Marine Geospatial Ecology Lab

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OBIS-SEAMAP Protected Species Data System

OBIS-SEAMAP (seamap.env.duke.edu) is a spatially and temporally interactive online database for marine protected species, collecting data from ship/aerial surveys and satellite telemetry as well as acoustic monitoring and PhotoID around the globe. This 10-year and on-going service is made possible by contributions from data providers all over the world. As of 2011, the OBIS-SEAMAP database holds …

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Ben Donnelly

MGEL maintains a sizable technical infrastructure of high performance computational and storage resources to for intensive statistical modeling and predictions. Donnelly is responsible for outlaying, maintaining, and upgrading these resources, including resolving technical issues with hardware, in-house software development and integration with organizations who collaborate with the lab.  As a DevOps and programmer, Donnelly is …

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