Environmental Virtual Observatory: Final Report

B. Emmett, R. Gurney, A McDonald, G. Blair, W. Buytaert, Jim E Freer, P. Haygarth, Penny J Johnes, G. Rees, D. Tetzlaff, Afgan E, L Ball, K Beven, Bicak M, Bloomfield J, Peter Brewer, Delve J, Yehia Elkhatib, D Field, Gemmell ASheila Greene, C. Huntingford, EH Mackay, M Macklin, K MacLeod, KE Marshall, Nick Odoni, Barbara Percy, P Quinn, S Reaney, Stutter M., Surajbali B, N Thomas, Vitolo C, B Williams, M Wilkinson, Zelazowski P

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The EVO Pilot (EVOp) was an ambitious two year project to test the value of new cloud technologies for connecting and integrating fragmented data, models, and tools to deliver new holistic approaches to environmental challenges. The need for such an approach has become increasingly clear as we seek to improve food, water and energy security. These all require a new way of working which spans
disciplines and organisations, and that breaks down science-culture boundaries. If successful, the project would demonstrate the vision and opportunities for further funding, attract academic, policy, industry, and global partners, and create a step-change in the way that NERC science is delivered and exploited.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherNatural Environment Research Council
Commissioning bodyNatural Environment Research Council
Number of pages78
Publication statusPublished - 2014


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