[Esip-preserve] AGU 2020 Fall Meeting session IN005 - Advancing Opportunities for Current and Future Users of Earth and Space Science Data
hampapuram.ramapriya at ssaihq.com
Tue Jul 7 17:14:24 EDT 2020
(Apologies for multiple postings)
According to the AGU web site, "AGU Fall Meeting 2020 will be mostly virtual and remains the global convening meeting for the Earth and space sciences community. Featured meeting content will be held during the original 7-11 December dates, with additional content scheduled to best meet the needs of our international attendees around the world."
The abstract submission website has been open for several days as you know, and the submission deadline is July 29 (23:59 EDT) .
We would like to welcome your submission to the following session.
Session Number: IN005
Session Title: Advancing Opportunities for Current and Future Users of Earth and Space Science Data
Section/Focus Group: Earth and Space Science Informatics
* <https://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=https%3a%2f%2fagu.confex.com%2fagu%2ffm20%2fin%2fpapers%2findex.cgi%3fsessionid%3d102356&c=E,1,yVAzcBt0IJDKoYOOeQFpFuGv8A_0pg6bBiTAUjVrJck6arxDg-8GpuEqLcbyFkKctKWzgyOCqWpSmeqhnhPNNNObY4ahim37OWWxqbNy&typo=1> Submit your abstract to this session (102356)
Long-term preservation, curation, and dissemination of scientific data and related outputs are vital to ensure they can be reused by researchers, both today and into the future. The evolution of information and communications technology (ICT) in recent decades has facilitated improvements in science infrastructure, as well as in practices for preparing and managing data for potential reuse beyond the original data collection team, enabling transdisciplinary research, data integration, policy-development and decision-making. Data repositories, data centers, archives, and others have leveraged such improvements in ICT to meet challenges for creating systems that attain the Transparency, Responsibility, User Focus, Sustainability, and Technology (TRUST) demanded by their stakeholders and to offer capabilities for Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable (FAIR) data. This session offers presentations on how the research community is meeting the challenges for both TRUST and FAIR, and thus improving opportunities for current and long-term reuse of Earth and space science data.
* Robert Downs, Columbia University of New York, Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN), Palisades NY
* Rorie Edmunds, World Data System of the International Science Council
* H. K. Ramapriyan (Rama), Science Systems and Applications, Inc. and NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
H. K. Ramapriyan (Rama)
Science Systems and Applications, Inc.
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
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