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CryoLand - GMES Service Snow and Land Ice - Interoperability, Service Integration and User Access

Abstract : The CryoLand project implements and validates a standardized and sustainable service on snow and land ice monitoring as a Downstream Service of GMES. It will provide geospatial product coverages of seasonal snow (snow extent, snow mass, melt state), glaciers (area, snow / ice extent, ice velocities, glacier dammed lakes), and lake / river ice (extent, temporal variations, snow burden) derived from Earth observation (EO) satellite data. Processing lines and a service infrastructure will be developed on top of existing Web service environments supporting the publication, provision and chaining of involved geospatial data services. The CryoLand service architecture commits INSPIRE, OGC, and OASIS standards specifically respecting HMA and GENESIS frameworks. User information services offering discovery, view and download functions will be provided.
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Gerhard Triebnig, Andrei Diamandi, Richard Hall, Eirik Malnes, Lars Marklund, et al.. CryoLand - GMES Service Snow and Land Ice - Interoperability, Service Integration and User Access. 9th International Symposium on Environmental Software Systems (ISESS), Jun 2011, Brno, Czech Republic. pp.341-348, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-22285-6_37⟩. ⟨hal-01569222⟩



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