[ESIP-all] Submission Deadline THURSDAY: AGU Fall Meeting Session: IN21: Interoperable Earth Science Data Networks
kbene at edac.unm.edu
Tue Aug 2 09:57:13 EDT 2011
A final reminder about Thursday's abstract submission deadline for AGU papers.
We already have confirmed invited speakers from DataOne, CUAHSI, LTER, and NEON. Please join us in this great session.
IN21: Interoperable Earth Science Data Networks
Sponsor: Earth and Space Science Informatics (IN)
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Description: There is an increasing interdependence of Earth Science researchers on data and products produced by members of their community of fellow researchers. This session will focus on the approaches, (technological) solutions, and science products of Earth Science data networks that focus on strengthening research by enabling data sharing between and within communities that they are designed to serve. In particular, papers that highlight the scientific products that have been enabled through the existence of interoperable community data networks are encouraged for submission to this session.
• Karl Benedict (kbene at edac.unm.edu)
• Sergiu Dascalu (dascalus at cse.unr.edu)
• Jeffery Horsburgh (jeff.horsburgh at usu.edu)
• Dan Ames (dan.ames at isu.edu)
Meeting Home Page: http://sites.agu.org/fallmeeting/
Session Information: http://sites.agu.org/fallmeeting/scientific-program/session-search/534
Abstract Submission Policies: http://sites.agu.org/fallmeeting/scientific-program/submit-policies/
Abstract Submission Page: http://agu-fm11.abstractcentral.com/
Thanks for your consideration. If you have any questions, please contact me (Karl Benedict, kbene at edac.unm.edu)
Karl Benedict, Ph.D.
Director, Earth Data Analysis Center
Research Assistant Professor, Geography Department
University of New Mexico
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