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Ocean Observatories Initiative. Ocean Observatories Initiative Cyberinfrastructure. Karen Stocks OOI CI Data Curator University of California, San Diego. OOI Science Mission. OOI science themes Ocean-atmosphere exchange Climate variability, ocean circulation, and ecosystems

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Ocean observatories initiative cyberinfrastructure

Ocean Observatories Initiative

Ocean Observatories Initiative Cyberinfrastructure

  • Karen Stocks

  • OOI CI Data Curator

  • University of California, San Diego


Ooi science mission
OOI Science Mission

OOI science themes

  • Ocean-atmosphere exchange

  • Climate variability, ocean circulation, and ecosystems

  • Turbulent mixing and biophysical interactions

  • Fluid-rock interactions and the subseafloor biosphere

  • Plate-scale, ocean geodynamics

    Additional science foci

  • Ocean ecosystem health, climate change, carbon cycling, ocean acidification





Near real time data
Near-Real-Time data science and user

Streaming data w/latency of seconds

Why Near-Real-Time?

  • Facilitates rapid modeling and predictions

  • Enables geophysical event response

  • Supports disaster response

  • Enables observatory operations


Near real time ci
Near-Real-Time CI science and user

  • Publication/subscription service

  • Event/messaging-based system

  • Dynamic user interface

  • Automated quality control


Time series data
Time Series Data science and user

OOI has defined set of core data products it will produce over the 25-year timeframe of OOI.

These must be scientifically-meaningful time-series data able to support, for example, climate change research.


Long term data products
Long term data products science and user

Time series will span

  • deployments

  • redeployments

  • calibrations

  • recalibrations

  • instrument swaps

  • model changes

  • algorithm changes

  • platform changes…


Long term data products1
Long term data products science and user

Time series will span

  • deployments

  • redeployments

  • calibrations

  • recalibrations

  • instrument swaps

  • model changes

  • algorithm changes

  • platform changes…

= Event-driven system;

data & metadata models, and user interface designed for dynamic data


Ooi integrated observatory
OOI Integrated Observatory science and user

Observatory Requirements:Provide one integrated observatory interface to investigate observations, manage the observatory and its assets and collaborate with each other in teams.


Spiral development plan

CI Release-1: Data Distribution Network science and user

Provide framework for discovery and interaction based on data-intensive users’ needs

CI Release-2: Managed Instrument Network

Provide support for operations and maintenance of marine networks based on RSN and CGSN needs

CI Release-3: On Demand Measurement Processing

Provide dynamic analysis and visualization tools based on science communities’ user needs

CI Release-4: Interactive Ocean Observatory

Provide mission control and collaboration support based on science communities’ needs

Scientific Collaboration

General Science Users

ScienceExperts

Resource Providers

Spiral Development Plan


Release 2 late 2012 target instrument operation
Release 2 – Late 2012 science and userTarget: Instrument Operation

Fully managed instrument activation and control; ready for deployment on OOI moorings and cable infrastructure

  • Operate Marine Observatories

  • Operate Platforms and Instruments

  • Manage Instrument Lifecycle

  • Test and Troubleshoot Instruments

  • Acquire Data and Generate Data Products

  • Search Data

  • Visualize Data

  • Manage the Integrated Observatory Network



Release 3 late 2013
Release 3 – Late 2013 science and user

  • First broad public release supporting scientists, education, and the public.

  • The “externalization” of OOI CI will be fully developed in R3

    • data formats, services, and standards for interoperability with external communities and applications


Release 3 late 20131
Release 3 – Late 2013 science and user

  • First broad public release supporting scientists, education, and the public.

  • The “externalization” of OOI CI will be fully developed in R3

    • data formats, services, and standards for interoperability with external communities and applications


National data center submission
National Data Center Submission science and user

  • OOI falls under NSF data policy

  • Will submit (offer) all data to the appropriate National Data Center, as soon as possible after aquisition

  • Let’s talk…


Determined technologies standards

NetCDF CF science and user

NetCDF Attribute Convention for Dataset Discovery

ISO 19115 Geographic Metadata

OGC GML Application Schema – Coverages/ISO 19124 Schema for Coverage Geometry and Function

CF-NetCDF Encoding (a profile of DAP)

THREDDS & DAP

Determined technologies/standards


External observatory integration release 3

Create interoperability with select target communities. science and user

The initial target community is NOAA IOOS (data and metadata model mappings)

NEPTUNE Canada and the World Meteorological Organization later

Present the OOI-CI using the same interface as the existing IOOS Regional Associations (RA’s)

Enable acquisition of science data from external observatories (DAP, SOS, HFR, Glider, MetOcean Models)

Distribution of OOI-CI data via the services/protocols used by the IOOS RA’s (DAP, SOS)

External Observatory Integration (Release 3)


Summary
Summary science and user

  • CI supports instrument operation and data management as well as data access

  • Designed to support

    • Near-real-time data and access

    • Long-term time series

  • Iterative releases: late 2012 instrument management; late 2013 broad public release

  • Will interporate with other observatories, contribute to National Data Centers, and support community standards, services, and formats


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