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Supporting the climate community by providing common metadata for climate modelling digital repositories: The metafor project

Callaghan, Sarah and Morgan, Mark and Guilyardi, Eric and Vaicke, Sophie and Pascoe, Charlotte L and Lawrence, Bryan N and Allas, Antoinette and Balaji, V and Bentley, Phil and Bojariu, Roxana and Budich, Reinhard and Cofino, Antonio S and DeLuca, Cecilia and Denvil, Sebastien and Devine, Gerry M and Doblas Reyes, Francisco J and Dunlap, Rocky and Elkington, Mark and Fairhead, Laurent and Ford, Rupert and Fusco, Luigi and Hazeleger, Wilco and Henderson, Ian and Kindermann, Stephen and Kolaninski, Michel and Lautenschlager, Michael and Moine, Marie-Pierre and Murphy, Sylvia and Ramthun, Hans and Riley, Graham and Slavin, Paul and Steenman-Clark, Lois and Stock, Kristin and Taylor, Karl and Toussaint, Frank and Treshansky, Allyn (2011) Supporting the climate community by providing common metadata for climate modelling digital repositories: The metafor project. Other. UNSPECIFIED.

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Abstract

A poster to highlight common metadata for climate modelling repositories to support the climate community. There is more interest than ever in the results of climate models; users are no longer limited to the scientific and academic communities, and can now be found in as diverse areas as local government, policy and the general public. Climate modeling is a complex process, which requires accurate and complete metadata (data describing data) in order to identify, assess and use the climate data stored in digital repositories and made available to these users.

Item Type: Monograph (Other)
Subjects: Data and Information
Computer Science
Earth Sciences
Meteorology and Climatology
Depositing User: Miss Hayley Gray
Date Deposited: 24 Jun 2015 14:49
Last Modified: 21 Apr 2017 11:05
URI: http://cedadocs.ceda.ac.uk/id/eprint/1165

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