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TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn
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TERN Facility Portals - Stuart Phinn

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  • 1. Sustaining Long Term Ecosystem Research and Infrastructure2011 TERN Symposium - Day 2
  • 2. Session 1
    TERN Facility portals
    Presentation of portals for AusCover, Ozflux, Supersites, ACEAS, Eco-informatics, Coasts
    Morning tea
    Discussion session
  • 3. 2010 Round 2 funding
    Workshop
    Transformational change of regional landscapes: navigating planetary limits and resource constraints over the next five decades (Meyer: SA)
    Working Groups
    Determining precise estimates of modern biodiversity extinction rates (Bradshaw: SA)
    A cup half full? Thresholds and regime shifts in Australian freshwater ecosystems (Capon: QLD)
    Pyrogeography: Integrating and evaluating existing models of Australian fire regimes to predict climate change impacts (Murphy: TAS).
    Improving long-term predictions of carbon and nutrient dynamics in Australia's agroecosystems: assimilation of datasets from long-term research sites for verification of biophysical models of vegetation and soil changes (Henry: QLD)
    Extinction risks of frogs under climate change (Keith: NSW)
  • 4. 2010 Round 2 funding
    Workshop
    Transformational change of regional landscapes: navigating planetary limits and resource constraints over the next five decades (Meyer: SA)
    Working Groups
    Determining precise estimates of modern biodiversity extinction rates (Bradshaw: SA)
    A cup half full? Thresholds and regime shifts in Australian freshwater ecosystems (Capon: QLD)
    Pyrogeography: Integrating and evaluating existing models of Australian fire regimes to predict climate change impacts (Murphy: TAS).
    Improving long-term predictions of carbon and nutrient dynamics in Australia's agroecosystems: assimilation of datasets from long-term research sites for verification of biophysical models of vegetation and soil changes (Henry: QLD)
    Extinction risks of frogs under climate change (Keith: NSW)
    Next round opens May 16th.
    Notification on ACEAS web site
    www.aceas.org.au
  • 5. TERN Portals:(1) TERN’s context within the research data environment (2)The vision for the TERN portal(s)2011 TERN Symposium
  • 6. (1) TERN’s context within the research data environment
    Relationship to existing data collection & distribution
    Data definition(s)?
    Open access data sets
    Future needs for data collection and integration
  • 7.
    • TERN’s relationship to environmental data: collection, storage, analysis and distribution
    R.Woodcock, Auscope
  • 8.
    • TERN’s relationship to environmental data: collection, storage, analysis and distribution
    R.Woodcock, Auscope
  • 9.
    • TERN’s relationship to environmental data: collection, storage, analysis and distribution
    R.Woodcock, Auscope
  • 10.
    • TERN’s relationship to environmental data: collection, storage, analysis and distribution
    R.Woodcock, Auscope
  • 11. Data set definition(s)?
    A description of the research question(s)
    a description of the context of the field experiment
    a description of the experimental set-up
    report(s) containing raw measurementdata
    description of methods and script(s) of algorithms used to process the data
    report(s) containing processed data
    report(s) containing analysis and published results (if any)
  • 12. Open access (OA) data sets
    OA data is not common good. It is owned by the researchers who generated the data.
    Access to OA data is not unrestricted. Access to data is done via a gatekeeper who can restrict access to data sets depending on need and application.
    Use of OA data is not unconditional. Users of the TERN data have to abide by clearly stated and enforceable rules.
    OA data is not cost-free. TERN funds the installation and ongoing upkeep of infrastructure that is critical to the collection, storage, dissemination and re-use of the data.
  • 13. TERN – Data Collection and Portal Structures
  • 14.
    • TERN – Data Collection and Portal Structures
  • (2) The Vision for the TERN portal(s)
    Goals for TERN’s Portals
    Strategy for Developing TERN’s Portals
    Proposed Architecture for TERN’s Portals
    Status and Plans for TERN’s Portals
    Outline of the Portal Demonstrations and Feedback Requirements
  • 15. Goals for TERN’s Portals
    SCIENCE
    • Establish “long term” science as a priority for terrestrial ecosystem research
    • 16. Enable key ecosystem science groups to plan and organise long-term infrastructure and support
    TECHNOLOGY
    • Encourage the long-term sound data management practices by including data production and citation as research performance indicators
    • 17. Set the foundations for a permanently-held and curated data archive
    PEOPLE
    • Develop a network of “long term” research scientists
    • 18. Identify and organise groups to access suitable long term funding
  • Strategy for Developing TERN’s Portals
    • TERN is promoting an open access approach to ecosystem research data by:
    SCIENCE
    • The development and promotion of methods and tools for increased and improved re-use of data
    TECHNOLOGY
    • The development and deployment of a nationwide, robust and open cyber-infrastructure
    PEOPLE
    • Produce a paradigm shift in the practice of sharing, uploading and re-using research data sets
  • Strategies for Developing TERN’s Portals
    Building Australia’s terrestrial ecosystem data store
    Leverage existing large data stores.
    Fund large-scale data collection programs.
    Improve access to data for re-use
    Use existing protocols to document and store data
    Validate data against current standards before making them available to the research community.
  • 19. Proposed Architecture for TERN’s Portals
    TERN Facility portals
    SCIENCE
    Data are peer-reviewed
    Data stored for disciplinary research and analysis
    TECHNOLOGY
    Specialist metadata standards
    Domain-specific tools
    PEOPLE
    Local portal for a group of researchers
    The portal is the result of a partnership
    TERN-wide portal
    SCIENCE
    Data are reviewed by experts
    Data stored as a resource for data synthesis and eScience
    TECHNOLOGY
    Generalist m’data standards
    Cross-disciplinary tools
    PEOPLE
    Central gateway for the ecosystem research community
    The portal is the result of a collaboration
  • 20. National Environmental Information System
    Australian National Data Services
    International Programs
    International LTER Network
    NCRIS Programs
    TERN Portal
    IMOS Software and meta-data standards?
    ALA, AuScope Software and meta-data standards?
    International Ecosystem and Earth Obs. Network

    TERN Facilities

    Eco informatics
    ACEAS
    AusCover
    OzFlux
    • Proposed Architecture for TERN’s Portals
    To be advised
    Soils
    Coasts
    Plots
    LTERs
    Super-sites
    Scaling & Models
    Software Platform TBA TBAGeonet FTP
    Meta-Data Protocol TBA TBAISO19115 netCDF TBA TBA TBATBA
  • 21. National Environmental Information System
    Australian National Data Services
    International Programs
    International LTER Network
    NCRIS Programs
    TERN Portal
    IMOS Software and meta-data standards?
    ALA, AuScope Software and meta-data standards?
    International Ecosystem and Earth Obs. Network

    TERN Facilities

    Eco informatics
    ACEAS
    AusCover
    OzFlux
    • Proposed Architecture for TERN’s Portals
    To be advised
    Soils
    Coasts
    Plots
    LTERs
    Super-sites
    Scaling & Models
    Software Platform TBA TBAGeonet FTP
    Meta-Data Protocol TBA TBAISO19115 netCDF TBA TBA TBATBA
  • 22. National Environmental Information System
    Australian National Data Services
    International Programs
    International LTER Network
    NCRIS Programs
    TERN Portal
    IMOS Software and meta-data standards?
    ALA, AuScope Software and meta-data standards?
    International Ecosystem and Earth Obs. Network

    TERN Facilities

    Eco informatics
    ACEAS
    AusCover
    OzFlux
    • Proposed Architecture for TERN’s Portals
    To be advised
    Soils
    Coasts
    Plots
    LTERs
    Super-sites
    Scaling & Models
    Software Platform TBA TBAGeonet FTP
    Meta-Data Protocol TBA TBAISO19115 netCDF TBA TBA TBATBA
  • 23. National Environmental Information System
    Australian National Data Services
    International Programs
    International LTER Network
    NCRIS Programs
    TERN Portal
    IMOS Software and meta-data standards?
    ALA, AuScope Software and meta-data standards?
    International Ecosystem and Earth Obs. Network

    TERN Facilities

    Eco informatics
    ACEAS
    AusCover
    OzFlux
    • Proposed Architecture for TERN’s Portals
    To be advised
    Soils
    Coasts
    Plots
    LTERs
    Super-sites
    Scaling & Models
    Software Platform TBA TBAGeonet FTP
    Meta-Data Protocol TBA TBAISO19115 netCDF TBA TBA TBATBA
  • 24.
    • Status and Plans for TERN’s Portals
    TERN Facility portals
    Prototypes currently available from four facilities
    Data collection is under way
    Deployed in close consultation with the user community
  • 25.
    • Status and Plans for TERN’s Portals
    TERN Facility portals
    Prototypes currently available from four facilities
    Data collection is under way
    Deployed in close consultation with the user community
    TERN Portal
    Prototype will be available in the second half of 2011
    Leverages capabilities and expertise of ANDS and Ei
    Builds an “application” layer to allow a richer interaction with the data
  • 26. TERN Portals:(1) TERN’s context within the research data environment (2)The vision for the TERN portal(s)2011 TERN Symposium

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