[ESIP-all] AGU Call for Abstracts: GC018: Environmental Observatories: Challenges and Opportunities

Brian Wee bwee at neoninc.org
Fri Aug 3 08:15:42 EDT 2012

Dear Colleagues,

Please consider submitting abstracts to  GC018: Environmental Observatories: Challenges and Opportunities

"The spatio-temporal complexity of environmental systems creates an urgent need for continental-scale observatories to address pressing scientific questions. Observatories provide a platform for the integration of sensors and field sampling allowing for scaling of data from local to continental scales. The resulting data require sophisticated information infrastructures able to ensure high quality data products and to facilitate the use of such data. To ensure success the community must benefit from the infrastructure and data products. This session focuses on engaging with the community to define the types of data generated, the ways in which the infrastructure and data can be used and inform future directives of large observatories."

  1.  Charlotte L Roehm, NEON Inc., croehm at gmail.com<mailto:croehm at gmail.com>
  2.  Hank Loescher, hloescher at neoninc.org<mailto:hloescher at neoninc.org>
  3.  Dave Tazik, dtazik at neoninc.org<mailto:dtazik at neoninc.org>
  4.  Robert Tawa, rtawa at neoninc.org<mailto:rtawa at neoninc.org>


Brian Wee, Ph.D.<http://www.neoninc.org/about/staff/brian-wee>
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