By Natasha Haycock-Chavez, Amber Budden and Matt Jones At its foundation, open-science is based on making all aspects of scientific research accessible across broad communities, whether professional, academic, or public. This includes publications, data, software, samples, and code, and at its core, open science is built on principles of transparency and capacity for collective knowledge…. Read more »
Renewed funding, renewed focus and renewed partnerships; the Arctic Data Center seeks nominations for the 2021-2024 Science Advisory Board. The NSF Arctic Data Center Science Advisory Board comprises 10 members who provide advice and leadership to the Center regarding goals and strategic priorities in support of the Arctic research and education community. Through engagement and… Read more »
Sustaining the Arctic Data Center enables research advances by using open data The National Science Foundation (NSF) has reaffirmed its commitment to data archiving and sharing in the Arctic by investing $6 million to continue funding of the Arctic Data Center for another five years. This partnership, led by the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS)… Read more »
Dr. Yoko Kugo’s dataset – Iliamna Lake (Nanvarpak, Nila Vena) Native and Local Place Names (2016-2019) – compiled the local place names in and around Iliamna Lake in Alaska with the help of five specific communities: Iliamna, Newhalen, Kokhanok, Igiugig, and Levelock. Check out the dataset and learn more about the importance and applications of this data in our Q&A with Dr. Kugo.
This blog post is the published version of Arctica, Volume 2, which was sent out to email subscribers on 9 March 2021.
Arctic Data Center staff will be convening the following sessions and giving the following talks at AGU 2020.
Understanding the Arctic Data Center’s approach to learning data science and management and how we transitioned it online.
A New Feature at the Arctic Data Center Encourages Registration of Known Dataset Usage and Citations.
Where to find the Arctic Data Center at the Ecological Society of America conference.
The Arctic Data Center, along with Arctic social scientific researchers Noor Johnson and Timothy Pasch, hosted a workshop to discuss data archival and re-use challenges and opportunities for Arctic social scientists. Learn more about what was discussed and what was brainstormed in this blog post.