and the National Flood Interoperability Experiment (NFIE)

Fall 2014 Invitational Workshop -- November 5-7, 2014 -- Tysons Corner, VA 

Science Goal Investigate better ways of connecting
gridded (field based) data & time-varying properties
of discrete spatial objects (points, lines, polygons).

How: Develop a common conceptual model and tools that can map between gridded (netCDF/CF) and vector/time series (WaterML 2.0) data encodings, with visualization of time series parameter values. Develop tools for guiding usage.

NFIE Use Case: Examine how the many discrete information frameworks that will be involved in the academic and government partners engaged in this national experiment can communicate better with one another by sharing a common set of independent standards that more closely describe the continuous earth.  

This workshop will focus on how we can identify the required frameworks, and the standards needed to communicate between them. 


  • Telecon Connections Update 11/7: Virtual meeting is closed, but we can reopen on request today until 3pm US EST. Send text message to meeting host at +1 512 771 1434 for ...
    Posted Nov 7, 2014, 4:59 AM by David Arctur
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