publications

D 6.1 Networking Report - Pilot

Different expertise of the EarthServer-2 project partners gives the ability to reach out to a variety of different communities, including climate science, marine science, plane-tary science, Earth Observation and spatial databases.

Dissemination channels used span the entire width from more traditional scientific channels, such as scientific and technical conferences and publication, to more modern channels, including new media channels and interactive events, e.g. hackathons.

D 5.1 Standardization Report - Pilot

EarthServer-2 WorkPackage 5 addresses standardization. First, this means rigorously adopting standards as the sole client/server interfaces for the Web service oriented architecture chosen. However, it does not stop here, but – by tradition established in EarthServer-1 – actively shapes Big Data standards. Workpackage 5 partners, Jacobs University and Rasdaman Gmbh, are active in several bodies standardizing service interfaces on “datacubes”, i.e.: multi-dimensional arrays.

D 4.2. Data Management Plan – Update 1

This document sets out the Data Management Plan (DMP) for the EarthServer-2 project. The DMP includes a data register that will be maintained as a “live” document and updated as new data become available to the project. Periodic iterations of the DMP will be produced, providing a snapshot of the latest data register.

D 4.1 Service Operation Report - Pilot

This document outlines the domain specific data services created during the EarthServer-2 project utilizing the underlying software stack are being created. The services span multiple scientific domains. Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) has created the Marine Science Data Service, European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) has created the Climate Science Data Service, Meteorological Environmentas Earth Observation (MEEO) has created the Earth Observation Data Service, Jacobs University Bremen has created the Planetary Data Service.

D 3.1 Development Report - Pilot

This development report is the first of a series of documents that will be produced in the context of the WP3 work package. This document summarises the achievements and the progress made on tasks in WP3. Development is set within the context of the requirements set by the service partners in the WP4 work package and advances the EarthServer platform, rasdaman, in terms of functionality, scalability and usability.

EarthServer - Serving data from ECMWF's archive through OGC coverage services

As partner of the EU funded EarthServer2 project, ECMWF is exploring the provision of an online data exploration and analysis system based on the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) standards. Using these standards has the potential to open up services to a wider audience in users domains outside meteorology and climatology.

Earthserver - Opportunities and challenges of serving ECMWF's peta-sized archive through OGC web-services

ECMWF is partner of the EU-funded (Horizon2020) EarthServer-2 project and is setting up a web service that facilitates climate data access, exploration, analysis and visualisation based on Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) standards.  By doing this, ECMWF data shall become easier accessible to researchers and decision-makers of the MetOcean and GIS community.

Remote Sensing Data Analytics for Planetary Science with PlanetServer/EarthServer

Planetary Science datasets, beyond the change in the last two decades from physical volumes to internet-accessible archives, still face the problem of large-scale processing and analytics (e.g. Rossi et al., 2014, Gaddis and Hare, 2015). PlanetServer, the Planetary Science Data Service of the EC-funded EarthServer-2 project (#654367) tackles the planetary Big Data analytics problem with an array database approach (Baumann et al., 2014).

D 2.4 Initial Deployment Report

This document outlines the current state of the project’s partner’s data services.  This includes the version of the rasdaman software that has been installed as well as the operating system used.  All partners now have a running instance of rasdaman with published endpoints.  The installations include both Community Edition and Enterprise versions of rasdaman.

D 2.2 Data Management Plan

This document will set out the Data Management Plan (DMP) for the EarthServer-2 project. The DMP will include a data register which will be maintained as a “live” document and updated as new data become available to the project. Periodic iterations of the DMP will be produced, providing a snapshot of the latest data register.

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