ASSW2021 session "Progress Towards Realizing Data Sharing for the Arctic Region and Beyond" - Abstract Submission Deadline November 30

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ASSW2021 session "Progress Towards Realizing Data Sharing for the Arctic Region and Beyond" - Abstract Submission Deadline November 30

Mareike Wieczorek

Dear Arctic Data enthusiasts!

We encourage you to submit an abstract to our session

Progress Towards Realizing Data Sharing for the Arctic Region and Beyond
under the theme
OBSERVING THE ARCTIC (https://assw2021.pt/#cbp=assets/cubeportfolio/ajax-juicy-projects/H.html)
at the online ASSSW 2021 (https://assw2021.pt/)

Link for Abstract submission: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScBWoMK0f79MMqi2UUHczz4makkqez4re1-7p5DR1KfofYijQ/viewform

Submission Deadline is November 30

Each lead author may submit up to one oral and one e-poster presentation. The notification on abstract acceptance will be made on the 30 December 2020, with the final programme being presented in January 2021. Abstracts text is limited to 1500 characters and the title should not be longer than 150 characters.

Abstract
Since the Fourth International Polar Year (2007-2009) the Polar Data Management Community has been collaborating to realize enhanced data management and long-term stewardship for the Arctic region. New human and technical resources and the recognition of the value of Indigenous data increase our abilities to discover, access, combine, and reuse the best data in an ethically open way for e.g. research, community well-being, and decision making. This session calls for papers on all aspects of data practice and theory. There is specific interest in papers reporting on initiatives that demonstrate FAIR data sharing and/or use of the CARE principles (https://www.gida-global.org/care) in particular: i) Community or Indigenous-driven projects; ii) Demonstrations from collaborative research initiatives (i.e. MOSAiC, T-MOSAiC, CCADI etc.); iii) Cutting edge methods, technology, policy or theory that address data challenges and interoperability in particular; iv) Results from early career researchers.

Conveners
Peter L. Pulsifer | Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada
Kirsten Elger | GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, Potsdam, Germany
Mareike Wieczorek | Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Potsdam, Germany


Best regards
Mareike


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Dr. Mareike Wieczorek
Research Assistant

Polar Terrestrial Environmental Systems Research Group (AWI)

Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research
Telegrafenberg A45
14473 Potsdam
(Office: House A43 Room 212)
Tel.: +49 331 288-2227
Personal homepage: https://www.awi.de/ueber-uns/organisation/mitarbeiter/mareike-wieczorek.html
Polar Terrestrial Environmental Systems: https://www.awi.de/en/science/geosciences/polar-terrestrial-environmental-systems.html

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