Presentation on theme: "FP7-Infra-2011-2.1.1 : Design studies for European Research Infrastrutures 1st October 2011 – 31st December 2014 Duration 39 months – Periods : 2 (month."— Presentation transcript:
FP7-Infra-2011-2.1.1 : Design studies for European Research Infrastrutures 1st October 2011 – 31st December 2014 Duration 39 months – Periods : 2 (month 18 – month 39) Grant Agreement No: 284321 ; Total budget : 3,5 M€ http://www.groom-fp7.eu 19 partners from cy, de, fr, gr, it, no, es, uk “Gliders for Research, Ocean Observation and Management” General Assembly
WP 3 scientific innovation WP3.2 data flow and processing Thierry Carval, Justin Buck, Tomeu Garau, …
WP1 Project S/T Coordination WP1 Project S/T Coordination WP4 Targeted Experiments WP4 Targeted Experiments WP5 Observatory Infrastructure WP5 Observatory Infrastructure WP3 Scientific Innovation WP3 Scientific Innovation WP2 Integration in the GOOS WP2 Integration in the GOOS WP2.1 Assessment of a glider component in the GOOS WP2.2 Legal framework WP2.3 Financial framework WP3.3 Capacity building and training, outreach WP3.2 Data flow and processing WP3.1 New contributions of glider for marine research WP4.2 Fleet missions WP4.1 Endurance lines WP5.3 Mission planning and analysis WP5.2 Glider payload assessment WP5.1 Ground segment description WP1.1 Project coordination WP5.4 Estimated setup and running costs WP1.2 Internal & external communication WP4.3 Synergies with other platforms WP6 Project Management WP6 Project Management Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014
WP 3 scientific innovation WP3.2 data flow and processing Context of the WP in the project : project scheme WP plan and objectives List of Tasks …. color1, color2, color3, color4, color5 Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014
Objectives related to tasks … Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014
Work progress through tasks Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014
Glider data management, the international level Groom is EU project for ocean observation from glider platforms. Groom WP3.2 is developing a robust data management for glider observations and metadata. Groom glider observations and metadata are preserved and distributed in a standard NetCDF time-series organized by glider-deployment. Glider NetCDF deployment files follow the CF convention. –NetCDF : the main format used by the ocean-atmosphere science community (V3.6) –CF : Climate and forecast convention (V1.6)
Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014 Glider data management, the international level The Groom NetCDF CF implementation is a significant effort to promote the use of glider data and metadata in ocean- atmosphere science community. The Groom NetCDF CF data and metadata format is described in the "Groom glider user's manual" available on: –http://www.coriolis.eu.org/Observing-the-Ocean/GLIDERS/EGO- gliders/EGO-Glider-data-management/A-NetCDF-implementation-for- glider-observationshttp://www.coriolis.eu.org/Observing-the-Ocean/GLIDERS/EGO- gliders/EGO-Glider-data-management/A-NetCDF-implementation-for- glider-observations
Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014 Link with Argo data management Argo is the international program dedicated to operational ocean observations from an array of more than 3000 active profiling floats. Argo program has a strong data-management activity. Argo data and metadata are preserved and distributed in an internationally agreed NetCDF CF format described in "Argo user's manual". Groom data management is an Argo young brother in the ocean observation family.
Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014 Link with Argo data management The Argo and Groom NetCDF implementation share the same basic principal structures –NetCDF CF formats –A common description of parameters The parameters observed from a glider and an Argo profiling float come from the same sensors What are the differences between an Argo float NetCDF file and a Groom glider NetCDF file ? –The specialization to describe the platform behavior A glider has several deployments with distinct sensor configurations and calibrations A float is deployed once with a unique configuration and no post recovery data A glider has a much richer technical and engineering information than a float
Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014 International links with glider projects We developed strong links with US OOI project and Australia IMOS project In December 2013, in parallel with ODIP meeting (the EU-US- Australia Ocean Data Interoperability Project), a meeting was organized between US OOI, Australia IMOS and EU Groom data managers.
Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014 International links with glider projects We reviewed, compared and agreed to adopt compatible practices. –The IMOS-ANFOG glider data management manual is based on Groom data management manual. In addition to Groom manual, it incorporates features related to Australia's IMOS and ANFOG national projects. –OOI uses NetCDF CF to preserve and distribute glider observations. OOI does not have a specific and detailed data management manual for glider. The Groom-OOI-IMOS glider data managements are compatible. We work together on a common action list, to further enhance the compatibility of Groom-OOI-IMOS glider data.
Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014 International links with glider projects In particular –Adopt the OOI smart metadata description for gliders : a "void" variable for each system component with a series of attributes to store metadata. Components : the glider platform, each glider sensors –DOIs –Xxx –Yyy –zzz
Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014 Significant Results International links with glider projects We agreed that an international data management organization very close to Argo data management is the good way to go. Based on a PI – DAC – GDAC organization Groom is building the European DAC, OOI the US DAC and IMOS the Australian DAC. Further efforts are needed to build a GDAC mirrored in each continent. A GDAC would provide a global, homogeneous and continuously managed data set of glider data and metadata.
Final General Assembly – Paris, France – September 19, 2014 International links with glider projects More on international relations MEDS-Canada is following with interest the Groom-OOI-IMOS glider activity. Links with Asian colleagues (Japan, China, Korea, India) are yet to be initiated.