Data Rescue in the Southeast Asia and South Pacific Region: Challenges and Opportunities

Data Rescue in the Southeast Asia and South Pacific Region: Challenges and Opportunities 1MJ M INSIGHTS and INNOVATIONS Data Rescue in the Southeast Asia and South Pacific Region Challenges and Opportunities BY CHE R M . PAGE, NEVILLE NICHOLLS, NEIL PLUMMER, BLAIR TREWIN , MIKE MANTON, LISA ALEXANDER, LYND A E. CHAMBERS, YOUNGEU N CHOI, DEA N A . COLLINS, ASHMITA GOSAI, PAUL DELLA-MARTA, MALCOL M R. HAYLOCK, KASIS INAPE, VICTOIRE LAURENT, LUC MAITREPIERRE, ERWIN E.P. MAKMUR, HIROSH I NAKAMIGAWA, NONGNA T OUPRASITWONG, SIMON MCGREE , JANITA PAHALAD, M.J. SALINGER, LOURDE S TIBIG, TRON G D . TRAN , KALIAPAN VEDIAPAN, AND PANMAO ZHAI limate data, and their associated metadata, pro- annual forecasts and to generate future climate sce- narios. Maximizing the availability of digitized histori- vide the fundamental building blocks for climate Cresearch and the development of climate prod- cal data and metadata is importan t for long-term cli- applications, and services. In the past decade or mate monitoring, particularly for analyzing trends in ucts, so, the requirements of climate researchers to analyze the occurrence of extreme events where data quality and detect climate change and develop seasonal-to- becomes an even greater consideration. interannual prediction systems have increased the im- Incorporating digitized climate data and metadata portanc e of climate data. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1MJ M INSIGHTS and INNOVATIONS Data Rescue in the Southeast Asia and South Pacific Region Challenges and Opportunities BY CHE R M . PAGE, NEVILLE NICHOLLS, NEIL PLUMMER, BLAIR TREWIN , MIKE MANTON, LISA ALEXANDER, LYND A E. CHAMBERS, YOUNGEU N CHOI, DEA N A . COLLINS, ASHMITA GOSAI, PAUL DELLA-MARTA, MALCOL M R. HAYLOCK, KASIS INAPE, VICTOIRE LAURENT, LUC MAITREPIERRE, ERWIN E.P. MAKMUR, HIROSH I NAKAMIGAWA, NONGNA T OUPRASITWONG, SIMON MCGREE , JANITA PAHALAD, M.J. SALINGER, LOURDE S TIBIG, TRON G D . TRAN , KALIAPAN VEDIAPAN, AND PANMAO ZHAI limate data, and their associated metadata, pro- annual forecasts and to generate future climate sce- narios. Maximizing the availability of digitized histori- vide the fundamental building blocks for climate Cresearch and the development of climate prod- cal data and metadata is importan t for long-term cli- applications, and services. In the past decade or mate monitoring, particularly for analyzing trends in ucts, so, the requirements of climate researchers to analyze the occurrence of extreme events where data quality and detect climate change and develop seasonal-to- becomes an even greater consideration. interannual prediction systems have increased the im- Incorporating digitized climate data and metadata portanc e of climate data.

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Oct 1, 2004

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