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Thursday, July 21 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Transforming Earth Sciences Big Data into Actionable Products for Disaster Applications Part 2

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The Disaster Life Cycle Cluster coordinates efforts among data providers, managers and developers of disaster response systems and tools, and end-user communities within ESIP. We developed a working definition of the disaster life cycle phases. One cluster goal is to work with user communities to identify the information model and observations/outputs needed to enhance their decision-making. This session will address cluster goals to identify, promote and showcase trusted authoritative data sources and products for disaster decision. We will explore ideas for capturing requirements and processes for managing trusted data sources. We have an invited presentation by Dr. Jim Morentz to discuss experience with XchangeCore and SpotOnResponse within FEMA as well as the California Earthquake Clearinghouse. ESIP has acquired the Open Science Framework and we may consider how this shared workspace tool might be used to manage dataset evaluations. We may also leverage ideas from the data maturity matrix under development by the ESIP data stewardship cluster. This will lead to a workshop proposal to engage decision makers in discussions on availability of relevant Earth observation data and products and to better understand their information needs throughout the disaster life cycle. Speakers "Experience with XchangeCore and SpotOnResponse" presented by Dr. Jim Morentz/JWMorentz LLC "Data Driven Decision Making for Disasters - A proposed ESIP Workshop" discussion lead by Dave Jones/StormCenter Commnications


Thursday July 21, 2016 4:00pm - 5:30pm EDT
Junior Ballroom D
  Junior Ballroom D, Breakout