Ellyn Montgomery is a Scientist Emeritus with the Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center
Ellyn Montgomery has studied the oceans for more than 35 years. She has worked with a variety of oceanographic instrument systems, and been responsible for all aspects of instrument programming, data collection, analysis, archival and distribution for a number of oceanographic research programs. She joined USGS in 2006 and works on a variety of tasks from data collection, analysis and processing to management of oceanographic time-series observations collected in support of sediment transport research since the 1970s. These observations are served using Open Source software components and Open Geopatial Consortium (OGC) standards to enhance accessibility and interoperability. Data management topics of interest include THREDDS, ISO 19115-2 metadata, use of web services to distribute data, and geoinformatics.
Ellyn is also a software developer for Windows and Linux who has written everything from board-level control code to graphical data visualization tools. Programming languages include Matlab, C, Perl, Python, shell scripting and others.
Marine Metadata Interoperability (MMI) Guides team member
USGS Community for Data Integration member
USGS Coastal and Marine Geology program Data Management Plan steering commit
Honors and Awards
USCG Arctic Service Medal 2008
WHOI Linda Morse-Porteous Award, 2000