Ocean Science Data: Collection, Management, Networking, and Services presents the evolution of ocean science, information, theories, and data services for oceanographers looking for a better understanding of big data. The book is divided into chapters organized under the following main issues: marine science, history and data archaeology, data services in ocean science, society-driven data, and coproduction and education. Throughout the book, particular emphasis is put on data products quality and big data management strategy; embracing tools enabling data discovery, data preparation, self-service data accessibility, collaborative semantic metadata management, data standardization, and stream processing engines. Ocean Science Data provides an opportunity to start a new roadmap for data management issues, to be used for future collaboration among disciplines. This will include a focus on organizational objectives such as improved performance, competitive advantage, innovation, the sharing of lessons learned, integration, and continuous improvement of data management organization. This book is written for ocean scientists at postgraduate level and above as well as marine scientists and climate change scientists.
Presents a coherent overview of state-of-the-art research concerning ocean data
Provides an in-depth discussion of how ocean data impact all scales of the planetary system
Includes global case studies from experts in ocean data
Oceanographers, researchers, professors and post grad students
Table of Contents
PART 1 Marine science: History and data archaeology 1. A narrative of historical, methodological, and technological observations in marine science
PART 2 Data services in ocean science 2. Data services in ocean science with a focus on the biology 3. Data management infrastructures and their practices in Europe
PART 3 Society-driven data and co-production 4. A collaborative framework among data producers, managers, and users
PART 4 Education 5. Connecting marine data to society 6. How can ocean science observations contribute to humanity?
PART 5 Appendix 7. Oceanography: A recent scientific discipline
Giuseppe Manzella received a degree in Physics from the Department of Physics, University of Rome "La Sapienza". After some fellowships, and attendance of specialization courses in Europe, he first worked at National Research Council (1982-1992) and then was employed as research manager in ENEA (1992-2013). From 1978 he has been active in national, European, and international programs in oceanography. He has worked as expert on Marine Ecosystem for the Italian Ministry of Research, and the Italian representative to WMO-IOC Joint Committee for Marine Meteorology (JCOMM). He has chaired the Italian Oceanographic Commission from January 2009 to June 2014. He is chairing the Historical Oceanography Society. He is author/co-author of 50 refereed papers published in international journals, co-editors of two books published, and the Topic Editor of the Journal Earth System Science Data.
Affiliations and Expertise
The Historical Oceanography Society, Italy and OceanHis SrL, Italy.
Antonio Novellino received a PhD in Biotechnology and Bioengineering and a MSc in Biomedical Engineering. From 2008 to 2010, he served on the European Commission, JRC – IHCP, as a senior researcher. He is the ETT Research Manager where he coordinates R&D activities (www.ettsolutions.com). He served on the Board of Directors of Consortium Si4Life (www.si4life.com) and on the board of Consortium Tecnomar (SMEs working on maritime and environment technology, www.consorziotecnomar.com). He is serving on the techno-scientific board of the Ligurian Cluster of Marine Technology DLTM (www.dltm.it); the board of Consortium TRAIN (innovation in energy and transport management, www.consorziotrain.org); EMODnet Steering Committee and Technical Working Group; Expert Team on WIS Centres (ET-WISC); and Southern Ocean Observing System Data Management team (SOOS DMSC). He is a member of the EuroGOOS DATAMEQ group for advising on operational oceanography data management procedures. He is the EMODnet Physics coordinator (www.emodnet-physics.eu) and CMEMS Dissemination Unit (CMEMS DU) deputy coordinator.
Affiliations and Expertise
ETT S.p.A. (gruppo SCAI), Italy.
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