We are working with other CZOs to develop cross-CZO capabilities for sharing, integrating, analyzing, and preserving CZO data.
CZO datasets are a powerful resource for developing and testing Earth system models. CZOs produce a large volume of data from a wide range of physical, chemical, and biological disciplines as well as spatial and temporal scales. This "flood" of disparate observational data partly reflects a new generation of integrated measurements. For example, most CZOs are using LIDAR imagery, copious isotopic samples, and low-cost sensors; others are also using eddy correlation and embedded sensor networks.
The Santa Catalina Mountains and Jemez River Basin CZO is collecting data from two field areas:
Our efforts thus far have concentrated on:
The Santa Catalina Mountains and Jemez River Basin CZO is collaborating with the Valle Caldera National Preserve Research Group to share whide area data, including meteorological, water quality, vegetation and spatial data.
News Category: Data
15 Jun 2016 - In 2014, students of a CyVerse (then iPlant Collaborative) course called Applied Concepts in Cyberinfrastructure, taught at the University of...
04 Dec 2015 - Taking the Pulse of the Earth's Surface Systems In September of 2014, Laurel Larsen (UC Berkley), Elizabeth Hajek (Penn State), and others...
03 Nov 2014 - The US CZO National Office has organized a webinar on December 8, 2014 at 11AM - 12:30 PM ET.
24 Apr 2014 - Information for the 2014 All Hands Meeting for the CZO Network on 21-14 September, including registration information and abstract submission.
06 Mar 2014 - Presentations describing the Integrated CZO Data system and how to use it; for interested CZO investigators, students & staff.
30 Jul 2012 - Jemez River Basin LiDAR datasets (snow-on and snow-off) have been published on the OpenTopography website.
Discipline Tag: Data Management / Cyberinfrastructure