[ESIP-all] AGU FM2015 --> GIBS In the Wild: Examples of NASA's Earth Science Visualization Web Services In Use
Thompson, Charles K (398I)
Charles.K.Thompson at jpl.nasa.gov
Mon Jul 20 09:29:26 EDT 2015
[apologies for multiple cross-postings]
Dear GIBS user community,
Please consider submitting an abstract to the AGU session IN025: GIBS In the Wild: Examples of NASA's Earth Science Visualization Web Services In Use. We encourage sharing your experiences with GIBS as a user and/or developer, either directly or via web interfaces and other applications such as <https://earthdata.nasa.gov/labs/worldview/> Worldview<https://worldview.earthdata.nasa.gov/>. Details below:
IN025: GIBS In the Wild: Examples of NASA's Earth Science Visualization Web Services In Use
Session Webpage: https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm15/preliminaryview.cgi/Session9169
Submission begins here: Submit an Abstract to this Session<https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm15/in/papers/index.cgi?sessionid=9169>
The Global Imagery Browse Services (GIBS) provide a rich visual interface to NASA's extensive collection of Earth science data products. Web mapping interfaces such as NASA's Worldview and State of the Oceans utilize GIBS to access near real-time and historical satellite imagery of high-value geophysical parameters (temperature, rainfall, reflectance) from a growing number of instruments (MODIS, AIRS, GPM). Imagery is efficiently served at up to full resolution based upon spatial and temporal constraints and is available in several projections, including Plate Carrée, Web Mercator, and Polar Stereographic. GIBS has become an integral visualization resource for varieties of applications covering the realms of science, decision support, and outreach. This session not only focuses on current GIBS stakeholders—web developers, researchers, educators—and their use of and experiences with GIBS as service and image consumers, it serves as an introduction to potential new users who may benefit from hearing diverse GIBS real-life user scenarios.
Charles Thompson, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Ryan Boller, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Matthew Cechini, Columbus Technologies and Services Inc.
Keep in mind that the deadline for abstract submissions is Wednesday, August 5.
Note: First author must be an AGU member, to join, go here<https://membership.agu.org/join-renew>
Any other questions, please contact us directly.
Charles, Ryan, and Matt
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