Building a National High-Resolution Geophysics Reference Collection for 2030 Computation
Large volumes of geophysical data have been acquired by universities, industry, federal/state government agencies since the 1950s. The 2030 Geophysics project will make accessible online the rawer, high-resolution versions of AuScope and TERN funded data, ensure that they comply with the FAIR and CARE principles and can be integrated with existing government datasets at NCI. The project will also make high-resolution datasets suitable for programmatic access in HPC environments at NCI and will lay the foundations for more rapid data processing by 2030 next-generation scalable, data-intensive computation including Artificial Intelligence (AI)/Machine Learning (ML) and data assimilation.
Who is this project for?
- Peak bodies
- Research organisations
- Infrastructure providers
- Commercial eInfrastructure providers
- Government (state and commonwealth)
- Environmental Researchers
- Data analysts
What does this project enable?
The 2030 project will create a national, high resolution geophysical data collection that will:
- Be ‘vertically’ integrated from source datasets at NCI to derivative products;
- Enable ‘horizontal’ integration of remotely-sensed datasets with observational datasets; and
- Linked by identifiers, that also cite roles/organisations involved in any phase of the dataset.