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OBIS 2.0: Real-time integration, quality control and analysis of rich marine data streams
Provoost, P.; Appeltans, W. (2019). OBIS 2.0: Real-time integration, quality control and analysis of rich marine data streams. GOBI Newsletter Spring 2019: 14-15
In: GOBI Newsletter . Global Ocean Biodiversity Initiative (GOBI): Romsey, more

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  • Appeltans, W., more

Abstract
    For almost two decades, the Ocean Biogeographic Information System (OBIS) has played a key role in the mobilisation and sharing of marine biodiversity data. The increasing demand for near real-time rich datasets to support conservation, human health, and the blue economy, as well as rapidly increasing data volumes due to technological advancements in observing systems, have triggered improvements in the data model and a reengineering of the OBIS platform. The new data platform can now handle complex high-volume datasets and make them available to users with very little delay.

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