Data Discoverability and Accessibility Report from July 2019 Workshop on Marine Imagery.
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There are increasing incentives for marine researchers to share their data, but the will of the marine community to share data has often not yet caught up with our capabilities. Marine imagery and associated annotation, for example, can be collected and analysed with various gear and digital platforms, and there is a large body of legacy imagery and an increasing rate of image collection due to technological advances. As the volume of marine imagery grows, so has the need to establish a national workflow for making it discoverable and accessible. To meet this need, a series of workshops on data discoverability and accessibility were coordinated by the NESP Marine Hub in 2018 and 2019. This report focuses on the Marine Imagery Discoverability & Accessibility Workshop II held on 25 July 2019 at CSIRO, Hobart. The overarching aim of the 2019 marine imagery workshop was to 1) assess the progress made in the past year regarding the discoverability and accessibility of marine imagery and 2) .....
Other TitleProject D2: Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for survey design, condition assessment and trend detection
PublisherGeoscience Australia, Marine Biodiversity Hub
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.a
CitationPrzeslawski, R., Barrett, N., Bax, N., Carroll, A., Foster, S., et al (2019) Data Discoverability and Accessibility: Report from July 2019 Workshop on Marine Imagery. Geoscience Australia, Marine Biodiversity Hub, 36pp. DOI: https://doi.org/10.25607/OBP-1970
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