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eLTER: In situ and remote sensing data and big data implications

Haubold, Herbert

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  <dc:creator>Haubold, Herbert</dc:creator>
  <dc:description>eLTER (European Long Term Ecosystem Research) is a distributed European in situ based monitoring network operating more than 400 sites across the continent covering all its major biogeographical gradients, therby practicing a whole-system approach. Although its focus is in situ data, through the combination with remote sensing data, value can be added to eLTER results. eLTER practices a distributed data management approach the core of which is a meta data repository and site registry. Particularly through climate related modelling, eLTER is increasingly facing big data challenges. </dc:description>
  <dc:subject>ecosystems, in situ, long-term, climate, policy, society, challenges</dc:subject>
  <dc:title>eLTER: In situ and remote sensing data and big data implications</dc:title>
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