[ESIP-all] Second Notice: Call for papers on "Multi-disciplinary Interoperability for EO Sysytems and Applications"

Brian Wee bwee at neoninc.org
Fri Jun 24 20:32:30 EDT 2011

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From: Geller, Gary N (388F) <gary.n.geller at jpl.nasa.gov>
Date: Fri, Jun 24, 2011 at 5:15 PM
Subject: Second Notice: Call for papers on "Multi-disciplinary
Interoperability for EO Sysytems and Applications"
To: "Geller, Gary N (388F)" <gary.n.geller at jpl.nasa.gov>

Submission Deadline is *1 October 2011*.****

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A summary of the call appears below, with details in the attachment.  Please
distribute…and consider submitting a manuscript to this special issue.
Apologies for any cross-postings.****

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Dear Colleagues,****

Papers are solicited for a Special Issue of IEEE J-STARS* *on*
architectures and arrangements for multi-disciplinary Earth Observation
systems and applications**”*.****

The papers considered for this special issue will address recent
breakthroughs in science and technology useful for implementing
multi-disciplinary interoperability. They will include the introduction and
discussion of new or advanced multi-disciplinary interoperability solutions,
as well as the description of innovative multi-disciplinary systems and
applications (e.g. Earth System Science applications or multi-disciplinary
Observatory Systems). Papers are being solicited in (but not limited to) the
following areas:****

 *Comprehensive and inclusive solutions for multi-disciplinary Earth
Observation capabilities, addressing:*****

**·       **The System of Systems approach for Earth Observation resources

**·       **Multi-disciplinary Interoperability Arrangements for Earth
Observation resource (data and services) discovery, access, processing, and
use; the service-oriented science;****

**·       **Multi-disciplinary Interoperability Arrangements for cooperation
between environmental models, model-based systems, and Earth Observation

**·       **The GEOSS “Model Web” approach.****

*The benefits and outcomes of holistic approaches and multi-disciplinary
advances for important Societal Benefit Areas,** including:*****

·       Climate; Biodiversity; Ecosystems; Water; Drought; Agriculture;
Health; Weather; Disasters.****

*Multi-disciplinary initiatives or pilots developing operational frameworks
by applying interoperability arrangements and SoS solutions for Earth
Observation resources. *****

·       GEOSS Common Infrastructure (GCI) and Architecture Implementation
Pilots (AIP), WMO Information Systems (WIS), National and International
Spatial Data Infrastructure initiatives e.g. INSPIRE, the Global Monitoring
for Environment and Security (GMES) initiative, CEOS infrastructure.****

*Manuscript submission deadline (updated): **1 October 2011***

Inquiries concerning the Special Issue should be directed to the Guest
Editors (see attached for details).

Best regards,
The Guest Editors
Stefano Nativi (CNR);
Max Craglia (EC -JRC Environment and Sustainability, SDI Unit);
Siri Jodha Khalsa (NSIDC, University of Colorado);
Mike Jackson (Centre for Geospatial Science, University of Nottingham);
Gary Geller (NASA Ecological Forecasting Program, JPL)****


Gary N. Geller, Ph.D.
- Deputy Manager, NASA Ecological Forecasting Program
- Conservation Liaison, ASTER Science Project
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
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Pasadena, CA 91109-8099  USA
+1 818-354-0133  FAX: +1 818-393-1370    GMT -8
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Brian Wee, Ph.D. <http://www.neoninc.org/about/staff/brian-wee>
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