[Coral-List] Ocean Sciences Meeting 2016 - Forum spaces still available

Ouida Meier omeier at hawaii.edu
Fri Feb 19 21:03:56 EST 2016

Dear Colleagues,

If you are attending the Ocean Sciences Meeting in New Orleans next week,
there is still time to sign up for this interdisciplinary lunchtime forum
on Monday, Feb. 22.

Physical Samples in the Ocean Sciences - a Forum
2016 Ocean Sciences Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana
Ernest N. Morial Convention Center Room 201-202
Monday February 22nd, 12:30-2:00 pm
Lunch provided - Register at http://goo.gl/forms/fW4A06mUNm

This discussion forum will provide an opportunity to learn about some of
the groups working collaboratively on solving issues surrounding physical
samples, how they support digital and physical sample management, options
for sample citation in publications, links to related content such as field
expeditions, datasets, and ORCIDs for investigators, and for you to tell us
about YOUR challenges with your sample collections, their curation,
documentation, and preservation, your issues with ephemeral samples, and
how you want to access and visualize data related to physical samples. The
forum will also be an opportunity to check out existing tools that can help
you manage your samples.

Please contact any of these groups through their websites:
iSamples Research Coordination Network - http://earthcube.org/group/isamples
CRESCYNT Coral Reef Science and Cyberinfrastructure Network -
SeaView Integrative Activity - http://earthcube.org/group/seaview
MARPA - http://earthcube.org/group/marineannuallyresolvedproxyarchives
SESAR System for Earth Sample Registration - http://www.geosamples.org
EarthCube - http://earthcube.org - visit us at Booth 507 during OSM 2016

If you're interested in any of these topics but cannot attend this
gathering, please get in touch with us - we'd like to talk. Thank you!

Warm regards,

Ouida Meier, PhD

Program Manager, CReSCyNT: Coral Reef Science and Cyberinfrastructure

Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaii


omeier at hawaii.edu

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