Ocean Data Product Integration Through Innovation-The Next Level of Data Interoperability.
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Buck, Justin J. H.
Bainbridge, Scott J.
Burger, Eugene F.
Kraberg, Alexandra C.
Casey, Kenneth S.
Del Rio, Joaquin
Fischer, Philipp F.
Buttigieg, Pier Luigi
Pearlman, Jay S.
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In the next decade the pressures on ocean systems and the communities that rely on them will increase along with impacts from the multiple stressors of climate change and human activities. Our ability to manage and sustain our oceans will depend on the data we collect and the information and knowledge derived from it. Much of the uptake of this knowledge will be outside the ocean domain, for example by policy makers, local Governments, custodians, and other organizations, so it is imperative that we democratize or open the access and use of ocean data. This paper looks at how technologies, scoped by standards, best practice and communities of practice, can be deployed to change the way that ocean data is accessed, utilized, augmented and transformed into information and knowledge. The current portal-download model which requires the user to know what data exists, where it is stored, in what format and with what processing, limits the uptake and use of ocean data. Using exam.....
JournalFrontiers in Marine Science
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.a
Essential Ocean Variables (EOV)N/A
CitationBuck, J.J.H., Bainbridge, S.J., Burger, E.F., Kraberg, A.C., Casari, M., et al (2019) Ocean Data Product Integration Through Innovation-The Next Level of Data Interoperability. Frontiers in Marine Science, 6:32, 19pp. DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2019.00032
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