ESIP’s EnviroSensing Cluster has been invited to give a webinar in the Australian Research Data Commons’ (ARDC) Monthly Tech Talk Series on November 1st at 8 PM ET/ 5 PM PT. The webinar, entitled ‘Cart Before the Horse: System QA and Data QC Practices for Sensor Networks,’ will feature several short talks by EnviroSensing Cluster participants. View more details and register to participate.

You can also learn more about the Monthly Tech Talks and view slides and videos from previous webinars at https://www.meetup.com/monthlytechtalk/. ESIP’s Information Quality Cluster is also planning to present in the Monthly Tech Talk Series. Stay tuned for more details!

More about the EnviroSensing Cluster
The EnviroSensing Cluster was formed in 2012 as a community of mostly NSF-LTER network and data managers. It has since grown to include a wide range of scientific and agency participants, but still remains focused on its mission of pursuing best practices and solutions for in-situ sensor observation of environmental processes. The Cluster produced a Best Practices document for sensor network deployments in 2014, and assembles once a month for web calls on cluster projects and guest presentations. The EnviroSensing Cluster is an open, inclusive, and collaborative community that seeks to better science and engineering related to observations in the natural environment.

How to Get Involved: Subscribe to the EnviroSensing mailing list and engage in monthly telecons advertised at http://wiki.esipfed.org/index.php/EnviroSensing_Cluster. Contact the co-chairs, Scotty Strachan (strachan@unr.edu) and Renée Brown (rfbrown@unm.edu), if you have any questions.