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    An environmental model repository: Case studies applied

    to Sierra Nevada LTER site.Prez-Prez, R.; Benito, B.M.; Bonet-Garca, F.J.; Prez-Luque, A.J.iEcolab - Laboratorio de Ecologa. Centro Andaluz de Medio Ambiente. Universidad de Granada. SPAIN. ramon@ugr.es

    MODISpixel

    Juniper

    cuadrat

    Meteo

    station

    Municipality

    in each of these

    spatial entities

    monitoring methods

    are applied to

    obtain

    Real world

    Raw

    data

    that are stored

    in relational

    databases,

    obtaining

    Queryable

    information

    Nosystematicanalyses,

    that create

    Reports,

    slides,

    videos, etc.

    A scientific

    workflow

    management

    system

    that

    creates

    Pressure,

    response

    and state

    indicators

    Systematic

    analyses

    run through

    that is converted

    into useful

    knowledge

    through two

    different routes

    that is properly

    documented using two

    international

    metadata standards

    Ecologicalmetadatalanguage(EML) Inspire

    directive

    (ISO 19115)

    Data

    Knowledge

    WisdomInfo

    rmation

    LinariaInformation System

    Objectives

    Development a system that we allow set themetadata for environmental models.

    Delegate the execution of a workflow that implementan environmental model.

    Use the raw data of an Information System. Feedback of results on environmental model to

    Information System.

    General

    Descriptio

    n

    ParametersData

    conexion Steps

    OutputData

    Metadata

    on modelsKepler

    A scientific workflowmanagement

    500m500m

    1

    77980

    cell_id; maximum_snow_extent; eight_day_snow_cover1; 0:missing_data; 00100011;

    25: no_snow; (snow on first,200: snow; second and

    sixth day)

    STEP 1: generate csv (tar.gz) with data for earch cell

    Web Services

    Raw data handling to generate both information andknowledge is a frequent process in the LTER-sites.

    We call a model to the steps required to transform

    raw data.

    ModeleR, is a model repository accessible from the

    web, which enables the user to design, document,

    manage, and execute environmental models:

    Metadata about the different steps to transform thedata.

    Manage the workflows of Kerpler for automatizethe proccess.

    1. Introduction and Objectives

    Cell_id; date; maximum_snow_extent

    Spacial entity; set of cell_id

    EML

    STEP 2: Aggregate raw data to obtain differens indicators

    entity_id; year; durationentity_id; year; start; end

    CSV

    SnowpackstatusinSierraNevada

    OAPN

    Autonomous Organismof National Parks

    Rediam

    Environmental Information

    Network of Andalusia

    8

    daily every month

    It processed each email and different formatsare converted to only format

    Variable_id; description; code

    estation_id; estation_codeEML

    CSV "2011-09-21 06:10:00",3996,"PSN01",12.22,80.1,0.048"2011-09-21 06:20:00",3997,"PSN01",12.63,81.8,0.519

    KEPLER

    Raw

    datacomingfrommeteo

    rological

    stationslocatedinSierraN

    evada

    Meteorological Stations