EarthCube projects have produced a wide variety of products including: tools, data, services, apps and community resources for geoscience researchers.
Below are just a few.
Argovis 2.0 is a Next Generation Platform for co-located Oceanic and Atmospheric Data to Accelerate Climate Science Workflows.
Sparrow is a metadata-management system for individual geochronology laboratories. It is designed to sit atop existing laboratory analytical pipelines and expose a standardized interface to allow automated connections with community-level archives and data facilities.
ICEBERG is building AI tools and other software to process satellite imagery for geosciences, starting with researchers working in polar areas, and then branching out to geosciences more broadly.
The unique database of solar flares provides data search and classification tools for the Geospace community, enabling multi-instrument/multi-wavelength investigations of flare physics and supporting development of flare-prediction methodologies.
The Integrated Geoscience Observatory (InGeO) is a platform where the data from disparate instruments can be brought together with software tools for data interpretation provided by the instrument operators.
Seaview allows users to access thematic collections of deeply integrated biological and physical oceanographic data.
Linked Earth focuses on paleoclimate data curation, standards development, and analysis.
GeoDeepDive is a digital library and cyberinfrastructure facilitating the discovery and utilization of data & knowledge in published documents.
BALTO, Brokered Alignment of Long-tail Observations, provides tools for improved access to geoscience datasets through brokering.
Wrestling with big data? Pangeo offers an ecosystem of open source python packages for land, ocean, atmosphere, and climate sciences.
Macrostrat is a platform for the aggregation and distribution of geological data relevant to the spatial and temporal distribution of sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic rocks as well as data extracted from them.
The ASSET workflow sketching interface enables scientists to specify their workflows and describe the steps involved, their dependencies, current tools used, current duration, and other important aspects of a workflow.
Assimilative Mapping of Geospace Observations, or AMGeO, is a collaborative data science tool for high-latitude geospace observations.
The X-DOMES (Cross-Domain Observational Metadata for EnviroSensing) encompasses metadata documents that are discoverable and accessible on-line and/or directly from on-board sensor descriptions.
Ocean Protein Portal
The Ocean Protein Portal is a web interface to examine the presence of peptide sequences within marine microbial genomes and metagenomes to infer least common ancestor taxonomic information.
The Paleobiology Database is a public database of paleontological data that anyone can use, maintained by an international non-governmental group of paleontologists. (EarthCube projects, Earth-Life Consortium and ePANDDA, contributed to this effort.)
Data Discovery Studio
The Data Discovery Studio indexes over 1.6M datasets from across many repositories, semantically enhances dataset descriptions, and exports metadata using standard ISO19115 and schema.org markup.
Planet Microbe is a platform for marine microbiology to discover and analyze interconnected ‘omics and environmental data.
StraboSpot allows users to collect and share structural geology and tectonics as well as better manage their field and laboratory data.
Enhance your research and teaching with QGreenland, a free, all-in-one interdisciplinary spatial data (GIS) environment for Greenland, including the coastal ocean.
This project, Machine Learning Enhanced Cyberinfrastructure for Understanding and Predicting the
Onset of Solar Eruptions, offers a cyberinfrastructure for next-generation space weather science.
The goal of CHORDS is to collect, manage, and distribute real-time data streams from observational sensors via cloud services and the Internet.
The Advancing netCDF-CF package provides users with the ability to handle polygon and line geometries, to organize data using group structures, and to better represent satellite swath data.
The Extending Ocean Drilling Pursuits (eODP) project is bringing global oceanic lithology and microfossil data to a single, searchable platform with the objective of making scientific ocean drilling data easily accessible.
Digital Rocks Portal
Digital rocks portal enables managing, preserving, visualization and basic analysis of imaged datasets of porous materials and any related measurements.