Rolling Deck to Repository: Supporting the marine science community with data management services from academic research expeditions.
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Carbotte, Suzanne M.
Clark, P. Dru
Smith, Shawn R.
Olson, Chris J.
Chandler, Cynthia L.
Miller, Stephen P.
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Direct observations of the oceans acquired on oceanographic research ships operated across the international community support fundamental research into the many disciplines of ocean science and provide essential information for monitoring the health of the oceans. A comprehensive knowledge base is needed to support the responsible stewardship of the oceans with easy access to all data acquired globally. In the United States, the multidisciplinary shipboard sensor data routinely acquired each year on the fleet of coastal, regional and global ranging vessels supporting academic marine research are managed by the Rolling Deck to Repository (R2R, rvdata.us) program. With over a decade of operations, the R2R program has developed a robust routinized system to transform diverse data contributions from different marine data providers into a standardized and comprehensive collection of globalranging observations of marine atmosphere, ocean, seafloor and subseafloor properties tha.....
JournalFrontiers in Marine Science
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.a
CitationCarbotte, S.M., O’Hara, S., Stocks, K., Clark, D.P,. Stolp, L., Smith, S.R., Briggs, K., Hudak, R., Miller, E., Olson, C.J., Shane, N., Uribe, R., Arko, R., Chandler, C.L., Ferrini, V., Miller, S.P., Doyle, A. and Holik, J. (2022) Rolling Deck to Repository: Supporting the marine science community with data management services from academic research expeditions. Frontiers in Marine Science, 9:1012756, 16pp. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2022.1012756
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