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Participatory Modeling [40-44] is becoming a recognized approach to modeling complex systems for decision-making. However, there are no agreed standards and platforms for data sharing and group model development available so far.

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The realization that interoperability is desirable and important is relatively recent. Most of the interoperability difficulties just described have arisen due to institutional and cultural conventions, which have evolved over long periods of time, without the priority among data producers for the need or benefits to coordinate efforts.

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The realization that interoperability is desirable and important is relatively recent. Most of the interoperability difficulties just described have arisen due to institutional and cultural conventions, which have evolved over long periods of time, without the priority among data producers for the need or benefits to coordinate efforts. Participatory Modeling [40-44] is becoming a recognized approach to modeling complex systems for decision-making. However, there are no agreed standards and platforms for data sharing and group model development available so far.

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It is essential to have the right software tools and consensus between data providers (in this case, NOAA and USGS) and modelers (in this case, CBP) to make sure that the watershed model can access the data needed as a standard pre-processing, setup routine, when the data will be found and downloaded for further model runs. In addition to climatic and water data, the watershed models are linked to socioeconomic information required for landuse coverages and calculation of loading factors. This leads to further exploration of linkages to census data available from the US Census Bureau [56]. The census data is organized according to census blocks and tracts which have nothing in common with the watershed and subwatershed spatial structures assumed in watershed modeling. We need additional preprocessing to reorganize and resample this data to make it available for the model.

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It is essential to have the right software tools and consensus between data providers (in this case, NOAA and USGS) and modelers (in this case, CBP) to make sure that the watershed model can access the data needed as a standard pre-processing, setup routine, when the data will be found and downloaded for further model runs. In addition to climatic and water data, the watershed models are linked to socioeconomic information required for landuse coverages and calculation of loading factors. This leads to further exploration of linkages to census data available from the US Census Bureau [56]. The census data is organized according to census blocks and tracts which have nothing in common with the watershed and subwatershed spatial structures assumed in watershed modeling. We need additional preprocessing to reorganize and resample this data to make it available for the model.

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Ralf Seppelt: seppelt.pdf

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2. Interoperability in environmental observatories, and community building

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2. Interoperability in environmental observatories, and community building

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Philipp Kraft, Kellie B. Vache, Lutz Breuer, Hans-Georg Frede: Kraft_et_al.pdf

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