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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

Peter Turner, CSIRO/CAWCR

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


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


aodaac1-mel.vic.csiro.auaodaac2-cbr.act.csiro.auand iVec Perth

imos.org.au


Integrated Satellite Data System


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


Australian Oceans DAAC Architecture


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)

  • 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


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!


Peter Turner, CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research Hobart


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