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Title:Planning for Data Management at Emiquon
Author(s):Baker, Karen S.
Subject(s):data management
Geographic Coverage:Emiquon Preserve, Illinois River watershed
Abstract:Current practices and configurations are not sufficient to realize the vision of data as open, accessible, and reuseable resources. In moving from investigations by individual researchers to collaborative scientific partnerships and projects with shared data, information infrastructures are undergoing transition. While data have been central to scientific publications and the production of knowledge, new kinds of data work are required to make field-oriented, environmental scientific data available for shared use. To provide insight into changing data practices and the growth of infrastructure over time, a two-stream model of data production and a reconceptualization of science-data management partnerships are presented.
Issue Date:2014-03
Citation Info:Baker, K.S., 2014. Planning for Data Management at Emiquon. Poster, Emiquon Science Conference, March 15, 2014. Dickson Mounds Museum, Lewistown, IL.
Series/Report:Emiquon Science Conference 2015
Genre:Conference Poster
Sponsor:Institute of Museum and Library Services , Data Curation Education in Research Centers (DCERC; IMLS Award# RE-02-10-0004-10)
Rights Information:Karen S. Baker
Date Available in IDEALS:2015-03-10

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