Chapter 17 Cloud computing research for geosciences. Chaowei Yang, Qunying Huang, Zhipeng Gui , Zhenlong Li, Chen Xu , Yunfeng Jiang, and Jing Li. Learning Objectives. Understanding the future research directions of cloud computing for geosciences Geoscience Application Visions
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Chaowei Yang, Qunying Huang, ZhipengGui, Zhenlong Li, Chen Xu, Yunfeng Jiang, and Jing Li
What are the most advanced geoscience research and applications you have in your organization?
How that drives the computing infrastructure demands?
What are the cloud computing adoption challenges you have?
How did you coordinate computing sharing within your organization, collaborators, and other organizations.
How cloud service could be advanced to address those problems?
Digital Earth vision:
Craglia, M., K. de Bie, D. Jackson et al. 2012 Digital Earth 2020: towards the vision for the next decade. International Journal of Digital Earth 5, no. 1: 4-21.
Earth Science Research Needs:
NRC, 2012a, International Science in the National Interest at the U.S. Geological Survey, The national academies press, Washington DC, 161pp.
NRC, 2012b, New Research Opportunities in the Earth Sciences, The national academies press, Washington DC, 117pp.
Cloud Computing Research Needs:
Yang, C., Y. Xu, and D. Nebert. 2013. Redefining the Possibility of Digital Earth and Geosciences with Spatial Cloud Computing, International Journal of Digital Earth, 6 (4) 1-15.