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Monday, April 7 • 4:00pm - 4:50pm
A case of for polar data: integrating the NetCDF file type into Apache Tika

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The Polar Regions are often described as the ‘canary in a coalmine’ for Earth’s changing climate.  Decreases in sea ice extent and glacier and ice sheet mass balance exhibit some of the most dramatic examples of the changing polar landscape. In this talk, Annie will present the virtues of augmenting Apache Tika to automatically detect and parse the most prevalent Polar and Arctic data and metadata formats.  Specifically, Annie will share her experience as a new Tika developer integrating the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) file type into Tika—a file format developed specifically for array-oriented scientific data. Audience Developers interested in using Tika and polar data of all sorts should come.

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Annie Burgess

Postdoctoral Fellow, USC
Annie a postdoctoral fellow in the Computer Science Department at the University of Southern California and Project Assistant at NASA/JPL. She has a PhD in Geography with a focus on satellite remote sensing of snow and ice. Annie is an ASF member, Apache Tika PMC committer, and advocate for the involvement of women in ASF.


Monday April 7, 2014 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Lawrence A

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