Workshop DescriptionAcross the geosciences, models of the solid and fluid dynamics and physical processes of the earth and space systems advance our scientific understanding of complex environments and our ability to translate our science into useful societal applications. As EarthCube seeks to develop a data and knowledge management system to transform the geosciences, the input of groups and individuals whom have built-up their own infrastructure and communities around modeling efforts will…See More
Critical Zone (CZ) scientists take as their charge the effort to integrate theory, models and data from the multitude of disciplines studying processes on the Earth's surface - from the atmosphere at the vegetation's canopy to the lower boundary of actively cycling ground waters. As such, critical zone scientists and their data managers are at the front line of efforts to effectively compile and use the "dark data in the Long Tail" of earth science and integrate that data with the "Big Data"…See More
This event is part of a series of EarthCube Domain End-User Workshops. The topic/domain of this workshop is Hydrology.Workshop website and virtual participation information:http://www.cuahsi.org/Digital-Crust-workshop.aspx Workshop AbstractIn order to advance the understanding of the critical zone and deeper crust and to better couple the exchange of mass and energy between the surface and the subsurface, this…See More
This event is part of a series of EarthCube Domain End-User Workshops. The topic/domain of this workshop is Critical Zone. The overall goal of the workshop is to develop a set of unifying requirements for the integration of "long tail" data and "big data" and to develop an interactive community of domain and cyber scientists to pursue solutions. Please share this notice with other critical zone or computer scientists interested in a future cyber-infrastructure that meets the needs of…See More
Data discovery, access, and mining are essential functions associated with any cyberinfrastructure that supports data-enabled science. The EarthCube Data Discovery, Access, and Mining (aka DDMA) cluster of activities will assess the state of the art in each of these areas and provide a roadmap for the future. Broad community engagement is a key aspect of this activity. Correspondingly, we will discuss strategies for embracing the needs of the so-called long tail of geoscientists in the areas of…See More
Workflows are used to manage complex computations that have many steps or use large data. Workflow systems assist scientists to select models appropriate for their data, configure them with appropriate parameters, and execute them efficiently. This goal of this group is to advance the use of workflow technologies in geosciences to accelerate discoveries.The group uses an external web site to highlight ongoing activities and events posted here, with links to all the group documents which are…See More
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Geoscientists who have participated in community advisory activities or other mechanisms that provide formal advice to scientific community, Users who have a strong grasp of both the geoscience community's scientific and cyberinfrastructure needs, Individuals who have experience with the governance of multi-user infrastructure and have engaged the community in creating and maintaining facilities
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