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Discovery and delivery of space geodetic data products from distributed archives

Discovery and Delivery of Space Geodetic Data Products from Distributed Archives

PI: Frances Boler, UNAVCO

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  • Modernize mechanisms for exchange of metadata for space geodetic products among established archives

  • Improve user discovery and access to a comprehensive catalog of available products through implementation of the modernized GSAC-WS (Geodetic Seamless Archive Centers - Web Services)

  • Incorporate new science-based quality control (QC) parameters to enable users to better identify data products applicable for their domain

The modernized GSAC-WS system will provide comprehensive geodetic data search and access across multiple archives

  • UNAVCO’s Software Engineer was hired

  • An intensive one-day project kickoff meeting was held in Boulder with representation from all partner institutions

  • A one-day technical meeting to discuss the project metadata schema, software architecture, and existing resources was held at UCSD

  • Project web tools were set up to facilitate information sharing in this multi-institutional effort

  • A poster covering the project goals and methods was presented at the IGS (International GNSS Service) Infrastructure Meeting held in June, 2010

Carey Noll, GSFC CDDIS; Yehuda Bock, UCSD; Geoff Blewitt, UNR; Corne Kreemer, UNR

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1 July 2010


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