Paleonet: C4P Webinar - Paleobiology Database and the World Data Center for Paleoclimatology, April 1
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Wed Mar 26 21:03:34 GMT 2014
Advances And Emergent Needs in Paleogeoscience Cyberinfrastructure
Tuesday, April 1, 4-5p Eastern Time.
Paleobiology Database and the World Data Center for Paleoclimatology
The topics for the second C4P Webinar are Paleobiology Database (Mark D.
Uhen, George Mason University) and the World Data Center for
Paleoclimatology (David M. Anderson, NOAA's National Climatic Data Center).
The link to the webinar is
WebEx link for April
4-5p ET (the date stated at the link updates weekly)
If a password is required, enter the Meeting Password: 73131647
For plain text postings where the link did not show up: Any updated links
or information as well as the updated webinar schedule and archived
presentations will be posted at
Paleobiology Database (Mark D. Uhen, George Mason University)
Paleobiology Database (PaleoDB) is a non-governmental, non-profit public
resource for paleontological data. Its purpose is to provide global,
collection-based occurrence and taxonomic data for organisms of all
geological ages, as well as data services to allow easy access to data for
independent development of analytical tools, visualization software, and
applications of all types. The Database's broader goal is to encourage and
enable data-driven collaborative efforts that address large-scale
World Data Center for Paleoclimatology (David M. Anderson, NOAA National
Climatic Data Center)
The format is 20 minutes per presenter, with two main parts: (a) a
show-and-tell presentation of the science and the resource (b) discussion
of the key informatics needs that the resource is facing. The intended
audience for this webinar is professional paleogeoscientists and
cyber/computer scientists. All webinars will be recorded and publicly
archived at http://workspace.earthcube.org/c4p/content/c4p-webinars.
More about C4P:
Technical information for webinars: cyber4paleo at gmail.com
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