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Zenodo is a generalist research data repository built and developed by OpenAIRE and CERN. It was developed to aid Open Science and is built on open source code. Zenodo helps researchers receive credit by making the research results citable and through OpenAIRE integrates them into existing reporting lines to funding agencies like the European Commission. Citation information is also passed to DataCite and onto the scholarly aggregators. Content is available publicly under any one of 400 open licences (from opendefinition.org and spdx.org). Restricted and Closed content is also supported. Free for researchers below 50 GB/dataset. Content is both online on disk and offline on tape as part of a long-term preservation policy. Zenodo supports managed access (with an access request workflow) as well as embargoing generally and during peer review. The base infrastructure of Zenodo is provided by CERN, a non-profit IGO. Projects are funded through grants.
World Ozone and UV Data Centre
The World Ozone and Ultraviolet Radiation Data Centre (WOUDC) is one of six World Data Centres which are part of the Global Atmosphere Watch (GAW) programme of the World Meteorological Organization. The WOUDC data centre is operated by the Meteorological Service of Canada, a branch of Environment and Climate Change Canada. The WOUDC processes, archives and publishes world ozone and UV data reported by over 400 stations comprising over 100 international agencies and universities.
HydroClient allows the searching, preview, and downloading of time series data such as stream gauge measurements, meteorological station measurements, repeated “grab” samples, and soil moisture measurements. HydroClient enables users to discover and preview plots of data from federal agencies, university researchers, and watershed organizations all in the same format.
European Archive of Historical EArthquake Data
The European Archive of Historical Earthquake Data (AHEAD) is a distributed archive aimed at preserving, inventorying and making available, to investigators and other users, data sources on the earthquake history of Europe, such as papers, reports, Macroseismic Data Points (MDPs), parametric catalogues. AHEAD was created and then maintained via the NERIES NA4 and SHARE Task 3.1 projects. AHEAD consists of independent regional archives, a general repository and a collaborative inventory.
Global Ocean Acidification Observing Network Data Explorer
Through the Global Ocean Acidification Observing Network (GOA-ON) Data Explorer, GOA-ON works to improve understanding of global ocean acidification conditions and ecosystem responses by making ocean acidification data accessible. The GOA-ON Data Explorer provides access and visualization to ocean acidification data and data synthesis products being collected around the world from a wide range of sources, including moorings, research cruises, and fixed time series stations. Layers contain contoured world-wide data; Platforms include icons for various observing assets, some of which display real-time data and many of which include links to data and metadata. For a given asset measuring carbonate chemistry, metadata includes information on which parameters are measured, links to data providers, and other useful details. The inventory of GOA-ON assets can be searched interactively by region, platform type, and variables by using the Filters tool.
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