Semantic search

From Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP)
Data System Abbr Data System Name Organizations Description
NAAPS GLOBAL No Distributor
NAAPS NoAm No Distributor
NAAPS sigma No Distributor
NADP No Distributor
NARSTO NARSTO Quality Systems Science Center Archive Sponsored by DOE at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory NARSTO (formerly North American Research Strategy for Tropospheric Ozone) is a public/private partnership, whose membership spans government, the utilities, industry, and academe throughout Mexico, the United States, and Canada. Its primary mission is to coordinate and enhance policy-relevant scientific research and assessment of tropospheric pollution behavior; its activities provide input for science-based decision-making and determination of workable, efficient, and effective strategies for local and regional air-pollution management. Data products from local, regional, and international monitoring and research programs are available through the NARSTO Permanent Data Archive at the Langley DAAC.
NARSTO 5min No Distributor
NASA Atmospheric Science Data Center NASA Atmospheric Science Data Center NASA The Earth Observing System Data and Information System (EOSDIS) manages and distributes data products through the Distributed Active Archive Centers (DAACs). The centers process, archive, document, and distribute data from NASA’s past and current research satellites and field programs. Each center serves one or more specific Earth science disciplines and provides data products, data information, services, and tools unique to its particular science.

The Atmospheric Science Data Center is responsible for processing, archival and distribution of NASA Earth science data in the areas of radiation budget, clouds, aerosols, and tropospheric chemistry. It is unique among NASA data centers in the size of its archive, cutting edge computing technology and full range of data services.

NEI No Distributor
NEI Area No Distributor
NEI EGU No Distributor
NEI Mobile No Distributor
NEI Point No Distributor
NEISGEI NEISGEI EPA, NASA NEISGEI is part of an effort to foster global air emissions networks that provide access to distributed emission inventory data, analysis tools, and an environment for collaboration among researchers, managers, and the interested public.
NEXRAD WMS No Distributor
NGC CALPUFF No Distributor
NOAA HMS WFS No Distributor
NOAA HMS WMS No Distributor
NPRI No Distributor
OMI AI G No Distributor
OMI AI G OL No Distributor
OnEarth JPL No Distributor
POET Anthro No Distributor
QuickScat WindMed No Distributor
RETRO ANTHRO No Distributor
RETRO FIRE AGGR No Distributor
RETRO FIRES WCS No Distributor
RSIG Remote Sensing Information Gateway (RSIG) EPA
SCIAMACHYm No Distributor
SEAW US No Distributor
SMARTFIRE No Distributor
SURF MET No Distributor
SURF MET WIND No Distributor
TOMS AI G No Distributor
Test dataset No Distributor
Test dataset er No Distributor
Unidata IDD Data System Unidata Internet Data Distribution (IDD) System NSF, NOAA, and possibly EPA
VIEWS VIEWS RPOs, NPS, WRAP, CIRA The Visibility Information Exchange Web System (VIEWS) is an online system of data and tools designed to support the EPA's Regional Haze Rule by providing states, tribes, scientists, researchers, planners, students, and others with easy online access to a wide variety of air quality datasets. The VIEWS team maintains a comprehensive database of air quality data from over two dozen monitoring networks and is constantly acquiring new data sets and adding new networks. The VIEWS website offers many tools and resources, including the Database Query Wizard, an air quality trends tool, an aerosol species composition tool, a monitoring site metadata browser, a dynamic contour-mapping tool, general-purpose charting and graphing tools, visibility photographs, Class I Area webcams, and more. The VIEWS website currently has over 1100 registered users from over 100 different countries and hosts thousands of visitors each month. The VIEWS team also develops and maintains the IMPROVE website, the WRAP Technical Support System (TSS), and the Air Toxics Data Archive (ATDA), all of which utilize the foundational database and software architecture developed for VIEWS. Ongoing development and maintenance of VIEWS is conducted by Colorado State University's Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA) in Fort Collins, Colorado. Visitors to VIEWS are encouraged to register and provide comments, questions, and feedback to the VIEWS team regarding all aspects of the website and database.
VIEWS OL No Distributor