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  List of Accepted Contributions - ESSI9 Grid for Geosciences applications

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Chandra, S.; Baru, C.; Subbarao, K.; Agarwal, A.
Building a Portal Middleware Grid for Geoscience Communities

Garcia, J.; Zednik, S.; West, P.; Fox, P.
Grid-enabled OPeNDAP Hyrax servers: parallel/multiple back-end services and remote netCDF invocation

Fiore, S.; Negro, A.; Vadacca, S.; Cafaro, M.; Aloisio, G.
Grid metadata management for Earth Science

Stockhause, M.; Kindermann, S.; Plantikow, S.
Metadata Organization and Lifecycle in Earth System Science (C3Grid)

Angelini, V.; Mazzetti, P.; Nativi, S.; Fiorucci, P.; Verlato, M.
Implementation of geospatial services in Grid: the RISICO case study

Krüger, A.; Baranski, B.
Different kinds of gridification of OWS - Theoretical approach and practical example (withdrawn)

Middleton, D.; Williams, D.; Cinquini, L.; Bernholdt, D.; Foster, I.; Fox, P.
The Earth System Grid: A global data access and analysis environment for climate research

Portela, O.; Tabasco, A.; Brito, F.; Goncalves, P.
A grid enabled infrastructure for Earth Observation

Ramamurthy, M.
Linked Environments for Atmospheric Discovery (LEAD): A Cyberinfrastructure for Mesoscale Meteorology Research and Education

Schwichtenberg, H.; Ciglan, M.; Zhizhin, M.; Petitdidier, M.
Evaluation of grid middleware and tools relative to requirements of earth science data and metadata management

Wang, D.L.; Zender, C.S.; Jenks, S.F.
Lightweight scientific workflows: balancing desktop ease with grid scale (withdrawn)

Fernandez-Quiruelas, V.; Fernandez, J.; Cofino, A. S.; Gutierrez, J. M.
GRID workflow management for climate simulations.

Hluchy, L.; Petitdidier, M.; Som de Cerff, W.; Schwichtenberg, H.; Tran, V. D.; Linford, J. ; Fusco, L.
Dissemination and exploitation of Grids in Earth Science

Raoult, B.
The SIMDAT Meteo activity: Distributed data access to operational meteorological data centres

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