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DE conferentie 2012 - Esther Jansma

  1. 1. Data infrastructureand research opportunitiesEsther Jansma
  2. 2. Tree growthTree growth2
  3. 3. Tree growthWeather (temperature andprecipitation)Light conditions (photosynthesis)Soil (hydrology)Events (insect outbreaks, forestfires, human impacts)3
  4. 4. Tree growth4
  5. 5. Dating tree rings Building Roman road 17th century Living tree 2nd century Ship wreck 21st century 9th century5
  6. 6. Tree-ring measurements6
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  10. 10. Reseach domain: Humanities10
  11. 11. Reseach domain: Geosciences11
  12. 12. Organization of dendrochronology
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  14. 14. Organization of dendrochronologyThe role of digitizationA future scenario…- Research agenda?- Connection to scientificresearch themes andinitiatives?- Chances for youngresearchers?14
  15. 15. Organization of dendrochronologyVerifyable data and results?15
  16. 16. The DCCD projectMission, vision, strategySolution: the DCCD Phase 1: inventary of needs, developing concepts and network (workshops, questionaires, interviews) Start-up subsidy NWO/GW IM 2006-2007 Phase 2: development of infrastructure and content Low Countries Subsidy NWO/GW IM 2007-2012 Phase 3: internationalization, research and publication; EU-funding Subsidy NWO/GW IG 2010-201316
  17. 17. The DCCD projectMission, vision, strategyMission: emancipation of historical dendrochronologyVision- Connection- Transparancy- Sustainability- Visibility17
  18. 18. The DCCD projectMission, vision, strategyStrategy- Realising standardization and exchangeof data and metadata- Realising stustainable repository focussedon cultural and natural heritage- Realising intersectoral collaboration (within the discipline andwith other fields, nationally and internationally)While doing this: be aware of the whishes and needs of theprivate sector18
  19. 19. The DCCD projectModel and productsModel of the DCCD infrastructure Communication platforms Digital data standard Archive Software (PC)19
  20. 20. The DCCD projectModel and productsInfrastructure realized in 2012 TRiDaS20
  21. 21. The DCCD projectModel and productsProduct: DCCD repository user interface21
  22. 22. The DCCD projectModel and productsContent of the DCCD Grabner BOKU Univ. AU 12225 September 2012 Hoffsummer Univ. Liege BE 255 Fraiture IRPAKIK BE 169 Haneca VIOE BE 1335141 objects Pressler Pressler GmbH D 585 Tegel Dendronet D 122 palaeo-ecology Lambert Univ. Liege FR 47• Pukiene Vytautas Magnus Univ. LT 20• archaeology Zunde Inst. Of Latvian History LV 12• architecture Jansma UvA, ROB, RDMZ, RING, UU NL 2212• mobile heritage Van Daalen BAAC bv NL 864 Cufar Univ. Ljubljana SL 7• living trees Suspereggi Arkeolan SP 16 Brown Queens Univ. Belgast UK 146 Kuniholm Cornell Univ. USA 422
  23. 23. The DCCD projectModel and products Heritage typeGeographical distribution of DCCD content Archaeology (n=1769) Architecture (n=2410)23 Ship wrecks (n=288) Paintings (n=327)
  24. 24. The DCCD projectModel and products Wood speciesGeographical distribution of DCCD content Oak (n=4397) Pine (n=270) Spruce (n=156) Fir (n=258)24
  25. 25. The DCCD projectModel and products Age (calendar dates)Geographical distribution of DCCD content 6000 – 2000 BC 2000 – 1 BC (n=71) (n=214) 1 – 1000 AD 1000 – present25 (n=520) (n=2386)
  26. 26. The DCCD project Support for DCCDRecent developments Europe and USAThe DCCD is growing- France: dendrochronologists have become involved- Finland: dendrochronologists are switching to TRiDaS- Sweden: national application for creating Swedish DCCD (to beconnected to DCCD)- Commercial software: incorporating TRiDaS- Software USA: first open source TRiDaS-based measuring andanalytic system has been lauched (TELLERVO)- and…26
  27. 27. The DCCD project Support for DCCDRecent developments EU27
  28. 28. The DCCD project Roman periodNew research Two millennia ago…28
  29. 29. The DCCD project Roman periodNew research AD 100 - 20029
  30. 30. The DCCD project Roman periodNew research De Meern 1: AD 150 - 20030
  31. 31. The DCCD project Roman periodNew research De Meern 4: AD 10031
  32. 32. The DCCD project Roman periodNew research Clustered data 100 BC-450 AD32
  33. 33. The DCCD project Roman periodNew research Locally grown oak Levees Rhine-Meuse delta: East Brabant sandy soils: no wood was moved some wood was moved33
  34. 34. The DCCD project Roman periodNew research Oak from German Rhineland Import Rhineland (harbour, temple) lots of wood was moved34
  35. 35. The DCCD project Roman periodNew research New: a Flemish connection Flemish timber: used in ‘Dutch’ ships excavated in Central Netherlands Conclusion: Roman coastal infrastructure (water)35
  36. 36. 16th century AD New: tax evasion? AD 1497: taxes when passing the Sont36
  37. 37. The DCCD projectNew researchIn additionResearch funding NWO Humanities 2012-2017: The Dark Age of the Lowlandsin an interdisciplinary light: people, landscape and climate in the Netherlandsbetween AD 300 and 1000 (3 PhD students, UU)ConclusionThe DCCD infrasctucture has led to • International data standardization • Access to and sustainable management of these data • New research questions and results • Research funding