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  • Authors: Frosini L.;

    The gCube Information System (shortly, IS) delivers functionalities for publishing, discovering, and monitoring the set of resources forming the infrastructure. Moreover it allows to federate different infrastructures. It acts as the registry of the infrastructure, i.e. all the resources are registered in the IS and every service partaking in the infrastructure must refer to it to dynamically discover the other infrastructure constituents. Moreover, the approach provided by the IS is of great support for the dynamic deployment capabilities of gCube.

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    Authors: Crise, Alessandro; Ribera d’Alcalà, Maurizio; Mariani, Patrizio; Petihakis, George; +4 Authors

    In the field of ocean observing, the term of “observatory” is often used without a unique meaning. A clear and unified definition of observatory is needed in order to facilitate the communication in a multidisciplinary community, to capitalize on future technological innovations and to support the observatory design based on societal needs. In this paper, we present a general framework to define the next generation Marine OBservatory (MOB), its capabilities and functionalities in an operational context. The MOB consists of four interconnected components or “gears” (observation infrastructure, cyberinfrastructure, support capacity, and knowledge generation engine) that are constantly and adaptively interacting with each other. Therefore, a MOB is a complex infrastructure focused on a specific geographic area with the primary scope to generate knowledge via data synthesis and thereby addressing scientific, societal, or economic challenges. Long-term sustainability is a key MOB feature that should be guaranteed through an appropriate governance. MOBs should be open to innovations and good practices to reduce operational costs and to allow their development in quality and quantity. A deeper biological understanding of the marine ecosystem should be reached with the proliferation of MOBs, thus contributing to effective conservation of ecosystems and management of human activities in the oceans. We provide an actionable model for the upgrade and development of sustained marine observatories producing knowledge to support science-based economic and societal decisions. Refereed 14.A Manual (incl. handbook, guide, cookbook etc) 2018-09-07

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  • Authors: Marioli V;

    Home Library is a library that uses Apache Jackrabbit, a Java Content Repository, to store and manage content. Using Home Library users can upload files, create groups, set permissions on an folder and share it with other users. Home Library is also provided with a trash folder to prevent accidental deletion of files.

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  • Authors: Assante M.;

    The gCube social networking facilities manifest in a number of applications made available through a thin Web browser are conceptually close to the common facilities promoted by social networks - e.g., posting news, commenting on posted news - yet adapted to deal with large scale collaboration and cooperation on comprehensive scientific products, data sets, theories and tools. Social Profile allow users to enter their professional data and contact information. It also allows to import the profile data directly from LinkedIn via the OAuth 2.0 protocol.

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  • Authors: Simi M.; Cirillo R.;

    The Resource Manager is a SOA based service in charge of managing gCube Scope contexts. The Resource Manager 2.0, by coordinating five distinguished services (Deployer, Software Gateway, Resource Broker, gCube Hosting Node Manager, Web Hosting Node Manager), realizes the VRE dynamic deployment by, respectively, collecting service implementations, selecting target nodes for deployment within the infrastructure, and hosting resources implementations at selected nodes. The primary role assigned to this service is to collects and manage all the resources and service implementations related to a specific Virtual Organization.

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    Authors: Andreozzi, Daniele;

    Over the last twenty years an impressive quantity of studies have in fact focused on commercial companies and on mercantile trade. Using a range of approaches and forms of inspiration, these studies have identified these companies as the main agents in the globalisation process and, some have also argued – sometimes using a teleological method – in birth of capitalism itself, turning such companies into the forerunners of current multinationals and harbingers of present day economic developments. The book’s goal is to contribute to such debates through the use of a ‘Mediterranean standpoint’ also projecting into global spaces. The attention it pays to all practices, including breaking and avoidance of the law, players’ strategies, even within those aspects considered marginal and residual, conflicts, failures and opaque relationships between players and institutions, places this book within a Mediterranean world which was often described using the categories of delay and backwardness in the context of the triumphant, objective and impersonal economic categories. The hypothesis of the book is rather that such typically Mediterranean factors are central to globalisation processes and commercial developments in the modern world too. This is the book’s aim. The Mediterranean standpoint can reveal unseen and unexpected scenarios and act as an analytical tool for ocean-related events and comparisons between them.

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    Authors: Teixido, Nuria; Alliouane, Samir; Kroeker, Kristy J; Mirasole, Alice;

    We present measured and estimated seawater physiochemical parameters at CO2 vents and ambient pH sites along the coast of Ischia (Italy) across water depths from 1 m to 40 m. We characterized the physical and chemical parameters in four CO2 venting sites (vent 1 to vent 4) and reference sites with ambient pH with no venting activity (two reference sites for each CO2 vent). SeaFETTM Ocean pH sensors (Satlantic) were deployed to quantify variation in pH at the CO2 vents and their corresponding ambient pH sites at the same depths where benthic surveys were performed from May to October 2019. Before deployment, the SeaFETs were calibrated with ambient pH water. The mean offset between calibration samples and calibrated SeaFET pH was ± 0.006 units (n= 44 water samples), indicating a high-quality pH dataset. The pH sensors were deployed in the recently discovered CO2 vents (Vent 2, Vent 3, Vent 4) and one of the corresponding reference areas with no visible vent activity during the same period (ambient 2a, ambient 3a, ambient 4a). The pH and seawater physicochemical parameters for vent 1 and their corresponding ambient sites (site Castello Aragonese) are also included here. This data from the Castello Aragonese site was originally reported by Kroeker et al., 2011. Discrete water samples were collected using Niskin bottles at the vent and reference areas with ambient pH to measure: i) the carbonate system parameters during the pH sensor deployment, and ii) the dissolved inorganic nutrients. Salinity was measured using a CTD (CTD Sea-Bird Electronics SBE 19 Plus Seacat). Discrete water samples for total alkalinity (AT) were collected within 0.25 m of the pH sensors using standard operating protocols. Precision of the AT measurements of CRMs was < 2 μmol kg-1 from nominal values. AT and pHT along with in situ temperature and depth were used to determine the remaining carbonate system parameters for each sampling period using the R package seacarb v3.2.12 (Gattuso et al., 2023).

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    Authors: Canepa, Federico; Burlando, Massimiliano; Romanic, Djordje; Solari, Giovanni; +1 Authors

    This dataset presents the comprehensive experimental campaign of measurements on downburst-like outflows produced by large-scale impinging jets in the WindEEE Dome simulator at Western University, Canada. Downbursts are strong downdrafts that originate from thunderstorm clouds and create vigorous radial outflows upon hitting the ground. The near-surface winds in downburst outflows can reach the velocity of a strong tornado. The dataset of measurements is presented in two parts related to the two jet velocities adopted in the experiments, respectively Vjet = 8.9 m/s and Vjet = 16.4 m/s. The three-component velocity measurements were recorded by means of 7 Cobra probes (sampling frequency 2500 Hz) mounted on a stiff mast. The mast was subsequently positioned at ten radial r/D distances (D is the jet diameter) in respect to the jet touchdown position (r/D = 0), in the range 0.2-2.0 with an increment of 0.2. The heights (z) of the probes on the mast were 0.04, 0.10, 0.15, 0.20, 0.27, 0.42 and 0.50 m. Impinging jets are simulated as transient phenomena through the opening and closing of the nozzle that connects the test chamber and the upper chamber of the dome, which is pressurized to produce the vertical jet after nozzle opening. Therefore, the velocity records are characterized by a sudden ramp-up of velocity, followed by a velocity peak, a statistically-stationary region, and the final velocity slowdown, as it is expected to occur in the real case. The diameter of the nozzle was D = 3.2 m, while the ceiling height of the testing chamber is H = 3.75 m. For every r/D position, each experiment with the same initial condition (i.e. Vjet) was repeated 20 times to inspect the repeatability of the tests and to build more statistical significance of the results. Each velocity record lasted 10 s and the duration of the downburst-like part of the record varied between 3-5 s. The 2800 total time series (2 Vjet x 20 repetitions x 10 r/D positions x 7 heights) of downburst-like outflows carried out inside the WindEEE Dome simulator represent the largest experimental campaign on downburst winds performed thus far.

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    Authors: Schürholz, Daniel; Castellanos-Galindo, Gustavo Adolfo; Casella, Elisa; Mejía-Rentería, Juan Carlos; +1 Authors

    This dataset contains detailed inventories of 7 large plots of mangrove forests in the Utría National Park in the Colombian Pacific Coast. The inventory consists of individual geo-referenced tree masks for the endemic Pelliciera rhizophorae species (/pelliciera_trees/Pelliciera.shp), and area coverages for the Rhizophora mangle species, as well as Mud and Water areas (/other_classes_coverage/.tiff). For each individual tree of the Pelliciera rhizophorae species we provide the predicted height, crown diameter and crown area (/pelliciera_trees/trees.csv). We also provide the cover area of the other predicted classes (/other_area_coverage/area_coverages.csv). The inventories were automatically produced with trained Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithms. The algorithms were trained with orthomosaic images and digital surface models (DSMs) produced from Unoccupied Aerial System (UAS) imagery with Structure-from-Motion software, both paired with expert annotations of the trees and areas (/annotations/.shp). In this dataset we provide all the input data for the algorithms, as well as the predicted geo-referenced data products, such as: predicted Pelliciera rhizophorae tree masks, Rhizophora mangle areas, Water areas, Mud areas, canopy height models (CHM), digital elevation models (DEM), digital terrain models (DTM) and various ancillary images. We also provide the initial orthomosaic files (/orthomosaic.tif) and the DSM files (/DSM.tif), that were produced with SfM software Agisoft Metashape v1.6.2 from the aerial footage captured in 2019 (19–22 February) using two consumer-grade UASs: the DJI Phantom 4 and DJI Mavic Pro (SZ DJI Technology Co., Ltd—Shenzhen, China). The DJI Phantom 4 has an integrated photo camera, the DJI FC330 and the DJI Mavic Pro was equipped with the integrated DJI FC220. The flights were programmed to follow the trajectories in an automated mode by means of the commercial application "DroneDeploy". Ground control points (GCPs) were positioned in the field, and their geographic location was acquired. We used two single-band global navigation satellite system (GNSS) receivers: an Emlid Reach RS+ single-band real-time kinematics (RTK) GNSS receiver (Emlid Tech Kft.—Budapest, Hungary) as a base station, and a Bad Elf GNSS Surveyor handheld GPS (Bad Elf, LLC—West Hartford, AZ, USA). RINEX static data from the base station was processed with the Precise Point Positioning Service (PPP) of the Natural Resources of Canada, while rover position was processed using the RTKLib software through a post processed kinematics (PPK) workflow. The final absolute positional accuracy of the products is below one meter because the results of the PPP workflow has a positional accuracy between 0.2 m and 1 m. The data in this work was produced and curated at the Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT) DataLab in Bremen, Germany.

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    Authors: Bax, Nicholas J.; Appeltans, Ward; Brainard, Russell; Duffy, Emmett; +23 Authors

    Developing enduring capacity to monitor ocean life requires investing in people and their institutions to build infrastructure, ownership, and long-term support networks. International initiatives can enhance access to scientific data, tools and methodologies, and develop local expertise to use them, but without ongoing engagement may fail to have lasting benefit. Linking capacity development and technology transfer to sustained ocean monitoring is a win-win proposition. Trained local experts will benefit from joining global communities of experts who are building the comprehensive Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS). This two-way exchange will benefit scientists and policy makers in developing and developed countries. The first step toward the GOOS is complete: identification of an initial set of biological Essential Ocean Variables (EOVs) that incorporate the Group on Earth Observations (GEO) Essential Biological Variables (EBVs), and link to the physical and biogeochemical EOVs. EOVs provide a globally consistent approach to monitoring where the costs of monitoring oceans can be shared and where capacity and expertise can be transferred globally. Integrating monitoring with existing international reporting and policy development connects ocean observations with agreements underlying many countries’ commitments and obligations, including under SDG 14, thus catalyzing progress toward sustained use of the ocean. Combining scientific expertise with international capacity development initiatives can help meet the need of developing countries to engage in the agreed United Nations (UN) initiatives including new negotiations for the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction, and the needs of the global community to understand how the ocean is changing. Refereed 14.A Manual (incl. handbook, guide, cookbook etc) 2018-09-25

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  • Authors: Frosini L.;

    The gCube Information System (shortly, IS) delivers functionalities for publishing, discovering, and monitoring the set of resources forming the infrastructure. Moreover it allows to federate different infrastructures. It acts as the registry of the infrastructure, i.e. all the resources are registered in the IS and every service partaking in the infrastructure must refer to it to dynamically discover the other infrastructure constituents. Moreover, the approach provided by the IS is of great support for the dynamic deployment capabilities of gCube.

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    Authors: Crise, Alessandro; Ribera d’Alcalà, Maurizio; Mariani, Patrizio; Petihakis, George; +4 Authors

    In the field of ocean observing, the term of “observatory” is often used without a unique meaning. A clear and unified definition of observatory is needed in order to facilitate the communication in a multidisciplinary community, to capitalize on future technological innovations and to support the observatory design based on societal needs. In this paper, we present a general framework to define the next generation Marine OBservatory (MOB), its capabilities and functionalities in an operational context. The MOB consists of four interconnected components or “gears” (observation infrastructure, cyberinfrastructure, support capacity, and knowledge generation engine) that are constantly and adaptively interacting with each other. Therefore, a MOB is a complex infrastructure focused on a specific geographic area with the primary scope to generate knowledge via data synthesis and thereby addressing scientific, societal, or economic challenges. Long-term sustainability is a key MOB feature that should be guaranteed through an appropriate governance. MOBs should be open to innovations and good practices to reduce operational costs and to allow their development in quality and quantity. A deeper biological understanding of the marine ecosystem should be reached with the proliferation of MOBs, thus contributing to effective conservation of ecosystems and management of human activities in the oceans. We provide an actionable model for the upgrade and development of sustained marine observatories producing knowledge to support science-based economic and societal decisions. Refereed 14.A Manual (incl. handbook, guide, cookbook etc) 2018-09-07

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  • Authors: Marioli V;

    Home Library is a library that uses Apache Jackrabbit, a Java Content Repository, to store and manage content. Using Home Library users can upload files, create groups, set permissions on an folder and share it with other users. Home Library is also provided with a trash folder to prevent accidental deletion of files.

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  • Authors: Assante M.;

    The gCube social networking facilities manifest in a number of applications made available through a thin Web browser are conceptually close to the common facilities promoted by social networks - e.g., posting news, commenting on posted news - yet adapted to deal with large scale collaboration and cooperation on comprehensive scientific products, data sets, theories and tools. Social Profile allow users to enter their professional data and contact information. It also allows to import the profile data directly from LinkedIn via the OAuth 2.0 protocol.

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  • Authors: Simi M.; Cirillo R.;

    The Resource Manager is a SOA based service in charge of managing gCube Scope contexts. The Resource Manager 2.0, by coordinating five distinguished services (Deployer, Software Gateway, Resource Broker, gCube Hosting Node Manager, Web Hosting Node Manager), realizes the VRE dynamic deployment by, respectively, collecting service implementations, selecting target nodes for deployment within the infrastructure, and hosting resources implementations at selected nodes. The primary role assigned to this service is to collects and manage all the resources and service implementations related to a specific Virtual Organization.

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    Authors: Andreozzi, Daniele;

    Over the last twenty years an impressive quantity of studies have in fact focused on commercial companies and on mercantile trade. Using a range of approaches and forms of inspiration, these studies have identified these companies as the main agents in the globalisation process and, some have also argued – sometimes using a teleological method – in birth of capitalism itself, turning such companies into the forerunners of current multinationals and harbingers of present day economic developments. The book’s goal is to contribute to such debates through the use of a ‘Mediterranean standpoint’ also projecting into global spaces. The attention it pays to all practices, including breaking and avoidance of the law, players’ strategies, even within those aspects considered marginal and residual, conflicts, failures and opaque relationships between players and institutions, places this book within a Mediterranean world which was often described using the categories of delay and backwardness in the context of the triumphant, objective and impersonal economic categories. The hypothesis of the book is rather that such typically Mediterranean factors are central to globalisation processes and commercial developments in the modern world too. This is the book’s aim. The Mediterranean standpoint can reveal unseen and unexpected scenarios and act as an analytical tool for ocean-related events and comparisons between them.

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    Authors: Teixido, Nuria; Alliouane, Samir; Kroeker, Kristy J; Mirasole, Alice;

    We present measured and estimated seawater physiochemical parameters at CO2 vents and ambient pH sites along the coast of Ischia (Italy) across water depths from 1 m to 40 m. We characterized the physical and chemical parameters in four CO2 venting sites (vent 1 to vent 4) and reference sites with ambient pH with no venting activity (two reference sites for each CO2 vent). SeaFETTM Ocean pH sensors (Satlantic) were deployed to quantify variation in pH at the CO2 vents and their corresponding ambient pH sites at the same depths where benthic surveys were performed from May to October 2019. Before deployment, the SeaFETs were calibrated with ambient pH water. The mean offset between calibration samples and calibrated SeaFET pH was ± 0.006 units (n= 44 water samples), indicating a high-quality pH dataset. The pH sensors were deployed in the recently discovered CO2 vents (Vent 2, Vent 3, Vent 4) and one of the corresponding reference areas with no visible vent activity during the same period (ambient 2a, ambient 3a, ambient 4a). The pH and seawater physicochemical parameters for vent 1 and their corresponding ambient sites (site Castello Aragonese) are also included here. This data from the Castello Aragonese site was originally reported by Kroeker et al., 2011. Discrete water samples were collected using Niskin bottles at the vent and reference areas with ambient pH to measure: i) the carbonate system parameters during the pH sensor deployment, and ii) the dissolved inorganic nutrients. Salinity was measured using a CTD (CTD Sea-Bird Electronics SBE 19 Plus Seacat). Discrete water samples for total alkalinity (AT) were collected within 0.25 m of the pH sensors using standard operating protocols. Precision of the AT measurements of CRMs was < 2 μmol kg-1 from nominal values. AT and pHT along with in situ temperature and depth were used to determine the remaining carbonate system parameters for each sampling period using the R package seacarb v3.2.12 (Gattuso et al., 2023).

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