Data from the Western Australian Marine Science Institution’s WAMSI-2 projects (2012-2018) is now discoverable and available for reuse.
WAMSI Data Manager, Luke Edwards from the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre, manages the collection and storage of data from the programs including:
“One of the great legacies of the WAMSI science is that the data is made discoverable for ongoing and future research,” Luke Edwards said. “Data is made public after the default 18 month embargo period to enable researchers to publish.”
For example, KMRP project 1.3.1 on Reef Growth and Maintenance has data publicly available now. The link to the metadata record is http://catalogue.aodn.org.au/geonetwork/srv/eng/metadata.show?uuid=7ab491d2-9507-428c-aed1-091d2aaed521 (screenshot below).
|Screenshot of WAMSI KMRP Project 1.3.1 metadata results|
Within the metadata, there are links to the Pawsey Data Portal, where it is held (see screenshot below).
|Screenshot of Pawsey Data Portal Links|
Data discovery and access starts via the AODN catalogue – http://catalogue.aodn.org.au/geonetwork/. To see all WAMSI 2 projects, type WAMSI 2 into the “Title” search box.
Other discovery pathways are being developed including via the WA Open Data catalogue – https://catalogue.data.wa.gov.au/group/wamsi.
Other WA Government marine data is available here – https://catalogue.data.wa.gov.au/group/0-wa-marine-map.