[Esip-preserve] Townhall abstract

Peter Fox foxp at rpi.edu
Fri Aug 14 12:43:50 EDT 2009

An example would be: not that you have any/all this situation...

We wish the TH to follow X session at AGU which is requested to be  
scheduled on Monday.
We wish to precede the agency night (we)
We wish to precede the section/fg meetings (Tu)
We have a key presenter who is only available on Monday.

Why / how would broad interdisciplinary input be best achieved on  
Monday evening?

You get the idea?

On 14/08/2009, at 12:25 PM, Mark A. Parsons wrote:

> Hi folks,
> Here's a cut at an abstract. It is exactly 100 words, so any edits  
> cannot make it longer.
> Peter, I don't really know where to justify our Monday request, but  
> I note: To ensure broad interdisciplinary input, we request the  
> meeting be scheduled for Monday evening.
> Cheers,
> -m.
> Peer-reviewed data publication and other strategies to sustain  
> verifiable science.
> Objective, verifiable science requires formal, reviewed publication  
> of data and research results. Data publication contributes to many  
> necessary scientific processes including transparency,  
> reproducibility, documentation of uncertainty, and preservation. The  
> AGU Council reaffirmed this fundamental responsibility in a new  
> position statement (http://www.agu.org/outreach/science_policy/positions/geodata.shtml 
> ).
> Nonetheless, data publication lacks established cultural practice  
> for modern data volumes and complexity. This townhall will briefly  
> present the AGU position statement and some evolving data  
> publication practice. We then seek input from all disciplines on  
> modern approaches for data peer-review and peer-recognition,  
> citation, and other verification practices. The Federation of Earth  
> Science Information Partners will publish discussion results.
> _______________________________________________
> Esip-preserve mailing list
> Esip-preserve at rtpnet.org
> http://lists.deltaforce.net/mailman/listinfo/esip-preserve

More information about the Esip-preserve mailing list