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Big-data systems are increasingly important for solving the data-driven problems in many science domains including geosciences. However, existing big-data systems cannot support the self-describing data formats such as NetCDF which are commonly used by scientific communities for data distribution and sharing. This limitation presents a serious hurdle to the further adoption of big-data systems by science domains and prevents scientific users from leveraging these systems to improve theirdoi:10.1109/bigdata.2015.7363978 dblp:conf/bigdataconf/BiookaghazadehX15 fatcat:cgp433manne55daz6n4ll2jqdi