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ESIP to Support Youth Engagement on Climate Change at COP21

23 November 2015 | Boulder, CO — Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) and the Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN) have partnered to bring two live teleconferences from the...

ESIP Update: Thank you, ESIP community! Summer Meeting Location, White House Chief Data Scientist @AGU, Science Software Pub, Drones and RDA Plenary.
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Drone Update

Jane Wyngaard, Fox Peterson, Lindsay Barbieri (Bar)

After winning the ESIP Funding Friday, we’ve been off exploring and researching a range of drone systems and sensor possibilities. With all three of us embedded in a...

Member Highlight: NASA Earth Observations

Mission: NASA Earth Observation's (NEO) mission is to help you...

ESIP Update: NEW Student Fellows, NEO Member Highlight, Climate Resilience Toolkit and iSample Webinars, JobOpps, and telecon reminders. 
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ESIP Student Fellows Announced for 2016

ESIP has appointed seven student fellows who will contribute their expertise to a variety of Earth science data issues.

16 November 2015 | Boulder, CO — Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP)...

ESIP Delegate Oral Statement issued at GEO XII Plenary - Nov. 12 2015. Mexico City.

Chairs and assembled colleagues.

The Federation of Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP), seeds innovation, develops and vets best practices and advances technologies across broad-based, distributed communities of science, data and...

ESIP Update: ESIP goes to GEO, Winter Meeting Updates, Job Opps, DataONE Webinar,and telecon reminders.
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ESIP Update:  Last call for 2016 ESIP Leadership Noms & Ignite@AGU talks | NSF Big Data Hub news, SSEC & WHOI Job Opps & JMGL Call for Papers 
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Learning to Use More Than a Hammer: A Review of the Software Carpentry Workshop

There's an old saying that when the only tool you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail. I know, it's cliched and painfully overused, but stay with me here. In the world of working with scientific data, and processing data using a...

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