Archiving of data from earth system research - an overview


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Hannes.Grobe [ at ] awi.de

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With examples from earth system research data, an overview is presented on organizations, infrastructures and technologies involved in the long-term archiving, publication and provision of data, e.g. Global Change Master Directory, World Data Center System, NASA, national archives, portals. The importance of metadata, geocodes, citations and persistent identifiers in the context of data search and usage is discussed. Major international projects producing data and repositories storing data in the field of earth sciences are presented in terms of the 5 earth spheres (hydrosphere, cryosphere, atmosphere, lithosphere, biosphere).



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Earth System Science Research School, ESSReS-L2: Introduction to the interdisciplinary field of Earth System Science, Part II.
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Grobe, H. and Sieger, R. (2009): Archiving of data from earth system research - an overview , Earth System Science Research School, ESSReS-L2: Introduction to the interdisciplinary field of Earth System Science, Part II .


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