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Timeline

2016

AGU Sessions:

  • Carbon Monitoring Systems Research and Applications II (GC24C), Dec 13.
  • Carbon Monitoring Systems Research and Applications Section/Focus Group: Global Environmental Change (GC021), Dec 13.

Meeting: 5th NASA Carbon Monitoring System Science Team Meeting and Applications Workshop, Boulder, CO (Nov.14–16)

Proposal Selections Announced for NASA ROSES-2015: Carbon Monitoring System: Continuing Prototype Product Development, Research, and Scoping. (July 15)

2015

Research Announcement: NASA releases ROSES-2015 Carbon Monitoring System: Continuing Prototype Product Development, Research, and Scoping Solicitation (December 29)

AGU: US Carbon Program Townhall (TH23F), Dec 15.

Meeting: 4th NASA Carbon Monitoring System Science Team Meeting and Applications Workshop, Pasadena, CA (Nov. 16—18)

2014

Meeting: 3rd NASA Carbon Monitoring System Science Team Meeting and Applications Workshop, Bethesda, MD (Nov. 12—14)

2014 CMS Progress Report: NASA Carbon Monitoring System: Prototype Monitoring, Reporting, and Verification, Progress Report and Future Plans, October 2014 [PDF] (October 29)

Proposal Selections Announced for NASA ROSES-2014: Carbon Monitoring System: Continuing Prototype Product Development, Research, and Scoping. (July 24)

NASA Carbon Monitoring System Phase 1 Report, [PDF 4M] (May 16)

2013

Meeting: 2nd NASA CMS Science Team, NASA JPL, Pasadena, CA (November 5–7)

Peer-Reviewed Proposal Selections Announced for NASA ROSES-2013 Carbon Monitoring System: Continuing Prototype Product Development, Research, and Scoping Solicitation. (August 15)

Research Amendment to NASA ROSES-2013: The proposal due date is 60 days from release of this announcement, rather than the standard 90 days, because of the FY 2013 appropriations committee requirement that for this activity "funds shall be competitively awarded within 120 days of enactment of this act." (April 29)

Research Announcement: NASA releases ROSES-2013 Carbon Monitoring System: Continuing Prototype Product Development, Research, and Scoping Solicitation (February 14)


2012

Meeting: 1st NASA CMS Science Team CMS Workshop: NASA GSFC, Greenbelt, MD (November 7–9)

Proposals Selected for NASA ROSES-2011 Carbon Monitoring System Program Solicitation. Peer-Reviewed Proposal Selections. (August 2)

Progress Report for the CMS System Design Study. (PDF) (January 12)

Briefing: Characterizing Flux Uncertainty Resources for the Future, Washington D.C. (January 11)


2011

CMS Community Forum: A Community Forum was held at the NASA Carbon Cycle and Ecosystem Joint Science Workshop, Hilton Mark Center, Alexandria, VA (October 5)

Meeting: CMS Science Definition Team Meeting with Biomass and Flux Product Teams, Marriott Greenbelt, Greenbelt, MD (September 2122)

Meeting: CMS Flux Team Meeting, JPL/Caltech, Pasadena, CA (July 1213)

Meeting: CMS Biomass Team Meeting, NASA GSFC, Greenbelt, MD (June 2223)

Meeting: CMS Flux Team Meeting, Pasadena, CA. (March 2728)

Meeting: CMS Science Definition Team Scoping Efforts, NASA GSFC, Greenbelt, MD (Mar 2324)

SDT Selection: CMS Science Definition Team (March 10)

Research Announcement: NASA releases ROSES-2011 Carbon Monitoring System Program Solicitation (February 18)


2010

Report: CMS Scoping Study Workshop Final Report (PDF)

Workshop: The First Carbon Monitoring System Scoping Study Workshop held in Boulder, CO. (July 1314)

Scoping Efforts Planning Session: CMS Scoping Efforts began with a planning session held at the NASA Terrestrial Ecology Science Team Meeting in La Jolla, CA. (March 1517)

Research Announcement: NASA releases ROSES-2010 Science Definition Team for Carbon Monitoring System. (February 10)

Congressional Appropriation: The Fiscal Year 2010 Congressional Appropriation required NASA to initiate work towards a Carbon Monitoring System (CMS). Some specific direction has been provided, including that NASA replicate state and national carbon and biomass inventory processes as well as carry out pilot initiatives for the development of a Carbon Monitoring System. These include Science Definition Team, Biomass Pilot, Flux Pilot, Ocean Pilot, and Scoping Efforts.