Development of Interactive System for Environment Monitoring Data Analysis
Author: Brenev, Andrey
Source: Atmosphere Aerosol, Phytoplankton and its Influence on Climate Forming in the Pacific Ocean: Measurement New Methods, Issue data not provided , pp. 89-93(5)
Abstract:Research carried out aboard the training tall ship Nadezhda implies processing and storage of a large amount of various experimental data. In order to optimize data storage, exchange and analysis, as well as for educational purposes, the informational Internet portal lami.dvo.ru is being developed. An experimental database dealing with environment monitoring and accessible via web interface is to become a scientific foundation of the portal. Currently, the database is being locally developed and possesses an array of programmes necessary for data processing and analysis, which form the Interactive System for Data Analysis (ISDA). The System includes the following experimental data: atmosphere lidar sounding results, atmosphere meteorological sounding database, and information obtained from satellite and ship scanners of sea upwelling radiation, lotic measurements of sea water biooptical parameters, and information on abrupt climatic changes taking place in the Pacific Region. Currently, there are a number of well-known foreign analogues of such systems that provide a registered user with various data (satellite data, terrestrial data, etc.). Notable foreign analogues to be named: Ocean Color Web, Giovanni, ARL, weather station sites (Upper Air) and act-of-nature occurrence forecasting sites (in particular, RIAM CFORS, for dust storms). The key objective of the ISDA LAmI is a complex analysis of ocean and atmosphere parameters and their interaction in various special and temporal scopes. The System can be used for research of climatic change occurring on our planet.
The Interactive System for Data Analysis consists of the elements Figure 1 illustrates. The core ISDA element is a database with measurement tables and processing results. All tables are stored in one common database and are interconnected. Each table represents a separate laboratory and/or expedition experiment. One table that all other tables are referring to is the table of geographical reference. Any measurements entered in the database must refer to the lines of this table. The connection between experimental data tables and geographical reference tables is defined as one-to-many, i.e. for each line of the experimental data table; there is a sole date-and-time record in the geographical reference table.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2011
- Atmosphere Aerosol, Phytoplankton and its Influence on Climate Forming in the Pacific Ocean: Measurement New Methods
Atmosphere Aerosol, Phytoplankton and its Influence on Climate Forming in the Pacific Ocean: Measurement New Methods is a collection of new articles by young academics, students and PhD students who participated in the 1st International Sailing Conference of Climate Forcing, held on the board the Sailing Training Ship Nadezhda in the Sea of Japan and the Okhtosk Sea in August 2010. The collection presents a vivid overview of current problems in the research fields of atmosphere aerosol, phytoplankton communities, volcanic activities and hydroacoastics in order to investigate climate change's influence on phytoplankton communities. This collection of articles will be of interest to researchers and specialists in the fields of atmosphere and ocean monitoring, and climate forcing.
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