The Data System Evolution (DSE) element of ESDS funds various research opportunities, as well as interagency initiatives and promotion of data and service interoperability through development and implementation of standards. DSE is composed of two competitive components: Advancing Collaborative Connections for Earth System Science (ACCESS) and Citizen Science for Earth Systems Program (CSESP). DSE also supports the Interagency Implementation and Advance Concepts Team (IMPACT) activity, and the development of long-term data records needed by NASA scientists.
Advancing Collaborative Connections for Earth System Science (ACCESS)
The ACCESS Program enhances and improves existing components of the distributed and heterogeneous data and information systems infrastructure that support NASA's Earth science research goals.
Citizen Science for Earth Systems Program (CSESP)
CSESP focuses on developing and implementing projects that harness contributions from members of the general public to advance our understanding of the Earth as a system.
Making Earth System Data Records for Use in Research Environments (MEaSUREs)
The MEaSUREs Program provides higher-level data products and services critical for understanding Earth System processes; assessing variability, long-term trends, and changes in the Earth System; and providing input and validation means to modeling efforts.
- Advancing Collaborative Connections for Earth System Science (ACCESS)
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