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The USGS Community for Data Integration (CDI) and the Pacific Northwest Aquatic Monitoring Partnership (PNAMP) are partnering to present a monthly webinar series on data management. We invite you to join us on the 3rd Wed. of every month at 2pm EST

The objective of this collaborative series is to bring together a broad group of participants to share knowledge and facilitate discussion. We've based the order of presentations on the USGS Science Data Lifecycle, and over the year we will cover the entire process, from data management planning to sharing and publishing. 

Here are the topics and speakers:

 

Date

Topic

Presenter

WebEx Recording Presentation Slides

Wed., Jan. 21, 2015

Data Management Overview: where is all this leading us?

Sky Bristol, USGS

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Wed., Feb. 18, 2015

Data Management Planning Part 1: overview and a USGS program experience

Emily Fort, USGS

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Wed., Mar. 18, 2015

Data Management Planning Part 2: theory and practice in research data management

Steve Tessler and Stan Smith, USGS

Download (MP4) *Download (PDF)

Wed., Apr. 15, 2015

Data Collection Part 1: how to avoid a spreadsheet mess - lessons learned from an ecologist

Stephanie Hampton, Washington State University

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Wed., May 20, 2015

Data Collection Part 2: relational databases - getting the foundation right

Keith Hurley, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission

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Wed., Jun. 17, 2015Data Sharing and Management within a Large-Scale, Heterogeneous Sensor Network using the CUAHSI Hydrologic Information SystemJeff Horsburgh, Utah State UniversityDownload (MP4)Download (PDF)
Wed., Jul. 15, 2015Metadata: standards, tools and recommended techniquesLisa Zolly, USGSDownload (MP4)Download (PDF)
 *** no webinar in August ***   
Wed., Sept. 16, 2015Monitoring Resources: web tools promoting documentation, data discovery and collaborationBecca Scully and Katie Pierson, PNAMPDownload (MP4)Download (PDF)
Wed., Oct. 21, 2015How High Performance Computing is changing the game for scientists, and how to get involvedJeff Falgout, USGSDownload (MP4)Download (PDF)
Wed., Nov. 18, 2015Best Practices for Preparing Data to Share and PreserveBob Cook, Oak Ridge National LaboratoryDownload (MP4)Download (PDF)
 *** no webinar in December ***   
Wed., Jan. 20, 2016Data Citation and You: where things stand todayRuth Duerr, Ronin InstituteDownload (MP4)Download (PDF)
Wed., Feb. 17, 2016Open Data and the USGS Science Data CatalogBen Wheeler, USGSDownload (MP4)Download (PDF)

 


To Participate: 

Audio: 
USGS/DOI Dial In Number: (703) 648-4848 (for USGS and Department of Interior offices) 
Toll Free Dial In Number: (855) 547-8255 (for other offices and telecommute locations) 
Conference Code: 68339# (same for both numbers) 

WebExhttp://usgs.webex.com - "(75) Data Management Webinar Series"

In Denver: Core Science Analytics, Synthesis, and Libraries (CSAS&L) Central Conference Room 2500 in Building 810 on Denver Federal Center

 

Information about PNAMP and CDI:

The Pacific Northwest Aquatic Monitoring Partnership (PNAMP) provides a forum to sustain collaboration among aquatic monitoring practitioners in the Pacific Northwest. The forum consists of federal, tribal and state partners, other interested participants and a coordinating staff. Our goal is to facilitate collaboration around aquatic monitoring topics of interest, promote best practices and encourage coordination and integration of monitoring activities. Activities are conducted by participant working groups and teams as endorsed by the partner-based steering committee. 
The USGS Community for Data Integration (CDI) is a dynamic aggregation of multiple communities of practice, focusing on the advancement of data and information management in the earth sciences. CDI works to promote data integration capabilities across the USGS and collaborating organizations. Through partnerships and working groups, CDI leads the development of data management tools and practices, cyber infrastructure, collaboration tools and training opportunities. This webinar series is coordinated in part by CDI's Data Management Working Group. 

 

* Note: due to a technical problem, the March 18th recording is missing the first 15 minutes. Please see the presentation slides for the missing information. 



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