The “Integrated Data Management System for Critical Zone Observatories” (CZOData) Project has the overall goal to develop a comprehensive, integrated data management system for the Critical Zone Observatory (CZO) program with capabilities to share, integrate, analyze and preserve the wide range of multi-disciplinary data generated within and across CZOs.
The CZOData Project was funded based on a proposal submitted Aug. 1, 2011 by lead PI Mark W. Williams, (Univ. Colorado at Boulder). The two-year award (#1153164) started on April 15, 2012, but was transferred to Anthony Aufdenkampe (Stroud Water Research Center) when Williams stepped down as PI in July 2012. The award transfer was finalized on March 7, 2013 (new award #1332257) with an effective end date of March 31, 2015. In the winter of 2015 we recieved a no-cost extension to March 31, 2016.
This progress report details accomplishments and timeline for remaining deliverables by the project end date of March 31, 2016. The report is organized around nine major deliverables, but we retain our Task and SubTask numbering used in the 2012 CZOData Proposal Addendum. For each of these major tasks, we list what was originally proposed, changes to scope if any, progress to date, and delivery date.
Anthony Aufdenkampe, Jeff Horsburgh, Kerstin Lehnert, David Lubinski, Emilio Mayorga and Ilya Zaslavski (2015): Progress and Timeline for Deliverables Report for the Integrated Data Management System for Critical Zone Observatories (CZOData) Project (NSF EAR1332257). Interim Progress Report to NSF.
CZOData Progress Report 2015
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Progress and Deliverables Timeline for CZOData Project, submitted on 2/17/2015 and revised 3/13/2015