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2018 NOAA Environmental Data Management Workshop (EDMW)
Apr 23-24, 2018 - DoubleTree Hotel, 8727 Colesville Rd, Silver Spring MD 20910

The EDMW 2018 theme is "Improving Discovery, Access, Usability, and Archiving of NOAA Data for Societal Benefit." The workshop builds on past work by providing training, highlighting progress, identifying issues, fostering discussions, and determining where new technologies can be applied for management of environmental data and information at NOAA. All NOAA employees and contractors are welcome, including data producers, data managers, metadata developers, archivists, researchers, grant issuers, policy developers, program managers, and others. Attendance is limited to 200 persons because of venue constraints; non-NOAA collaborators will be able to attend on a space-available basis.

Registration is closed because capacity has been reached. Remote listening will be available; see links on each session description page.
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Monday, April 23 • 15:30 - 17:00
4A - Lessons Learned/Mistakes Made

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Session Chair: Patrick Murphy
4A.01: Nathan Wilson (NMFS EDM): How Not to Archive in Six Simple Steps (15 min)
4A.02: Patrick Murphy (OMAO Marine and Aviation Cyber Center): Building a Data Management Culture (15 min)
4A.03: Kirsten Larsen (NESDIS NCEI): Methodologies for successful data submission: NMFS SEFSC example (15 min)
4A.04: Aaron Sweeney (NESDIS CIRES/NOAA Affiliate (NCEI), NOAA Tsunami Program): Visualization for Data Ingest Monitoring (15 min)
4A.05: Tom Ryan (NESDIS National Centers for Environmental Information): Level of Effort Review for Publishing Send2NCEI Submissions (15 min)

Notes: NOAA Google Doc
Abstracts and Presentations: See links below list of speakers
Video: See below. All talks recorded in this session.

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Kirsten Larsen

Coastal Data Science Advisir, NCEI

Thomas Ryan

Oceanographer, NESDIS

Aaron Sweeney

Water Level Data Manager, CIRES and NESDIS/NCEI
Dr. Sweeney is the water level (coastal tide gauge and deep-ocean bottom pressure recorder) data manager at the NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information, in support of the NOAA Tsunami Program, since 2014. He has spent the past decade in oceanographic data management, developing... Read More →

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Monday April 23, 2018 15:30 - 17:00