[ESIP-all] AGU session on Airborne Data Management
Conover, Helen via ESIP-all
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Mon Jul 28 15:39:58 EDT 2014
Hi ESIP Colleagues,
Please consider submitting a paper to session 1880 on Airborne Data Management at the 2014 Fall American Geophysical Union meeting on 15-19 December 2014 in San Francisco, California.
As you know, aircraft based observations are a major component of the NASA Earth Observation System. There has been an increased use and demand for airborne observational data. Please consider joining us to have a meaningful discussion in San Francisco about tools, experiences and lessons learned from your dealing with airborne data sets. Abstracts are due August 6.
Helen, Gao, Emily, Steve
Session ID: 1880
Session Title: Promoting the Science Value of Airborne Observational Data through Increasing Awareness of Airborne Data Management Challenges, Capabilities and the Gaps, and through Sharing Experiences and Lessons learned
Session Description: Airborne in-situ and remote sensing measurements are essential elements of the integrated Earth Observing System (EOS) and provide key insights into Earth processes. Over the past two decades, aircraft data have grown remarkably in both volume and measurement types. While often used in validation and assessment of models and satellite measurements, airborne data are under-utilized largely due to challenges unique to airborne data management. These include data hosting at various locations and in different formats as well as limited spatiotemporal coverage that affect how data centers organize and distribute the data. Recently, data centers, airborne science teams, and user communities have made significant progress to enhance the accessibility and usability of the airborne science data. This session seeks papers that describe airborne data management challenges; as well as progress made, experiences, ideas and lessons learned in enhancing airborne data systems.
Primary Section/Focus Group:
IN - Earth and Space Science Informatics
A - Atmospheric Sciences
C - Cryosphere
1912 Data management, preservation, rescue [INFORMATICS]
1946 Metadata [INFORMATICS]
1976 Software tools and services [INFORMATICS]
1982 Standards [INFORMATICS]
Gao Chen, NASA Langley Research Ctr, Hampton, VA, United States
Emily Law, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA, United States,
Helen Conover, Univ of Alabama Huntsville, Huntsville, AL, United States
Steve Williams, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Earth Observing Laboratory, Boulder, CO, United States
Helen Conover hconover at itsc.uah.edu<mailto:hconover at itsc.uah.edu>
Global Hydrology Resource Center DAAC
Information Technology and Systems Center
University of Alabama in Huntsville
Huntsville, AL 35899
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