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Professional Development for an Evolving Earth Science Workforce

Downs, Robert R.; Chen, Robert S.

The EarthCube community is faced with various challenges, opportunities, and choices for enabling Earth science. Technology is evolving rapidly and new tools and techniques are being created and enhanced to enable community members to do more individually and collaboratively. Workforce development opportunities can assist community members in their efforts to improve their capabilities and knowledge. A panel will describe workforce development opportunities that are available for the Earth science community and engage in a discussion with the audience on how the EarthCube community can improve by leveraging these opportunities.

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Center for International Earth Science Information Network
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September 4, 2014

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Presented by Robert R. Downs as part of the EarthCube Community Workforce Development Panel Session that was organized by Robert R. Downs, Robert S. Chen, Leslie Hsu, Kerstin Lehnert, Erin Robinson, and Ilya Zaslavsky and was convened on Wednesday, 25 June 2014, during the EarthCube 2014 All Hands Meeting held in Washington, DC, on 24-26 June 2014.

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