A full slate for the Summer 2019 Databits! Site Bytes makes a triumphant return after a long absence. There is also plenty of information on new initiatives, including upgrades to PASTA, Best Practices for using Zotero to manage bibliographic data, development of a core metabase for metadata management, a chance to catch up on a former colleague, some reports and article reviews and finally, an extended primer on semantic annotation. Enjoy! – John Porter & Sven Bohm, editors
Earth Lab will be hosting the NEON Science Summit in Boulder, Colorado on October 15-17, 2019. If you or anyone on your team are interested in how NEON might intersect with your current work, you are encouraged to apply to come! Continue reading “NEON Science Summit (on behalf of Earth Lab, University of Colorado Boulder)”
“Databits” is a newsletter for environmental information management and
we’d like to get contributions from the wider environmental information
management community. The Spring 2019 issue is in preparation and we’d
love your input! Articles should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org
by the Ides of March (15 March 2019). We would welcome contributions in all areas of environmental information management including feature articles, Tech Tips, reviews of books or articles and commentaries. Databits is a newsletter, so articles don’t need to be long and complicated. Just interesting and informative! If you’d like to look at past issues of Databits, they can be found at: https://lternet.edu/?taxonomy=document-types&term=databits).
John Porter & Sven Bohm, Databits Editors