Earth Science Collaborative for Ecological Forecasting

author: Ramakrishna Nemani, Ecological Forecasting Laboratory, NASA Ames Research Center
produced by: NASA Ames Video and Graphics Branch
published: June 27, 2012,   recorded: October 2011,   views: 3008
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There is increasing pressure on the science community not only to understand how recent and projected changes in climate are likely to impact our global environment and the natural resources on which we depend, but also to design solutions to mitigate or cope with the likely impacts. Responding to this multidimensional challenge requires new tools and research frameworks that assist scientists in collaborating to rapidly investigate complex, interdisciplinary science questions of critical societal importance. I will describe one such collaborative research framework, funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, within the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Earth sciences program called NASA Earth Exchange (NEX). NEX combines state-of-the-art supercomputing, Earth system modeling, remote sensing data from NASA and other agencies, and a scientific social networking platform to deliver a complete work environment in which users can explore and analyze large Earth science data sets, run modeling codes, collaborate on new or existing projects, and share results within and/or among communities. Through NEX we hope to lower the barrier of entry to data/compute-intensive science and provide a mechanism for continuous engagement among members of the global change science community.

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