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Reports & Presentations

Applied Earth Observations Innovation Partnership (AEOIP)

Date: Wednesday, January 26, 2022
[144MB PDF]
[YouTube Recording]



CMS Applications: Engaging Stakeholders in CMS Flux Projects

Presenter: Edil Sepulveda Carlo
Event:CMS Flux Working Group Meeting
Location: Teleconference
Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2020
[30.6MB PDF]



Overview of CMS Applications Efforts

Presenter: Edil Sepulveda Carlo
Event: 2019 CMS Applications Workshop 
Location: Scripps Seaside Forum, La Jolla, CA
Date: Tuesday, November 12, 2019
[22MB PDF]


Goals of the CMS Applications Workshop:
  • Understanding of stakeholders needs for carbon monitoring and Measurement, Reporting and Verification (MRV).
  • Identify the challenges/needs of communities that are interested in carbon measurement, reporting and verification (MRV), biomass, Lidar applications and related activities.
  • Provide information on value of CMS products for MRV and related applications – including exploration of key “what?” and “how?” questions for carbon data.
  • Link CMS community to active policy end users, decision makers and regulatory agencies to ensure maximum benefit of the projects to society.
  • Identify CMS products that are relevant and ready for use by stakeholders and decision makers.
  • Identify CMS data products that align with stakeholders. (Identify potential impact case studies).


Identifying Data Needs and Gaps, and Ways to Improve Decision-Making of Stakeholders via the NASA Carbon Monitoring System Applications Project

Presenter: Edil Sepulveda Carlo
Event: 2019 AGU Fall Meeting
Location: Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA
Date: Monday, December 9, 2019
[4.5MB PDF]


CMS Data Products and Applications Overview

Presenter: Edil Sepulveda Carlo
Event: USFS-NASA Joint Applications Workshop
Location: USFS Geospatial Technology and Applications Center, Salt Lake City, UT
Date: Tuesday, April 30, 2019
[47MB PDF]


Goals: To share and demonstrate the capabilities of NASA data products, as well as to develop connections and strengthen partnerships between NASA and USDA Forest Service.


Objectives: 1) To provide an overview of NASA missions and projects, data, and tools supporting natural resource management; 2) To share and prioritize USDA Forest Service operational needs with NASA; 3) To identify opportunities for collaboration; and 4) To expand USDA Forest Service awareness of NASA data sources and tools and mutually explore ways to advance information delivery.