[Esip-dds] An example for mapping a document to the data life cycle model

Denise Hills dhills at gsa.state.al.us
Mon Feb 25 15:29:37 EST 2013

Hi Anne,

Just getting caught up on all the DDS emails - you've been busy! Yes, that paper looks like a GREAT resource in many ways.

I'm looking over your mapping hopefully today, and may have some comments later. You mention a telecon this week - when is it? I don't seem to have it on my calendar, and I didn't see Erin list it in the update...


Denise Hills
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Geological Survey of Alabama
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On Feb 22, 2013, at 6:09 PM, Anne Wilson <anne.wilson at lasp.colorado.edu<mailto:anne.wilson at lasp.colorado.edu>> wrote:

Hi all,

I created a document that attempts to provide a framework based on the
data life cycle that we chose, and map the report "Geoscience Data and
Collections: National Resources in Peril" to that framework.  (Please
don't grade me on consistency, yet, anyway.)

(Denise, you should take a look at the report - the emphasis is on
physical samples and addresses some of things we talked about in our
session in January.)

Please take a look and let me know what you think.  At our telecon next
week we could discuss this framework as a vehicle for doing our
literature review and compiling the results.   Are we on the right track?

Thanks!  Talk with you next week.  Happy Friday!


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