Persistent Identification, Publication, and Trustworthy Management of Research Resources
The following WDS-convened Session has been accepted in the Earth and Space Science Informatics focus group at the AGU 2016 Fall Meeting.
Session Description: Continuity of science demands that data and related research resources remain identifiable, accessible, useful and meaningful over time. Powerful tools, such as persistent identifier systems (PIDs) have the potential to support cutting-edge research, such as meta-analyses, text- and data-mining, cross-disciplinary and complex, collaborative long-term projects that use inputs from multiple sources. At the same time, publishers and other science stakeholders are realizing the importance of curating and archiving data in certified Trustworthy Digital Repositories that enable long-term stewardship and accessibility with open data policies. PIDs and other tools and services offer researchers a means of tracking, linking, and managing research assets to achieve new insights. Contributions to this session describe challenges, opportunities, and innovative tools and services that are being developed, studied, and adopted by data producers, publishers, repositories, and services to ensure future identification, discovery, access, and reuse of Earth and space science data and related research resources.
Primary Convener: Sandy Harrison, WDS-SC Chair (University of Reading)
|When||08:00 AM–10:00 AM, 15 Dec 2016|
|Where||AGU 2016 Fall Meeting|
|Contact Name||Mustapha Mokrane|
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