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Thursday, July 22 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Physical Samples Cluster Working Session

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This session is a working session of the Physical Samples Curation Cluster. During this session, we will report on related activities in other ESIP Clusters, updates from the relevant external Sample Communities (iSamples, SESAR, ESS DIVE, RDA, IMLGS, etc.) and continue efforts from the Cluster monthly meetings.

To continue efforts from the monthly meetings, we will have focused discussions on three topics. First, identified at the 2021 ESIP Winter Meeting, the development of recommendations for samples for journals and publishers. Second, we will review the landscape of ongoing efforts related to sample metadata (including top level categorizations, controlled vocabularies, and registration workflows). Finally, we will provide space for discussing leading practices and community questions (e.g. recommendations for identifiers and barcodes to streamline sample analysis and publications workflows).

The Physical Samples Curation Cluster is a forum for the community supporting physical samples in the earth, space, and environmental sciences which includes but is not limited to geological and biological samples. The cluster’s goal is to enhance discoverability, access, and use of sample collections.

Meeting notes - https://bit.ly/36VARj7
Session slides - https://bit.ly/3zbz4Cx


Agenda
  • Introduction (5 minutes)
  • Presentations on related activities (30 minutes)
    • iSamples and Sampling Nature 
    • RDA  Physical Samples and Collections in the Research Data Ecosystem IG
    • Research Artifact Citation Cluster update
    • COPDESS Cluster update
    • Other
  • Breakout activity (45 minutes)
    • Recap/introduction to breakout activity (5 minutes)
    • Breakout group discussions (30 minutes)
    • Group reports (10 minutes)
  • Closing/Wrap Up (10 minutes)

Organizers & Speakers
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Sarah Ramdeen

Data Curator, Columbia University
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Joan Damerow

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
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Val Stanley

Antarctic Core Curator, Oregon State University


Thursday July 22, 2021 11:00am - 12:30pm EDT
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