A distributed data component for the Open Modeling Interface

  title={A distributed data component for the Open Modeling Interface},
  author={Tom Bulatewicz and Daniel Andresen and S. Auvenshine and Jeffrey M. Peterson and David R. Steward},
  journal={Environmental Modelling and Software},
Data management is a fundamental part of environmental modeling and simulation. This is particularly true for the types of interdisciplinary, interconnected models required to address water resources challenges faced by society, such as our case study of a depleting aquifer in an agriculturally important area. Model input data are often obtained from online data services and output data uploaded to them for purposes such as storage or distribution. Enabling linked models to directly communicate… CONTINUE READING


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