Confluence Retirement

In an effort to consolidate USGS hosted Wikis, myUSGS’ Confluence service is scheduled for retirement on January 27th, 2023. The official USGS Wiki and collaboration space is now SharePoint. Please migrate existing spaces and content to the SharePoint platform and remove it from Confluence at your earliest convenience. If you need any additional information or have any concerns about this change, please contact myusgs@usgs.gov. Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter.

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NameEmailBio
Carol A Reisscreiss@usgs.gov
Pacific Coastal and Marine Geology (37 years); Geologist assigned to Data Management (last 10 years); Working with admin and IT to coordinate employee exit process
Christina M Bartlettcbartlett@usgs.govServes as the DOI Information Quality Officer for DOI, USGS Records Officer, and the Branch chief for staff overseeing most USGS information management programs such as records management and FOIA. Prior to USGS, served for 3 years as the DOI Solicitor’s Office Records Officer, Privacy Officer, and FOIA Officer. Served for 6 years as an archivist in the National Archives and Records Administration for many agencies such as EPA.
Christopher C Skinnercskinner@usgs.govIT Specialist/Data Management with Energy Resources Program (ERP) in Denver, CO since 2001.  I help manage the ERP public website with an emphasis on access to GIS and tabular data and web services.  I also manages ERP metadata catalog, and assist in organizing several large internal data collections.  I have a background in GIS and desktop and database programming skills.
Edward M Olexaeolexa@usgs.gov

Wildlife Biologist with the Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center in Bozeman, Montana. Research interests include ungulate ecology and remote sensing applications. I became NOROCK’s data management specialist in 2014. Initial efforts include identifying, implementing, and managing the IT infrastructure needed to secure, backup, and share NOROCK science data. Future work will involve development of Center data management policy and procedures.

Heather S Henkelhhenkel@usgs.govData and Project Manager for SOFIA (South Florida Information Access, part of Greater Everglades Priority Ecosystems Science). Data Manager for the Everglades Depth Estimation Network (EDEN) project. Southeast Science Data Coordinator and SDCN Chair. CDI Data Management Working Group Co-Chair. Part of team writing and updating Survey Manual chapters related to data management. Co-creator of USGS Data Management website and training materials.
James P Maxwelljpmaxwel@usgs.gov 
John C Nelsonjcnelson@usgs.govBiologist with the Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center (UMESC).  I am the Spatial Ecology and Data Management Team leads at the center.  Our science focuses on the ecosystems of the Midwest but extends to ecosystems nation-wide.  I have developed two center documents focusing on data management aspects of project planning and the development of a data archive at the center.  I represent the Midwest Region for the Science Data Coordinator Network.
John L Faundeenfaundeen@usgs.govArchivist at Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) Center near Sioux Falls, SD since 2001. The records management elements of Appraisal and Preservation are areas of expertise.  Initiated the bureau's Data Rescue Project in 2007.
Linda P McCarthylpmccarthy@usgs.gov

Technical Information Specialist with the Coastal and Marine Science Center, Woods Hole, MA.

As the WHSC data librarian, I am tasked with retention, organization and preservation of marine science research records useful for ongoing research.  I maintain computer systems containing scientific data, manage digitization of the data library's archive data. Ensures that the data in the data library can be discovered and accessed historically, and a usable form for re-use by new research projects.  

Lisa Zollylisa_zolly@usgs.govTechnical Information Specialist, originally with the former Biological Informatics Program (1999-2011), which was merged with the former Central Region GIO to become Core Science Analytics, Synthesis & Libraries (2011-present) under Core Science Systems. Major areas of focus include science data lifecycle activities; metadata; design of information indexing and retrieval systems; development of controlled vocabularies; data workflows; data management planning; information architecture; and technical documentation.
Lori Anne Baerlabaer@usgs.govPhysical Scientist with Geosciences and Environmental Change Science Center, Denver, CO. Member of NLCD team for past 3 years. Previously a Cartographer since 1985, with expertise in GIS, remote sensing, and feature extraction research.
Thomas E Burleyteburley@usgs.govGeographer / Data Manager with the USGS Texas Water Science Center since May of 2009; prior was a staff Research Associate at the University of Tennessee from 2004 through 2009. He currently serves as the lead data modeler, data analyst, and data architect for multiple regional-scale studies around the United States as part of the USGS National Water-Quality Assessment Program (NAWQA - http://water.usgs.gov/nawqa/). He also manages projects in cooperation with local, regional, and national entities focused on issues related to data management, GIS, geomatics, and hydrogeologic studies, and has published on the topic of data and information management.