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    • NASA Atmospheric Science Data Center  + (The Data Centers were established in 1991 to support the Earth Observing System as part of NASA’s Earth Science Enterprise and the U.S. Global Change Research Program, and is part of the Earth Observing System Data and Information System (EOSDIS).)
    • EMF  + (The EMF has been developed for internal EPThe EMF has been developed for internal EPA use to respond to needs for consistency, quality, and reproduceability that the agency has for air quality modeling. For example, we need to be able to reproduce (or provide documentation and metadata for) emissions modeling runs done months or years in the past for regulatory purposes. The data used for those runs may not be the "latest and greatest" data, thus, we need to be able to keep and quickly find and access the data actually used. We also need to be able to see and document updates to the data that have happened since runs had been done with older datasets. The EMF meets these sorts of needs.sets. The EMF meets these sorts of needs.)
    • GIOVANNI  + (The Goddard Earth Science Data and InformaThe Goddard Earth Science Data and Information Services Center (GES DISC) developed Giovanni to easily explore, inter-compare, and analyze data using only a Web browser. Giovanni employs scientifically valid algorithms and a rich schema for describing data parameters, a combination that provides users with scientifically meaningful results. This, sometimes subtle, distinction is often overlooked in other online data visualization and analysis tools. The current version of Giovanni, version 3, evolved from the successes of previous versions that emphasized a simple interface, rapid image rendering, and scientifically valid processing that correctly accounted for the algorithms employed (including underlying assumptions). Based on Common Gateway Interface (CGI) Perl scripts, HyperText Markup Language (HTML) templates, and GrADS (Grid Analysis and Display System) scripts, the early versions of Giovanni were enormously successful and deployments at the GES DISC quickly proliferated. Although successful, the architecture was based on old technology. The costs to maintain and extend Giovanni for new science driven requirements and for supporting standard interfaces and protocols became too great. As a result, a radical departure for a new Giovanni architecture was undertaken. The result was Giovanni, version 3. Giovanni is based on a services oriented architecture (SOA) supported by a workflow management system. It is designed to be extensible with respect to new science requirements and interoperable with standard protocols and data formats. with standard protocols and data formats.)
    • HEI  + (The HEI Air Quality Database was originallThe HEI Air Quality Database was originally made available in association with HEI's Request for Applications 05-1, Studies to Compare Components and Characteristics of Particulate Matter Associated with Health Effects, which was issued in the summer of 2005. Since then, the database continues to evolve in response to requests from the health community, for example, data on PM elements and carbon blanks have been made available. The database is updated approximately every six months using the most current data from the Air Quality System and other source databases.Quality System and other source databases.)
    • Unidata IDD Data System  + (The Unidata IDD has been in operation on aThe Unidata IDD has been in operation on a 24x7 basis since 1995 when it replaced a real-time data delivery system that had been used a sideband on satellite TV broadcasts that were decoded by special receivers connectd to C-band receivers at user sites. The switch to IDD did away with the subscription fee which made it possible for many more sites to receive a greatly expanded menu data streams. In the last few years, the reach of the IDD has been expanded internationally and it is now being used to ship real time data in all directions among Central and South America, Europe, and a few sites in the Far East. The underlying LDM technology has been adopted by a number of different organizations to collect and disseminate their own data. Among them are the US National Weather Service which has established a collection system for the level II and level III radar data from all the NEXRAD sites. This replace the old tape-based system, greatly reducing the cost while dramatically increasing the reliability and cutting the collection time at NCDC to virtually zero. Using Unidata LDM technology , the Spanish and South Korean Weather Services have established their own internal IDD systems for internal data distribution. The THORPEX TIGGE groups are using this technology to move data among archive centers in China, Europe, and the US. The TIGGE ensemble forecasts amount to about 20 GB per hour moving on a regular basis among these on a regular basis among these centers.)
    • 3D-AQS  + (Three year project funded by NASA Applied Sciences Program.)
    • GeoWeb  + (n/a)
    • RSIG  + (n/a)