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Earth Science Data Analytics: Definitions, Techniques and Skills

Steve Kempler, Tiffany Mathews
2017 Data Science Journal  
Earth Science Data Analytics (ESDA) comprises the techniques and skills needed to holistically extract information and knowledge from all sources of available, often heterogeneous, data sets.  ...  This paper reports on the ground breaking efforts of the Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) ESDA Cluster in defining ESDA and identifying ESDA methodologies.  ...  and encouragement.  ... 
doi:10.5334/dsj-2017-006 fatcat:hvphedgtufdjlfzdjq3mwkntyi

Earth Science Information Partners, Vision for the Future of Cyberinfrastructure

Emily Law, Christine White, Stace Beaulieu, Wade Bishop, James Bowring, Sky Bristol, Dave Jones, Leslie Hsu, Soren Scott, Ruth Duerr, Erin Robinson, Bruce Caron
2017 Figshare  
ESIP is a community of data and information technology practitioners who collaborate across Earth science organizations.  ...  Fully taking advantage of the analytical resources available through big earth science data is another challenge, and the last is better support for research code and information provenance to improve  ...  Big Earth Science Data: In addition to challenges in integration and communication, there are challenges in analysis and modeling with the higher volume and frequency of data used by today's Earth scientists  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.4831627 fatcat:b72bp2k225f3plojb7daxiq4eu

Earth observation brain (EOB): an intelligent earth observation system

Deren Li, Mi Wang, Zhipeng Dong, Xin Shen, Lite Shi
2017 Geo-spatial Information Science  
a state Key laboratory of information engineering in surveying, mapping and remote sensing (liesmars), Wuhan University, ABSTRACT Since the twenty-first century, with the rapid development of high-resolution  ...  To further enhance the perception, cognition, and quick response ability of the network, we propose the concept and model of the Earth Observation Brain (EOB) − the intelligent earth system based on events  ...  Academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1991, and Chinese Academy of Engineering and Euro-Asia Academy of Sciences in 1995.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10095020.2017.1329314 fatcat:um6yjkq6yze7lle6cnuoeg5vru

Geoinformatics: A Nascent Revolution in the Earth Sciences

M. Lee Allison, Walter S. Snyder, J. Douglas Walker
2002 GSA Today  
Within the spatially based scientific communities, including earth sciences, ocean and atmosphere sciences, and the biodiversity field, there is rapidly growing and widespread appreciation of the need  ...  We in the earth sciences community must assess our own needs, capabilities, and desires to join the informatics revolution. The rationale for this is clear.  ...  Relevant Links Additional Reading Bioinformatics for Biodiversity, special section, Science, v. 289, Sept. 29, 2000  ... 
doi:10.1130/1052-5173(2002)012<0017:ganrit>;2 fatcat:xp2yenk6yvelblqg6arjhadxce

Climate change

Steve M. Easterbrook
2010 Proceedings of the FSE/SDP workshop on Future of software engineering research - FoSER '10  
on earth systems, through to the information and control systems needed to build an effective carbon-neutral society.  ...  In this paper we map out the space in which our contributions are likely to be needed, and suggest a possible research agenda.  ...  The earth system modeling community understands many of these challenges, and is in the process of building the software infrastructure needed to better support modeling, data analysis and data sharing  ... 
doi:10.1145/1882362.1882383 dblp:conf/sigsoft/Easterbrook10 fatcat:s44siwwjlrcr3j4jnulofpmx4y

Geology and Public Policy Committee Activities and Goals

Lou Gilpin
2002 GSA Today  
In addition, geologists have a special responsibility in the field of education to ensure dissemination of accurate and appropriate earth science information to students, communities, and policy makers  ...  The public perception of the need for the geological sciences is not as accurate as their perception of the need for engineering.  ... 
doi:10.1130/1052-5173(2002)012<0010:gappca>;2 fatcat:fs24pxdtana3db23f3ttyefpva

Optimizing societal benefit using a systems engineering approach for implementation of the GEOSS space segment

Brian D. Killough, Jr., Stephen P. Sandford, L. DeWayne Cecil, Shelley Stover, Kim Keith, Stephen A. Mango, Stephen P. Sandford, Ranganath R. Navalgund, Haruhisa Shimoda
2008 GEOSS, CEOS, and the Future Global Remote Sensing Space System for Societal Benefits  
and presents a set of recommendations.  ...  The Group on Earth Observations (GEO) is driving a paradigm shift in the Earth Observation community, refocusing Earth observing systems on GEO Societal Benefit Areas (SBA).  ...  Designing the GEOSS to meet societal needs is more difficult than designing the GEOSS to meet science community needs.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.804848 fatcat:nlcgi3xp45eipcxihdwsafclv4

Page 403 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 120, Issue 4 [page]

1994 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
Similarly, the students’ mastery of computer science and the manipulation of geographic information systems 403  ...  think in terms of the needs of the applications community.  ... 

Digital Earth

Matthew N. O. Sadiku, Mahamadou Tembely, Sarhan M. Musa
2017 International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering  
Digital earth is a virtual representation of the earth, manifested as a multi-layer information facility. It is a multi-faceted computing system for education and research.  ...  As a global initiative, digital earth's goal is to improve social conditions, protect the immersive environment, and make sense of vast amounts of geo-referenced information about our planet.  ...  The digital earth ( is part of other advanced technologies including: earth observation, geo-information systems, global positioning systems, computer communication networks, virtual  ... 
doi:10.23956/ijarcsse/v7i4/01402 fatcat:ul5pzs5refbtjcyppbah3maasq

Natural Hazards Perspectives on Integrated, Coordinated, Open, Networked (ICON) Science

Sanjib Sharma, Kshitij Dahal, Lorenzo Nava, Manish Raj Gouli, Rocky Talchabhadel, Jeeban Panthi, Tirthankar Roy, Ganesh R. Ghimire
2022 Earth and Space Science  
There is growing recognition of the critical need to improve the understanding and prediction of natural hazards, characterize multihazard multisector risk, and enhance the communication of risk and its  ...  associated uncertainties to inform the design of effective risk management strategies (IPCC, 2021).  ...  The organization and institution mentioned in the study have no role in the design and funding of the study.  ... 
doi:10.1029/2021ea002114 fatcat:dpg7izqh7vfqjboh2ctvkutr2e

Geospatial Cyberinfrastructure: Past, present and future

Chaowei Yang, Robert Raskin, Michael Goodchild, Mark Gahegan
2010 Computers, Environment and Urban Systems  
as the environmental and Earth sciences).  ...  The evolution of GCI will produce platforms for geospatial science domains and communities to better conduct research and development and to better collect data, access data, analyze data, model and simulate  ...  Acknowledgements The authors acknowledge the support of a variety of GCI projects: a NASA interoperability project NNX07AD99G, an FGDC NSDI portal project G09AC00103, and a NASA HPC project SMD-08-0768  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2010.04.001 fatcat:lntkczb3yrghjaoyn7cp6uudfu

Page 162 of SRELS Journal of Information Management Vol. 26, Issue 2 [page]

1989 SRELS Journal of Information Management  
Administrative Science Quarterly30(4) December 1985: 462-481. Gralewska-Vickery, A. "Communication and information needs of earth science engineers."  ...  .: National Academy of Sciences: Na- tional Research Council, 1959. 1: 97-130 (Preprints 1 p. 87-120). Hall, Kevin R. and Eric Ritchie. “Study of communication behaviour in an R&D laboratory."  ... 

Page 109 of SRELS Journal of Information Management Vol. 25, Issue 2 [page]

1988 SRELS Journal of Information Management  
GRALEWSKA-VICKERY, “Communication and Information Needs of Earth Science EngineersInformation Processing and Management 12 No. 4 (1976) p.269.  ...  “The Complexity of Messages in Sciences and Engineering : An influence on patterns of Communication”, In Carnot E. Nelson and Donald K. Pollack, ed.  ... 

Opportunities & Challenges of AI/ML: Trends from the Space Weather Perspective [article]

Ryan McGranaghan, Barbara Thompson, Matthew Argall, Hazel Bain, Jacob Bortnik, Viacheslav Sadykov
A look at the trends and opportunities for artificial intelligence and machine learning in the space and Earth sciences.  ...  This was presented at the 2021 Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) Winter Meeting held virtually in January 2021.  ...  Need to incorporate physics into AI/ML, but physics-based models are expensive to run • Processing the volumes of data needed is prohibitive • Community-curated Github repo for data science and AI/ML resources  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.13728070.v1 fatcat:robmsazw6jcqfhojxvh4s4yp3i

A strategic vision for the Earth Sciences

W. Cavazza, F.P. Sassi
2004 Episodes  
Rationale Within and outside the Earth sciences community there is a need to redefine the position of the geosciences in the face of changing societal needs.  ...  The vision and scope of this document are developed in relation to four key issues for the Earth sciences at large: (i) new nearfuture opportunities, (ii) improvement of governmental and public perception  ...  The Earth sciences community is currently facing one of the biggest opportunities in its history, as research on the Earth sciences is now needed more than ever.  ... 
doi:10.18814/epiiugs/2004/v27i4/001 fatcat:jttvrql5hngzvjy4vvknebnebm
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