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Report on WORKSHOP ON CYBERINFRASTRUCTURE FOR POLAR SCIENCES

The Polar Cyberinfrastructure Program at the National Science Foundation has the potential to transform polar research by facilitating the transmission and integration of data and knowledge across the polar science and polar cyberinfrastructure (ci) communities. Community input is essential to ensuring that the infrastructure investments meet the on-the-ground requirements of scientists. For the program to meet the needs of the polar science community, stakeholders from the broadest range of science domains must be engaged in defining and communicating their ci needs and desires. nsf sponsored this Workshop on Cyberinfrastructure for Polar Sciences to engage polar and computer scientists and engineers to inform its Polar Cyberinfrastructure Program, to complement the EarthCube experience, and to ensure that the ci needs for this community are understood, articulated, integrated, and aligned with the overall plans and design of a Polar Cyberinfrastructure Strategic Plan.

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    http://www.pgc.umn.edu/system/files/NSF_2013_CyberPolar_Workshop_Report.pdf

Status: Complete
Type: Project
Data Types: Report
Primary Contact
Broderson, Dayne
Email: dayne@alaska.edu
Primary Agency
National Science Foundation
Type
Federal

Funding Agency
EPSCoR - Alaska Adapting to Changing Environments
Type
Academic

ISO Topics
geoscientificInformation

Geo-keywords
Alaska, Arctic

Collection
Coordination, Integration, and Synthesis (CIS)

Direct Record Link
http://epscor.portal.gina.alaska.edu/catalogs/11708-report-on-workshop-on-cyberinfrastructure-for-p
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