End-User Workshop Report: Articulating the Cyberinfrastructure Needs of the Ocean Ecosystem Dynamics Community
Chandler, Cynthia L.
Glover, David M.
Groman, Robert C.
Perry, Mary J.
Pierson, James J.
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An EarthCube Water Column Domain End-User Workshop hosted by the Biological and Chemical Oceanographic Data Management Office (BCO-DMO) was held October 7-8, 2013 at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. The goal of the workshop was to articulate cyberinfrastructure needs of the ocean ecosystem dynamics community with particular focus on the challenges presented by multi-disciplinary marine ecosystem research that requires investigations in four dimensions. The workshop included 50 participants in the domain of oceanic ecosystem dynamics (established and early career researchers, teaching faculty, graduate students, postdocs, data and information managers and cyber-related researchers) to explore and document the community’s cyberinfrastructure needs from the users’ viewpoint.
Presented at Articulating the Cyberinfrastructure Needs of the Ocean Ecosystem Dynamics Community, Biological and Chemical Oceanographic Data Management Office, Woods Hole, MA, 7 – 8 Oct 2013
Suggested CitationOther: Kinkade, Danie, Chandler, Cynthia L., Glover, David M., Groman, Robert C., Kline, David, Nahorniak, Jasmine, O'Brien, Todd, Perry, Mary J., Pierson, James J., Wiebe, Peter, "End-User Workshop Report: Articulating the Cyberinfrastructure Needs of the Ocean Ecosystem Dynamics Community", 2013-12-10, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/10829
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