OGS, on behalf of the SeaDataCloud partnership, is organizing the SeaDataCloud User Workshop, which will be held via webinar on 17th September at 10 am (UTC+2).
The SeaDataCloud is an EU H2020 programme aimed at advancing the SeaDataNet infrastructure: a powerful virtual data management system providing integrated and standardized data and products on-line.
- Currently, over 100 National Oceanographic Data Centres from 34 European coastal states make up the SeaDataNet network, giving access to more than 2.0 million high quality data sets.
- Data, spanning from physical oceanography, chemistry, geology, to geophysics, bathymetry and biology, have been collected by using a kaleidoscope of remote sensing and in situ instruments.
Registration and online attendance to the training are free of charge.
Please fill in the registration form by clicking Here
Main topic and Goal
- Computer scientists and marine researchers will illustrate data services, metadata services and software tools provided by SeaDataNet.
Target audience and benefits
- The workshop is intended for marine sciences excellence: researchers and any other professional needing data for different purposes (e.g. ecosystem modelling or prediction, management, implementation of EU or international legislation).
- Attending the webinar will help to realize the advantages of the SeaDataNet infrastructure. Participants will become confident with the SeaDataNet data flow system: from data extraction, by means of the discovery interface, to data elaboration, through the software tools.
For further information National Oceanographic Data Centre (OGS-NODC) email@example.com
10:00-10:10 - Welcome and introduction
Michele Fichaut - IFREMER
10:10–10:30 - Discovering data
Peter Thijsse - Marine Information Service - MARIS
SeaDataNet data discovery and access services
10:30-10:40 Feedback questions
10:40-11:00 - Exploring data
Sebastian Mieruch-Schnülle - Alfred Wegener Institute - AWI
Ocean Data View Software to the Web
11:00-11:10 - Feedback questions
11:25-11:45 - Analysing data
Charles Troupin - University of Liege – ULG/GHER
Data-Interpolating Variational Analysis (DIVA)
11:45-11:55 -Feedback questions
11:55-12:15 - Debriefing and conclusion
Elena Partescano, Matteo Vinci – OGS/NODC