ESSE Environmental Scenario Search Engine for the Data Services Grid. Mikhail Zhizhin , Geophysical Center Russian Academy of Sciences email@example.com Eric Kihn, National Geophysical Data Center NOAA Eric.A.Kihn@noaa.gov. www.wdcb.ru. Geophysical Center Russian Academy of Sciences
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Mikhail Zhizhin, Geophysical Center
Russian Academy of Sciences
Eric Kihn, National Geophysical Data Center NOAA
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SPIDR – Space Physics Interactive
Products ofLevel 1 (NASA terminology) take 10% of the Level 0 volume, but the number of the Level 1 products is increasing. If the volume of the Level 0 data grows as N, then the volume of Level 1 data is growing as N2.
June 6th, 1944, midnight
June 6th, 1944, 6 AM
June 6th, 1944, 12 AM
June 6th, 1944, 6 PM
Input: ground and satellite data fromSPIDR
Space weather numerical models
Output: high-resolution representation of the near-Earth space
Indexed lat-lon grids of time series in BLOBs
Fuzzy membership functions
(VERY LARGE “wind speed") AND
(AVERAGE "surface temperature") AND
(“relative humidity“ ABOUT 60%)
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE for Africais not the same asfor Syberia.
Select a set of "probes" (representing spatial locations of interest, e.g. New York) where the desired event may occur.
The user may search for a desired scenario by describing several subsequent events