EGU DATA TERRA Session call abstract until 10 january

SCHEDULE DATA TERRA
EGU 2023
EGU2023

Dear all,

Taking place on 23-28 April 2023, the European General Union (EGU) General Assembly 2023 will bring together geoscientists from all over the world for a hybrid meeting covering all disciplines in the Earth, planetary, and space sciences.

In order to dicuss works related to data and e-infrastructure issues, we propose the following session:

GI2.3 Data and Information Services for Interdisciplinary Research and Applications in Earth Science.

The call for abstracts for this session is now open until 10 January 2023, 13:00 CET.

We invite researchers to submit their work to this session ! Full information on the EGU website


GI2.3 Data and Information Services for Interdisciplinary Research and Applications in Earth Science

Research in Earth and environmental sciences benefits from interdisciplinary approaches (e.g. to understand and model multi-scale processes). The study of complex environmental processes may involve diverse collections of samples and associated field or laboratory measurements, sensors, remote sensing data, across international dimensions. Research benefits from practices that use easily-portable and reproducible tools and techniques. Best practices of sharing our data and software are now well-established and the earth science community needs to move forward with generally accepted methodologies of software and data distribution that can expand easily to include complex system and multi-domain challenges.

This session seeks innovative presentations for interdisciplinary research and applications, including but not limited to, on Earth Science data and service activities. Presentations addressing the specific societal needs, best practices, learned lessons and new challenges in data provenance, information access, visualization, and analysis, are highly encouraged, as well as presentation on the ways to adopt FAIR data principles towards sustainable solutions in Earth Science and the path to open science are. Discussion of challenges for future data services or European infrastructure are also welcome.