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Reichman, Jones, and Schildhauer write about the technological and sociological challenges and opportunities of an open data model for ecology in Science (http://dx.doi.org/10.1126/science.1197962). The authors discuss the technological approaches to issues of data dispersion, heterogeneity, and provenance in ecology, and show how a federated data system like DataONE can play a pivotal role in open, reproducible science.
Understanding patterns of bird occurrence at continental scales has long been one of eBird's fundamental challenges and has also been a focus of the DataONE Exploration,Visualization and Analysis Working Group. The results of this work are highlighted on the eBird website.
News Reports from the DataONE Director’s Chair
“The first year of DataONE” News Report No. 2 (23 August 2010) – Bill Michener, PI
Supercomputer time will help ornithologists make ecological sense of millions of records of bird sightings.
by Emma Marris
Will Satellites and Supercomputers Improve Bird Watching?
Combining high-tech tools with a database of bird sightings may help indicate how climate change is affecting bird movement in the U.S.
By Lauren Morello and Climatewire
Add space satellites and supercomputers to the list of birdwatching tools.
“Welcome to DataONE” News Report No. 1 (25 June 2010) – Bill Michener, PI
Welcome to the first news report from the DataONE Director’s Chair! In this and future reports, my colleagues and I will inform you about DataONE objectives and project status. The project status will include updates on the architecture and its implementation, education and outreach, and DataONE success stories. The reports are meant to be relatively brief, informative, candid, and, at times, humorous.
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DataONE invites applications for summer research internships for undergraduates, graduate students and postgraduate (MS, PhD) students.
A new global data access program will help scientists deal with the ever-increasing amount of information they must access to understand Earth’s living and nonliving systems.
The program, called DataONE, is a global data access and preservation network created by experts at the U.S. Geological Survey’s National Biological Information Infrastructure (NBII), in partnership with many universities. DataONE is the result of a recent 5-year, $20 million award through the National Science... read more