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Existing degrees of consolidation
Kabat, P.; Claussen, M.; Dirmeyer, P. A.; Gash, J. H. C.; Bravo de Guenni, L.; Meybeck, M.; Pielke, R. S.; Vörösmarty, C. J.; Hutjes, R. W. A. and Lütkemeier, S.. Vegetation, water, humans and the climate : a new perspective on an interactive system, p.255-265
Examples from a range of degrees of data consolidation are presented here. They range from completely independent datasets (of which there are many), through various levels of consolidation. Examples of consolidated datasets include the products of operational data networks, both general and project specific data archives, and highly consolidated datasets which adhere strongly to standards of format, resolution and documentation.