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Ocean Data Standards Volume 1. Recommendation to Adopt ISO 3166-1 and 3166-3 Country Codes as the standard for Identifying countries in oceanographic data exchange. Version 1.1
(UNESCO-IOC, París, France, 2010)
The use of a country code in the exchange of data has long been recognized as an important element for the management and exchange of oceanographic data. The seventh session of the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission ...
SeaDataNet metadata profile of ISO 19115.
Definition of SeaDataNet metadata profile, according to ISO 19115 international standard specification. This document has been drafted in the context of the SeaDataNet FP7 project by CNR “ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2: Rules ...
Use and sharing of marine observations and data by industry: good practice guide. (Version 1, 2017).
(European Union, Horizon 2020, COLUMBUS Project, 2017)
For some time now, the private sector has been namechecked by marine observatories and public data-sharing initiatives as a target-user of their resources and/or as a potential source of data, with little concomitant ...
Ocean Data Standards Volume 3. Recommendation for a Quality Flag Scheme for the Exchange of Oceanographic and Marine Meteorological Data. Version 1.
(UNESCO-IOC, Paris, France, 2013)
...This document describes a two-level quality flag scheme (QF) that will facilitate the exchange and integration of multi-disciplinary oceanographic and marine meteorological data. The first, or primary, level defines ...
Facilitating open exchange of data and information.
By broad consensus, Open Data presents great value. However, beyond that simple statement, there are a number of complex, and sometimes contentious, issues that the science community must address. In this review, we examine ...