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SAFARI 2000 Data Activities at the ORNL DAAC. Bob Cook 1 , Carroll Curtis 1 , Les Hook 1 , Tim Rhyne 1 , and Jeff Privette 2 1 Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, TN and 2 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Greenbelt, MD. ORNL DAAC?. Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s (ORNL)

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Safari 2000 data activities at the ornl daac

SAFARI 2000 Data Activities at the ORNL DAAC

Bob Cook1, Carroll Curtis1, Les Hook1,

Tim Rhyne1, and Jeff Privette2

1Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Oak Ridge, TN

and

2NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Greenbelt, MD


Ornl daac

ORNL DAAC?

Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s (ORNL)

Distributed Active Archive Center (DAAC)

www.daac.ornl.gov

  • archives and distributes data for terrestrial biogeochemistry and ecosystem dynamics, including field campaign data (BOREAS, LBA, SAFARI 2000)


Safari 2000 open data policy

SAFARI 2000 OpenData Policy

  • Provide timely access to data while protecting the intellectual property rights of students and investigators, and giving credit to data originators

  • SAFARI 2000 participants are expected to register their metadata in Mercury

  • SAFARI 2000 data will be made available project participants as soon as possible and to the public by June 30, 2003

  • Project data will be archived at the regional data center and at the ORNL DAAC or other DAAC (e.g., Langley or Goddard DAACs)


Safari 2000 data archived

SAFARI 2000 Data Archived

Goddard DAAC

  • MODIS Airborne Simulator Data

Langley DAAC

  • Air-MISR Data

  • MISR Data

    ORNL DAAC

  • Ames Airborne Sunphotometer Data

  • 25 regional SAFARI 2000 data sets

  • SAFARI 2000 CD #1


Safari 2000 activities at the ornl daac

SAFARI 2000 Activities at the ORNL DAAC

Provide data support to SAFARI 2000 investigators, including the Mercury system

  • Mercury is a web-based metadata search and data retrieval system

  • 36 SAFARI 2000 data sets registered in Mercury as of September 30

    • 9 by SAFARI 2000 data team

    • 27 by SAFARI 2000 investigators


Safari 2000 investigators whose metadata are searchable in mercury

Alleaume, Samuel

Aranibar, Julieta (3)

Bowyer, Paul

Bruegge, Carol J.

Bruintjes, Roelof T.

Burger, Roelof P. (2)

Campbell, James

Coetzee, Gerrie

Diner, David J.

Gatebe, Charles

Haywood, Jim M

Hobbs, Peter V.

Holben, Brent N.

Irish, Richard R.

King, Michael D.

Knjazihhin, Yuri

McGill, Matthew

Morisette, Jeffrey T.

Privette, Jeffrey L.

Revercomb, Hank E.

Roberts, Gareth

Thompson, Anne M.

Ward, Darold

Yokelson, Robert J.

SAFARI 2000 Investigators* whose metadata are searchable in Mercury

*First author only


Safari 2000 investigators whose data files are accessible via mercury

Alleaume, Samuel

Bruegge, Carol J.

Bruintjes, Roelof T. **

Burger, Roelof P.**

Campbell, James

Coetzee, Gerrie

Diner, David J.

Holben, Brent N.

Irish, Richard R.

King, Michael D.

Knjazihhin, Yuri

McGill, Matthew

Morisette, Jeffrey T.

Privette, Jeffrey L.

Revercomb, Hank E.

Roberts, Gareth

Thompson, Anne M.

Ward, Darold

SAFARI 2000 Investigators* whose data files are accessible via Mercury

*First author only

**Available to S2K Project participants


Safari 2000 mercury searching for data july 1 2001 september 30 2002

SAFARI 2000 Mercury: Searching for DataJuly 1, 2001 – September 30, 2002

Number


Safari 2000 most referred data sets july 1 2001 september 30 2002 180 data referrals 68 users

SAFARI 2000: Most Referred Data SetsJuly 1, 2001-September 30, 2002(180 data referrals, 68 users)


Safari 2000 data activities at the ornl daac

  • Subset from 1200 x 1200 km to 7 x 7 km to relate to field work

  • Reformat from HDF image into ASCII file of pixel values and QA flags, expanding as data are collected

Posting MODIS ASCII Subsets at the ORNL DAAC

  • MODIS Products:

    • Veg Index

    • fPAR / LAI

    • Future (2003)

    • PSN / NPP

    • NBAR and

    • Surface

    • Reflectance

    • Surface

    • Temperature

    • LC/LCC

Mongu Tower Site, 2001


Modis ascii subsets in southern africa

MODIS ASCII Subsets in Southern Africa

Current Sites (Collection 3 Processing)

  • Skukuza Tower (South Africa)

  • Mongu Tower (Zambia)

    Additional Sites (Collection 4 Processing; early 2003)

  • Maun Main Tower (Botswana)

  • Maun Floodplain Tower (Botswana)

  • Tshane (Botswana)

  • Okwa River Crossing (Botswana)

  • Pandamatenga (Botswana)

    Collection 4 backward processing will include historical MODIS data collected from as far back as March 2000


Next steps based on the safari 2000 data policy

Next steps: Based on the SAFARI 2000 Data Policy

  • SAFARI 2000 Investigators need to register their data sets in Mercury and make the metadata searchable

    • Regional investigators who initiated their registration at Siavonga

    • Contributors to the four special issues

    • Contributors to the SAFARI 2000 Synthesis Workshop

  • By June 30, 2003, all S2K investigators need to make their data available to the public

  • S2K Leadership needs to decide which data sets should be archived at NASA DAACs and at the regional data center

    • Data sets selected have to be thoroughly documented (understandable 20 years from now)


Safari 2000 legacy

SAFARI 2000 Legacy


Safari 2000 legacy your legacy in safari 2000

SAFARI 2000 LegacyYour Legacy in SAFARI 2000


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