[ESIP-all] AGU Session 2992: Science Data System Architectures for new Earth Science Missions and Applications
Meyer, David via ESIP-all
esip-all at lists.esipfed.org
Wed Jun 25 17:03:43 EDT 2014
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We are pleased to announce *Session 2992 - **Science Data System
Architectures for new Earth Science Missions and Applications*, for the
upcoming 2014 AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco on December 15-19. This
session is part of the AGU Earth and Space Science Section (IN). Meeting
information can be found at:
Please consider submitting an abstract to this session, *due August 6, 2014*.
Submission information can be found at:
New Earth observation instruments are planned to advance Earth science
research over the next decade by U.S. and international agencies. Data
system capabilities are being planned and implemented that require
integration of increasingly diverse data types from multiple sources,
concurrent ingest and processing into science products, rapid delivery,
data and system interoperability, multiple search and access paths through
open interfaces and data stewardship. Challenging the development of these
systems is the need to be adaptable to changing user needs such as adding
new products, data/product filtering, subsetting, visualization and/or
assimilation into models. This session welcomes discussion of new or
evolving data system architectures and scalable technologies for increasing
data system efficiency and improved user experience. Of particular
interest are science data systems and services being built to support new
Earth science missions from research, operational and international sources.
Thank you for your consideration,
John F. Moses
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
john.f.moses at nasa.gov
National Snow and Ice Data Center
weaverr at nsidc.org
USGS Earth Resources Science and Observation Center
dmeyer at usgs.gov
Dave Meyer, LP DAAC
47914 252nd Ave.
Sioux Falls, SD 57198-0001
dmeyer at usgs.gov
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