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Back to Partnership -- The following applications have been posted for review by the Partnership Committee

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University of Florida - ESIP-V

The University of Florida Geological Sciences in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences offers undergraduate and graduate programs and internships in geology students. The UF Geography Earth System Science focus area can benefit from ESIP membership. See: https://geog.ufl.edu/faculty/earth-system-science/.

Website: http://cms.uflib.ufl.edu/
Full Application: [1]

TAG LLC - ESIP-II

TAG LLC does Earth science and hazard studies, physical oceanography and atmospheric physics work, climate change analysis, numerical and statistical investigations, analytical modeling, processing and validating climate quality satellite information.

Website:
Full Application: [2]

Spatial Ontology Community of Practice (SOCoP) - ESIP-V

The ONTOLOG community has been around for more than 10 years now. We currently have over 800 members in the community, coming from over 30 different countries (more than 120 locations) around the world. Our aim is to promote the development and use of formal semantics as a useful tool for IT and society

Website: http://ontologforum.org/index.php/WikiHomePage
Full Application: [3]

OSRS Group - ESIP-III

OSRS Group constructs software for environmental and earth systems monitoring and analytic communities.

Website: http://osrs.group/
Full Application: [4]

eScience Institute - University of Washington - ESIP-II

The eScience Institute fosters data-intensive discovery across all fields but has strong collaborations, activities, and staff members who are part of the earth science community.

Website: https://escience.washington.edu/
Full Application: [5]
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