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Management of Research Data Policy (Dec '17)

Research Data Management LibGuide

Projects

The aim of the project is to capture and publish data from the CSIRO and Forestry Tasmania sensor webs. The CSIRO currently manages the collection of climatic data from Tasmania with particular emphasis on the South Esk region. The collection consists of: • Nineteen sensor placements installed by the CSIRO, ...
Aims Develop some of the component services and functional capabilities needed to realise a spatial information data commons within Australia, leveraging Open Geospatial Consortium and ISO standards, and to work with the providers and consumers of data to assist them in adopting the common spatial data access and exchange mechanisms ...
The aim of this proposal is two-fold, 1) to improve Virtual Laboratory Operations, supported by NeCTAR, to increase the flexibility of MARVL by enabling the easier inclusion of user-selected datasets and increased model configuration options, and 2) to deliver Trusted Research Outputs, mostly supported by ANDS funding, by collating improved ...
The NeCTAR-funded Marine Virtual Laboratory (MARVL) is developing a research and educational tool with the aim to considerably reduce the time taken to establish an environment for coastal and ocean modelling. MARVL will set up a model and establish the necessary data, for both model ingest and for detailed comparison ...
Final: This project has put in place institutional policy and procedures to ensure datasets and collections are described in an institutional store. The project has built that intuitional store, and has put in place operational support to ensure it is sustained into the future. Metadata that is collected about datasets ...
There has been significant investment to collect seabed habitat data around the nation by each State and Territory in the last decade. The NESP Marine Biodiversity Hub (NMBH) (http://www.nespmarine.edu.au/) is extracting and collating this spatial data for reef habitats on the continental shelf. The ‘reefs spatial data product’ will be ...
Tasmanian Partnership for Advanced Computing (TPAC) hosts and publishes an extensive range of data sets from around 150 separate collections. The collections hosted and/or published by TPAC comprise data from approximately one million NetCDF data sets, and total approximately 50 terabytes (at TPAC) and a further 30 Terrabytes as part ...
"The project will use sophisticated existing data management infrastructure (the Australian Ocean Data Network, or AODN) to install and populate three data portals for IMAS data, Reef Life Survey data, and worldwide data from research on temperate reefs, with an initial contribution from the global Kelp Ecology Ecosystem Network (KEEN). ...
Final: Redmap stands for Range Extension Database and Mapping project. This project invites Australians to share sightings of marine species that are ‘uncommon’ to their local seas. Over time, Redmap will use this ‘citizen science’ data to map which Australian marine species may be extending their distribution range in response ...
SeaMap Australia has brought together spatial data on benthic marine habitats across the continental shelf. Significant work is underway by the Department of Land Water and Planning and partners in the State of Victoria to integrate data from a variety of sources into a single, usable dataset to contribute to ...