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Australian Oceans Distributed Active Archive Center. Peter Turner, CSIRO/CAWCR. IMOS is an initiative of the Australian Government being conducted as part of the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy. Credits.

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australian oceans distributed active archive center
Australian Oceans Distributed Active Archive Center

Peter Turner, CSIRO/CAWCR

IMOS is an initiative of the Australian Government being conducted as part of the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy

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Credits

Turner P.J1, E.A.King1, P.P.Y. Mak2,3, G.P. Smith1, K.D. Suber1, M.J. Paget1, C. J. Jackett1, P. Fearns4, A.L. Rohl5, F. Goessmann3,5, L. Majewski6, S. Reddy7, C. Steinberg8.

1.CSIRO Marine & Atmospheric Research, GPO Box 1538, Hobart, Tasmania, 7001;

2. Tasmanian Partnership for Advanced Computing (http://www.tpac.org.au);

3. Australian Research Collaboration Service (http://www.arcs.org.au);

4. Imaging & Applied Physics, Curtin University of Technology, GPO Box U1987, Perth, WA, 6845;

5. iVEC, \'The hub of advanced computing in Western Australia\', 26 Dick Perry Avenue, Technology Park, Kensington WA 6151;

6. Bureau of Meteorology, GPO Box 1289, Melbourne, Victoria, 3001;

7. Geoscience Australia, GPO Box 378, Canberra ACT 2601;

8. Australian Institute of Marine Science, PMB 3, Townsville, Queensland, 4810

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Objective

  • To deliver gridded satellite data products to the Australian Marine Research Community.

Requirements

  • To deliver data in near real time.
  • To automatically catalogue data sets.
  • To automatically manage meta-data.
  • To deliver time series data.
  • To provide data in a number of formats
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Graphical User Interface

Aggregator

Control scripts

Client / User Applications

Client / User Applications

Web Service Interface

OPeNDAP Interface

Web Query Service

Spatial Database

Metadata Harvester

OPeNDAP Servers

australian oceans daac gui beta
Australian Oceans DAAC GUI (beta)
  • incremental development
  • AJAX technology
  • Enhancements
  • Add more datasets with improved selection menu
  • Add a description for each dataset
  • Add a status indicator
  • Improve error indicators
  • Allow multiple requests
  • Add simple visualisation

www.marine.csiro.au/remotesensing/imos/aggregator.html

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Conclusions

  • We have build a system which can deliver satellite derived marine data products in near real time
  • The system is layered and can be accessed a number of ways
  • The system automatically harvests metadata information
  • The system has been built by reutilising existing technologies with some “glue” and the development of an aggregator and GUI
  • The system supports standards
  • IT SEEMS TO WORK AS EXPECTED!
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