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LOOKING FOR REPRODUCIBILITY FOR EARTH OBSERVATION APPLICATIONS AT THE ABSTRACT LEVEL

Abstract : The e-shape H2020 Project brings together decades of public investment in earth observation and in cloud capabilities into services to the citizens, the industry, the decision-makers and the researchers. e-shape promotes the development and uptake of a number of cloud-based pilot applications (27 at the start and up to 10 additional through an onboarding process), addressing the Sustainable Development Goals, The Paris Agreement and the Sendaï Framework. The pilots, which address 7 different thematic domains, build on GEOSS and on the Copernicus data pool and many computational infrastructures. The consortium gathers 55 members from 17 European countries, Ethiopia, Egypt and Israel. It is a European contribution to GEOSS [1].
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Marie-Francoise Voidrot, Ingo Simonis, Raphaëlle Barbier, Pascal Le Masson, Nicolas Fichaux, et al.. LOOKING FOR REPRODUCIBILITY FOR EARTH OBSERVATION APPLICATIONS AT THE ABSTRACT LEVEL. IEEE International Symposium on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (IGARSS), Jul 2021, Brussels, Belgium. ⟨hal-03335895⟩

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