2019 Annual DMAC Meeting IOOS Program Office Updates April 30, 2019 | Krisa Arzayus, Deputy Director IOOS Strategic Plan Vision - Improve lives and livelihoods with ocean, coastal, and Great Lakes information Mission - To produce, integrate, and communicate high quality ocean, coastal and Great Lakes information that meets the safety, economic, and stewardship needs of the nation. Five Strategic Goals: Goal 1: Sustain long-term, high-quality observations of ocean, coastal, and Great

Lakes environments to address local, regional and national needs. Goal 2: Deliver standardized, reliable, and accessible data. Goal 3: Support model predictions that address a wide range of user requirements. Goal 4: Provide integrated, user-driven products and tools. Goal 5: Increase the reach and effectiveness of IOOS through partnerships, stakeholder engagement, and Enterprise excellence. 3 ecure.pdf FY19 Investment in DMAC Activities,

Projects DMAC Community DMAC is the collection of people, processes, and technology that enable the dissemination of diverse and distributed data sets using the WWW as the platform. ATN Workshops Support for ESIP Biological data standards workshop Ocean HackWeek Ongoing Projects Data Assembly Centers - Gliders, ATN, HF Radar, & NDBC/IOOS MetOcean

EDS Catalog Sensor Map ERDDAP 4 U.S. IOOS Priorities- FY2019 and beyond Goal 1: Sustaining observations Aging infrastructure - how to sustain and innovate Filling observing gaps- surface currents, gliders Ecosystem observing framework- e.g. HABS, ocean noise Goal 2: Data management Hurricane prediction-incorporating glider data for

improved hurricane intensity forecasts Improve real time data flow into data tanks and complete the pan-regional data portal, with a goal of strengthening delivery of consistent observations to operational modelers. Certification Audits- 3 RAs (PacIOOS, GLOS, MARACOOS); low level of effort, checklist format 5 U.S. IOOS Priorities- FY2019 and beyond Goal 3: Modeling Implement IOOC Coastal Modeling Strategy Support community development of coastal ocean models by strengthening the federal/non-federal

community of practice and clarify research to ops pathways Goal 4: Products and Tools Demonstrating the value of IOOS- user stories, economic valuation studies, Sea Level rise- RAs as translators for SLR data and information Goal 5: Enterprise Excellence U.S. IOOS Federal Advisory Committee- a new committee, new directions for IOOS Streamlined internal business practices 6 OceanObs19 Update

Papers: Coastal Mooring Observing Networks and their Data Products: Recommendations for the Next Decade (Kathy Bailey) Data Interoperability Between Elements of the Global Ocean Observing System (Derrick Snowden) From the Oceans to the Cloud: opportunities and challenges for data, models, computation and workflows (Tiffany Vance, Micah Wengren) Global Observational Needs and Resources for Marine Biodiversity (Gabrielle Canonico) Marine Sensors A Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS), delivered through enhanced collaboration across regions, communities, and

new technologies (Carl Gouldman, Laura Griesbauer) Other activities: 7 20 Years of IOOS Celebration Sept. 17th Collecting pictures, stories, and memories IOOS Exhibit Booth Regional Ocean Partnerships Executive Order 13840: Ocean Policy to Advance the Economic, Security, and Environmental

Interests of the United States, emphasizes improved access to and use of federal and non-federal data. FY2019 appropriations: Within funding for IOOS Regional Observations, $1.5M for the regional ocean partnerships - IOOS and OCM coordinate. 9 regions- 4 regional ocean partnerships in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, and West Coast & 5 without ROPs in Great Lakes, Southeast, Caribbean, Alaska, and Pacific Islands. Funding will go to ROPs in the 4 and IOOS RAs in the 5 respectively. Kick-off webinar on May 22 8 ERDDAP Transition Project

Highlights: IOOS DMAC system will better align with ocean obs community in adopting ERDDAP IOOS Metadata Profile (1.2) nearing finalization for deployment to RA ERDDAP servers Gold Standard ERDDAP configuration under development ERDDAP 2.0 release due soon More details to

follow later today... 9 IOOS Environmental Sensor Map ERDDAP Instance: A cloud based model development sandbox Thank You! The U.S. IOOS Office

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