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Projects

Over the last 25 years CSIRO has been collecting and curating data about Australian soils. Much of the data collection has been funded by various state and federal government departments over the years through a large number of research projects. Each project in turn has delivered various research outcomes including ...
"The aim of this project was to identify biological collections managed by CSIRO that are potentially of significance to the broader research community and to enhance the visibility of those collections. From an audit of collections managed by CSIRO, approximately 40 biological collections were identified. Contact was made with the ...
The CSIRO Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) project requires the establishment of a Science Data Archive to store, manage, and make available for discovery and access the data that is generated by ASKAP operations at the Murchison Radio Observatory (MRO). The CSIRO ASKAP Science Data Archive (CASDA) Project has ...
The ANDS-CSIRO-ATNF project, otherwise known as the ANDS ATNF Data Management project, has extended the set of components and business processes for the CSIRO Data Management Service (DMS). Base capability has been further enhanced, upgrading the platform for subsequent DMS enhancement. Completion of this project is the culmination of major ...
This project set out to explore the potential for discovering, visualising and analysing ecological and related data from multiple sources, plots and/or locations. Working closely with ecosystem researchers, TERN AusCover, TRENDSA, and TERN AusPlots Rangelands, the project team has developed the web-based tool 'Soils-to-Satellites (S2S)'. The tool brings diverse datasets ...
Management across the catchment-coast-ocean continuum remains one of the greatest Natural Resource Management challenges still to be addressed in Australia. This project would develop data integration and visualisation infrastructure for a proof-of-concept Coastal Knowledge platform for South-east Queensland known as SEQUITOR. SEQUITOR will integrate observational (e.g. monitoring) data from catchment, ...
This project seeks to establish the CSIRO Data Access Portal as an accredited Trusted Data Repository in order to support the organisation’s participation in collaborative research. Using water research data as a test case, CSIRO will investigate and address the internationally agreed requirements for a trustworthy Data Repository with the ...
Aims The aim of this project is to implement a biosecurity collaboration platform (BCP) at CSIRO's Australian Animal Health Laboratory (AAHL) to assist in the flow of complex information across the containment barrier from a variety of data sources including pathology and microscopy systems, live in-vivo animal experimental data (e.g., ...
This project set out to deliver re-usable data services in collaboration with and for use by the ANDS AP03 project (studying the impact of climate change on bird distributions). In summary, the project delivered assistance to James Cook University in their delivery of an online tool that allows users ...
CSIRO’s newly established Research Data Service (RDS) currently has technology that supports a small subset of domain specific data (i.e. water and pulsar data) and also generic self-serve deposit of any type of data from across the organisation. Recent requests from various business areas within CSIRO have highlighted the need ...
Aims The main focus of the Remote CT project will be to develop a three-part service for 3D reconstruction and visualisation of Computed Tomography (CT) images. The service will be deployed at the Imaging and Medical Beamline at the Australian Synchrotron and the ANU micro-CT facility. It is expected to ...
The ARSDC project is concerned with spatial data discovery and access. Spatial data underpins a great many fields of research in environment, energy, climate, social sciences, minerals, biology, urban environment and other fields. The project took the lessons and technologies from the AuScope Grid (www.auscope.org) in the geosciences and applied ...
The project (Organisation Metadata Central ?OMC) will produce and deliver software technologies that will enable CSIRO to capture and update standard metadata fields relating to CSIRO?s projects on project commencement/approval. The solution will extract information from several authoritative sources such as SAP, allow the user to enter additional information on ...
The aim of this project is to improve the trustworthiness of the outputs of research that are not “publications”. The existing provenance infrastructures so far developed in VGL and VHIRL enable both individual objects used in a workflow, and the workflow that links these objects to be uniquely identified. The ...
Aims Integrate large marine and climate data sets and to deliver these data sets through a wider range of data streams, using standard metadata, data formats and access interfaces, enabling data to be more easily discoverable, searchable and accessible to researchers. Outcomes * Enhancements to the GeoNetwork Metadata Entry and ...
The Project: “Connecting RDSI, NeCTAR and ANDS via Provenance” has firstly established and deployed a Provenance Service based on PROMS, to support the requirements for transparency of any processing undertaken by the Virtual Hazard Impact & Risk Laboratory (VHIRL – NeCTAR funded project) and secondly, demonstrated connectivity between ANDS, RDSI ...
The CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country Flagship, Sustainable Yields project gathers information on the Murray-Darling Basin and provides the most comprehensive estimates of how much water is available now and how much is likely to be available in 2030, inclusive of factors such as climate change and land use. ...