[ESIP-all] AGU session #2497: Data-Intensive Approaches for Collaborative Socio-Environmental Research to Address Climate Challenges
Brian Wee via ESIP-all
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Mon Jun 30 16:53:32 EDT 2014
Please consider submitting an abstract for AGU session #2497, "Data-Intensive Approaches for Collaborative Socio-Environmental Research to Address Climate Challenges". Abstracts are due 2014 Aug 6.
Title: Data-Intensive Approaches for Collaborative Socio-Environmental Research to Address Climate Challenges
Session ID#: 2497
The dynamics of coupled natural-human systems cannot be understood in the absence of data about the human dimension. The informatics community is making headways into measurement and technical interoperability between observing systems, and the scientific community has been making steady progress in developing coupled models that span physical and biological processes. However, integrating socioeconomic data in a scalable, quantifiable, replicable, and repeatable manner remains a challenge.
Dealing with this challenge has never been more important given the critical role environmental intelligence plays in building climate-ready and climate-resilient communities. This session highlights challenges researchers face when integrating socioeconomic data with environmental data, especially projects that have successfully navigated the complex pathways between observational data and climate-change mitigation/adaptation strategies. A special emphasis will be placed on tools and data-intensive approaches that enable collaborative, interdisciplinary ways of discovering, accessing, and integrating socioeconomic and environmental data.
Primary Section/Focus Group: Global Environmental Change
* IN - Earth and Space Science Informatics
* SI - Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences
1627 Coupled models of the climate system [GLOBAL CHANGE]
1630 Impacts of global change [GLOBAL CHANGE]
1936 Interoperability [INFORMATICS]
6620 Science policy [PUBLIC ISSUES]
Primary Convener: Brian Peck-Sheng Wee, National Ecological Observatory Network, Washington, DC, United States
Co-conveners: Christopher P Weaver, Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, United States, Aaron Piña, Colorado State University Department of Atmospheric Science, Fort Collins, CO, United States and Charlotte L Roehm, National Ecological Observatory Network, Boulder, CO, United States
Brian Wee, Ph.D.<http://www.neoninc.org/about/staff/brian-wee>
Chief of Strategic Alliances
National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON), Inc.<http://www.neoninc.org/>
c/o Smithsonian Institution
1100 Jefferson Drive SW, Suite 3123, MRC 705
Washington, D. C. 20560-0001
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