NRT Data Management. Giuseppe M.R.Manzella, Franco Reseghetti - ENEA on behalf of the MFS /ADRICOSM VOS group:
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Giuseppe M.R.Manzella, Franco Reseghetti - ENEA
on behalf of the MFS/ADRICOSM VOS group:
M. Borghini – CNR – Italy, V. Cardin - OGS – Italy, A.Cruzado – CSIC CEAB – Spain, V. Dadic – IOF – Croatia, F. Grilli – CNR – Italy, C. Galli – CNR – Italy, M. I. Gertman – IOLR – Israel, V. Malacic – MBS – Slovenia, C. Millot – CNRS LOB COM – France, M. Morovic – IOF – Croatia, E. Oszoy – IMS METU – Turkey, C. Tziavos – HCMR – Greece, G. Zodiatis – UC OCY – Cyprus, G. Montanari – Daphne – Italy, S. Serra – Daphne – Italy, N. Smodakla – CMR – Croatia, M. Marini – CNR – Italy, and … many … many other colleagues …
An ideal sampling design is based on four goals:
- 1. provide repetitive measurements along transects from coast to coast,
2. the transects must cross significant dynamical features of the circulation,
3. the sampling distance should resolve, as well as possible, the mesoscale,
4. the technologies for data collection must be robust and simple, to be used on ships of opportunity, eventually by ship personnel.
Adricosm Pilot Project Adricosm Extension
From 1999 to 2006
Data selection through user friendly interface (geographical, temporal, parameter, quality selection) – Data downloading
Data view (spatial and temporal distribution, vertical profiles, data, metadata)
Format transformation (MedAtlas, ODV)
Format transformation from: