The lack of clear references to and descriptions of data sets in published literature limits the usefulness of data, as well as the reproducibility and credibility of scientific findings.
Scientists have devised a way of preserving privacy for smart water metering users while also providing water suppliers with information they can use to improve the efficiency of water services.
Magnetic and electric field measurements at Earth’s surface provide information on Earth’s interior and on space weather. An open-source central repository of these data has received a major update.
A look back at the life of Greg Leptoukh, pioneer of informatics, and a look ahead to the field’s future through the annual lecture at AGU’s Fall Meeting 2018 dedicated to Leptoukh.
A recent paper in JGR: Biogeosciences demonstrates that sharing data has positive benefits not just for the scientific community but also for the one doing the sharing.
A new information-processing framework helps researchers tease out the factors driving ecological shifts over short timescales.
The Water Column Sonar Data Archive aggregates and curates sonar data sets from many sources, giving researchers access to much more information than they could collect on their own.
Allowing data to be reused and research results to be replicated fosters innovation, high-quality research, and public trust in science.
Globalizing Societal Application of Scientific Research and Observations from Remote Sensing: The Path Forward; Tacoma, Washington, 23–25 June 2015
Climate Inspector: A new Web-based approach to exploring global climate change across space and time.