NCI currently hosts most of our datasets through THREDDS. We also support other data servers, including ERDDAP and Geoserver, as required.
Data can be accessed online through analysis tools or downloaded directly through the HTTP service.
Alternatively you can subset the data for download in ASCII or NetCDF formats using OPeNDAP, or extract geospatial areas of data prior to download using the NetCDF Subset Service (which uses latitude & longitude, unlike OPeNDAP which uses x,y counts).
We also support Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) standards including Web Map Service (WMS) and Web Coverage Service (WCS).
Metadata services are also available, including NcML, UDDC and ISO.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Earth System Grid Federation
NCI is also the Australian node of the Earth System Grid Federation, the mechanism by which climate data, including the CMIP dataset, is shared among the global community.
Earth Server 2
Earth Server 2 is an international data initiative, aiming to provide access, searchability and easy interaction with the data to users all over the world. The goal is to enable data analytics through large petabyte scale Big Earth Data Cubes. These Data Cubes brings together sensor, image, simulation and statistics data, and make their analytics possible with open standards, value-adding services and user-tailored clients. Funded through a European Union Horizon 2020 grant, Earth Server 2 and its associated data technology ‘rasdaman’ will play a key role in the activities of the European Space Agency’s Copernicus satellite program. The Copernicus data is available in the Southeast Asian region through a data hub based at NCI. More information about this project is available at the Earth Server website.