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Tuesday, July 19 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Creating a “10 things” list about Data Management for (Deep) Ocean Scientists

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What are the top ten things data curators wish scientists with (deep) ocean data were aware of? If you had 5 minutes in the hallway with an oceanographer who asks "what can I do better?" what would you tell them or ask them to read? Recognizing the important education and best practices efforts that exist and are ongoing, the goal of this session is not to reproduce work, but to select from existing resources and condense to create a 1-page flier presenting a list of critical concepts, do's-and-don'ts, and/or pointers to key accessible references. While the product may be applicable for marine data in general and observational data in other systems, the Deep Ocean Observing Strategy (DOOS), an international network of deep ocean programs and scientists, is specifically interested in circulating the output to its community. (DOOS focuses on areas >2000m deep, but including relevant processes and data from 200m and below). This work would focus on the data generation aspect of the meeting theme “Data for All People: From Data Generation to Use and Understanding."

[A planned second part of this work is to turn the tables and ask the DOOS community "what 10 things can ocean data repositories do to better support deep ocean science". The goal is to present both in a two-part poster at AGU, as well as bringing it back to winter ESIP 2023, to foster further discussion between deep ocean scientists and data repositories].
Recommended Ways to Prepare: If there existing resources of which are aware of, please bring links/references. We’ll start with a brainstorm of what the key pointers might be.

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Karen Stocks

Director, Geological Data Center, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
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Stace Beaulieu

Senior Research Specialist, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Hi! I am the Information Manager for the Northeast U.S. Shelf LTER. Ask me about WHOI's Ocean Informatics Working Group https://www2.whoi.edu/site/oceaninformatics/
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Dawn Wright

Chief Scientist, Esri
As Chief Scientist of Esri, Dawn Wright aids in strengthening the scientific foundation for Esri software and services, while also representing Esri to the scientific community. A specialist in marine geology, Dawn has authored and contributed to some of the most definitive literature... Read More →

Tuesday July 19, 2022 11:00am - 12:30pm EDT
Ballroom 3 600 Commonwealth Pl, Pittsburgh, PA 15222