[ESIP-all] Call for Abstracts: Browser-based Mapping, Space-Time Visualization, and Analysis of Big Earth Science Data
Roberts, Joe T (398I)
Joe.T.Roberts at jpl.nasa.gov
Thu Jun 29 13:52:13 EDT 2017
Please consider submitting an abstract to the following browser-based mapping and visualization session at the upcoming American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting. We hope to form a forum of scientists, engineers, and stakeholders to discuss frontiers and cutting-edge solutions in mapping and visualizing big Earth science data as they become even more massive, hyperdimensional, and diverse in both space and time. We are especially interested in browser-based space-time visualization strategies and tools that lead to more effective and collaborative data exploration and applications. We look forward to your submissions!
IN011: Browser-based Mapping, Space-Time Visualization, and Analysis of Big Earth Science Data
Session ID#: 26878
Session Link: https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm17/preliminaryview.cgi/Session26878
Scientific visualization has been taking an important role in the Earth science community to support data exploration, analysis and discovery of hidden knowledge. The recent advancement of earth observation (EO) technology, i.e. satellite, sensor network, and drones as well as regional/global simulation models, have garnered the production of massive amount of EO data. Although progress has been made in Web- or virtual-globe based visualization, such as NASA’s Worldview and AGI Cesium, innovative ways for visualizing multi-dimensional, multi-variate, time-series big EO data is still urgently desired. In this session, we solicit presentations on novel browser-based solutions for the mapping, visualization and analysis of Earth science data. Topics include but not limited to immersive technology and tools on browser-based data rendering, big data transmission over the Web, spatiotemporal data indexing and representation, visual analytics etc. Applications in all aspects of Earth science, such as oceanography, geology, polar, biology and climate are welcome.
Wenwen Li, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States
wenwen at asu.edu<mailto:wenwen at asu.edu>
Joe T Roberts, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA, United States
Joe.T.Roberts at jpl.nasa.gov<mailto:Joe.T.Roberts at jpl.nasa.gov>
Charles K Thompson, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA, United States
Charles.K.Thompson at jpl.nasa.gov<mailto:Charles.K.Thompson at jpl.nasa.gov>
Feel free to contact any of the conveners with any questions.
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