ANNOUNCEMENT: NGGDPP Data Preservation Webinar Series - Fall 2021

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The biennial Data Preservation Workshop has been modified to an abbreviated webinar series this year. The meetings will be facilitated via Microsoft Teams across 3 dates. Each of the dates will follow a theme and have 3 presenters over the course of an hour. We are excited to host and participate in this information and experience exchange! Contact nggdpp@usgs.gov with questions.

AGENDA

National Geological and Geophysical Data Preservation Program (NGGDPP)

2021 Data Preservation Webinar Series

Time: 12:00-1:00 PM Denver time

Place: via Microsoft Teams Registration: https://forms.office.com/g/476re0YQ1D

October 27th, 2021 – Part 1

Theme: NGGDPP collaboration activities and updates

· National Index of Borehole Information (NIBI) – Mojisola KunleDare, Delaware Geological Survey/IPA USGS–NGGDPP

· Directory of Public Geological Materials Repositories – Heather Arends, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and Mikki Johnson, USGS–NGGDPP

· National Digital Catalog (NDC) Re-architecture – Mikki Johnson, USGS–NGGDPP

November 3rd, 2021 – Part 2

Theme: Data Standards and Recommended Practices

· National Geophysical Survey Inventory Ranking: Standards facilitating data integration – Ben Drenth, USGS–Geology, Geophysics, and Geochemistry Science Center

· Recommended Practices and Protocols.io – Madalyn Massey and Patrick Walston, UNAVCO Geo Launchpad

· Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) Overview: Community of practice supporting data standards and recommended practices – Megan Carter, ESIP

November 10th, 2021 – Part 3

Theme: Data Delivery Solutions

· Scholarworks: Opportunity for free/low cost data sharing options – William Harrison, III, Michigan Geological Repository for Research and Education (MGRRE), Michigan Geological Survey, and Western Michigan University

· Web applications and story maps highlighting preservation of field notebooks – Ashley Cabibbo, Washington Geological Survey

· Critical minerals database and web application – Kaleb Scarberry, Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology