Workshop B1 "Using Research Infrastructures for Integrated Environmental Modeling"

Tues 17th June, iEMSs 2014, San Diego


Environmental systems couple many natural processes and simulating them accurately demands modeling them in a similar fashion. Integrated environmental modeling seeks to achieve this by assembling collections of linked (model and data) components, supporting different aspects of the combined system.

At the heart of this challenge lies the ability to have easy access to model and data components, assembling them according to recognized standards and facilitating collaboration between the appropriate scientific and ICT communities. This is of particular importance because ICT methods are often aimed at satisfying general needs resulting in a gap between specific modeling chain requirements and available tools.

This workshop will allow integrated environmental modelling and its associated data environments and tools to be debated and demonstrated. It is intended to promote discussion between scientists, who develop and use environmental models and data and the ICT communities who typically provide the necessary infrastructure and tools. It accompanies a session with a similar theme where a selection of associated papers were presented. 



9:00 – 9:05  Welcome and Introduction (see first three sides of the DRIHM MAP presentation)

9:05 – 9:20  Hydroshare Demonstration

9:20 – 9:35  FluidEarth Demonstration

9:35 – 9:40  DRIHM MAP

9:40 – 10:20  Discussion


Notes from the discussion, pdf

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