ESIP/RDA Earth, Space and Environmental Sciences IG: Developing Global Connections and Collaborations (Remote Access Instructions)
Meeting room: Okavango 2
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Short introduction describing the activities and the scope of the group
The Earth, space, and environmental science communities are developing, through multiple international efforts, both general and domain-specific leading practices for data management, infrastructure development, vocabularies, and common data/digital services. This Interest Group will work towards coordinating and harmonizing these efforts to reduce possible duplication, increase efficiency, share use cases, and promote partnerships and adoption in the community.
Group page: https://www.rd-alliance.org/groups/esiprda-earth-space-and-environmental...
Case statement: https://rd-alliance.org/sites/default/files/case_statement/EarthSpaceEnv...
Earth, space, and environmental science communities building data infrastructures (Catalogue): https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1IoH3U3oxjdJCzL1cCLoWyvXMEms8f3YP...
Other RDA Working Groups and Interest Groups for Possible Collaboration: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/10P3tYTmBeVvl1qb1-DKgDy0oZDSpzgWT...
11th RD-A Plenary Berlin IG Meeting: IG Earth, Space and Environmental Interest Group Inaugural Meeting: https://www.rd-alliance.org/ig-earth-space-and-environmental-sciences-rd...
10th RD-A Plenary Montreal BoF: EarthCube International Partnerships: https://www.rd-alliance.org/earthcube-international-partnerships-rda-10t...
- Provide update on the current status of the IG.
- Invite attendees to add new projects to our catalogue of Earth, Space and Environmental Communities building data infrastructures.
- Provide updates on active projects (known and new)
- Determine common themes across the Earth, Space and Environmental communities building Data Infrastructures and Services.
- Establish a mechanism to share project information and assess any dependencies, overlaps, and gaps. This needs to include allowing multiple efforts that are similar to proceed.
- How do we best manage potential collaborations with other RDA Working Groups and Interest Groups, given that the ESES IG overlaps with so many technically but our content is different.
- Establish Next Steps
- 0-10 Mins: Introduction and tour de table.
- 10-15 Mins; Review the current status of the ESES IG (5 minutes), including published catalogue of represented organizations and their representative who are formally involved with this IG. Invite new participants to join.
- 15-45 Minutes; Provide project updates on key international projects:
- Enabling FAIR Data publishing project - AGU/RDA/ESIP
- OGC Geoscience Domain Working Group
- ISC/CODATA project on data integration
- Provide opportunities for those from the audience to contribute
- 15-55 Minutes Provide project updates on Existing projects
- Part A: Provide updates on known key international projects (5 minutes each):
- i. Enabling FAIR Data project - AGU/RDA/ESIP
- ii. CoreTrustSeal cohort of data Repositories (Rebecca Koskela, Shelley Stall)
- iii. ISC/CODATA project on data integration - Union Standards - Lesley Wyborn (informational)
- iv. EarthCube/CDF (Danie Kinkade)
- v. Solid Earth Observation Networks (Seismology, GNSS, Geomagnetism, Volcanology) (Kirsten Elger)
- vi. Belmont Forum (Rowena Davis)
- vii. ENVRI FAIR (Helen Glaves, to be presented by Lesley Wyborn)
- Part B: Provide updates on new key international projects (5 minutes each):
- i. Provide opportunities for those from the audience to contribute on new projects added to the catalogue.
- 55-75 minutes: Determine common themes across the Earth, Space and Environmental communities building Data Infrastructures and Services.
- 75-85 minutes: How do we best manage potential collaborations with other RDA Working Groups and Interest Groups, given that the ESES IG overlaps with so many technically but our content is different
- Review list of key RDA WGs/IGs that have technical infrastructure we can leverage?
- Review list of other RDA Discipline Groups
- 85-90 Minutes: Wrap up and next steps.
Our target audience includes participants and their organizations associated with Earth, space, and environmental science projects and efforts. In preparing for this meeting, participants should consider how collaboration with similar efforts in difference countries or organizations can benefit and bring efficiencies and extended services to their stakeholders.
Group chair serving as contact person
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