NOAA Fisheries Applications of GOES-R data

NOAA Fisheries Applications of GOES-R data

Cara Wilson & R. Michael Laurs The NMFS 2005 Summer Road Tour NOAA/NMFS Pacific Fisheries Environmental Laboratory David G. Foley Made possible with funding from the Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research, U. Hawaii NASANOAA Research to Operations (R2O) project 3rd GOES-R User Workshop 10-13 May 2004 Broomfield, CO NOAA and Satellite Data Cara

WilsonFisheries & R. Michael Laurs NOAA/NMFS Pacific Fisheries Environmental Laboratory Where are we and where are we going? David G. Foley Primary Objective: Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research, U. Hawaii Initiate an intra-NMFS discussion of satellite issues relevant to NOAA and NMFS 3rd GOES-R User Workshop

10-13 May 2004 Broomfield, CO QuickTime and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. NMFS-Satellite group Satellite POCs for each science center (appointed by lab director) AFSC NEFSC NWFSC PIFSC SEFSC SWFSC Jeff Napp (Seattle) Jay OReilly (Narragansett) Bill Peterson (Newport) Jeff Polovina (Honolulu)

Tom Leming (Mississippi) Cara Wilson (Pacific Grove) POC also a CoastWatch PI Labs outside of the regional HQ The NMFS Road Tour Schedule Talk and visit at: AFSC NEFSC NEFSC NWFSC NWFSC PIFSC SEFSC SWFSC Seattle Narragansett Woods Hole Newport Seattle

Honolulu Miami La Jolla June 7, 2005 Aug 3, 2005 Aug 3, 2005 Aug 16, 2005 June 8, 2005 July 18, 2005 July 26, 2005 June 15, 2005 NMFS Regions & CW nodes Northwest Southwest Alaska Northeast Southeast Pacific CoastWatch node (visited) CoastWatch node (not visited)

NMFS lab visited (without a local CoastWatch node) QuickTime and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. Participation AFSC, Seattle Total ~20 SDU* ? SA* ? SWFSC, La Jolla ~30

6 ~2 PIFSC, Honolulu ~25 4 3 SEFSC, Miami ~15 5 0 NEFSC, Narragansett

~12 6 1 NWFSC, Newport ~35 5 1 *SDU - Satellite Data Users *SA - Involved with Stock Assessment Interest AFSC, Seattle Total

~20 QuickTime and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. one-on-one talks* 2 (both non-NMFS: PMEL) SWFSC, La Jolla ~30 2 PIFSC, Honolulu ~25 0 SEFSC, Miami

~15 5 (2 non-NMFS: AOML) NEFSC, Narragansett ~12 11 NWFSC, Newport ~30 3 * Aside from discussions with local host Interest AFSC, Seattle

Total ~20 QuickTime and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. one-on-one talks* 2 (both non-NMFS: PMEL) SWFSC, La Jolla ~30 2 PIFSC, Honolulu ~25 0

SEFSC, Miami ~15 5 (2 non-NMFS: AOML) NEFSC, Narragansett ~15 11 NWFSC, Newport ~30 2 * Aside from discussions with local host Gap Analysis NMFSs primary responsibility, stock

assessment, has remained largely outside of these discussions. Cara Wilson & R. Michael Laurs Feedback NOAA/NMFS Pacific Fisheries Environmental Laboratory David G. Foley Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research, U. Hawaii 3rd GOES-R User Workshop 10-13 May 2004 Broomfield, CO Sea Ice Where does SeaIce data fit in? Is its continuity assured? Of critical use at AFSC and SWFSC (Antarctic Research Division).

Better Resolution with GOES-R A direct quote responding to the question of what benefits would be expected from the resolution of data from the GOES-R HES-CW: Better resolution increases storage constraints, so while better resolution would be useful for select areas where intensive high research is underway, a global high res dataset would require a great deal more resources to manageand I am not sure how useful this would be to marine researchers. Meaning ?!?!.. Better Resolution with GOES-R Meaning We are currently doing an inadequate job of suppling user-friendly means of: ACCESS, MANIPULATION, and DELIVERY of satellite data

To maximize the utility (and use in an operational sense) of satellite data in cross-cutting applications we need to have an efficient system for users to access, manipulate and obtain the satellite data (both real-time and science-quality climate data records). Time Series Many scientists within NMFS have datasets spanning many decades, and there is significant decadal variability affecting different fish populations. Subsequently it can be difficult to impress fisheries scientists of the benefits of using satellite data when their time spans are relatively short. Its essential that climate quality data of satellite data be maintained! Anchovy 1920

1940 Sardine 1960 1980 2000 Chavez et al. [Science, 2003] Resources A lot of potential applications of satellite data to fisheries requires directed work. Not enough to just point fisheries scientists to the data. The most fruitful developments come out of collaborations between satellite-oriented scientists and fisheries-oriented scientists. Infrastructure Many fisheries scientists do not have the computational power to hold and process large

volumes of satellite data. Data delivery systems need to take this into account, and allow for flexible subsetting, both regionally and temporally. Bandwidth power is a serious issue at some labs. One scientist using satellite data downloads the data at home using a personal DSL line because their NOAA network at work is insufficient. Products Sea Ice Primary Productivity Frontal products Subsurface parameters

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