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Events

NSIDC staff at AGU 2010
NSIDC staff present new data tools at the demo area and booth at the 2010 AGU Fall Meeting.
—Credit: NSIDC

5 to 9 December 2011

NSIDC Talks, Posters, and Presentations at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Conference

Staff from NSIDC and the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) will attend the American Geophysical Union (AGU) meeting held in San Francisco, 5 to 9 December. Visit NSIDC staff at booth numbers 1437 and 1439 in the exhibit hall.

For more information on the conference, visit the 2011 AGU Fall Meeting Web site.

Below, find a list of NSIDC or affiliated talks and posters, as well as sessions and workshops hosted by NSIDC scientists and data managers.

Talks, Posters, and Presentations

* Indicates presenter

Sessions

Mary Jo Brodzik and Marilyn Kaminski
IN34A. Real Uses of Open Standards and Technologies

Marilyn Kaminski
IN13. Data Management Strategies for Airborne Science Data

Mark Parsons and Ruth Duerr
IN52A. Issues in Scientific Data Preservation and Stewardship

Ruth Duerr
IN21B. Rise of the Data Scientist Posters
IN53B. Issues in Scientific Data Preservation and Stewardship II Posters
ED51D. Science Data Reuse: Art and Literacy Programs for Engagement I

Jeff Deems
C21D Modeling of the Cryosphere I
C23F Quantifying Spatial Variability of Snow and Snow Processes I
C33B Modeling of the Cryosphere III Posters
C33D Quantifying Spatial Variability of Snow and Snow Processes III Posters

Richard Armstrong and Bruce Raup
C13A. Glacier Monitoring From In Situ and Remotely Sensed Observations I Posters

Bruce Raup
C21C. Glacier Monitoring From In Situ and Remotely Sensed Observations II

Walt Meier
C14: Documenting the state of the cryosphere with climate data records

Tingjun Zhang
C21D. Modeling of the Cryosphere I
C33B. Modeling of the Cryosphere III Posters

Workshops

Data Management 101 for Scientists

NSIDC staff member Ruth Duerr will present a half-day data management workshop at AGU. The workshop will introduce everything the modern data-producing scientist needs to know about data management. Topics include discussing the rationale for data management planning particularly in the context of the National Science Foundation's requirement for a two-page data management plan to accompany every proposal, dealing with data during the course of research, finding and working with a long term archive, and properly giving credit to other data producers.

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