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1 End-to-end Data Management for Operational Observation Systems Presented to the Summit on Long-Term Monitoring of the Gulf of Mexico Hypoxic Zone Sharon Mesick, NCDDC Ecosystem Program Manager January 2007

2 Overview End-to-end data management projects –SEAMAP / Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia Watch (pg 3) –WCO – NODC Conduit (Appendix B) Adopting best practices for an Operational Observation System

3 Five Data Management Functions Discover –Look, find and get data, data products and information Access –To data and information Archival –Storage and maintenance Products –Quality Assurance, development and maintenance Outreach –Facilitate stakeholder awareness

4 SEAMAP / Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia Watch Partnership project –NMFS, CoastWatch, NCDDC Manual data development process –Interoperable standards addressed Metadata, geospatial –Discovery, access, archive requirements met Multiple public access points

5 Hypoxia Watch Data Management Flow Products GIS & JPEG NODC Archival NCDDC Metadata Catalog NCDDC Clearinghouse Node MERMAid NCDDC Data Development Receive / QC data Geospatially enable Generate contours Generate metadata GIS Integration Product generation

6 Multiple Public Access Points Direct Data Access –Ocean Archive System Data Access Applications –Internet GIS Metadata Search –NCDDC Portal –FGDC Clearinghouse –Geospatial One Stop General Access –Hypoxia Web site

7 Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia Watch Program

8 West Coast Observing System Partnership project –NMSP, CeNCOOS, PISCO, NODC, NCDDC, others Operational, end-to-end system –Automated, extensible system –Interoperable standards addressed OPeNDAP, metadata, geospatial –Discovery, access, archive requirements met Multiple public access points

9 End-to-End Data Management

10 Multiple Public Access Points Direct Data Access –NODC OPeNDAP Server –OPeNDAP.org –Ocean Archive System Data Access Applications –Internet GIS –WCOS Portal Metadata Search –NCDDC Portal –FGDC Clearinghouse –Geospatial One Stop General Access –SIMoN (Sanctuary Integrated Monitoring Network) –CeNCOOS OceanObs

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12 Access Catalog Holdings Publish Hypoxia Catalog Website NCDDC FTP Server NODC Retrieval Process Hypoxia Catalog NCDDC WCO-NODC Conduit Hypoxia Watch LUMCON NGoM/CI Other NODC OPeNDAP Server NODC Archival NCDDC Metadata Catalog NCDDC Clearinghouse Node MERMAid Determine new data Retrieve new data and metadata Convert data Call XML-RPC server to generate and publish metadata Package results and send to FTP site XML-RPC Server Convert metadata to FGDC XML Publish to various systems SendRetrieve Publish Ingest Send Metadata for Conversion and Publishing Retrieve new Data and Metadata End-to-End Hypoxia Data Management

13 Summary WCOS – demonstrates an operational, automated system –Readily extensible Coral Reef Early Warning System Flower Garden Banks, other NMS Proposed hypoxia data management system ensures a strong integrated approach –Consistent data standards and procedures –Engages regional partners in data assembly –Supports discovery, access, delivery, and archive –Real-time, NRT and collections

14 Contacts: Russ Beard, NCDDC Acting Director Sharon Mesick, NCDDC Ecosystem Program Manager


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