Publications from the Data Stewardship Committee

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  1. Peng, G. (2018). The state of assessing data stewardship maturity – An overview. Data Science Journal, 17, Article 7.
  2. Goldstein, J.C., Mayernik, M.S., & Ramapriyan, H.K. (2017). Identifiers for Earth science data sets: Where we have been and where we need to go. Data Science Journal, 16: Article 23.
  3. Mayernik, M.S., Downs, R.R., Duerr, R., Hou, C.-Y., Meyers, N., Ritchey, N., Thomer, A., & Yarmey, L. (2017). Stronger together: The case for cross-sector collaboration in identifying and preserving at-risk data. Figshare.
  4. Peng, G., Ritchey, N.A., Casey, K.S., Kearns, E.J., Privette, J.L., Saunders, D., Jones, P., Maycock, T., & Ansari, S. (2016). Scientific stewardship in the open data and big data era — Roles and responsibilities of stewards and other major product stakeholders. D-Lib Magazine, 22(5/6).
  5. Downs, R. R., Duerr, R., Hills, D. J., & Ramapriyan, H. K. (2015). Data stewardship in the Earth sciences. D-Lib, 22(7/8).
  6. Hills, D., Downs, R. R., Duerr, R., Goldstein, J. C., Parsons, M. A., & Ramapriyan, H. K. (2015). The importance of data set provenance for science. EOS, 96.
  7. Hou, C.-Y. (2015). Meeting the needs of data management training: The Federation of Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) Data Management for Scientists Short Course. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, 80.
  8. Mayernik, M. S., Ramamurthy, M. K., & Rauber, R. M. (2015). Data archiving and citation within AMS journals. Mon. Wea. Rev., 143, 993–994.
  9. Peng, G., Privette, J. L., Kearns, E. J., Ritchey, N. A., & Ansari, S. (2015). A unified framework for measuring stewardship practices applied to digital environmental datasets. Data Science Journal, 13, 231-253.
  10. Special Issue: Rescuing Legacy Data for Future Science
    1. Hills, D. (2015). Let’s make it easy: A workflow for physical sample metadata rescue. GeoResJ, 6, 1-8.
    2. Ramdeen, S. (2015). Preservation challenges for geological data at state geological surveys. GeoResJ, 6, 213-220.
  11. Wilson, A., Downs R. R., Lenhardt, W. C., Meyer, C., Michener, W., Ramapriyan H. K., & Robinson, E. (2014). Realizing the Value of a National Asset: Scientific Data. EOS, 95(50): 477-478.
  12. ESIP Stewardship Committee. Parsons, M. A., Barkstrom, B., Downs, R. R., Duerr, R., & Tilmes C. (eds.) (2012). Data Citation Guidelines for Data Providers and Archives.
  13. Ramapriyan, H. K., Moses, J., & Duerr, R. “Preservation of Data for Earth System Science – Towards a Content Standard”, Proceedings of the IGARSS 2012, Munich, Germany, July 2012.
  14. Duerr, R. E., Downs, R. R., Tilmes, C., Barkstrom, B., Lenhardt, W. C., Glassy, J., Bermudez, L. E., & Slaughter P. (2011). On the utility of identification schemes for digital earth science data: An assessment and recommendations. Earth Science Informatics, 4(3), 139-160.
  15. Parsons M. A., Duerr, R., & Minster, J. B. (2010). Data citation and peer-review. EOS, 91 (34): 297-298.
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