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Data Management Education Modules
Entry ID: dataone_education_modules
Abstract: Data Observation Network for Earth (DataONE) is the foundation of new innovative environmental science through a distributed framework and sustainable cyberinfrastructure that meets the needs of science and society for open, persistent, robust, and secure access to well-described and easily discovered Earth observational data.
Education is integral to DataONE and spans formal graduate-level ... training in research and cyber-infrastructure development, to developing informal inquiry-based education modules that allow students of all ages to ask their own specific questions. DataONE is committed to engaging a broad and diverse community of users, engaging students and citizens in science through efforts that span the entire data life cycle, from data gathering, to management, to analysis and publication.
The topics covered include:
1. Why Data Management
2. Data Sharing
3. Data Management Planning
4. Data Entry and Manipulation
5. Data Quality Control and Assurance
6. Data Protection and Backups
8. How to Write Good Quality Metadata
9. Data Citation
10. Analysis and Workflows
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Use Constraints If you use or consider using these materials, we would be grateful if you would take the opportunity to provide feedback.
Credits: Heather Henkel, Viv Hutchison, Carly Strasser, Stacy Rebich Hespanha, Kristin Vanderbilt, Lynda Wayne
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indicators of glacial-interglacial changes in productivity and anoxia on the California continental margin, Geochemica et Cosmichemica, in press.
Gardner, J.V., Dean, W.E., and Dartnell, P., 1997, Biogenic sedimentation
beneath the California Current system for the past 30 kyr and its
paleoceanographic significance. Paleoceanography, v. 12, p. 207-225.
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