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Busy week, so we're sending just the Community Calendar and a few other highlights. 

Collaboration Area Telecons

Here's what to expect this week: 

  • Tuesday¬†
    • Program Committee (2 p.m. EST) ¬†
    • Semantic Tech All (4¬†p.m. EST)
  • Wednesday¬†
    • Semantic Harmonization¬†(2 p.m. EST)¬†
  • Thursday
    • Marine Data (2 p.m. EST)¬†
    • IT&I Tech Dive Webinar (3:30 p.m. EST)¬†¬†National Park Service ‚Äď Web Mapping Tools
    • Research Object Citation (4 p.m. EST)

See the full telecon calendar. Select the meeting you'd like to attend, login instructions are included in description. Please review and follow our community guidelines. 

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This Week in Earth Science Data


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Community Conversation: The True Potential of Citing Data (March 9)
The National Microbiome Data Collaborative is hosting a Community Conversation, The True Potential of Citing Data on March 9th, at 2 p.m. EST. Four panelists from AGU, DataCite, California Digital Library/Dryad, and University of Arizona will discuss how around data citations support open science and the FAIR data principles. Register via Zoom. 

Geologic Repositories Rock Sample Digitalization Webinar Series (March 9)
Co-hosted by the Alaska Geologic Materials Center (GMC) and the Alaska Geological Society (AGS), the talks track the general themes of digitalization technologies and the experiences of government or business organizations in creating digital rock datasets for their geologic work process. Presenters may also touch on how digitalization is transforming the geologic research workflow. On Wednesday, March 9, at 4 p.m. EST, GMC Curator Kurt Johnson will introduce the series and talk about GMC's efforts to build digital infrastructure. Sign in live via Teams. 

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Einstein Foundation Award (Due April 30)
Call for entries: The international ‚ā¨500K Einstein Foundation Award honors researchers and institutions across all scientific disciplines working to advance research quality.¬†

Pathways to Enable Open-Source Ecosystems (Due May 12)
NSF is introducing a new program called ‚ÄúPathways to Enable Open-Source Ecosystems‚ÄĚ (PEOSE).¬†The purpose of the program is to harness the power of open-source development for the creation of new technology solutions to problems of national and societal importance.¬†The first phase proposal deadline is May 12, 2022, and more info is on the PEOSE website.¬†

Training-based Workforce Development for Advanced Cyberinfrastructure (CyberTraining) (Due May 16)
This National Science Foundation program seeks to prepare, nurture, and grow the national scientific research workforce for creating, utilizing, and supporting advanced cyberinfrastructure to enable and potentially transform fundamental science and engineering  research and education and contribute to the nation's overall economic competitiveness and security.

Job Opportunities

Join ESIP Slack and check out the #job-opportunities channel.
You'll find positions like:

  • Hydrologist, USGS New England Water Science Center, support a large floodplain modeling and mapping project¬†for FEMA
  • Full Stack Software Developer, CIRES/ NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information,¬†primary contributor to the NESDIS Cloud Archive Project (NCAP), a new¬†software solution for NOAA‚Äôs environmental data archive and access
  • Biologist, USGS,¬†support the activities of the US Node operations to GBIF and OBIS
  • Data Steward,¬†Ocean Networks Canada,¬†responsible for acquiring, verifying, and maintaining metadata and data for ONC






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