Technologies for a FAIRer use of Ocean Best Practices


Contact
pier.buttigieg [ at ] awi.de

Abstract

The publication and dissemination of best practices in ocean observing is pivotal for multiple aspects of modern marine science, including cross-disciplinary interoperability, improved reproducibility of observations and analyses, and training of new practitioners. Often, best practices are not published in a scientific journal and may not even be formally documented, residing solely within the minds of individuals who pass the information along through direct instruction. Naturally, documenting best practices is essential to accelerate high-quality marine science; however, documentation in a drawer has little impact. To enhance the application and development of best practices, we must leverage contemporary document handling technologies to make best practices discoverable, accessible, and interlinked, echoing the logic of the FAIR data principles [1].



Item Type
Conference (Conference paper)
Authors
Divisions
Primary Division
Programs
Primary Topic
Research Networks
Peer revision
Not peer-reviewed
Publication Status
Published
Event Details
International Conference on Marine Data and Information Systems, 05 Nov 2018 - 07 Nov 2018, Barcelona, Spain.
Eprint ID
51075
Cite as
Buttigieg, P. L. , Simpson, P. , Pearlman, J. , Piessierssens, P. , Caltagirone, S. , Bushnell, M. , Hermes, J. , Heslop, E. , Karstensen, J. , Muller-Karger, F. , Muñoz, C. and Pearlman, F. (2018): Technologies for a FAIRer use of Ocean Best Practices , International Conference on Marine Data and Information Systems, Barcelona, Spain, 5 November 2018 - 7 November 2018 .


Share

Research Platforms
N/A

Campaigns

Funded by
info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/EC/H2020/633211


Actions
Edit Item Edit Item