Using Linked Open Data and Semantic Integration to Search Across Repositories
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The MBLWHOI Library is a partner in the GeoLink project, an NSF EarthCube Building Block, applying semantic technologies to enable knowledge discovery, sharing and integration. GeoLink is testing ontology design patterns that link together the MBLWHOI Library Institutional Repository (IR) Woods Hole Open Access Server (WHOAS); data repositories, including Rolling Deck to Repository (R2R), Biological and Chemical Oceanography Data Management Office (BCO-DMO), Integrated Earth Data Applications (IEDA), Long-Term Ecological Research Network (LTER), DataONE and the International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP); the National Science Foundation (NSF) funded awards; and American Geophysical Union (AGU) conference presentations.
Suggested CitationArticle: Raymond, Lisa, Mickle, Audrey, GeoLink Project Group, "Using Linked Open Data and Semantic Integration to Search Across Repositories", https://hdl.handle.net/1912/7881
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