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Title Data integration with the Climate Science Modelling Language
Abstract The Climate Science Modelling Language (CSML) has been developed by the NERC DataGrid (NDG) project as a standards-based data model and XML markup for describing and constructing climate science datasets. It uses conceptual models from emerging standards in GIS to define a number of feature types, and adopts schemas of the Geography Markup Language (GML) where possible for encoding. A prototype deployment of CSML is being trialled across the curated archives of the British Atmospheric and Oceanographic Data Centres. These data include a wide range of data types - both observational and model - and heterogeneous file-based storage systems. CSML provides a semantic abstraction layer for data files, and is exposed through higher level data delivery services. In NDG these will include file instantiation services (for formats of choice) and the web services of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC).
Keywords Natural environment
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Paper In Conference Proceedings In European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2005. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Volume 7, 08775, 2005 , Vienna, Austria, 24-29 Apr 2005, (2005). http://www.cosis.…75/EGU05-J-08775.pdf EGU05-J-08775.pdf 2005
Presentation Presented at Fourth GO-ESSP meeting, RAL, UK, 6-8 Jun 2005. GO-ESSP 2005 Woolf.ppt
Presentation Presented at Workshop on Grid Middleware and Geospatial Standards for Earth System Science Data, NESC workshop, Edinburgh, Scotland, 6-8 Sep 2005. CSML-AUKEGGS-Sept.ppt