Community Resilience

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*[https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.11528526.v1 '''Presented poster at ESIP Winter 2020 Meeting:''' How Can Earth Science Data Support Community Resilience? A Problem Statement]
 
*Participated in "ESIP Collaboration Area Highlights Webinar," Friday April 19th at 1 pm ET.
 
*Participated in "ESIP Collaboration Area Highlights Webinar," Friday April 19th at 1 pm ET.
 
*[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aB5LlJbbK8O0EBjh5SM31HIW6ojFl7fwoqUhml3gc2I/edit '''White Paper, May 31, 2018:''' Community Resilience: demonstrating the socioeconomic value of Earth Science data]  
 
*[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aB5LlJbbK8O0EBjh5SM31HIW6ojFl7fwoqUhml3gc2I/edit '''White Paper, May 31, 2018:''' Community Resilience: demonstrating the socioeconomic value of Earth Science data]  

Latest revision as of 10:15, 13 January 2020

The purpose of this cluster is to enhance community resilience through culturally meaningful improvements to data accessibility and informatics tools.


[edit] Cluster Notes for 2019 Calendar Year

[edit] Activities

  • Working on a problem statement for the cluster and ESIP
  • Networking with other ESIP Clusters
  • Presentations planned for the Stewardship and Semantic Clusters. (update - intra-ESIP outreach now planned for ESIP Fed Winter Meeting in January)
  • Coordinating with ESIP Working Groups and Committees

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