I encourage you to join the Summer Meeting Highlights Webinar this Thursday, where you can expect to see numerous ESIP community members give lightning talks that share key takeaways from the plenaries, breakout sessions, and more. Whether you missed the Summer Meeting altogether or you want to know what happened in sessions you couldn't make it to, this webinar is for you.
See the full telecon calendar here. Select the meeting you'd like to attend, login instructions are included in description.
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Making Data Matter with Mike Daniels
To celebrate ESIP’s 20+ year existence, Arika Virapongse interviewed ESIP community members about their perspectives on progress toward making Earth science data matter over the last 20+ years. In the 7th interview in the series, Mike Daniels shares his perspective. Read the interview here.
Next ‘Data to Action' Webinar: ESIP Summer Meeting Highlights (8/8 at 12:30 pm ET)
The ESIP ‘Data to Action' Webinar Series will take a break in July for the ESIP Summer Meeting. We will reconvene on August 8th at 12:30 pm for the ESIP Summer Meeting Highlights Webinar, a number of fast-paced lightning talks summarizing meeting outcomes and next steps.
Next IT&I Tech Dive Webinar: Discrete Global Grid Systems (8/8 at 3 pm ET)
The next ESIP Information Technology and Interoperability (IT&I) Committee Tech Dive Webinar is entitled “The Challenge of Location and How Discrete Global Grid Systems can enable Spatial Data Integration,” and will feature Dr. Matthew Purss. Dr. Purss is a Senior Advisor on Geospatial Standards at Geoscience Australia. He is a founding co-chair of the Open Geospatial Consortium's (OGC) Discrete Global Grid Systems (DGGS) Domain and Standards Working Groups. He is a geophysicist with over 20 years' experience in the exploration, research and government sectors and holds a PhD in Exploration Geophysics from Monash University where he studied grid based approaches to magnetic and electromagnetic modeling applications.
The Fourth Gregory G. Leptoukh Online Giovanni Workshop: Enhancing Knowledge with Giovanni
The 4th Gregory G. Leptoukh Online Giovanni Workshop took place earlier this year as 4 hour-long webinars (listed below) that described how Giovanni can be used in different ways to enhance scientific knowledge. All webinars were recorded and can be accessed here.
June 26: Examples of NASA Giovanni Applications to Earth Science Research: from Outcomes to Method; Dr. Mark R. Jury, University of Puerto Rico – Mayaguez
July 10: Using Giovanni for Applied Remote Sensing Training (ARSET); Sean McCartney and Dr. Amita Mehta, NASA Applied Remote Sensing Training (ARSET) Program
July 17: Giovanni in 2019, and the New Images Selected to the Giovanni Image Hall of Fame; Dr. James Acker, NASA Goddard Earth Sciences Data and Information Services Center (GES DISC)
July 24: Using Giovanni and R to Analyze Data in an Undergraduate Remote Sensing Class; Dr. Guido Cervone, Pennsylvania State University
Job Opening: Web Developer for USGCRP
The U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) is looking for a web developer to work on the Global Change Information System and build information management technology to support the National Climate Assessment and other important reports on climate change. Learn more and apply here. Contact Reid Sherman (email@example.com) if you have any questions.
CU Boulder Earth Data Analytics Professional Certificate
If you're looking to gain skills in Earth data science and scientific programming, this nine credit professional certificate program provides fundamental skills required to work in the rapidly growing field of earth data science. Graduates will be prepared to launch or advance careers as data scientists, data analysts, GIS/geospatial analysts, remote sensing scientists, or product managers, among other careers. The certificate is appropriate for recent graduates, experienced earth science professionals, and career changers. Applications are currently being accepted for Fall 2019. You can find the entirety of the content covered in the first two courses of the certificate here. This content is completely free and available for you to work through on your own time. The final application deadline is 8/12. Learn more here. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
GreenTech 2019 Conference: Innovating Environmental Protection for the Future The next 50 years of environmental protection will not look like the first 50—they will be driven by technology as much as by regulation. Join us in Seattle, Washington, for a two-day conference where we will explore innovative and transformative technologies—drones, artificial intelligence, sensors, blockchain, and biotechnology among others—and the unique opportunities—and challenges—they present for protecting the environment. Engage with a diverse group of stakeholders at this one-of-a-kind event, which will include demonstrations, discussions, and dialogue. Learn more and register by early registration deadline of 8/1 here.
AGU Data Visualization and Storytelling Competition
Powerful visuals can often evoke excitement and emotion, driving a deeper level of engagement with the audience and the data and subject matter being presented. The AGU Data Visualization and Storytelling Competition is a contest that encourages creativity and data sharing in a new way. It is open to undergraduate students and graduate students who are legal U.S. residents. Competition winners will receive travel grants funded by AGU, complimentary registration to the AGU Fall Meeting, and the opportunity to present their visually-based story on the NASA Hyperwall. This AGU competition is funded by a generous grant from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Learn more and apply by 9/4 here.
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