Sky Bristol
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Sky Bristol joined Genevieve Pearthree's group

Data Facilities

This group brings together representatives of data facilities and data providers representing existing NSF investments in cyberinfrastructure, with the goal to begin organizing a Data Facilities EarthCube End-User Workshop.Goals of this group are to set the stage for improving communication, collaboration and fostering the development of new partnerships among data facilities, in order to identify gaps and overlaps in cyberinfrastructure capabilities. Better communication among data facilities…See More
Sep 30, 2013

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Which would you say is your main area of expertise?
Users who have a strong grasp of both the geoscience community's scientific and cyberinfrastructure needs, Experts in knowledge management/information systems who can contribute to discussions related to turning user and data requirements into cyberinfrastructure functionality

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EarthCube Manifesto: first few guiding principles

A group of six of us met together last night to discuss an EarthCube Manifesto in a BoF session. We had a lively discussion about guiding principles. Attending the BoF...


Posted on November 3, 2011 at 8:05am

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Logos available in EarthCube documents folder.

PNG and PDF versions of the new logo are now available for use in our Google Drive folder. Click the "Documents" tab above and then the EarthCube Logos folder.Continue

Started by Kate Kretschmann Nov 4, 2013.

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