workshop ‐ London February 8 ‐ 9 13
  14. 14. Large fluctuations of regional and local water cycles 30000 Indus Brahmaputra 25000 Salween Mekong 20000 Yangtze Yellow m3 / s 15000 10000 5000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 1/ 2/ 3/ 4/ 5/ 6/ 7/ 8/ 9/ 0/ 1/ 2/ /0 /0 /0 /0 /0 /0 /0 /0 /0 /1 /1 /1 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 GEO European Project Workshop ‐ London February 8 ‐ 9 14

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