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29 October 2007 Atmospheric data access for the geospatial user community
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Historically the atmospheric and meteorological communities are separate worlds with their own data formats and tools for data handling making sharing of data difficult and cumbersome. On the other hand, these information sources are becoming increasingly of interest outside these communities because of the continuously improving spatial and temporal resolution of e.g. model and satellite data and the interest in historical datasets. New user communities that use geographically based datasets in a cross-domain manner are emerging. This development is supported by the progress made in Geographical Information System (GIS) software. The current GIS software is not yet ready for the wealth of atmospheric data, although the faint outlines of new generation software are already visible: support of HDF, NetCDF and an increasing understanding of temporal issues are only a few of the hints.
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John van de Vegte, Wim-Jan Som de Cerff, Gijsbertus H. J. van den Oord, Raymond Sluiter, Ian A. van der Neut, Maarten Plieger, Richard M. van Hees, Richard A. M. de Jeu, Michael E. Schaepman, Marc R. Hoogerwerf, Nikée E. Groot, Ben Domenico, Stefano Nativi, and Olga V. Wilhelmi "Atmospheric data access for the geospatial user community", Proc. SPIE 6749, Remote Sensing for Environmental Monitoring, GIS Applications, and Geology VII, 674910 (29 October 2007);


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