Webinar - Improving Accessibility and Use of NASA Earth Science Data
Learn how to leverage geospatial applications such as ArcGIS, OPeNDAP and ncWMS to analyze and visualize tropospheric and atmospheric chemistry data products at the NASA LaRC ASDC DAAC on on Wednesday, April 29, 2 - 3PM ET.
NASA Earthdata Webinar Series
Event: Improving Accessibility and Use of NASA Earth Science Data
Date: Wednesday, 29 April 2015, 2 - 3PM ET
Many of the NASA Langley Atmospheric Science Data Center (ASDC) Distributed Active Archive Center (DAAC) multidimensional tropospheric and atmospheric chemistry data products, such as MOPITT, MISR, CERES, CALIPSO and TES, etc, are stored in HDF4, HDF5 or NetCDF format, which traditionally have been difficult to analyze and visualize with geospatial tools.
With the rising demand from the diverse end-user communities for geospatial tools to handle multidimensional products, several applications, such as ArcGIS, have refined their software.
Many geospatial applications now have new functionalities that enable the end user to:
- Store, serve, and perform analysis on each individual variable, its time dimension, and vertical dimension.
- Use NetCDF, GRIB, and HDF raster data formats across applications directly without extracting any subdataset.
- Publish output within REST image services or WMS for time and space enabled web application development.
During this webinar, participants will learn how to leverage geospatial applications such as ArcGIS, OPeNDAP and ncWMS in the production of Earth science information, and in increasing data accessibility and usability.
Participate in our monthly webinars to learn more about NASA Earth science data sets, services and tools to discover, access and use these data. View past recorded webinar videos.
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