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Slides presented at the "4th Session of the IODE Group of Experts on Biological and Chemical Data Management and Exchange Practices (GE-BICH-IV)" which took place on 27-30 January 2009 in Oostende, …

Slides presented at the "4th Session of the IODE Group of Experts on Biological and Chemical Data Management and Exchange Practices (GE-BICH-IV)" which took place on 27-30 January 2009 in Oostende, Belgium

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  • 1. GeBich IV Oostende - 27th to 30th January 2009 Perspectives on Collaborative Research Environments offered by D4Science DIstributed colLaboratories Infrastructure on Grid ENabled Technology for Science Marc Taconet 1 marc.taconet@fao.org
  • 2. Outline of presentation 1. Introduction: Why this presentation in Gebich 2. What is D4Science ? 3. How D4Science responds to needs of Marine sciences community Conclusion: action items for Gebich 2
  • 3. The Institutional context in Marine sciences overarching drivers Implementation of the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management (EAF) the World Summit on Sustainable Development, Johannesburg, 2002, encourages nations to apply the ecosystem approach by 2010... National and Inter-Governmental Organizations dedicated to: sustainable exploitation of fishery resources conservation of habitats and ecosystems 3
  • 4. The Institutional context in Marine sciences Communities of Practice Implementation of the EAF: Components of knowledge Production systems / Fleets Fisheries FAO RFBs Resources of commercial interest biodiversity WFC GBIF CoML / OBIS Environment Broader ecosystem IUCN Physical environment IOC 4
  • 5. The Institutional context in Marine sciences Linkages with Gebich objectives Current status: communities of practices (CoP): with e-infrastructures using structured data research needs in Marine sciences enable data sharing beyond established CoP enable collaborative approaches generalizing solutions to interoperability is desirable Opportunity D4Science offers an approach 5
  • 6. Outline of presentation 1. Introduction: Why this presentation in Gebich 2. What is D4Science ? 3. How D4Science responds to needs of Marine sciences community Conclusion: action items for Gebich 6
  • 7. Project backgroud – Funding: 7M Euros • European Commission – 7th Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development – 11 Partners • Universities • National institutes • International organizations • Private companies – Timeframe • Phase 1: Jan. 2008 – Dec. 2009 • Phase 2: Oct. 2009 – Dec. 2011 – History • EGEE • Diligent 7
  • 8. D4Science vision calls for the realization of scientific e-Infrastructures that will remove all heterogeneity, sustainability, scalability, and other technical concerns from the minds of scientists, hide all related complexities from their perception, and enable them to focus on their science and collaborate on common research challenges 8
  • 9. Technology and concepts Virtual Research Environments (VREs) VRE VRE VRE D4Science EGEE 9
  • 10. Technology and concepts Virtual Research Environments (VREs) e-infrastructure for collaborative science wikipedia++ able to work with structured databases federate data and applications ... ... even across boundaries of traditional user communities through mechanisms allowing ... semi-automated import of distributed data sources harmonization of heterogeneous sources intensive data processing support for query, output and annotation. workflow process definition template generation tools catalog and discover data 10
  • 11. Project phase 2 a Knowledge ecosystem infrastructure FCPPS ICIS INSPIRE GENESI-DR D4Scienc e Knowledge Ecosystem DRIVER AquaMaps Interoperability - extend D4Science by Main components of the initial ecosystem: introducing mechanisms for facilitating: • GENESI-DR, AquaMaps, INSPIRE, DRIVER • the use of data resources managed by 5 scientific applications: different data infrastructures • ICIS, FCPPS (FARM community) 11 • the programmatic exploitation of the • INSPIRE, DRIVER, AquaMaps D4Science capabilities
  • 12. 1. Please, explain briefly what will be the key outcomes of the proposal and who the end users are fishery managers and assessment scientists, policy makers, fisheries ecologists economists and managers, aquaculture specialists More accurated country profiles Better catches reallocation GENESI-DR Mining of bibliomeric data INSPIRE Hybrid metrics D4Science 30,000+ HEP scientists Hybrid metrics AquaMaps Enhanced publications DRIVER Better quality maps 200 institutional repositories biodiversity scientists RECOLECTA (Spain) SeaLifeBase, GBIF, Belgium National Portal Fishbase (1M accesses per month) DART 12 …
  • 13. Outline of presentation 1. Introduction: Why this presentation in Gebich 2. What is D4Science ? 3. How D4Science responds to needs of Marine sciences community The Integrated Capture Information System (ICIS) a scenario for the proof of concept Conclusion: action items for Gebich 13
  • 14. 3. ICIS – a cross-communities problem-resolving-oriented scenario UNGA recommendations: FAO should provide indicators for Fishing activity / Catch assessment of High Seas stocks Fisheries “distinguish catch in the High Seas from catch within EEZs” current status: reporting by Major FAO statistical fishing areas 14
  • 15. 3. ICIS – a cross-communities problem-resolving-oriented scenario CWP recommendations: enhance quality of global catch Fishing activity / Catch statistics Fisheries “stronger integration of existing catch Databases” current status: non-integrated databases shared data standards (to some extent) 15
  • 16. 3. ICIS – a cross-communities problem-resolving-oriented scenario CWP recommendations: enhance quality of global catch Fishing activity / Catch statistics Fisheries “stronger integration of existing catch Databases current status: non-integrated databases shared data standards (to some extent) 16
  • 17. 3. ICIS – a cross-communities problem-resolving-oriented scenario Fishing activity / Catch Fisheries ICIS 17
  • 18. 2. ICIS – a cross-communities problem-resolving-oriented scenario D4Science: support to collaborative science Fishing activity / Catch Fisheries ICIS GLOBAL LEVEL Reference Catch system statistics FAO GIS areas - species REGIONAL Reference Catch vms system statistics RFBs 18
  • 19. 2. ICIS – a cross-communities problem-resolving-oriented scenario Fishing activity / Catch Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems Habitats Geo-forms Hydrography Oceanography Fisheries Biodiversity Aquamaps ICIS GENESI-DR Aquamaps GLOBAL LEVEL Reference Catch WFC system statistics FishBase FAO GIS areas - species Species ESA occurence Satellite Sea-datanet oceanography OBIS REGIONAL Reference Catch vms system statistics RFBs 19
  • 20. Outline of presentation 1. Introduction: Why this presentation in Gebich 2. What is D4Science ? 3. How D4Science responds to needs of Marine sciences community Conclusion: considerations for Ge-bich ? 20
  • 21. Conclusion: considerations for Ge-bich interoperability with Ocean Data Portal selection of common standards in particular where we have bridging systems use of W3C compliant web services 21
  • 22. ICIS – a response to institutional needs the Vision Data processing: Predicting species distribution Environmental envelope type modeling approach Physical Species-specific environmental • bathymetry PMax envelope • sea temperature • salinity • land distance probability of • ice concentration occurrence Relative Biological • primary production Predictor Min Preferred Preferred Max 22 min max