Presentations (Communicative Events)

Research Data Strategies to Support Studies of Human Interactions in the Environment

Downs, Robert R.

When trying to use scientific data, members of the research community need to know how the data can be found, how the data have been reviewed, whether the data have been preserved for future use, how the data are managed throughout the data lifecycle, and how the data have been used. The presentation answers these questions by describing a strategic approach to managing the workflow for the stewardship and curation of scientific data.


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More About This Work

Academic Units
Center for International Earth Science Information Network
Published Here
June 13, 2013


Presented at The Evolution of Research Data: Strategies for Curation and Data Management in Charlottesville, Virginia Thursday May 16, 2013