Specifications for a European FerryBox data management system. WP5.3, D5.3. Version 1.1.
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Today observational data from FerryBoxes in both near real time and delayed mode is collected and stored by different data providers. The stored data may differ in both format and in quality controls performed. Some of the observations are made public and shared with open access, others are not. It is time-consuming for the users to visit different sites/data bases from different data providers and also complicated if the data offered is in different formats. This is applicable for most marine observational data and the reason for international databases/data like EMODnet, SeaDataNet (delayed mode) and CMEMS (near real time and delayed mode) with standardized formats and quality controls. The Copernicus Marine Environmental Monitoring Service (CMEMS) provides open access to marine data and information, with both a regional European and a global perspective. CMEMS focuse s on monitoring and forecasting . The online service includes sa.....
PublisherIFREMER for JERICO-NEXT
Series;NrJERICO-NEXT-WP5 - D5.3- 040917-V1.1;
Best Practice TypeBest Practice
CitationLinders, J. (2017) Specifications for a European FerryBox data management system.WP5, D5.3. Version 1.1. IFREMER for JERICO-NEXT, 11pp. (JERICO-NEXT-WP5-D5.3-040917-V1.1). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-216