Create a custom, branded portal for your research topic or lab group that spans datasets in the Arctic Data Center – available for all users. Branded portals provide a convenient, readily customized way to communicate your science, your team, your data, and related data from within the Arctic Data Center.
The NSF Arctic Data Center, the primary data and software repository for the Arctic section of NSF Polar Programs, is now CoreTrustSeal certified. Our established data preservation practices and infrastructure are now endorsed by an international, community-based non-profit organization.
The Arctic Data Center provides hands-on training for Arctic researchers who would like to learn more about open data. Who attends the Arctic Data Center Training? We’ve hosted scientists from around the world, panning numerous Arctic research disciplines. Here, we highlight and expand on several of the researchers that were in attendance at the Arctic… Read more »
Arctic Data Center team members will be attending the American Geophysical Union (AGU) 2019 Fall Meeting in San Francisco, CA, December 9-13, 2019. Come visit us at Booth #1332 in the Moscone Center Exhibit Hall (see map below) throughout the week, and attend the Data Help Desk and Coding Desk (Booth #1329 just next to our booth)… Read more »
Cross-posted from the ARCUS website Improving Search Across Concepts The Arctic Data Center is a repository for all National Science Foundation-funded Arctic research data. The wide range of Arctic research communities represented in the repository often leads to a lack of cohesion in semantics: how terminology is used and defined. To address this challenge, the… Read more »
In early October, the Arctic Data Center held its third Data Science Training program of 2019, hosting US-based Arctic researchers with research activities spanning pan-arctically across Alaska, Canada, and Siberia. Fifteen participants, across eleven institutions, and from a wide range of data privacy and open source experience levels, came together striving to support one another… Read more »
Cross-posted from the ESA website ESA conference attendees brought many inquiries about data issues, needs, and planning strategies to the ESA/USSEE 2019 Data Help Desk. Representatives from seven data-intensive organizations (Table 1) shared their collective expertise and insights with more than 200 booth visitors. Collectively, we made an impressive presence of data organizations in the exhibition and… Read more »
Highlight: “The hunters have a lot of valuable information to share, but often this information is overlooked or regarded as too difficult and time consuming to document. We’re helping show that’s not the case, that there are proven methods for documenting Indigenous knowledge efficiently and sharing that information,” – Dr. Henry Huntington. This dataset is… Read more »
Highlight: “I’d like to see data sharing and storage go beyond a static archive and develop into a knowledge-hub framework. A place where people can create knowledge through data analyses. A place where even Big Data, such as high resolution remote sensing imagery, can be analyzed with tailored software,” – Dr. Anna Liljedahl. Groundwater is… Read more »
Highlight: “ICECAPS data and analyses have developed process relationships that relate cloud variability to different terms of the surface energy budget as a function of time of year. These relationships are used to assess large-scale models and identify specific model deficiencies that must be addressed to accurately represent the energy partitioning at Greenland’s surface,” –… Read more »