AGU 2020 Fall Meeting
The 2020 Fall Meeting of American Geophysical Union (AGU) will be held on 1–17 December 2020 online to accommodate over a thousand hours of virtual content to minimize conflicts while maximizing global engagement. Most content will be prerecorded or available as posters for attendees to view outside of scheduled sessions during the meeting. Join one of the world's largest virtual scientific conferences, with exciting programming and events.
The World Data System of the International Science Council is co-convening the following three-part session at the AGU 2020 Fall Meeting, which focusses on the trustworthy capabilities and services worldwide that enable sharing and long-term use of Open Data in all scientific disciplines. Provision of such capabilities fosters new studies and new data products and services, whilst instruments such as the TRUST Principles, certification, and policy development can contribute to system improvements, as well as increased user expectations.
IN005-I - Improving Infrastructure for Trustworthy Digital Repositories to Enable Current and Future Use of Open Data in Developed and Developing Countries I
IN005-II - Improving Infrastructure for Trustworthy Digital Repositories to Enable Current and Future Use of Open Data in Developed and Developing Countries II
IN005-III - Advancing Opportunities for Current and Future Users of Earth and Space Science Data III Poster
Section/Focus Group: Earth and Space Science Informatics
The 2020 Fall Meeting will be attended by Alex de Sherbinin (WDS-SC Chair), Benoît Pirenne (WDS-SC ex officio), Yasuhiro Murayama (WDS-SC ex officio), and Rorie Edmunds (WDS Acting Executive Director).
|When||09:00 AM, 01 Dec 2020–06:00 PM, 17 Dec 2020|
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