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Systems Upgrade through Technology Transfer across LTERs: Who Benefits?

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Spring 2011

John F. Chamblee (CWT) and Wade Sheldon (GCE)

Putting It Out There – Making the Transition to Open Source Software Development

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Spring 2011

Wade Sheldon (GCE)

Information Management, in situ: the value of embedding an IM in a Synthesis Working Group

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Spring 2011

M.Gastil-Buhl (MCR)

Moorea Coral Reef investigators commenced a series of monthly “Data Mining Workshops” this year. When I was asked to attend I did not know what to expect.

Notes on Design

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Spring 2011

James Conners (PAL, CCE)

Information Management, Data Repositories, and Data Curation

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Spring 2011

Karen Baker (PAL, CCE)

Over the last year, opportunities to speak about my experiences in information management have prompted me to consider information management in relation to data curation and data repository efforts.

Telling the Story of the LTER Information Management: Seizing Opportunities

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Spring 2011

Eda Melendez-Colom (LUQ)

Reducing data complications while capturing data complexity

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Spring 2011

Margaret O'Brien (SBC) and M. Gastil-Buhl (MCR)

Challenges and Opportunities Offered by the NIS

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Spring 2011

Margaret O’Brien (SBC) and Don Henshaw (AND)

In the few months since our 2010 meeting, the LTER Information Management Committee (IMC) has been engaged in multiple projects. Our report to the Executive Board included twelve distinct activities, ranging from very introspective (our Terms of Reference) to co-organizing the upcoming Environmental Information Management Conference (EIMC) for the entire environmental management community. But the bulk of our activities have been associated with the LTER Network Information System (NIS).

Enactment and the Unit Registry

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Fall 2010

Mason Kortz (CCE,PAL)

Transitions and Comparisons

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Fall 2010

Lynn Yarmey (PAL,CCE)

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