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August 25th, 2011
OGC Seeks Participants for Hydrologic Forecasting Interoperability

The objectives for the Hydrologic Forecasting IE are to implement and test WaterML 2.0 and OGC services within a real-time forecasting context. This will address the time and ensemble dimensions of a forecast, as well as the ability of the services to facilitate incremental data updates, and notifications to trigger data exchange capabilities. The work will focus on testing information models and service delivery mechanisms, and in addition, participants are expected to use new and upgraded web services. The ultimate goal is to improve the overall availability of water data and the interoperability of water information systems for hydrologic research and water resource management. Read More