February Community Webinar
Monday, February 27 | 10:00-11:00 PT / 13:00-14:00 ET
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ESS-DIVE is excited to welcome Urban Integrated Field Laboratory (Urban IFL) projects to the community. We invite all who are part of an Urban IFL project and the broader ESS community to an introductory webinar about the ESS-DIVE data repository for Earth and environmental system science data, and associated resources for project data management. We will also have a discussion on data management needs for Urban IFL projects.
We will cover the following topics:
- Overview of ESS-DIVE and our data;
- ESS-DIVE project data management features;
- Resources to organize and curate high-quality datasets; and
- Discussion on Urban IFL data management needs.
Please encourage anyone from your project who may be interested to attend.
The webinar will be presented by Joan Damerow and Emily Robles.
Joan Damerow, Community Engagement Lead Scientist
Joan is an environmental scientist with a diverse background in geoscience sampling, freshwater ecology, and biodiversity informatics. She runs engagement activities for ESS-DIVE, including ESS-DIVE webinars, our community data workshop, and is active in relevant conferences and data working groups (e.g. ESIP, RDA, AGU). Joan is interested in interdisciplinary data management and tracking, and works with our community of data contributors to identify, develop, and implement practical data standards in ESS-DIVE that support FAIR principles.
Emily Robles, Data Management Research Associate
Emily is a research associate and a member of ESS-DIVE’s Community Engagement team. Her work with ESS-DIVE focuses on utilizing community research and feedback to implement a comprehensive data package review workflow for data publication. She has experience with data package organization and quality management as a member of the NGEE Tropics data team and received her BS in Environmental Science from the University of California, Berkeley.