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Posted by: CEDA Helpdesk in data announcements 3 weeks, 2 days ago
The CEDA user communirt have made great use of ECMWF's ERA Interim reanalyis data over recent years, taking advantage of having co-hosted access to these and other data from the CEDA archives alongside their own resources within the JASMIN environment. ECMWF are presently producing their latest re-analysis product, ERA5, which promises even greater spatial and temporal resolutions as well as new parameters. However, with improved resolution comes greater data volumes, with ERA5 forecast to produce around 10 Pb worth of data by the end of 2018.
Posted by: CEDA Helpdesk 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Last week, we had the pleasure of hosting a Year 12 work experience student, Annsha, within the CEDA team. She wrote us a blog post, take a look below to see what she got up to...
Help us make an impact! One survey, six focus groups and an MSc project: how we plan to better evidence our impact
Posted by: CEDA Helpdesk 4 weeks, 1 day ago
The Centre for Environmental Data Analysis (CEDA) needs to keep users and stakeholders informed of the latest developments, but also evidence the impact of its services (i.e. the CEDA archive, JASMIN) to its funders. To help do this we have created a new role within the CEDA team; meet our Communications Manager, Poppy Townsend. Poppy is now responsible for our external communications to users, such as social media and website content, as well as working out how best to measure our impact.
Posted by: CEDA Helpdesk in CEDA highlights 1 month ago
Scientists using the UK’s largest environmental super computer and data store gathered last month to share their experiences of big data environmental science and now you can view their presentations too.
Posted by: CEDA Helpdesk 2 months, 2 weeks ago
PV2018 took place at CEDA’s home site in Harwell, Oxfordshire on 15-17th May. The conference focussed on addressing the opportunities in understanding vast datasets and assessing ways to take that new information and make it useable to the widest variety of disciplines for societal benefit and commercial growth.