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About USGIN Lab

A partnership of the Association of American State Geologists (AASG - state geological surveys) and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) formally agreed in 2007 to develop a national geoscience information framework that is distributed, interoperable, uses open source standards and common protocols, respects and acknowledges data ownership, fosters communities of practice to grow, and develops new web services and clients. The AASG and USGS have formed an interagency Steering Committee to pursue design and implementation of the U.S. Geoscience Information Network (USGIN).

Who?
Organizations & Projects - USGIN parent organizations, funders, partners, projects, and giants we are building on

What?
Standards - International technical standards on geospatial data, metadata, protocols, and web services

Exactly what?
Profiles - Specifications for USGIN specific profile implementations of above standards
 
How?
Applications - Software applications that may support above standards and profiles

Making it real!
Implementations - Implement profiles and software applications together to create data, metadata, and web services
 
Help!
Community - Discussions and work groups on USGIN profile and implementation development
 

USGIN System Overview

USGIn system overview diagram

Latest additions and changes
Configuring deegree-csw | 8 years 9 weeks ago
» This is a list of our configuration changes too deegree-csw - specifically version 2.3-pre (missing link) with an PostgreSQL backend. Follow instructions in deegree's documentation See deegree_csw_2....
Geospatial data and metadata protocols, services, standards, and profiles | 8 years 9 weeks ago
» The beginnings of a list of geospatially enabled data and metadata protocols, services, standards, and profiles we are getting exposed to. Please, comment with corrections and additions.
What is the difference between CSW, CS-W, and CS/W? | 8 years 9 weeks ago
» Well .. I couldn't find any difference between CSW, CS-W, and CS/W.
It Works! | 8 years 10 weeks ago
» It works! Once you get the app-schema extension installed and the tutorial data in place, it works just fine. Make sure that in your GetFeature requests you specify the outputFormat as GML3, as it...
GeoServer: Installing the App-Schema Extension | 8 years 10 weeks ago
» I've been spending the last couple of days working with GeoServer version 2.0-beta2, which introduces the ability to serve complex features. Serving complex features is a critical component of...
Complex Features in GeoServer | 8 years 10 weeks ago
» GeoServer has released a 2nd Beta of version 2.0. You can read about it on their blog. This is exciting because they've introduced what they're calling the "app-schema extension". Essentially, it...
Groundwork: Basic software installations | 8 years 10 weeks ago
» There have already been successful implementations of GeoSciML Web Feature services, using a few different approaches.
Getting Started | 8 years 10 weeks ago
» I'm starting the process of implementing a WFS that delivers GeoSciML data. I intend to make Group Posts here detailing what I'm trying, what works, what doesn't, in the hopes that it wil both help...
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