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LTER DataBits Fall 1990

LTER Databits – Information Management Newsletter of the LTER Network – Fall 1990 Archival storage at LTER sites, using PC-NFS and a review of two optical disks. Reports on the LTER Data Managers Meeting(s) and the ESA Long-Term Ecological Research Section, news from the sites and two new columns: GIS corner and I learned it the hard way.

Network News Issue 8 Fall 1990

LTER-USGS Program Proposed… Data Management in LTER… The LTER All Scientists Meeting… The HJ Andrews Experimental Forest LTER… North Temperate Lakes LTER Site… The Sevilleta LTER Site… USFS Forest Health Monitoring Program… The Land Margin Ecosystem Research Program…

DataBits Newsletter, Fall 1990

Another full issue of Databits! We have a feature articles on archival storage at LTER sites, using PC-NFS and a review of two optical disks. Additionally we have reports on the LTER Data Managers Meeting(s) and the ESA LongTerm Ecological Research Section, news from the sites and two new “columns:” “GIS corner” and “I learned… Read more »

Scientific Database Management (Panel Reports and Supporting Material)

An interdisciplinary workshop on scientific database management, sponsored by the National Science Foundation, was held at the University of Virginia in March 1990. The workshop final report, a digest of the workshop proceedings summarizing the panel discussions and highlighting the workshop recommendations, is available at http://intranet.lternet.edu/archives/documents/data-informationmanagement/UVA_CS_90/cs_90-21.pdf.

Scientific Database Management (Final Report)

On March 12-13, 1990, the National Science Foundation sponsored a two day workshop hosted by the University of Virginia, at which representatives from the earth, life, and space sciences gathered together with computer scientists to discuss the problems facing the scientific community in the area of database management. This report summarizes the discussion which took place at that meeting.

10. Proceedings of the 1990 LTER Data Management Workshop

Held in Snowbird, Utah July 26-28, 1990. The LTER Program is unique in that it represents a network. An explicit goal of the LTER program is to study ecological processes that require measurement over long periods of time (years to decades to centuries). The LTER Data Managers recognized these two aspects of the LTER program and devoted their 1990 LTER Data Managers Workshop to the discussion and resolution of several associated problems and challenges in meeting these objectives.