NOAA EDMW 2022 has ended

Envisioning the Future of the NOAA Data Enterprise

September 12-16, 2022


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The Workshop featured a diverse group of sessions and presentations that cover NOAA’s strategic goals. In addition, ‘Workshop Wednesday’ provided multiple opportunities to learn about techniques, tools, and experiences that help us achieve our data and strategic goals.

We would like to especially thank everyone who submitted sessions and abstracts! This workshop wouldn’t be possible without the great submissions from our colleagues!


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Tuesday, September 13 • 1:45pm - 3:15pm
2E: Charting an Ocean (of Data Management Planning): Best Practices, Success Stories, and Lessons Learned

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Data management planning is an integral initial step in the scientific process that has historically received secondary attention, leading to unprepared data providers, uninformed archives, and ultimately neglected data archival. The tide is turning across NOAA towards recognizing data planning to achieve enhanced, long-term data stewardship. This session is aimed for data practitioners across the spectrum of NOAA’s data holdings to highlight their success stories and lessons learned during the data planning process. This session also aims to demonstrate data planning best practices which facilitate meaningful metadata generation and archiving for future use. Case studies from both the NOAA Program Offices and project levels are encouraged.

Presentations (abstracts by session here):
1. The data planning journey that (hopefully) arrives at Data Packages and Metadata generation
- Ben Shorr, Robb Wright
2. Tools for Automation of Data Delivery, Integrity Checking And Visualization
- Roland Schweitzer, Joshua Osborne, Eugene Burger
3. Arctic Research Program (ARP) Data Landscape Assessment
- Cynthia Garcia-Eidell, Kelley Uhlig, David Allen, Sara Morris
4. Does NOAA Coral Cover Data Meet the “I” for Interoperability in FAIR guiding principles?
- Sarah O'Connor, Erica Towle
5. Migrating the Surface Underway Marine Database to AWS Cloud: Challenges and Lessons Learned
- Matt Grossi, Zhankun Wang, Yee Lau, Adedoja Adeyeye, Jennifer Bowers
6. End to End - Success Stories of Making Grant Funded Data More Accessible
- Adrienne Copeland, Anna Lienesch and Mashkoor Malik
7. The N2N ship-to-shore pathway for public access of NOAA OMAO datasets: Planning and Challenges
- Andrew J. Frambach, Joseph Gum, Toby Martin, Solomon Tadele

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Caitlin Ruby

Environmental Video & Geospatial Data Manager, University of Colorado - Boulder / NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information
Ocean Exploration DataUnderwater VideoGIS / ArcGIS OnlineData Management

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Ben Shorr

Physical Scientist, NOAA Office of Response and Restoration
Data visualization; data warehouse; query applications; contaminant data; ERDDAP; Don't duck metadata!

Roland Schweitzer

Programmer, OAR/PMEL/SDIG

Tuesday September 13, 2022 1:45pm - 3:15pm EDT