ESIP Community Celebrates 2023 Award Winners

ESIP Community Celebrates 2023 Award Winners

ESIP Community Celebrates 2023 Award Winners The Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) is an organization of organizations. There are no individual members, however, individuals and member organizations often step up as excellent data stewards, community...
Opening Doors: Why ESIP Gathers Virtually

Opening Doors: Why ESIP Gathers Virtually

Opening Doors: Why ESIP Gathers Virtually Virtual is an important part of meeting culture now. In her guest blog, Susan Shingledecker, Executive Director of Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP), explores why we are alternating in-person and virtual meetings....
ESIP Turns 25 This Year

ESIP Turns 25 This Year

ESIP Turns 25 This Year Founded in 1998, the Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) community celebrates a major milestone this year. What has changed in 25 years? What will the next 25 years hold? Hello, World! In many coding languages, this is the first phrase...
Drones Measure Mountain Snow

Drones Measure Mountain Snow

Drones Measure Mountain Snow The ESIP Lab funds pilot projects to expand the impact of Earth science data. Like this one with Eric Sproles from Montana State University that set out to find more efficient ways to measure mountain snow albedo.  Garden Wall Weather...
Welcome 2023 Community Fellows

Welcome 2023 Community Fellows

Welcome 2023 ESIP Community Fellows! ESIP Community Fellows are graduate students interested in bridging the gap between informatics and Earth science. The 2023 Community Fellows will support ESIP's collaboration areas and meetings in January and July, helping connect...