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Today, Google reported that they are cancelling the Google Code project hosting repository. This brings no worries for MMI; we recently migrated from Google Code to our GitHub repository, thanks to our sharp Technical Lead. And Google put some…

https://marinemetadata.org/guides
The Marine Metadata Interoperability (MMI) Guides are intended to

Experienced scientists, technologists, and publishers have distilled the more complex aspects of marine metadata into these documents.



To start, read How to Use the Guides on…

https://marinemetadata.org/node
Today, Google reported that they are cancelling the Google Code project hosting repository. This brings no worries for MMI; we recently migrated from Google Code to our GitHub repository, thanks to our sharp Technical Lead. And Google put some…

https://marinemetadata.org
Today, Google reported that they are cancelling the Google Code project hosting repository. This brings no worries for MMI; we recently migrated from Google Code to our GitHub repository, thanks to our sharp Technical Lead. And Google put some…

https://marinemetadata.org/comment/reply/7012
VRA Core 4.0 is a data standard for the cultural heritage community that was developed by the Visual Resources Association's Data Standards Committee. It consists of a metadata element set (units of information such as title, location, date, etc.),…

https://marinemetadata.org/featuredproject
NetCDF (Network Common Data Form) refers to a data model for array-oriented scientific data; a freely distributed collection of access libraries implementing support for that data model; and a machine-independent, self-describing data format.…

http://www.ariadne.ac.uk
In Issue75 you will find the following feature articles:

As part of the 20th birthday celebrations for Ariadne, past and present editors Marieke Guy, Philip Hunter, John Kirriemuir, Jon Knight and Richard Waller look at how Ariadne came to be as…

https://marinemetadata.org/community/teams/ontdevices
This is the home page for the MMI Device Ontologies Working Group, a community effort to develop an ontology of oceanographic sensors.

This group is no longer active, though the ontology is frequently referenced. This work contributed to the W3C…

https://marinemetadata.org/semanticframework
MMI has long considered a semantic component critical to enabling the highest levels of data interoperability. To that end, MMI has developed a set of guidance documents, worked with the marine science community to establish a set of best practices,…

https://marinemetadata.org/community/opportunities
1. Plate tectonic processes and earthquake dynamics

2. Dynamic processes of fluid fluxes and gas hydrates in the sea bed

3. Regional ocean/climate dynamics and effects on marine biota

4. Deep-sea ecosystem dynamics

5. Engineering and…

https://marinemetadata.org/add
It's easy to contribute to the MMIMarine Metadata Interoperability web site, and we encourage you to do so! This page provides a little guidance on the process and contains links to the different kinds of content you may add. Simply click on the…

https://marinemetadata.org/info/aboutmmi/outreachdocs
Throughout its history, MMI has been very active in the Marine Science and Information Technology Community. MMI Members routinely attend conferences, prepare presentations and posters for meetings, and represent the collective experience of MMI. The…

http://linkeddata.org
Linked Data is about using the Web to connect related data that wasn't previously linked, or using the Web to lower the barriers to linking data currently linked using other methods. More specifically, Wikipedia defines Linked Data as "a term used to…

http://im.lternet.edu/taxonomy/term/62
Several approaches to creating datasets or data packages have emerged in the network and are all valid concepts. In general, this document does not recommend any one pattern. Following are several examples:

(1) Data collected with defined beginning…

https://marinemetadata.org/community/workshops
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http://www.iasa-web.org/conference-planning-guidelines/14-financial-assistance-speakers
The program organizers must approve all speakers but cannot approve IASA funding for a speaker without reference to the EB who will be offering financial support. The IASA EB or, in the case of a co-hosted conference, both EBs must approve and agree…

http://www.iasa-web.org/history
An illustrated history of IASA was distributed on a commemorative CD at the 2009 IASA Annual conference in Athens.

Sponsored by the Hellenic National Audiovisual Archive (HeNAA) to celebrate 40 years of IASA from 1969-2009, the contents of the CD…

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http://www.iasa-web.org/conference-planning-guidelines/8-communication
8.1 E-mail has proven to be an excellent form of communication for planning of conferences. Mailing lists can be established as required for conference organizing groups, speakers and others involved in conference organization.

8.2 In the case of a…

https://www.idigbio.org/tags/ggbn
This 4-day hands-on short course in March investigated current trends in collecting, and focused on best practices and skills development for supporting the collection and sharing of robust, fit-for-research-use data.
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