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The National Science Foundation has made a 5-year, $5.9 million award to a national partnership, led by the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS) at the University of California Santa Barbara, to develop and curate the NSF Arctic Data Center, a new archive for Arctic scientific data as well as other related research documents.
Users of DataONE can now access detailed metrics on their uploaded data through our new data profiles.
January marked the launch of version 2 of the DataONE systems supporting our network of 31 Member Nodes. Designed to be responsive to community input, version 2 supports data profiles, and enables sign in through ORCID, Google or University affiliations; streamlined access for client tools such as R; and a host of new technical features making it easier for Member Node repositories... read more
Please save the date for our upcoming DataONE Users Group (DUG) meeting to be held July 17th-18th, 2016 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. As in previous years, we will be co-locating with the ESIP Summer Meeting.
There is no cost to register.
DataONE welcomes the Nevada Research Data Center (NRDC) as the newest Member Node to join the federation. Based at the University of Nevada, Reno, the NRDC currently serves up data from the NevCAN project. NevCAN is a network of sites dedicated to the monitoring and recording of climate conditions in some of the most remote places in Nevada.
Announcing DataONE Search: A New Way to Discover Data
DataONE is pleased to announce the release of DataONE Search, a web based application allowing users to seamlessly and efficiently discover the 168 thousand publicly accessible data packages* within the DataONE federated network of Member Nodes.
DataONE welcomes the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) as the first Member Node in Australia and the 29th overall to join the federation. TERN is a network-of-networks, somewhat similar to the Long Term Ecological Research Network based in the United States, which also participates with DataONE as a long-term collaborator. TERN brings the overall volume of data discoverable via... read more
DataONE welcomes the NM EPSCoR as the 28th Member Node to join the federation. NM EPSCoR and DataONE have a long history of collaboration. The development of a Tier 4 Member Node at EPSCoR enhances the partnership by providing another replication target for other Member Nodes in the federation and increasing visibility of NM EPSCoR’s holdings to a broader audience.
DataONE welcomes the International Arctic Research Center (IARC), based at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, as the 27th Member Node to join the federation. IARC serves the United States and the international Arctic research community by building an integrated understanding of the Arctic, as a system, with clear and accurate conceptualization of the role of the Arctic in the broader global system.
DataONE welcomes the Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network (GLEON) as the 26th Member Node to join the federation. GLEON, an international grassroots network of people, lakes, and data, was founded in 2005. GLEON limnologists, ecologists, information technology experts, and engineers conduct innovative science by sharing and interpreting high-resolution sensor data to understand, predict, and communicate the role and response of lakes in a changing global... read more