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- Wednesday 20 April 2016, 02:00 (CEST)
- Wednesday 20 April 2016, 02:00 (CEST)
EMODnet Session at European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2016
When: 20 April 2016 from 08.30 to 12.00
Where: Austria Center Vienna (ACV), Room L1, Vienna, Austria
For who: The assembly is open to scientists and interested stakeholders of all nations.
Information for attendees: http://egu2016.eu/information/general_information.html
Informatics in Oceanography and Ocean Science (including Ian McHarg Medal Lecture)
Convener: Giuseppe M.R. Manzella
Co-Convener: Dick M. A. Schaap
The session presents state of the art information systems in oceanography and issues related to data management (metadata, vocabularies, ISO and OGC applications, data models), interoperability (Interoperability forms, Web services, Quality of Services, Open standards), data circulation and services (quality assurance / quality control, preservation, network services) and Education in ocean science (Education and Research, Internet tools for education).
The session aims to provide new ideas on the interoperability issues deriving from different sources of data. ISO standards introduce the necessary elements in the abstract process aiming to assess ‘how’ and ‘how much’ data meets applicable regulatory requirements and aims to enhance user needs. Data management infrastructures should include an evaluation of data by assuring relevance, reliability and fitness-for-purposes / fitness-for-use, adequacy, comparability and compatibility. Presenters will aim to demonstrate how their efforts will benefit their user communities, facilitate collaborative knowledge building, decision making and knowledge management in general, intended as a range of strategies and practices to identify, create, represent and distribute data, products and information.
|Wednesday, 20 Apr 2016|
Chairperson: Dick Schaap
Marine data management: from early explorers to e-infrastructures (Ian McHarg Medal Lecture)
Marine Profiles for OGC Sensor Web Enablement Standards
Simon Jirka and the Marine Profiles for OGC Sensor Web Enablement Standards Team
Enhancing User Access to Oceanographic Data Through Commercial Cloud Services
|Chairperson: Giuseppe Manzella|
EMODnet MedSea Checkpoint for sustainable Blue Growth
Eric Moussat, Nadia Pinardi, Giuseppe Manzella, Frederique Blanc and the Medsea Team
CMEMS (Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service) In Situ Thematic Assembly Centre: A service for operational Oceanography
Fernando Manzano Muñoz, Sylvie Pouliquen, Loic Petit de la Villeon, Thierry Carval, Thomas Loubrieu, Henning Wedhe, Lid Sjur Ringheim, Thomas Hammarklint, Susanne Tamm, Marta De Alfonso, Leonidas Perivoliotis, Antonis Chalkiopoulos, Veselka Marinova, Joaquin Tintore, and Charles Troupin
EMODnet Physics: One-stop Portal to access Multiplatform Observing Systems
Antonio Novellino, Giacomo Benedetti, Paolo D'Angelo, Patrick Gorringe, Peter Thjisse, Dick Schaap, Sylvie Pouliquen, and Giuseppe Manzella
EMODNet Bathymetry - building and providing a high resolution digital bathymetry for European seas
Dick M. A. Schaap
Eutrophication and contaminant data management for EU marine policies: the EMODnet Chemistry infrastructure.
Matteo Vinci, Marina Lipizer, and Alessandra Giorgetti
Sensor Nanny, data management services for marine observation operators
Thomas Loubrieu, Jérôme Détoc, Arnaud Thorel, and Hamza Azelmat
Analysis of ocean in situ observations and web-based visualization
Alexander Barth, Sylvain Watelet, Charles Troupin, Aida Alvera Azcarate, Giorgio Santinelli, Gerrit Hendriksen, Alessandra Giorgetti, and Jean-Marie Beckers
Validation of Ferrybox Observations and Comparison between Ferrybox Ferries
Seppo Kaitala, Jukka Seppälä, Petri Maunula, Kari Y. Kallio, and Jani Ruohola
Following the session, during lunch time (12.15 - 13.15 - SPM12) there will be a splinter meeting organised by the EMODnet MedSea Checkpoint team with following objectives:
- to raise awareness on the concept of EMODnet Regional CheckPoints
- to receive feedback from a large research community on the partial results of the checkpoints to date.