Copernicus Climate Data Store Workshop

The Copernicus Climate Data Store Workshop was held at ECMWF from 3 to 6 March 2015.

ECMWF has been entrusted by the European Commission to implement the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S). The aim of the C3S is to provide European stakeholders, including public authorities, businesses and citizens, with access to authoritative information about climate change and its impact on society.

The development of the C3S is now underway and one of the first activities involves the design and development of the C3S portal and underlying Climate Data Store, a distributed facility for providing information about past, present and future climate in terms of Essential Climate Variables and derived climate indicators.

Workshop description

The aim of the workshop was to discuss the development of these systems.

The format of the workshop was a mix of presentations and working group discussion sessions. The workshop programme had three broad themes: 'User expectations'; 'Existing Climate Service Providers' and 'Industry Perspectives'.

Working groups

Tuesday 3 March

PDF iconThe catalogue and portal

Wednesday 4 March

PDF icon13561-copernicus-climate-data-store-workshop-toolbox-working-group.pdf

Thursday 5 March

PDF iconContent, standards and interperability

Presentations

TUESDAY 3 MARCH

Welcome/Copernicus Climate Change Service
Jean-Noël Thépaut, ECMWF
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Setting the scene
Baudouin Raoult, ECMWF
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CLIP-C (Users)
Victoria Bennett, STFC
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Use of climate data for EEA activities
André Jol, EEA
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Lessons from other dialogues and experiences
Roger Street, UKCIP

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Overview on the WMO Climate data and monitoring activities
Omar Baddour, WMO

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A carbon cycle dedicated portal (CATLAS) and the needs from the community
Philippe Peylin, LSCE

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GFCS and its User Oriented Approach
Lucia Valcarce, GFCS

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WMO Information System
Matteo Dell'Acqua, Meteo-France

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Examples of use of climate data for EEA indicators and Climate-ADAPT
Blaz Kurnik, EEA

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Exploitation of ECMWF-infrastructures for user-centric innovation: a priority for Europe
Carlos Morais-Pires, DG-CNET

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From prehistoric ice cores to modern satellite observations - climate data and services from NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information
Ed Kearns, NCDC


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Delivering MACC data - what have we learned?
Miha Razinger, ECMWF

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User experiences from the Climate Explorer and ECA&D
Geert Jan van Oldenborgh, KNMI

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WEDNESDAY 4 MARCH

Perspectives on users expectations from European Policy and through international case studies of Climate Services
Mark Dowell, JRC

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GEOSS Common infrastructure and the GEO DAB
Stefano Nativi, CNR

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Insights from 40 years of evolving data services at NCAR's Research Data Archive
Douglas Schuster, NCAR

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MyOcean: architecture and data access experience
Sophie Besnard, CLS

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Drias portal: a climate service
Maryvonne Kerdoncuff, Meteo-France

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Data Management in support of Climate Services @ MeteoSwiss
Estelle Grueter, MeteoSwiss

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Data Access at EUMETSAT
Harald Rothfuss, EUMETSAT

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Operating data services in data.knmi.nl ECA&D and climate4impact.eu
Wim Som de Cerff, KNMI

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The US Climate Resilience Toolkit
Ned Gardiner, NOAA

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The EUMETSAT Satellite Application Facility on climate monitoring
Martin Werscheck, DWD

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The IRI Data Library: enhancing accessibility of climate knowledge
Benno Blumenthal, IRI

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Climate Analytics as a service
John Schnase, NASA

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Climate scenarios for scientists: the Med-CORDEX solution
Marcello Petitta, IC3

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THURSDAY 5 MARCH

CLIP-C
Martin Juckes, STFC

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The SPECS experience: climate predictions on the ESGF
Pierre-Antoine Bretonniere, IC3

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EUDAT - Open Data Services for Research
Per Öster, EUDAT

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European climate modelling infrastructure: accessing climate projections
Sylvie Joussaume, LSCE/IPSL with IS-ENES2 collaborators

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ECV Data Access in ESA's Climate Change Initiative
Ed Pechorro, ESA

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Climate Services: Markets, Systems & Technologies
Chetan Pradhan, CGI

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ESA Climate Change Initiative - Soil Moisture (CCI SM): Serving our users - lessons for Copernicus Climate Change Service
Eva Haas, ESA CCI Soil Moisture team (Geoville)

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Concepts to Consider in a European Climate Portal and Data Store
Derek Greer, Vega Space

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The Multi-sensor Evolution Analysis (MEA) system as a Climate Data Exploitation Platform
Simone Mantovani, MEEO S.r.l.

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EO data hosting and processing - core capabilities and emerging solutions
Andrew Groom, Airbus Defence and Space UK

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Towards a thriving data-driven economy
Márta Nagy-Rothengass, DG CONNECT

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Case Study and reflections in EO Data Management
Richard Campbell, Serco

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Workshop proceedings

The workshop PDF icon13519-climate-data-store-cds-workshop-proceedings.pdf are now available.

Contact

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