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1. MOIST - Multidisciplinary Oceanic Information SysTem [ingv-moist]
The scientific data management has recently become a big challenge in terms of storage capacity and data access in many disciplinary sectors. Analyze a large amount of data is considered necessary ...

2. Worldwide Water Education [PROJECT_WET]
Since 1984, Project WET, an award-winning 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, has dedicated itself to the mission of reaching children, parents, teachers and community members of the world with water ...

3. Dataminer - Tool for Searching and Subsetting PO.DAAC Level 2 Swath Data [NASA_PODAAC_Dataminer]
Dataminer is a web tool for searching and subsetting Level 2 (swath) data. It was developed originally by the French agency Ifremer (an upcoming collaboration is in the works), and modified at PO.DAAC. ...

4. NOAA Observing Systems Architecture (NOSA) [NOAA_NOSA]
NOAA can manage its observation system more efficiently and effectively with an architecture that defines a consistent set of principles, policies, and standards. The NOAA Observing System ...

5. NOAA PMEL's EPIC [NOAA_EPIC]
EPIC was developed at NOAA's Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory to manage the large numbers of hydrographic and time series oceanographic in-situ data sets collected as part of NOAA climate study ...

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