[ESIP-all] Session of interest at upcoming Ocean Sciences Meeting, Feb 2010 in Portland OR
Kenneth.Casey at noaa.gov
Fri Aug 21 08:47:29 EDT 2009
We are encouraging abstract submissions for the session titled "Ocean
Data Stewardship to Link Observations to Research and Applications"
during the Ocean Sciences Meeting to be held in Portland, Oregon,
February 22-26, 2010.
This session will call together those individuals connected to all
facets of ocean data collection, management and usage. Our goal is
to foster discussion and exchange ideas on how to better facilitate
the interconnection of observations and research. Ocean data
producers, managers and stewards as well as researchers, students and
all other data users are encouraged to participate. Please feel free
to distribute this announcement to any interested parties. The
deadline to submit an abstract is 15 October 2009 – 2359 Eastern
Daylight Time. Late submissions will not be accepted. Session
details are included below. For more information on abstract
submission please see: http://www.agu.org/meetings/os10/ .
MT07: Ocean Data Stewardship to Link Observations to Research and
Sponsor: Marine Technology
Co Sponsor: Physical Oceanography
Conveners: Kenneth Casey (kenneth.casey at noaa.gov), Stephen Diggs
(sdiggs at ucsd.edu), Danie Kinkade (danie at ucsd.edu), Alex Kozyr
(kozyra at ornl.gov)
The last decade has seen a dramatic increase in the diversity,
complexity and volume of oceanographic observations. These changes
have stressed traditional data management techniques and tools,
making it difficult to fully exploit the value of these observations.
To meet these challenges and support an ever-widening range of
applications, today's data management systems need to evolve into
robust data stewardship systems, capable of working "smarter" and
incorporating recent advances in technology and scientific
understanding. This session solicits contributions from ocean data
producers, users, and stewards to explore the challenges, discuss
possible solutions, and generate ideas on how modern ocean data
stewardship can allow the ocean research and application communities
to fully realize the value of the observations being collected.
[NOTE: The opinions expressed in this email are those of the author
alone and do not necessarily reflect official NOAA, Department of
Commerce, or US government policy.]
Kenneth S. Casey, Ph.D.
NOAA National Oceanographic Data Center
1315 East-West Highway
Silver Spring MD 20910
301-713-3272 ext 133
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