The fifth meeting of the Arctic Data Committee will be held during 28 November in the morning and during a working dinner as part of the Polar Data Architecture workshop which is from 28 to 30 November 2018 at the WMO Headquarters in Geneva, Switserland.

   Wednesday, November 28th, 2018   
 08:30 - 12:00 Arctic Data Committee Business Meeting ADC members, open to all
08:30 Welcome and introductions All
08:45 ADC Executive report Peter Pulsifer, Marten Tacoma, Stein Tronstad
09:15 National reports All
10:30 Break  
10:45  Report by a representative of SAON Committee on Observing Networks Jan Rene Larsen
11:15 Review of Terms of Reference, leadership review ADC Executive, All
11:40 Open forum All
12:00  Adjourn  

 (Registration Closed)

Planning Call

16 October 2018, 13:00 UTC

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Dates and Location

28 - 30 November 2018

WMO Headquarters, Geneva, Switzerland

7bis, avenue de la Paix,
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PRELIMINARY SUMMARY REPORT of Polar Data and Systems Architecture Workshop

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Background

A consortium of polar data coordinating bodies has recently hosted a number of useful workshops and events to foster collaboration between individuals, institutions, projects and organisations. These events have built on polar data coordination efforts including progress made during the International Polar Year, and two Polar Data Forum meetings.

More recently, the focus has been on identifying and understanding the specifics of polar data sharing and interoperability through workshops such as the Polar Connections Interoperability Workshop and Assessment Process hosted by the European Space Agency in 2016, and the Arctic Spatial Data Pilot implemented by the Open Geospatial Consortium. In May of 2018, the Polar Data Planning Summit (PDPS) hosted by the University of Colorado focused on specific interoperability priorities and the organizational and community-building aspects of data sharing and interoperability.

These and other polar activities have identified a need for continued, detailed technical collaboration in order to advance Polar Data Management. At PDPS technical discussions centred on achieving federated search through the exchange of standardised, well formatted discovery metadata. This is an important first step towards an interconnected polar data system and important gaps and mitigation have been identified at the levels of standardisation, exchange protocols, semantic annotation etc. Discussions also identified challenges consuming data from different sources and communities. Following the PDPS discussions continued during the Arctic Observing Summit (AOS) held in Davos in June of 2018, discussions on how to maintain momentum and facilitate the process towards an interconnected polar data management system resulted in the commitment by the community to a series of more technically oriented workshops focused on developing an architecture for this global system. This is a response to requests from PDPS and AOS participants to coordinate activities between communities. This initiative has been proposed as a deliverable for the upcoming Second Arctic Science Ministerial.

These activities have been and will continue to be organized by a group of coordination bodies including the IASC-SAON Arctic Data Committee, the Southern Ocean Observing System, Standing Committee on Antarctic Data Management, GEO Cold Regions Initiative, Polar View, Arctic Portal, ELOKA, Canadian Consortium on Arctic Data Interoperability, U.S. Inter-agency Arctic Research Policy Committee Arctic Data Sub-Team, and the host of this meeting, the WMO Global Cryosphere Watch. A complete list of organizing bodies is provided below.

The primary purpose of this workshop is to solidify the architecture development team and to continue progress on components already under development. Specifically, work undertaken by the polar data community on:

Federated Search for Polar Regions

ADC-IARPC-SCADM Vocabularies and Semantics Working Group

 

General Background on Status and Requirements of Polar Data Management

Report of IPY Data Management Workshop (2006)

Report on SAON Data Management Workshop

Workshop on Arctic Data Coordination (2012 IPY Conference)

NSF Workshop on Cyberinfrastructure for Polar Sciences

Communiqué of First Polar Data Forum

Communiqué of Second Polar Data Forum

Data Management for Arctic Observing

Response by the Polar Data Community to the OGC Request for Information on Arctic Spatial Data

OGC Arctic Spatial Data Pilot Phase I Report

Summary Report of Polar Connections Interoperability Workshop and Assessment Process

Arctic Science Ministerial Deliverable Statement submitted to the Second Arctic Science Ministerial held in Berlin on the 26th of October, 2018 

 

Associated Organizations

 

The meeting is being co-led and co-organized by key polar data projects and programs. The meeting follows the Polar Data Planning Summit, Activities of Working Group 4 of the 2018 Arctic Observing Summit and other activities.  As of writing, organizers, partners, and contributors include:

  • IASC/SAON Arctic data Committee
  • SCAR Standing Committee on Antarctic Data Management
  • Southern Ocean Observing System
  • Global Cryosphere Watch and related WMO activities (HOST)
  • GEO Cold Regions Initiative
  • Arctic Portal
  • Arctic Spatial Data Infrastructure
  • Polar View
  • International Arctic Social Sciences Association and representatives from the Arctic Social Science Community
  • University of the Arctic
  • EU Arctic Cluster including 8 current EU funded projects (APPLICATE, ARICE, BLUE ACTION, EU-PolarNet, ICE-ARC, iCUPE, INTAROS, INTERACT and NUNATARYUK)
  • U.S. Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee (Arctic Data Sub-Team, associated agencies, and projects)
  • Alaska Ocean Observing System and Axiom Inc.
  • Arctic Observing Viewer and Arctic Research Mapping Application
  • NSF Arctic Data Center
  • Canadian Consortium on Arctic Data Interoperability
  • Polar Data Catalogue
  • Canadian Polar Data Workshop Network
  • Finnish Meteorological Institute
  • National Institute of Polar Research, Japan
  • Research Data Alliance
  • Inuit Circumpolar Council.  Efforts are being made to support other Indigenous organizations in engaging
  • IEEE

 


 

Participant Affiliation Country
Christopher Arko Polar Knowledge Canada Canada
Gabrielle Alix Polar Data Catalogue Canada
David Arthurs Polar View Denmark/Canada
James Badger Arctic Institute of North America, University of Calgary, CCADI Canada
Carolina Behe Inuit Circumpolar Council USA
Oscar Bermúdez National Polar Data Center - Spanish Geological Survey Spain
Pip Bricher Southern Ocean Observing System, POLDER Australia
Taco de Bruin NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research Netherlands
Shannon Christoffersen Arctic Institute of North America, University of Calgary Canada
Julia Collins National Snow and Ice Data Center/CIRES/CU USA
Andreas Cziferszky British Antarctic Survey / Polar View United Kingdom
Ruth Duerr Ronin Institute USA
Øystein Godøy MET Norway / WMO GCW / SIOS Norway
Petra Heil University of Tasmania Australia
Alexander Smirnov (Halldor Johannsson) Arctic Portal Iceland
Matthew Jones Arctic Data Center / DataONE USA
Siri Jodha Khalsa U. Colorado/NSIDC/IEEE USA
Peter Kirsch British Antarctic Survey United Kingdom
Jan Rene Larsen Sustaining Arctic Observing Networks (SAON) Denmark
William Manley University of Colorado INSTAAR USA
Alessandro Marin ESA / Solenix Italy
Maribeth Murray Arctic Institute of North America, University of Calgary, CCADI
Canada
Rodica Nitu World Meteorological Organization Switzerland
Mark Parsons Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute USA
Helen Peat British Antarctic Survey United Kingdom
Fredrik Persäter Arctic SDI (Swedish Mapping, Cadastre and Land Registration authority) Sweden
Giri Prakash ARM Data Center, ORNL USA
Jenn Parrott Inuvialuit Regional Corporation Canada
Peter L. Pulsifer National Snow and Ice Data Center/CIRES/CU, Arctic Data Committee USA
Simon Riopel Canada Centre for Mapping and Earth Observation, Natural Resources Canada Canada
Alberto Salvati National Research Council - CNR Italy
Sampo Savolainen Spatineo Inc. Finland
Stefanie Schumacher Alfred Wegener Institute - PANGAEA Germany
Serge Scory Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, EU Arctic Cluster Belgium
Ingo Simonis Open Geospatial Consortium Germany
Mikko Strahlendorff Finnish Met Institute Finland
Colleen Strawhacker National Science Foundation USA
Marten Tacoma NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research Netherlands
Alex Tate British Antarctic Survey United Kingdom
Thomas Vandenberghe Royal Belgian Institute for Natural Sciences Belgium
Xin Li Institute of Tibetan Plateau, Chinese Academy of Sciences China
   Additional registrants who have asked not to be listed here  

 


Agenda and presentations

Links in the agenda give the slides of the presentation.

   Wednesday, November 28th, 2018   
 08:30 - 12:00 Arctic Data Committee Business Meeting ADC members, open to all
08:30 Welcome and introductions All
08:45 ADC Executive report Peter Pulsifer, Marten Tacoma, Stein Tronstad
09:15

National reports

All
10:30 Break  
10:45  Report by a representative of SAON Committee on Observing Networks Jan Rene Larsen
11:15 Review of Terms of Reference, leadership review ADC Executive, All
11:40 Open forum All
12:00  Adjourn  
     
  Polar Data and Systems Architecture Workshop Main Program  
Time  Topic/Item  Lead, Participants
13:00   Arrival, Refreshments 
13:30 Welcome, logistics Meeting organizers
13:45 Introductions All participants
14:00 Review of recent activities and outcomes Peter Pulsifer, Øystein Godøy, Pip Bricher, others
14:30 Detailed presentations on existing polar data and system architectures (~ 15:00 / talk including questions)
  Overview of the PDSAW Methodology (5 minutes) Peter Pulsifer
  Arctic Spatial Data Infrastructure Fredrik Persäter
  NSF Arctic Data Center / DataONE Matt Jones
  Polar Thematic Exploitation Platform David Arthurs
  Arctic Portal Data Services Alexander Smirnov
15:30 Break All
15:45 Lightning talks presentations on architectures  
  CAS Poles big data platform architecture Xin Li (Remote)
  Canadian Consortium for Arctic Data Interoperability Shannon Christopherson
  GEOSS platform Peter Pulsifer
  Southern Ocean Observing System Southern Ocean Observing System
  Standing Committee on Antarctic Data Management Taco de Bruin
  Arctic Research Mapping Application and Arctic Observing Viewer Bill Manley
16:45

Synthesis discussion.  Identify elements of  architectural synergy and divergence for discussion on Day 2

All 
17:30  Adjourn  
Evening 1)  Dinner on your own - recommendations will be provided and the coordination of group dining facilitated 
  2)  Working dinner for Arctic Data Committee members 
   Day 2: Thursday, November 29th, 2018   
08:00 Arrival, Refreshments 
08:30

Review of Day 1 and Overview of Working Sessions  (All)

 

Presentation: Global Cryosphere Watch Data Management,  Øystein Gødøy

Presentation: Considerations on the ArcticSDI Architecture, Ingo Simonis

Presentation: GEOCRI – GEO Cold Regions Initiative, Yubao Qiu, Peter Pulsifer, presented by Peter Pulsifer

Presentation: Overview of PDSAW Methodology, Peter Pulsifer

10:00

Work Session 1: Comprehensive architecture design (all elements of architecture)

Working Session 2:  Architecture design with a focus on Federated Search  
 

A broad review of all aspects of architecture. Including but not limited to discussion of:

  • Community building, coordination, and governance,
  • Physical infrastructure,
  • Discovery and federated search
  • Implementation software
  • Standards and specifications
  • Exchange protocols for data
  • Semantic annotation and modeling for data

Open discussion to set priorities for this working group.
All members to share their two most pressing metadata challenges that limit inclusion in an overall metadata architecture. (Pip Bricher)

Potential topics include:

  • Discovery vs use metadata
  • Metadata granularity
  • Exchange protocols
  • Semantics/vocabularies for metadata
10:30 Break Break
10:50 Working Session 1 continued.  Identifying key components of the architecture

Working Session 2 continued: Open discussion (on topic(s) selected before the break)

 11:45  

Opportunities to collaborate between POLDER and WIGOS

Presentation: GCW, the Scientific Community and WIGOS, Øystein Godøy

Presentation: WIGOS & OSCAR, … Where Observational Requirements Meet Observational Capabilities, J. Klausen et al.

12:30 Lunch  Lunch
13:30 Work Session 1 Work Session 2
  Summary of morning Working Sessions (presented by a representative of each session; 15 minutes per session.
 14:00

Focus on semantic aspects of data sharing and implications for architecture design

Opportunities to collaborate with ASDI/Spatineo: Remote presentation by Sampo Savolainen

Open discussion

15:30 Break
  Comprehensive Architecture Design:  develop a data sharing architecture diagram/design and related narrative that describes a system that could serve one or more use cases. Wherever possible, this architecture will address challenges identified and utilize solutions identified in the previous sessions. Finalise the polar metadata catalogue survey and paper started at the Polar Data Planning Summit
17:30

Schema.org and Google Data Search, Remote presentation by Natasha Noy, Google

  • The launch announcement gives a high-level overview of the product
  • This article helps you learn more about the technology behind Google Dataset Search
  • This blog post provides motivation and discussion of our approach
18:15 Adjourn
19:00 Group dinner.  Restaurant Les Brasseurs. Place Cornavin 20, 1201 Genèveation 2, Geneva
Friday, November 30th, 2018
08:00 Arrival, Refreshments 
08:30 Review of Day 1 and Overview of Working Sessions
09:00 Working Session 1: Preparation for plenary presentation; consideration of Day 2 results of federated search working session  Working Session 2: Preparation for plenary presentation; consideration of Day 2 results of the comprehensive architecture working session 
10:30 Break 
10:50 Presentation and discussion of architecture-related designs by both groups
12:30 Lunch 
13:30 Synthesis and the Future Peter Pulsifer & other facilitators
  Establishing the next steps.  How do we continue to coordination of architectures design efforts across the increasing number of polar data initiatives? Specific funding or development opportunities. Discussion by all
14:30 Adjourn 


Registration / Transportation

Registration for in-person attendance is now closed. If you would like to participate remotely, please contact us using the contact information provided below.

Transportation

WMO is located next to station Geneva-Sechèron (this is NOT the main station Cornavin). From Geneva Airport (GVA) it takes a couple of minutes by taxi/uber, or around half an hour by either bus or train to get to WMO or the center of Geneva. More information on public transport is available on https://www.gva.ch/en/desktopdefault.aspx/tabid-67/. In the baggage hall of Geneva Airport are machines where you can get a free 80-minute ticket for public transport to get to your hotel. Several hotels provide free public transport cards to use during your stay in Geneva, otherwise, a single ticket is CHF 3.

Geneva is also well reachable by train from several directions allowing flights to other airports as well or full train rides to Geneva.

WMO, train stations and airport

Picture by WMO, go to their website for more information on specific lines of bus/tram to take to WMO

 

Bus Access to WMO:

Buses 1, 25, stop Jardin Botanique and 11, 28 (stops
Secheron or Jardin Botanique).
United Nations building is at about 500 m.

Accommodation

There are several hotels close to WMO, and many more around Cornavin station and in other parts of Geneva. Besides using public transport you can also walk from hotels in near Cornavin station to WMO, this takes around 20 minutes and it is a very nice walk along the lake.

Hotels close to WMO headquarters:

Or look at booking.com (direct link for Geneva, adjust dates to your own travel schedule) or any other booking site of your liking for hotels

Visa information

On this website, you can check the requirements to enter Switzerland. If you need an invitation letter to obtain a visa to attend the Polar Data Architecture Workshop, please contact Peter Pulsifer and Marten Tacoma.


Remote participation

We are providing an option for remote participation using the Zoom web conference system. We will do our best to provide reasonable quality audio, however due to resrouce limitations, we cannot guarantee this.  The connection links are posted here, however, note that for technical reasons the meeting information can change from day to day (or even within a day). We will update the links below as needed. Also, please take the time to test before joining the meeting.  We will not be able to provide technical support to participants.

For those using dial-in, please refer to the following link to find your local number: https://zoom.us/u/a95VssgxR

PDSAW Day 1

Time: Nov 28, 2018 8:00 AM Zurich

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PDSAW Day 2

Time: Nov 29, 2018 8:00 AM Zurich

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PDSAW Day 3

Time: Nov 30, 2018 8:00 AM Zurich

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Contact

Agenda: Peter Pulsifer
Logistics: Marten Tacoma
If your message is urgent, please send it to both Peter and Marten. If one of us is away the other will try to help you.

Dates: 16 to 18  September 2017

Time: 09:00 - 18:00

Venue: Centre Mont-Royal, Montreal, Canada

The Fourth Meeting of the Arctic Data Committee took place from 16 - 18 September, 2017 in Montreal, Canada.  The report of the meeting is currently being drafted and will be posted here soon.  Highlights of the meeting include the expansion of the ADC Metadata Elements project, to a joint effort between ADC, the Standing Committee on Antarctic Data Management and the Southern Ocean Observing System.  The group will focus on enabling federated search across polar data repositories and catalogues.  The ADC-IARPC Vocabularies and Semantics Working Group was formally launched and held its first meetng on 17 October 2017.

Saturday 16 September and Sunday 17 September were separate meetings of SCADM and ADC. Monday 18 September was a joint meeting of SCADM and ADC. 

Background Information 

For information about travel, accommodation and visa information please have a look at https://www.rd-alliance.org/plenaries/rda-tenth-plenary-meeting-montr%C3%A9al-canada (when you need an invitation letter and you are joining only the SCADM and/or ADC meetings please contact Marten Tacoma)

For attending the RDA Plenary you have to register trough the RDA website at https://www.rd-alliance.org/plenaries/rda-tenth-plenary-meeting-montr%C3%A9al-canada (early bird registration is available until 14 August 2017 midnight EDT). The RDA Plenary will close 21 September early in the afternoon.

EU-PolarNet Deliverables D3.5 and D3.8

Scoping and planning meeting

7th November, 15h-18h

Venue: European Space Agency ESRIN, Frascati, Italy. Meeting room D

Introduction

The meeting will plan activities for the two EU-PolarNet deliverables

  • “Data management recommendations for polar research data systems and infrastructures in Europe” (D3.5) and
  • “White paper on European polar data accessibility, including proposals for capacity building methodology to interconnect the existing and upcoming polar research data systems and infrastructures and thus ensure data are made more widely available and in a timely manner (D3.8)

The deliverables belong to Task 3.3 (Data Management and Interoperability”) in Work Package 3: “Infrastructures, Facilities and Data“.

The task description is found in Appendix A. Overall, the task is meant to analyse how ‘European scientific data from the Polar Regions are managed and made accessible’. From this analysis, ‘recommendations will be made to improve and optimise existing European systems’. There will also be recommendations on ‘needs for new systems that may need to be created to facilitate a coherent data management system…’

Agenda

  1. Welcome and tour-de-table.
  2. Introductions to
  • EU-PolarNet and Work Package 3 (Nicole or Beatrix)  
  • Task 3.3 and D3.8 (Serge)
  1. Information gathering for D3.5 and D.3.8. What will the input/sources be?
  2. Analysis for D3.5 and D.3.8. What kind of analysis should be undertaken?
  3. Timelines and next step

A proposed table of contents for D3.8 is outlined in Appendix B. Recommended background reading is found in Appendix C.


The meeting is held the day before the Arctic Data Committee’s ‘Interoperability Workshop and Assessment Process’ more information about meeting logistics is found here: http://arcticdc.org/meetings/adc-meetings/interoperability-workshop   

Remote attendance through GoToMeeting dial-in is possible – see Appendix E.


Appendix A: From EU-PolarNet’s Description of Work

 

T3.3 Data Management and Interoperability

Data management is recognized as a priority area for polar science and quality controlled data from the Polar Regions is required to help address urgent global environmental issues. This task will therefore focus on an analysis of how European scientific data from the Polar Regions are managed and made accessible to a wide range of users. On this basis, recommendations will be made to improve and optimise existing European systems and identify needs for new systems that may need to be created to facilitate a coherent data management system that is integrated into a global polar data management system.

The task will build on the work already performed under SAON and under the “International Polar Data Forum”, an initiative of both SCAR and IASC. Some progress has been achieved through recommendations arising from SAON data management workshops, initiatives to Polar Metadata Profiles and Polar Information Commons, etc. The “International Polar Data Forum” has also issued a series of observations and recommendations in order to meet the expectations concerning accessibility and reusability of the data, often collected thanks to significant public funding. However, there remains a significant gap between these statements of good intent and their practical adoption and implementation.

The Task will focus on:

  • Establishing a clearer picture of existing European polar data management structures, including the data flows between the various national and international data management systems, from the publication of metadata to the publication of the data itself.
  • Cataloguing European polar infrastructures and instrumentation that produce relevant data, including space assets and commercial assets that could be exploited to enhance polar data collection.
  • An analysis of the legal, regulatory and, possibly, contractual rules that currently frame access to the data and explore the possibilities of harmonisation, including the promotion of open access and use.
  • An analysis of the technical solutions presently in place that facilitate access to data (e.g. network protocols, (meta)data standards etc.) and to ensure their protection, accuracy and long-term use,
  • An analysis of how a better discoverability and accessibility of the data can contribute to a better interoperability of the data provision mechanisms.
  • Identifying end-user data needs through stakeholder consultations.
  • Producing recommendations paving the way towards a coordinated European Polar Data Infrastructure, which interconnects existing and forthcoming polar research systems and infrastructures, and is compatible with the requirements for strengthened trans-Atlantic and worldwide cooperation.

D3.5: Data management recommendations for polar research data systems and infrastructures in Europe (M32) (AMAP)

D3.8: White paper on European polar data accessibility, including proposals for capacity building methodology to interconnect the existing and upcoming polar research data systems and infrastructures and thus ensure data are made more widely available and in a timely manner (M48) (RBINS)


 

Appendix B: Draft Table of Content of White paper (D3.8) - version 20161018

Section Comment # of pages Author(s)
Executive summary   1  
Introduction   2–3  
The existing landscape
  • Polar infrastructures and instrumentation producing relevant data (link to outcomes other task(s)→ 4 pp. + Data from “less hard” scientific disciplines (social sciences) → 4 pp.
  • Data infrastructures (summary results survey → 10 pp.
  • Technical solutions → 10 pp.
  • data flows → 6 pp. ?
  • legal, regulatory & contractual rules → 10 pp.?
Some facts highlighted in separate “boxes”, Detailed facts in Annex.
40–45  
The needs “Identifying end-user data needs through stakeholder consultations.” 10–15  
The recommendations
  • Best data management practices (per discipline?) – Summary D3.5 → 10 pp.
  • Discoverability, accessibility & interoperability → 10 pp.
  • Evolution of the data infrastructures → 10 pp.
  • Data policy → 5 pp.
35 pp.  
Conclusions   1–2  
Annexes      
    Max. 100 pp. w/o annexes  

Appendix C: Background reading

The listed documents contain recommendations on data management from different international fora and from different perspectives:

SAON Data Management Workshop Report (2010):  http://www.arcticobserving.org/images/pdf/Workshops/6th_data_management/DRAFT_REPORT_-_SAON_Data_Management_Workshop_Report_FINAL_GBL0818101.doc

Workshop on Arctic Data Coordination (2012 IPY Conference): http://www.arcticobserving.org/news/92-workshop-on-arctic-data-coordination-at-ipy-2012-montreal

Workshop on cyberinfrastructures for polar sciences (2013): http://www.pgc.umn.edu/system/files/NSF_2013_CyberPolar_Workshop_Report.pdf

Data Management for Arctic Observing (2013):  http://www.arcticobservingsummit.org/sites/arcticobservingsummit.org/files/Pulsifer%20et%20al%20DataManagement.pdf

INTERACT: Management planning for arctic and northern alpine research stations – Examples of good practices (2014, chapter 11): http://gfzpublic.gfz-potsdam.de/pubman/item/escidoc:1403903/component/escidoc:1416263/INTERACT_ManagementPlanning_2014.pdf

Communiques from Polar Data Forum:

Conference statements from the Arctic Observing Summit (2016, statement no. 7): http://www.arcticobservingsummit.org/aos-2016-conference-statement-0

Data citation and publication: https://www.bas.ac.uk/data/uk-pdc/data-citation-and-publishing/

Open Geospatial Consortium:

SeaDataNet -> Standards and Software:  http://www.seadatanet.org/Standards-Software   

Data Access and Management in the EUDAT Collaborative Data Infrastructure: https://www.eudat.eu/data-access-and-management-eudat-collaborative-data-infrastructure

Digital Curation Centre (DCC) -> Data Management Plans: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/resources/data-management-plans

DCC Curation Lifecycle Model -> DCC Curation Lifecycle Model: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/resources/curation-lifecycle-model

USGS -> Data Lifecycle Overview: https://www2.usgs.gov/datamanagement/why-dm/lifecycleoverview.php

ENVRIPlus: http://www.envriplus.eu


 

Appendix E: GoToMeeting dial-in information

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Third Meeting of the IASC-SAON Arctic Data Committee

Draft Agenda

10 November

European Space Agency ESRIN
Via Galileo Galilei
Casella Postale 6400044 Frascati (Roma)
Italy

Meeting Records

[Posted following meeting]

Agenda - 10 November 2016

Time Topic/Activity Moderator/Speaker
08:30 Arrival and refreshments All
09:00 Welcome and introductions:
- Opening remarks from IASC, SAON, and ADC CO
- Update on activities in our SAON sister committee, CON
All, ADC Chair, CON Chair
09:30 ADC Terms of Reference
- Discuss, adopt and submit to IASC and SAON for endorsement
All
10:00 Memorandums of Cooperation with SCADM and SOOS
- Adopt SCADM MoC
- Discuss SOOS MoC
All
10:30 Review of outcomes from Interoperability Workshop
- Including report from the EU-PolarNet meeting
- Evaluate items for inclusion in the ADC work plan
 
11:00 Break  
11:20 SAON Review
- Outcomes of the 2016 SAON external review; bearing on ADC’s work
Jan René Larsen
12:15 Lunch  
13:15 Review of outcomes from Interoperability Workshop
- Including report from the EU-PolarNet meeting
- Evaluate items for inclusion in the ADC work plan
 
14:00 Review of outcomes from the International Data Week
- Identify RDA, CODATA, WDS activities of particular interest to Arctic (Polar) data management
- Consider RDA activities for specific ADC involvement
 
14:45 ADC workplan, review
Report on:
- Mapping the Arctic Data Ecosystem including ArcticInfo project update
- Common metadata elements
- Data publication and citation (task was marked "completed" in Waterloo, but some trailing elements remain)
- Network building, WDS membership
- Outreach
CO and task leads
15:15 Break  
15:35 ADC workplan, review
- Review of progress and developments
- Priorities for 2017
All
17:00 1. ADC membership; representation from indigenous peoples’ organisations
2. ADC 2017 meeting, time and venue
- Proposed: at WMO in Geneva
All
17:15 Adjourn All

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