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Pilot projects for publishing and citing ocean data

Ed Urban, Adam Leadbetter, Gwenaelle Moncoiffe, Peter Pissierssens, Lisa Raymond, Linda Pikula
2012 EOS  
doi:10.1029/2012eo430001 fatcat:f5johnc6lnhvzotiosamq6akgy

The AMT data management experience

Claudia Castellani, Gwenaëlle Moncoiffé, Juan Brown
2009 Deep-sea research. Part II, Topical studies in oceanography  
11 As the UK's National marine data centre, a key responsibility of the British Oceanographic 12 Data Centre (BODC) is to provide data management support for the scientific activities of 13 complex multidisciplinary long term research programmes. Since the initial cruise in 1995, the 14 NERC funded Atlantic Meridional Transect (AMT) project has undertaken 18 north-south 15 transects of the Atlantic Ocean. As the project has evolved there has been a steady growth in 16 the number of
more » ... the data volume, complexity and the demand for data. BODC 17 became involved in AMT in 2002 at the beginning of phase II of this programme and since 18 then has provided continuous support to both the AMT and wider scientific community 19 through rescue, quality control, processing and access to the data. The data management 20 comprises a team of specialist data managers using a sophisticated infrastructure of software 21 and hardware to manage, integrate and serve the physical, biological and chemical data. Here, 22 we discuss the approach adopted, techniques applied and some guiding principles for 23 management of large multi-disciplinary programmes. 24 25 * Corresponding author: 26 27 28
doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2008.10.007 fatcat:ksl6dcjmavdcxnqqahowylqlqi

The I-ADOPT Interoperability Framework for FAIRer data descriptions of biodiversity [article]

Barbara Magagna and Ilaria Rosati and Maria Stoica and Sirko Schindler and Gwenaelle Moncoiffe and Anusuriya Devaraju and Johannes Peterseil and Robert Huber
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Biodiversity, the variation within and between species and ecosystems, is essential for human well-being and the equilibrium of the planet. It is critical for the sustainable development of human society and is an important global challenge. Biodiversity research has become increasingly data-intensive and it deals with heterogeneous and distributed data made available by global and regional initiatives, such as GBIF, ILTER, LifeWatch, BODC, PANGAEA, and TERN, that apply different data
more » ... practices. In particular, a variety of metadata and semantic resources have been produced by these initiatives to describe biodiversity observations, introducing interoperability issues across data management systems. To address these challenges, the InteroperAble Descriptions of Observable Property Terminology WG (I-ADOPT WG) was formed by a group of international terminology providers and data center managers in 2019 with the aim to build a common approach to describe what is observed, measured, calculated, or derived. Based on an extensive analysis of existing semantic representations of variables, the WG has recently published the I-ADOPT framework ontology to facilitate interoperability between existing semantic resources and support the provision of machine-readable variable descriptions whose components are mapped to FAIR vocabulary terms. The I-ADOPT framework ontology defines a set of high level semantic components that can be used to describe a variety of patterns commonly found in scientific observations. This contribution will focus on how the I-ADOPT framework can be applied to represent variables commonly used in the biodiversity domain.
arXiv:2107.06547v1 fatcat:r3xl5pwov5evhipic3e75oaelm

Data services in ocean science with a focus on the biology [chapter]

Joana Beja, Leen Vandepitte, Abigail Benson, Anton Van de Putte, Dan Lear, Daphnis De Pooter, Gwenaëlle Moncoiffé, John Nicholls, Nina Wambiji, Patricia Miloslavich, Vasilis Gerovasileiou
2022 Ocean Science Data  
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doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-823427-3.00006-2 fatcat:4xcbtjwr4nfqzdwmytciy3isee

Expanding the Ocean Biogeographic Information System (OBIS) beyond species occurrences

Pieter Provoost, Daphnis De Pooter, Ward Appeltans, Nicolas Bailly, Sky Bristol, Klaas Deneudt, Menashè Eliezer, Ei Fujioka, Alessandra Giorgetti, Philip Goldstein, Mirtha Lewis, Marina Lipizer (+15 others)
2017 Biodiversity Information Science and Standards  
Data providers in the Ocean Biogeographic Information System (OBIS) network are not just recording species occurrences, they are also recording sampling methodology details and ‡
doi:10.3897/tdwgproceedings.1.20515 fatcat:3ezl4sqpivfw3n6p6exs2tdzky

Expanding the Ocean Biogeographic Information System (OBIS) beyond species occurrences

Daphnis De Pooter, Ward Appeltans, Nicolas Bailly, Sky Bristol, Klaas Deneudt, Menashè Eliezer, Ei Fujioka, Alessandra Giorgetti, Philip Goldstein, Mirtha Lewis, Marina Lipizer, Kevin Mackay (+15 others)
2017 Biodiversity Information Science and Standards  
The Ocean Biogeographic Information System (OBIS) aims to integrate smaller, isolated datasets into a larger, more comprehensive picture of life in our oceans. Therefore, OBIS ‡
doi:10.3897/tdwgproceedings.1.20196 fatcat:73sr6xfblzg4rfeihwiwqnaybe

Toward a new data standard for combined marine biological and environmental datasets - expanding OBIS beyond species occurrences

Daphnis De Pooter, Ward Appeltans, Nicolas Bailly, Sky Bristol, Klaas Deneudt, Menashè Eliezer, Ei Fujioka, Alessandra Giorgetti, Philip Goldstein, Mirtha Lewis, Marina Lipizer, Kevin Mackay (+15 others)
2017 Biodiversity Data Journal  
doi:10.3897/bdj.5.e10989 pmid:28325978 pmcid:PMC5345125 fatcat:vwrxl4kahjdc5h4icwjvsq7jg4

Progress made on standardization of flow Cytometry data

Soumaya Lahbib, Melilotus Thyssen, Gérald Grégori, Maurice Libes, Gwenaelle Moncoiffé, Lennert Tyberghein
2017 Plenary Meeting, Athens   unpublished

Guidelines and forms for gathering marine litter data: beach and seafloor trawlings. Version 11/01/2021 [article]

Francois Galgani, Alessandra Giorgetti, Morgan Le Moigne, Alberto Brosich, Matteo Vinci, Marina Lipizer, Eugenia Molina, Neil Holdsworth, Reiner Schlitzer, Georg Hanke, Gwenaelle Moncoiffe, Dick Schaap (+4 others)
Moncoiffe, A. Brosich, E. Molina, M. Lipizer, N. Holdsworth, R. Schlitzer, G. Hanke, D.  ... 
doi:10.25607/obp-1020 fatcat:2ovmc6r62jbd7fkbmo7mgg4eci

INTERGOVERNMENTAL OCEANOGRAPHIC COMMISSION (of UNESCO) Twenty-first Session of the IOC Committee on International Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange (IODE-XXI) Report of the IODE Group of Experts on Biological and Chemical Data Management and Exchange Practices (GE-BICH)

Gwenaëlle Moncoiffé, Sergey Konovalov
2011 unpublished
Finally, as per IODE--XIX.2 recommendation, 3 of GE--BICH long--term members (Dr Gwenaëlle Moncoiffé, Ms Mary Kennedy, and Mr Alexander Kouznetsov) had reached the end of their mandate.  ...  of samples data held in oceanographic databases starting with major nutrients and oxygen measurements; the outcomes from the workshop were presented at IMDIS 2010, Paris, France, March 29--31, 2010 (Moncoiffé  ...  Dr Moncoiffé noted that GE--BICH needs to renew 3 of its long--term members in 2011 and IOC member states have been invited to nominate suitable candidates for replacement.  ... 

Productividad primaria del fitoplancton en la bahía de Mochima, Venezuela

Federico González, Evelyn Zoppi de Roa, Edie Montiel
2006 Investigaciones marinas  
Según Moncoiffé Gwenaëlle et al. (2000) en los sistemas pelágicos con baja entrada de materia orgánica externa, la productividad primaria es el principal recurso de carbono orgánico y el balance entre  ...  les en ecosistemas variables, según Moncoiffé et al. (2000) . Los eventos de surgencia han sido muy estudiados especialmente por Fortier & Gagné (1990 ) y D'Croz et al. (1991 , entre otros.  ... 
doi:10.4067/s0717-71782006000200004 fatcat:xhurr2qe2fafhb24uwaam4bvxu

Facilitating open exchange of data and information

James Gallagher, John Orcutt, Pauline Simpson, Dawn Wright, Jay Pearlman, Lisa Raymond
2015 Earth Science Informatics  
(Gwenaelle Moncoiffe, 2011). published data which requires domain experts more likely found in domain focused data centres.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12145-014-0202-2 fatcat:4rztmbm6vjgodnisessqu6impi

Ocean Acidification: A Critical Emerging Problem for the Ocean Sciences

Scott Doney, William Balch, Victoria Fabry, Richard Feely
2009 Oceanography  
Fabry, Lina Hansson, Jeremy Blackford, Scott Doney, Marion Gehlen 4.2 Safeguarding and Sharing Ocean acidification knowledge Stéphane Pesant, Leslie Allan Hook, Roy Lowry, Gwenaelle Moncoiffe, Anne-Marin  ... 
doi:10.5670/oceanog.2009.93 fatcat:xowwmgrtwnhxhazqjyzgjl3bcm

The GEOTRACES Intermediate Data Product 2017

Reiner Schlitzer, Robert F. Anderson, Elena Masferrer Dodas, Maeve Lohan, Walter Geibert, Alessandro Tagliabue, Andrew Bowie, Catherine Jeandel, Maria T. Maldonado, William M. Landing, Donna Cockwell, Cyril Abadie (+274 others)
2018 Chemical Geology  
The GEOTRACES Intermediate Data Product 2017 (IDP2017) is the second publicly available data product of the international GEOTRACES programme, and contains data measured and quality controlled before the end of 2016. The IDP2017 includes data from the Atlantic, Pacific, Arctic, Southern and Indian oceans, with about twice the data volume of the previous IDP2014. For the first time, the IDP2017 contains data for a large suite of biogeochemical parameters as well as aerosol and rain data
more » ... ising atmospheric trace element and isotope (TEI) sources. The TEI data in the IDP2017 are quality controlled by careful assessment of intercalibration results and multi-laboratory data comparisons at crossover stations. The IDP2017 consists of two parts: (1) a compilation of digital data for more than 450 TEIs as well as standard hydrographic parameters, and (2) the eGEOTRACES Electronic Atlas providing an on-line atlas that includes more than 590 section plots and 130 animated 3D scenes. The digital data are provided in several formats, including ASCII, Excel spreadsheet, netCDF, and Ocean Data View collection. Users can download the full data packages or make their own custom selections with a new on-line data extraction service.
doi:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2018.05.040 fatcat:222e62tacfgg7aebn7vev3lk6u