An application portal for collaborative coastal modeling

@article{Zhang2007AnAP,
  title={An application portal for collaborative coastal modeling},
  author={Chongjie Zhang and Chirag Dekate and Gabrielle Allen and Ian Kelley and Jon MacLaren},
  journal={Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience},
  year={2007},
  volume={19},
  pages={1571-1581}
}
We describe the background, architecture and implementation of a user portal for the SCOOP coastal ocean observing and modeling community. SCOOP is engaged in real time prediction of severe weather events, including tropical storms and hurricanes, and provides operational information including wind, storm surge and resulting inundation, which are important for emergency management. The SCOOP portal, built with the GridSphere Framework, currently integrates customized Grid portlet components for… CONTINUE READING

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