Generated data and outcomes
will be shared and made available to the scientific community by publication in open access data repositories (more described in the section about Data management plan). In relation to each scientific community from this multidisciplinary project, depending on their potential reuses, each dataset will be available on one or several of the repository systems (PANGAEA for environmental data, NCBI and MARS information system for microbial data, or/and the National Science Foundation (USA) Arctic Data Center, … etc). Another focus of the Data Management Plan is to make sure that the data are well documented (metadata), identified and follow standard format for open access. One of the formats would be table format (CSV for example) but also a format enabling it to be displayed easily on GIS software. NetCDF (Network Common Data Form) is a file format for storing multidimensional scientific data (variables) such as temperature, humidity, pressure, and wind speed and direction. Each of these variables can be displayed through a dimension (such as time) on GIS software. Process of raw data into higher level of data will be done in collaboration with the data centers that will support the project for the storage and distribution that are ESPRI IPSL of Institut Pierre-Simon Laplace and SEDOO of Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées.