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     * Focus: The use of climate models
 
     * Focus: The use of climate models
     * Workshop lead: Luca Cinquini, Auroop Ganguly, and Raju Vatsavai
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     * Workshop lead: Luca Cinquini, Auroop Ganguly, and Raju Vatsavai (Rob Raskin to recruit from ORNL)
 
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Part 1: The Earth System Grid Federation: Building a Global Distributed Infrastructure
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for Climate Change Research
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Presenter: Luca Cinquini
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The Earth System Grid (ESG) project is building a global infrastructure to enable the scientific community with unprecedented access to massive, distributed, heterogenous datasets for climate change research. We will describe the ESG software architecture and demonstrate some of its federation functionality such as single sign on across gateways, metadata exchange, and distributed data access. We will present a status update on the most current ESG activities, such as: the coordination and preparation for the CMIP5/IPCC-AR5 archive; the expansion of the ESG federation to other federal agencies such as NASA and NOAA and international partners such as BADC and DKRZ; and the inclusion of observational datasets alongside the CMIP5 model output. Finally, we will outline some future lines of development within ESG, such as the movement towards an open source model, a shift in the architectural paradigm, and the integration with middleware for scientific analysis such as the Climate Data Exchange (CDX) services and toolkit.
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