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Posted by: CEDA Helpdesk in CEDA highlights CEDA project news 3 years, 5 months ago
Findings from a study into the impact of the BADC are released today by JISC, NERC and the study partners. Read the full annoucement below which highlights the study's key findings demonstrating the BADC's economic impact:
Posted by: CEDA Helpdesk in CEDA project news 3 years, 6 months ago
The British Atmospheric Data Centre are interested in how the amateur meteorology community collects and archives its weather data. To help us gain a better understanding of the amateur meteorological community and how it deals with the data it collects we would like to invite all amateur meteorologists to complete a short survey:
Posted by: CEDA Helpdesk in data announcements service announcements 3 years, 8 months ago
CEDA is pleased to announce the release of two new web-based processing tools under the CEDA Web Processing Service (WPS).
Posted by: CEDA Helpdesk in CEDA highlights CEDA presentations data announcements 4 years ago
CEDA users can now find out more about some of the data we hold with the recent publication of our 1st data paper in the Geoscience Data Journal. Papers in data journals are fully citable articles detailing the data as a valuable scientific resource in its own right – giving due academic credit to the data producers through a fully peer reviewed process. These papers include details about the dataset itself, how and why it was created and suggests further uses for the data.
Posted by: CEDA Helpdesk in CEDA highlights service announcements 4 years ago
Following the deployment of high-performance storage and virtualisation infrastructure at CEDA over the past year, the JASMIN analysis environment is now taking shape. In addition to the JASMIN Core deployment at CEDA (RAL), the wider JASMIN network consists of hardware at Reading, Bristol and Leeds Universities, linking key atmospheric research groups across the UK. A significant milestone was achieved recently with the connection of a dedicated 1Gb light path between the JASMIN Core and JASMIN North nodes.