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|Ocean technology supporting polar science for the next decade||Wednesday 22 September 08:30 | Oral|
|Local to Global Collaboration: the foundation of the emerging polar data ecosystem||Thursday 23 September 07:10 | Oral|
|Data management for ocean reanalysis efforts||Thursday 23 September 16:10 | Oral|
|The Final Frontier - Mapping the Southern Ocean||Friday 24 September 07:10 | Oral|
Barriers to data sharing / User needsHere we explicitly invite presentations from people who generate and use data to discuss ways that data management systems can better serve you. What makes it difficult to share or to discover data through formal systems? Please share lessons and challenges.
|Using the Nunaliit Atlas Framework for Mapping the Polar Data Ecosystem||Friday 24 September 17:50 | Oral|
|Walking On Thin (Arctic) Ice: Negotiating the Digital Landscape of Protected and Sensitive Arctic Social Science Research Data||Friday 24 September 18:00 | Oral|
Collaborative production of data, information and knowledgeIncreasingly, data and knowledge are being generated through partnerships among researchers, citizens, and other stakeholders, and these partnerships need particular kinds of data management to respect the contributions and needs of all partners.
|Polar biodiversity data: from a national marine platform to a global data portal.||Friday 24 September 07:25 | Oral|
|New data on the glaciers of the Koryak Highlands: assessment of the state using satellite images and field studies||Friday 24 September 07:35 | Oral|
|SO-CHIC: a data infrastructure for the Antarctic community||Friday 24 September 07:45 | Oral|
|Extending Argo float coverage in polar regions||Friday 24 September 07:55 | Oral|
|Data Life-Cycle Management to encompass an automated Data Pipeline at Ocean Networks Canada: Community Fishers Program||Friday 24 September 08:45 | Oral|
|The SCAR Antarctic Biodiversity Portal||Friday 24 September 08:05 | Oral|
|ISOBatA: Italian Pilot project for the exploitation of underway seafloor datasets in the Antarctic region and surrounding areas.||Friday 24 September 08:15 | Oral|
|Looking back, looking ahead: The ELOKA Program at 15 years||Friday 24 September 08:35 | Oral|
Data for modellers and remote sensingModelling and remote sensing data pose particular challenges due to their volume and perceptions of reproducibility. We invite presentations on the data management issues surrounding these data types.
|OC4-SO algorithm: improving satellite retrievals of chlorophyll a in the Antarctic Peninsula||Thursday 23 September 18:25 | Oral|
|PolarWatch: Overcoming common data access challenges to provide oceanographic satellite remote sensing data for the polar regions||Thursday 23 September 17:55 | Oral|
|Closing the gap of navigational risk in unchartered Arctic waters with novel satellite-based data products||Thursday 23 September 18:15 | Oral|
|CANCELLED: Neural networks and transfer learning for glacial lake outburst flood monitoring||Thursday 23 September 18:05 | Oral|
|Data Use Cases: Applying AI and Data Science Tools to Optical Images and AIS Data from the Arctic||Thursday 23 September 18:35 | Oral|
Data policyPolar data are managed under policies agreed within the polar community, as well as national programs and international discipline-specific policies. We invite presentations on all aspects of policy development and implementation.
|Alignment of Polar Data Policies - Recommended Principles||Friday 24 September 17:20 | Oral|
|Customized data workflow for an interdisciplinary research project.||Friday 24 September 17:30 | Oral|
|Arctic Data Systems in the ROADS Process||Friday 24 September 17:40 | Oral|
FAIR data for the polar regionsMaking polar data FAIR is an ongoing challenge for all data management professionals and organisations. We invite abstracts on all aspects of data FAIRness, especially interoperability of data and metadata.
|Data and metadata sharing for polar sciences as the NADC in Japan||Thursday 23 September 07:25 | Oral|
|The EMODnet Physics Arctic Data Portal||Thursday 23 September 08:05 | Oral|
|Improving findability and accessibility of long-tail data through the US Antarctic Program data Center||Thursday 23 September 07:55 | Oral|
|Improving FAIRness of aerogeophysics datasets at the UK Polar Data Centre||Thursday 23 September 08:35 | Oral|
|FAIR and consistent data management in a large multidisciplinary project: The Nansen Legacy||Thursday 23 September 08:45 | Oral|
|Digital Antarctica – A FAIR approach to Australian Antarctic research data||Thursday 23 September 07:35 | Oral|
|Building a science community through data tools||Thursday 23 September 07:45 | Oral|
|Italian polar data archives: current state and future perspectives||Thursday 23 September 08:55 | Oral|
|Metadata for a spectral library on snow and ice and FAIR principles||Thursday 23 September 09:05 | Oral|
|From locally to globally FAIRified (meta)data management: Reflections and outcomes from an Arctic Molecular Observatory||Thursday 23 September 09:15 | Oral|
|The Antarctic Meteorological Research and Data Center: Focus on FAIR Data||Thursday 23 September 09:25 | Oral|
|Towards an Ecosystem of Interoperable Data Infrastructures: contributions from the Canadian Consortium for Arctic Data Interoperability||Thursday 23 September 08:15 | Oral|
Federated Metadata SearchSchema.org, etc
|Federated Arctic data discovery via the open DataONE network using schema.org||Thursday 23 September 16:35 | Oral|
|Spotlighting Arctic Data Collections with the DataONE Portals Infrastructure||Thursday 23 September 16:45 | Oral|
|Progress on federating metadata search for the polar regions||Thursday 23 September 16:25 | Oral|
Knowledge mobilization and decision makingThe data we manage is most valuable when it is converted to knowledge that can support decision-making. We invite presentations that discuss how best to manage data to support these activities.
|Arctic Sustainability and the Satellite Record of Maritime Ship Traffic||Friday 24 September 16:10 | Oral|
|Quantifying, communicating and confirming rates of coastal change in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region||Friday 24 September 17:00 | Oral|
|Leveraging Open Source Technologies to Support Arctic Permafrost Science||Friday 24 September 16:20 | Oral|
|The Permafrost Discovery Gateway Portal: Enhancing online, pan-Arctic visualization and exploration of high resolution permafrost data||Friday 24 September 16:50 | Oral|
|Linking many centers – Progress on defining and engaging around Sustaining Arctic Observing Network’s Roadmap for Arctic Observing and Data Systems (SAON-ROADS)||Friday 24 September 16:30 | Oral|
|A data tool for planning, prevention, and response to international maritime incidents in the Bering Strait||Friday 24 September 16:40 | Oral|
Logistical information management / New ships and real-time data in low connectivity locationsIncreasingly, polar observation systems are investigating ways to store and share information on observing assets and logistical supports, from field sites and projects, to expeditions and vehicles. We invite presentations on efforts to standardise the way this information is managed. Many polar programs are building new research vessels and designing the data collection, storage, and management systems to support them. This session is an opportunity to share lessons and experiences in developing these systems.
|Optimizing Arctic Observing Through Interoperable Information Sharing Across Networks||Friday 24 September 09:15 | Oral|
|Who’s going where and how? What can they do when they get there? Towards an integrated database for polar research logistics and infrastructures||Friday 24 September 09:05 | Oral|
|Continued development of a data management system for the new UK polar research vessel, the RRS Sir David Attenborough||Friday 24 September 08:55 | Oral|
Vocabularies and semantic interoperabilityStandardised and agreed vocabularies are crucial for interoperability at all stages of the data lifecycle, and this session invites presentations on progress and challenges in semantic alignment.
|Linking attributes, linking systems: advancing knowledge translation in the Canadian Consortium for Arctic Data Interoperability||Thursday 23 September 17:05 | Oral|
|SnowTerm: a terminology database on snow and ice||Thursday 23 September 17:15 | Oral|
|Building a custom ontology to enable advanced search capabilities for MOSAiC expedition datasets archived in the Arctic Data Center||Thursday 23 September 16:55 | Oral|
|Advancing Discovery in NASA’s Science Mission Directorate||Thursday 23 September 17:25 | Oral|
|Cryosphere Semantics Harmonization Efforts at ESIP||Thursday 23 September 17:35 | Oral|