Pangeo and Scalable Geoscience

Kevin Donkers Analysis, Visualisation & Data Team – UK MET Office   The UK Met Office is both the UK’s weather forecaster service, and its research institute for weather and climate science. With weather models ever increasing in volume and...
  • April 2, 2019
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Julia Kent Computational and Information Systems Laboratory – NCAR   With the rise of Big Earth Data, geoscientists (and scientists in general) are facing the daunting challenge of performing analysis on datasets that are increasingly large and unwieldy.  The Pangeo...
  • April 2, 2019
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Paul Branson Coastal Research Scientist – CSIRO   Tired of mirroring data? The complete archive of the Australian Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) is now available on a publicly accessible Amazon S3 bucket. Also, recently AARNET has provided 1TB of...
  • April 2, 2019
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Dr. James Munroe   Climate simulations, with coupled atmospheric, ocean, land, and ice models, generate significantly sized datasets. Dozens of three-dimensional variables are generated with years of model data generated at daily time intervals in addition to multi-year forecasts starting...
  • April 2, 2019
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Dr. Thomas Moore Decadal Climate Forecasting Project – CSIRO Scientists in climate research are struggling with both model output and observed data that are exploding in size.  Our nation’s supercomputers assimilate geoscience observations into coupled simulations of the oceans, atmosphere,...
  • April 2, 2019
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