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  • IPY Data Status Mark A. Parsons Co-Chair IPY Data Policy and Management Subcommittee
  • Data Committee Membership
    • Vladimir Papitashvili—moved to NSF and stepping down
    • Zhu Jiangang, Director, Chinese National Arctic and Antarctic Data Center to be asked to join.
  • Approach
    • Identify what data are to be collected as part of IPY
    • Determine how and where those data will be available
    • Ensure the long-term preservation of IPY data
  • Basic assessment of data management plans (short-term and long-term)
  • http://gcmd.nasa.gov/portals/ipy
  • http://ipydis.org
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  • Possible supporting centers
    • Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, Russia
    • Australian Antarctic Data Center
    • British Antarctic Survey
    • Canadian Cryospheric Information Network
    • CLIVAR and Carbon Hydrographic Data Office, UCSB
    • Danish Meteorological Institute
    • Geographic Information Network of Alaska
    • Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, New York
    • National Marine Mammal Laboratory, USA
    • Oak Ridge National Laboratory Distributed Active Archive Center, USA
    • PANGAEA - Publishing Network for Geoscientific and Environmental Data
    • WDC for Biodiversity and Ecology, Denver
    • WDC for Glaciology, Lanzhou
    • WDC for Glaciology, Boulder
    • WDC for Glaciology, Cambridge
    • WDC for Human Interactions in the Environment, New York
    • WDC for Marine Environmental Sciences, Bremen
    • WDC for Marine Geology and Geophysics, Boulder
    • WDC for Meteorology, Asheville
    • WDC for Meteorology, Obninsk
    • WDC for Oceanography, Silver Spring
    • WDC for Soils, The Netherlands
    • WDC for Solar-Terrestrial Physics, Boulder
    • WMO Information System
  • Supporting scientists
    • Lectures with active help desk at St. Petersburg meeting
    • Developing data management checklist
    • Considering data integration pilot projects
    • Need national coordinators
    • Need discipline-specific international coordinators
  • Archiving
    • A critical need
    • Particular issue with physical and biological samples (and transport)
    • Some new archives need to be created
    • Need increased awareness and action at the top levels of government.
  • Assessment
    • Identify the data--in progress but slow (not a technical problem) Goal: all metadata by Jun 2009
    • Serve the data--extremely variable, technical and social issues Goal: ongoing demos of integration all data available Mar 2010
    • Preserve the data--a major issue. Goal: all data in secure archives by Mar 2012