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Environmental Data Archival: Practices and Benefits

Parton, Graham A (2011) Environmental Data Archival: Practices and Benefits. In: Royal Meteorological Society Special Interest Group Meeting: Transmission, presentation and archiving of meteorological data, Wednesday 5th October 2011, British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge.

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Abstract

An overview of the reasons why archiving environmental data properly is an important activity and the benefits to both data suppliers and end users. The talk will give examples from the work of the Centre for Environmental Data Archival at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory which runs both of NERC's British Atmospheric and Earth Observation Data Centres (BADC and NEODC) covering data delivery, archiving, discovery, visualisation and manipulation services at a facility responsible for over 1 Pb of important environmental data.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Speech)
Subjects:Data and Information
Atmospheric Sciences
ID Code:895
Deposited By:Dr Graham Parton
Deposited On:10 Oct 2011 14:28
Last Modified:29 Apr 2013 15:49

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