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Data to Action: Increasing the Use and Value of Earth Science Data and InformationFor 20 years, ESIP meetings have brought together the most innovative thinkers and leaders around Earth observation data, thus forming a community dedicated to making Earth observations more discoverable, accessible and useful to researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and the public.

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Jeff de La Beaujardiere

Director, Information Systems Division
Boulder CO
I am the Director of the NCAR/CISL Information Systems Division. My focus is on the entire spectrum of geospatial data usability: ensuring that Earth observations and model outputs are open, discoverable, accessible, documented, interoperable, citable, curated for long-term preservation, and reusable not only by the original creator but by the broader scientific community, private industry, decision-makers, educators, students, and international collaborators. As data volumes have become enormous, it has become increasingly important that we leverage HPC and public Cloud to bring analysis and visualization capabilities to the data rather than merely offering download capability and subsetting services. Given the diversity of data types and the need for interdisciplinary work to address the complexity of our planet's changing physical, chemical, biological, and socio-economic conditions, it is critical that we find ways to treat geospatial information as a unified whole rather than as individual datasets each requiring customized effort to find, access, and use.
Tuesday, July 16

8:00am PDT

10:15am PDT

12:45pm PDT

2:45pm PDT

4:30pm PDT

Wednesday, July 17

8:00am PDT

1:30pm PDT

3:30pm PDT

Thursday, July 18

8:00am PDT

10:30am PDT

1:30pm PDT

Friday, July 19

10:00am PDT

1:15pm PDT


My Moderators Sessions

Tuesday, July 16

4:30pm PDT


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