Advances in Granule Level Metadata and File Formats in Airborne Facility Instruments to Enhance FAIR Principles and Campaign/Investigator Assignment
Using the example of NASA's airborne image spectroscopy facility instruments, we will share advances in granule-level metadata and DOI assignments that allow appropriate campaign/investigation discovery, filtering, and NASA Campaign Association. We will also describe efforts toward cloud enhanced and interoperable file formats that are closely coupled to similar satellite observations. These advancements are being investigated by the ORNL DAAC with specific relevance to the AVIRIS suite of and MASTER Facility Instruments and have application to many NASA Airborne and Field Campaigns/Investigations. Through participation and collaborations within the Airborne Data Management Group (ADMG), broader community awareness and engagement is encouraged to advance enterprise-level solutions. This poster was presented as part of the 2024 January Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) Meeting held virtually (Jan 23-26, 2024).