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Call for Abstracts – AGU 2023 Fall Meeting – Session IN015

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    Robert Downs
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    Dear Colleagues,
    I apologize for any duplication of this reminder. With less than a week
    until abstracts are due, please be reminded of the opportunity, below.
    The AGU Fall Meeting 2023
    will be held in San
    Francisco, CA and Online Everywhere during December 11-15, 2023. The
    abstract submission website is open, and the submission deadline is August
    2, 2023. We would like to welcome your submission to the following session.
    Please feel free to share this note with your colleagues who may be
    interested.
    Session Link: https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm23/prelim.cgi/Session/184669
    Session: IN015
    Session Title: Applying Community-Developed Principles and Guidance to
    Improve Open Science Capabilities of Scientific Data Repositories and
    Service Providers
    Session Description:
    With 2023 being designated as the “year of open science” by the OSTP and
    major federal agencies, the research data community is leveraging this
    opportunity to improve capabilities for enabling diverse and collaborative
    users to discover, access, and use open data products and services. Data
    repositories also utilize community-developed guidance to attain goals for
    enabling open science across disciplines, levels of expertise, and
    cultures. Such guidance comes in many varieties and includes the FAIR,
    CARE, and TRUST Principles, among others. Similarly, standards and
    community guidance on topics like data quality, versioning, persistent
    identifiers, open-source software reusability, documentation,
    interoperability, provenance, preservation, reproducibility,
    tool-development, facilitating data citation, and others also offer options
    for data repositories and service providers to improve capabilities for
    data users to realize and contribute to the societal benefits of open
    science. This session’s presentations discuss how data repositories
    leverage principles and related guidance to enable open science.
    Conveners:
    Robert R. Downs, Columbia University of New York, Center for International
    Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN), Palisades NY
    Ge Peng, Earth System Science Center/NASA MSFC IMPACT, The University of
    Alabama in Huntsville
    H. K. Ramapriyan (Rama), Science Systems and Applications, Inc., and NASA
    Goddard Space Flight Center
    Thanks,
    Bob Downs
    – – – – – – – – –
    Robert R. Downs, PhD
    Senior Digital Archivist and Senior Staff Associate Officer of Research
    Acting Head of Cyberinfrastructure and Informatics Research and Development
    Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN),
    Columbia Climate School, Columbia University
    P.O. Box 1000, 61 Route 9W, Palisades, NY 10964 USA
    Voice: 845-365-8985; fax: 845-365-8922
    E-mail: ***@***.***
    Pronouns: he/him/his
    Columbia University CIESIN Web site: http://www.ciesin.columbia.edu
    ORCID: 0000-0002-8595-5134

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